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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – July 10, 2017

Don’t miss out on a chance to win the Blu-ray of Alien! Details here!

Pop Horror reports Twisty the clown is back for American Horror Story.

Crave reviews Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.

Flickering Myth reports Arcade RPG Iron Crypticle arriving on Xbox One, PS4 and PC this week.

Bloody Disgusting – Neill Blomkamp reflects on the Alien ending that almost was.

SFF World has a guest post by Wendy Wagner writing on Dune.

Horror News has a trailer for Theater of Horror.


Destructoid reports Men At Arms will forge Roadhog’s (from Overwatch) hook.

More headline summaries at the link below!

Polygon says the Pokemon McFlurries sound terrible.

EW notes Tyrion bracing himself for awkward family reunion in Game of Thrones. notes one supporting character from Venom may have been revealed.

CinemaBlend reveals what is known so far about Ant Man And The Wasp.

CBR says Wonder Woman sequel could head to the eighties.

EA has a wonderful story of two Battlefield 1 superfans who got engaged at EA Play.

Batman News reporting Wonder Woman just beat Suicide Squad’s worldwide box office total.

Crunchyroll features Ganma and Universal teaming up for a Mummy web manga.

Steam features weeklong deals.

Board Game Geek reviews A 4 Quest game.

Newsarama reports Jean Grey gets inside Emma Frost for Marvel Legacy.


NASA reports Juno is flying over Jupiter’s great red spot today.

The Independent remembers HP Lovecraft.

Daily Mail features a cyborg dragonfly created by GM.

Dread Central reports X-Men New Mutants has begun shooting.


SyFy discussed the farthest star in their bad astronomy section. has the best Disney villains funko pops.

UK Horror Scene reviews vampire thriller movie The Transfiguration.

NME reports a future Fast and Furious film could be set in outer space.

Upcoming Horror Movies features Romero talking about Road of the Dead.

Shanghai Daily has action/sf movie announcements at film festival.


TV Insider reviews new X-Files audiobook.

Horror Society reviews the Dead by Daylight DLC video game.

Eurogamer reviews Final Fantasy 12, the Zodiac Age.

The Slaughtered Bird reviews The Summoner horror film.

The Hindu reviews Orphan Black SF series.

JoBlo reviews Full Metal Jacket on its 30th anniversary.

Ars Technica reports Oculus cuts Rift price again.


Broke Horror Fan has the Comet TV movie list for July – and it’s free.

Daily Dead reviews Dead of Night (1977)

Superhero Hype has the ComicCon schedule for Sunday, July 23.

Omni has the top ten sf anime recommendations.

TechnoBuffalo reports shark horror film Deep Blue Sea is getting a sequel.

Bell of Lost Souls features new D&D adventure The Plane of Amonkhet.

VG247 notes to watch for a No Man’s Sky ARG update in August.


Movie News Guide reports another Marvel villain could appear in Thor: Ragnarok.

Tracking Board review Fear The Walking Dead episodes The Unveiling and Children of Wrath.

Horror Geek Life note Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy crossover into new Riverdale comic.

Tor has original fiction by Melinda Snodgrass – ‘When The Devil Drives’.

Geek Tyrant has Gemini Man movie details with Will Smith.

Epicstream features Ron Howard teasing the Han Solo editing room.

Fox Science introduces you to Tabby’s star, the weirdest sun in the galaxy.

Use A Potion reviews Toby: The Secret Mine videogame.

Fan Girl Nation has a contest/giveaway for the Serafinia and the Splintered Heart novel and earrings.

Dark Universe reports New Line wants to reboot every Nighmare on Elm Street film.

DC Comics

Screen Rant says Gotham season 4 to lean into Batman reveal.

Flames Rising: Onyx Path explores the history of Chronicles of Darkness with Dark Eras 2.

Heroic Hollywood reports Star Wars: Forces of Destiny ‘The Stranger’ officially released.

THR discusses what the first 3 episode titles of Game of Thrones season 7 tell us.


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