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Ready Player One Vr Experience Explores Aech's Garage Which is Full of Geek Culture Goodness

Ready Player One author Ernie Cline recently tweeted out some information on a cool Vr experience that has been released for Steven Spielberg's upcoming Ready Player One film. The Vr experience allows users to explore Aech's garage and it packed full of a lot of cool Easter eggs that fans can look for.

You can now explore a recreation of one of the digital sets used in @readyplayerone by creating a free @SansarOfficial account. (A Vr headset is not required.) Here's a great video overview of the experience: https://t.co/H4pTuQlV9t

— Ernie Cline (@erniecline) January 9, 2018

In the video below posted by Virtual Reality Oasis, we see a guy walk through Aech's garage pointing out a few things that he sees, but as you'll see there's so much that he's missing!

Some of the things that you'll see in the video include Pee Wee's Bike from Pee Wee's Big Adventure,
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Len Wein: 1948-2017

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Len Wein, the Eisner Hall Of Fame comics writer best known for creating the New X-Men, Wolverine, Colossus, Storm, Nightcrawler, Mockingbird, Swamp Thing, Human Target, Lucius Fox, and editor know for editing New Teen Titans, Batman, Flash, Who’s Who in the DC Universe, and Watchmen, died Saturday. He was 69.

Over his nearly fifty years in comics, he wrote thousands of comics stories and edited hundreds more for DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Idw, and Disney Comics, where he served as Editor-In-Chief. He also wrote numerous animated episodes for Action Man, Avengers: United We Stand, ReBoot, ExoSquad, and Batman: The Animated Series, among many others.

I last saw Len at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International, where we both represented the pros for the fan-pro Trivia Challenge.

He is survived by his wife, Christine Valada. My heart goes out to her, all his friends (he had hundreds), all his
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Exclusive: Robby Benson Talks Beauty and the Beast 3D

Exclusive: Robby Benson Talks Beauty and the Beast 3D
Robbie Benson Talks Beauty and the Beast 3D, in theaters now

Walt Disney's 1991 animated classic Beauty and the Beast is back in theaters for a limited 3D release to celebrate its 20th Anniversary. Already a box office hit its first week back on screens, we now celebrate this timeless tale's second weekend out with a chat from its leading Beast, Robby Benson.

We are longtime fans of Robby, so it was a great honor to speak with the man behind the voice of Beauty and the Beast's title character, an arrogant Prince turned into a frightful monster, who must earn the love and respect of another before breaking the spell.

A voice actor since childhood, and star of such live-action classics as Ice Castles and Ode to Billy Joe, we chatted with Robby Benson about the legacy of Beauty and the Beast, his work looping Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
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Interview: Will Meugniot on Exo Squad, X-Men

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Ask me to name my favorite cartoon shows growing up. Suffice to say, nearly every one I have feelings for was in some way, shape, or form was touched by the amazing Will Meugniot. That’s pronounced Min-ee-Oh, just in case you missed the boat yesterday. What’s that? You missed our last installment? Shame on you! For the rest who didn’t though, we pick up where I left off, as I casually shifted our conversation towards Will’s amazing career in animation! Roll the tape…

Comicmix:: I’d be remiss if I didn’t start pelting you with questions on all the series you worked on that literally defined my childhood into early teens… Let’s start with my personal favorite…Exo Squad! Tell the fine ComicMixers out there what you did on the show.

Will Meugniot: Well, I’d been working on the first season of X-Men,
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Interview: Will Meugniot on “N.E.D.O.R. Agents”

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With a resume that could best be described as the very definition of awesometasticness, Will Meugniot is a working legend. Given the opportunity to sit down with him–if only through these odd and twisted halls of the interwebs and Skype–I was tempted to simply pelt him with geeky question after geeky question. Allow me a quick explantion: Reading through his resume, Will Meugniot has worked on an amazing array of projects anyone in Generation X or before would swoon over. As a storyboard artist, writer, producer, and director for (amongst other things) Captain Planet, EXOsquad (aka Exo-Force as you’ll see in our next installment), Jem, Slimer and the Real Ghostbusters, and comics like Tigra, The DNAgents, and Vanity… suffice to say I had a hard time not grilling the poor man for several days.

As we mentioned previously, Will is writing and drawing a brand new comic with an old school feel.
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Will Meugniot Giving Away Original Art To Promote ‘N.E.D.O.R. Agents’

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To celebrate the November 9th release of Will Meugniot’s new N.E.D.O.R. Agents series first full length 26 page adventure in AC Comics’ FemForce #157, the artist has teamed with PREVIEWSworld on Facebook for an original art giveaway. Three pieces of Meugniot’s art are up for grabs, one for cosplayers, one for retailers, and one for fans. The full contest rules and directions can be found on PREVIEWSworld’s Facebook page. Meugniot is best known as co-creator of the DNAgents, creator of Vanity, and animation producer director of X-Men Tas, Jem, Captain Planet, The Real Ghostbusters, and EXOsquad.

“I’m very excited about PREVIEWSworld hosting this contest for my comic”, says Meugniot. “It’s been over 20 years since my last long form stories in DNAgents and Vanity, and it’s thrilling to see the interest N.E.D.O.R. Agents is garnering. Vince Brusio at Previews World,
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