9 items from 2012
• It Had To Happen – The Dark Avengers V. The Thunderbolts! • But who can the Thunderbolts call on to knock down the Dark Avengers? The Original Juggernaut, Cain Marko! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. Dark Avengers #182 Written by Jeff Parker Pencils by Neil Edwards Cover by John Tyler Christopher • The final explosive arc for long-time Avengers writer Brian Michael Bendis. • Now that the New Avengers have sacrificed all they had to fight the Phoenix, many are asking hard questions: Is it time for New Avengers to call it quits? • Meanwhile, one of the New Avengers deadliest foes hatches his elaborate plot for revenge! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. New Avengers #31 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Pencils by Michael Gaydos Cover by Mike Deodato »
New York (AP) -- An actor who for two decades played a scheming patriarch on the daytime drama "General Hospital" has died in Los Angeles. ABC says John Ingle was 84.Ingle took over the role as the ruthless Edward Quartermaine in 1993 and made his final appearance in an episode airing last week. He died Sunday.In a career spanning more than 30 years he had acting credits in TV shows including "Days of Our Lives," "Big Love" and "The Drew Carey Show" and in films such as "Batman and Robin" and "Heathers."The native of Tulsa, Okla., was a graduate of Occidental College. He taught at Hollywood High School, UCLA and Beverly Hills High School.His wife of 57 years, Grace-Lynne Martin, died in February. He is survived by their five daughters.His "General Hospital" costars took to Twitter to pay their respects.Maurice Benard @MauriceBenardMBJohn Ingle was a class act, »
- tooFab Staff
As part of a contest for his upcoming autobiography Total Recall, Arnold Schwarzenegger has been offering custom voicemail messages to fans who enter the giveaway on his site. So far over 26,000 people have entered, and each week one random person's name will be drawn by the Terminator himself, who will then reward them with a personalized audio file. The contest ends when the book hits shelves on October 1. To get an idea of what this looks (and sounds) like, Arnold posted a video of himself on YouTube recording an audio file for the latest winner, one Tyler Baker, whose favorite movie is apparently Predator, according to the video description. Sure, it may be a bit corny to some, but as our buddy Matt Singer noted via Twitter, "Hey, give the man credit for...
- Erik Davis
If you weren’t following our Twitter feed or our Facebook page in real time on Saturday night (and good heavens, why weren’t you?) the 2012 Harvey Awards were given out at the Baltimore Comic-Con. Daredevil was the big winner of the night with four wins for Best Series, Best New Series, Best Inker and Best Writer. Hark! A Vagrant‘s Kate Beaton won three with Best Online Comics Work, the Special Award for Humor, and Best Cartoonist. Jim Henson’s Tale Of Sand by Ramon Perez won two for Best Original Graphic Album and Best Story, tying Walt Simonson’s The Mighty Thor: Artist’s Edition with wins for Best Domestic Reprint Project and the Special Award for Excellence in Presentation, and J.H. Williams on Batwoman snagging Best Artist and Best Cover Artist.
- Glenn Hauman
• "Final Exam" part 3: Will the kids give up their powers? • Alchemist offers the students a chance to be normal again! But what is the catch? • Plus: The ultimate challenge to the Mettle/Hazmat romance! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. Avengers Academy #36 Written by Christos Gage Pencils by Andrea Di Vito Cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli • The Dark Avengers’ operation sets off what will become known as The Cataclysm • Songbird finds out a deadly secret conspiracy to destroy The Dark Avengers, Luke Cage and the Thunderbolts – Forever! • Neil Edwards (Spider-man: Season One) joins Jeff Parker for the defining chapter in the Dark Avengers legacy!! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. Dark Avengers #180 Written by Jeff Parker Pencils by Neil Edwards Cover by John Tyler Christopher • Lets’S Get Small! The long-awaited arrival of Ant-man hits The Defenders! • With the »
Eva & Mark are finally going public with their relationship! Get all the details. It sounds like Eva Longoria is Desperate no more! The TV star has reportedly been spending lots of time with New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, and according to the New York Post, the couple even ate food off each other's plates during an Aug. 31 dinner at Donald Trump's National Golf Club. Eva, 37, and Mark, 25, have also recently been spotted grocery shopping together, jetting off to the Caribbean, and dining out at West Village restaurant Griffou in New York. Sounds like the real deal to us! Of course, it wasn't too long ago that Eva could be found on the arm of singer Eduardo Cruz, younger brother of A-list actress Penelope Cruz. Eva and Eduardo reportedly split — for real this time — at the of June. Eva was previously married to soap star Tyler Christopher (from 2002 and »
- Hollywood Life Staff
• Luke Cage learns the secret behind the deadly mission that faces the Dark Avengers! • The TimeStream-TravelingThunderbolts battle Dr. Doom in the past for the fate of the future! • Skaar discovers the secret agenda of the Dark Avengers! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. Dark Avengers #178 Written by Jeff Parker Pencils by Kev Walker, Declan Shalvey Cover by John Tyler Christopher • Toxin vs. Venom! Flash Thompson’s Last Stand! The Crime-Master Triumphant! – It’s the Savage Six Finale the comics world will be talking about! • Crime Master’S Identity Is Revealed – and Flash Thompson and Betty Brant’s lives will never be the same! Click on the preview pages below to view the full-size versions. Venom #21 Written by Cullen Bunn, Rick Remender Pencils by Lan Medina Cover by Tony Moore • Bucky vs. Black Widow • Old enemies resurfacing with new codenames. • And nothing will ever be the same. »
Tonight’s first-season finale of The Lying Game has a lot to live up to. Last week ended with a sudden proposal announcement and revelations of cheating that broke good twin Emma Becker’s heart. (Did I mention Emma’s beau cheated on her with her identitical twin?) With one relationship seemingly in tatters and another flourishing under questionable circumstances, EW got the full scoops from a series insider.
- Lanford Beard
The New Year brings a slew of fresh starts and Witchblade bearer, Sara Pezzini, is no exception. Pezzini will start 2012 in Chicago with a new job and brand new life, thanks to the fresh ongoing creative team of Tim Seeley (Hack/Slash) and Diego Bernard (The Man With No Name).
Sara Pezzini has always been a born and bred New York City detective, in addition to wielding the ancient Artifacts, the Witchblade. That all changes with Witchblade #151, the first issue by Seeley and Bernard, which finds Pezzini living outside of the Big Apple for the first time in the series history and working as a private detective. The mystery of how and why Sara is in Chicago, as well as what else has changed about her situation, will drive the story and reader interest for the coming year. This issue kicks off the 5-part story arc, entitled “Unbalanced Pieces, »
- Brandon Johnston
9 items from 2012
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