Outlander Season 3 Gets a Premiere Date

Finally, we know when Droughtlander will come to an end! Season three of the hit Starz drama Outlander will premiere on Sunday, September 10th. The show aired its season finale for season 2 in July 2016. Season three will pick up where that final episode left off, bringing the third book in the Outlander series, Voyager, to viewers worldwide.

Starz’s announcement of a premiere date also came with a poster for the new season as well as a couple of other wee treats.

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Geek News: “The Dark Tower” Movie Trailer Finally Released!

Geek News: “The Dark Tower” Movie Trailer Finally Released!

by: Ana

This summer may just be the summer of Stephen King.  First, the movie trailer for the re-make of his acclaimed book “IT” was released (the movie is scheduled to hit theaters September 8th) and now the internet is buzzing with the just recently revealed trailer for Stephen King’s “The Dark Tower” (the movie will be out on August 4th). Continue reading

Geek News: BACKLASH PROMPTS ARTIST TO REMOVE IMAGES OF PRACTICAL SUPER HERO COSTUMES

By Jen P

A few months back, the internet was introduced to Lord Ingvard’s versions of female super hero costumes along with this explanation:

“I love comics and superheroes as much as the next nerd, but the women’s costumes—sweet mother of Moses!—the COSTUMES. At the very least, highly impractical. And at worst, incredibly sexist. I mean, EXTREMELY so.

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Geek News: NINJA TURTLES ARE HEADED TO GOTHAM!

 By Jen P

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That’s right. You heard me. Leo and the gang are headed to Gotham to team up with the bat. DC Comics and IDW Publishing are producing a TMNT/Batman crossover comic, scheduled to hit shelves in November. Written by James Tynion (Batman Eternal, Constantine) and drawn by Freddie Williams II (Robin, Captain Atom), the mashup has already garnered lots of attention since its announcement at San Diego Comic Con last week, with a story placing the turtles in a battle against Shredder (no surprise there), General Krang, and most likely a whole slew of Batman villains to go up against along the way. Apparently, Krang has sent the turtles and Shredder across dimensions in an effort to finally rid himself of them all. The comic will be released as a 6-part miniseries with a new edition each week once it debuts. Continue reading