The creative committee has maintained a grasp over lunch orders and some other important responsibilities in the wake of a vicious power struggle.
#ForceFriday Update: Grown Man Successfully Outruns Small Children to Grab Last Rylo Ken Action Figure on Shelf.By The Professor in News with Benefits on September 4, 2015
Let the celebrations begin! As fellow Star Wars fans, we know this special story will warm your heart.
Hear that Capcom? Someone is interested in making more Mega Man.
He swore he wouldn't go to the debut night of Hasbro's Star Wars: the Force Awakens, but Zechs did (he's a hopeless addict like that). What did he find?
If word on the street is right, we'll see a nurse, a Knight, a shady guy, and a couple of snakes.
That's the only reason we can come up with for Rich Johnston's sudden shift of allegiance.
Fox News Anchor Harris Faulkner is suing Hasbro over a toy hamster that has her name and also bares a resemblance to her. No, we're not making this up.
BREAKING: Frank Cho Proves He's Still a Super Badass Rebel by Drawing Spider-Gwen Being Shot in Head While Shouting "Outrage"By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on September 3, 2015
Hopefully this doesn't result in more "censorship" of Cho by mean people on the internet.
This should come as a surprise to literally no one.
So says Rich Johnston, who may be close to finally revealing that secret that would shut down a major comic book publisher!
Then again, it's also possible they are not. It's Schrodinger's JLA series.
Emma Thompson finds superhero movies a little bit repetitive, it seems.
Nothing says "this isn't a blatant cash grab" like making a variant with the words "your logo here" on it.
Sources close to Marvel Studios confirmed that the infiltration by Skrulls had been responsible for a majority of the disagreements between the two groups, and that many of the notes passed to film teams included demands to reveal the chemical composition for Adamantium and the location of the Infinity Stones.
A Facebook page dedicated to 1975 TV series ISIS has exploded in popularity over the past year, much to the surprised excitement of moderator Daniel Bryan. Since July 2014 the number of ‘likes’ supporting the DC Comics Character has mysteriously risen from 23 to over 10,000.
According to Variety, Rugrats, Doug, Hey Arnold!, and You Can't Do That on Television are possible candidates.
Fan reaction to the change has been mixed at best.
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