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Even though we're still well over a month away from "Walking Dead" returning to AMC, there are still numerous avenues from which to get your zombie fix, including Telltale Games' phenomenal video game based on the Robert Kirkman comic book series.
In fact, the third episode of "Walking Dead" — titled "Long Road Ahead" — is hitting PlayStation Network today (August 28) and Xbox Live Arcade, PC and Mac on Wednesday (August 29), according to the team at IGN. The grim journey of Lee Everett and (hopefully) his young companion Clementine will last for at least five episodes, with this week's third installment marking the midway point.
If you're a "Dead" fan and a gamer, Telltale's multi-part adaptation is a must-play. In his review of the second episode, "Starved for Help," our Panels & Pixels columnist Matt Clark struggled to find a single fault in the game.
"Sure, it's not the most technically advanced videogame »
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The Back Issue Bin is, err, back! We'll be here every Friday running down the ten greatest bits of comic book movie and television news to hit the space over the past week.
This week was a Marvel-heavy affair, with "Avengers" and "Spider-Man" scoring the big wins. People are psyched about the announcement of a "Captain America" sequel as well, now set in the modern day. In DC Comics news, rumors abound about new "Arkham City" Dlc content. And in flesh-eating territory, there's a new "Walking Dead" petition worth sinking your teeth into.
Get all that and more as we count down the top ten stories on Splash Page this week.
10. We launched a new column, No Capes Allowed, about non-superhero comics that deserve the big (or small) screen treatment. Kicking off is this piece on Brian K. Vaughan's "Saga," which Kevin P. Sullivan argues should be on TV producers' radar. »
- Josh Wigler
Chicago – In our latest pilgrimage edition of HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: DVD, we have 5 DVDs up for grabs for the home entertainment release of “The Way” from writer and director Emilio Estevez starring his father Martin Sheen!
“The Way” also stars Yorick van Wageningen, Deborah Kara Unger, Tchéky Karyo, James Nesbitt, Spencer Garrett, Ángela Molina, Matt Clark, Carlos Leal, Simón Andreu, David Alexanian, Antonio Gil, Nacho Estévez and Eusebio Lázaro from writer and director Emilio Estevez based on the novel by Jack Hitt. Here’s information about this DVD release:
Audio commentary by director Emilio Estevez, Martin Sheen and producer David Alexanian. Never-before-seen clips on location filming in Spain. Behind-the-scenes footage from “The Way” bus tour across America in the fall of 2011.
The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Feb. 21, 2012. To win your free “The Way” DVD courtesy of HollywoodChicago.com, just answer our question in this Web-based submission form. »
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When J. Edgar was released last Fall, We Are Movie Geeks published our Top Ten Tuesday article on Clint Eastwood’s best films as director. With word that Eastwood has come out of acting retirement, it’s time for another Top Ten list, this time of movies that Clint has starred in. Trouble With The Curve is currently filming and stars Clint as an ailing baseball scout in his twilight years who takes his daughter (played by Amy Adams) on the road for one last recruiting trip. This will be Clint’s first acting role since Gran Torino in 2008.
Super-8 Clint Eastwood Movie Madness will be a great way to celebrate the life and films of this legendary American actor. It takes place February 7th at the Way Out Club in St. Louis (2525 Jefferson in South City). Condensed versions of these memorable Clint Eastwood films will be shown on a »
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