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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headlines From Around The Interwebs – Dec 6, 2017

Currently Reading Dune: House Atreides (Prelude to Dune Book 1)

So how long is The Last Jedi, anyway?

Black Mirror is doing a Star Trek-themed episode. 

This Game of Thrones character was not pleased with his character. 

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Who has the craziest fan base? Star Wars, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, or Game of Thrones?

New Mutants is the Stranger Things of Marvel’s X-Men universe.

Happy 80th birthday, Large Marge! 

The Walking Dead Telltale Series collection gets an upgrade.

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SF/Fantasy/Horror Headline Summaries From Around The Interwebs – Nov 7, 2017

Wentworth Miller confirms he’s leaving the Arrowverse.

Klingon War focus dominates Star Trek: Discovery.

Game of Thrones Dani vs Cersei battle coming? 

Don’t forget the Sci-Clops Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Minds.com pages!

Fighter jets with laser weapons set to take to the skies.

Splatoon manga coming this December. 

Destiny 2 PC patch is out. 

Thor: Ragnarok star confirms big Infinity War change.

Tales From The Crypt props up for sale.

Red Sonja coming back to the big screen.

Ars Technica covers the biggest board game convention in Essen, Germany.

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The Black Order Are Coming To Avengers: Infinity War

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TOO COOL! More supervillains to see on the big screen!

Via Nerdist: So, if you’re Thanos, do you really have to do everything yourself, as the stinger from Age of Ultron implied? Like, even if you’re going up against every hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War? Maybe not. Turns out that statue of Thanos we saw the other night isn’t alone any more, and neither will the mad Titan be so onscreen.

While the movie will refer to them as the Children of Thanos–a metaphorical title, not to be confused with his actual adopted daughters Nebula and Gamora–comics fans may recognize them as the Black Order: Corvus Glaive, Proxima Midnight, Thanos (of course), Ebony Maw, and Black Dwarf. You might notice that each one has some kind of reference to the color (or absence thereof, depending how pedantic one wants to get) black.

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