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All things come to pass. So too, do all licensed deals. I am sad to report that Disney, the new owner of Lucasfilm, has notified us here at Dark Horse of their intention to move the Star Wars publishing license to another of ...their recent acquisitions, Marvel Comics, beginning in 2015. This will end a partnership that has lasted more than two decades. Being a Geek
George Takei Sports, like film and TV, is not an easy place to be out. There is pressure enough without the added scrutiny. I commend Thomas Hitzlsperger for helping to set an example for young people in sports around the world. To those who lament th...at this is not or should not be "news," tell that to LGBT youth who every day struggle against anti-gay bullying and even suicide for lack of hope in their lives. It does matter. And yes, for those who are thnking it, he is indeed quite easy on the eyes.
I fucking love science New View of Apollo 8's Iconic Christmas Eve Earthrise Shot On December 24, 1968, Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman, James Lovell, and William Anders were coming around from the far side of the Moon on their fourth orbit. Borman began to rol...l the spacecraft, and as he did, the Earth rose into view over the Moon’s limb. Anders, photographing the Moon from the right side window, caught sight of the view, and exclaimed: “Oh my God, look at that picture over there! There’s the Earth comin’ up.
Darths & Droids Careful parties should always set up rendezvous points in case something goes disastrously wrong and they get separated. (What are the chances of that?) If you're about the enter the Dungeon of Doom, arrange for people to meet back outside at the wilderness camp a half mile away if anyone gets separated. Then when it inevitably happens, you have at least some chance of regrouping even if it becomes impossible to track down where the separated party members have been imprisoned or teleported to.
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Part 2: Rebooting the Legion of Doom Part 3: Rebooting Batman So, following the immense popularity of my 5 Essential Character Redesigns post, I decided to take a more thorough stab at revamping DC Comic’s Justice League. I’ve already mentioned before that I think their current “New 52” reboot, aimed at gaining new readers, is terribly ineffective, so I will attempt to present DC’s top characters in a way that achieves the basic goals that a reboot should: Make the characters appealing to new readers, not just old onesCreate new story opportunities while staying true to the core themesUpdate, correct and redesign where necessary With these goals in mind, here’s my take. Rebooting the Justice League!