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This Artist Is Drawing A Star Wars Comic A Day Throughout 2015

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With The Force Awakens due in theaters at the end of this year, it’s safe to say Star Wars is on a lot of people’s minds right now. For most of us, that just means tracking the steady barrage of rumors and speculation, or maybe rabidly consuming the first wave of the new canon, such as Rebels or the Tarkin novel. Artist George Folz, however, has decided to focus that Star Wars energy in a creative way: he’s going to draw one Star Wars comic per day throughout 2015.

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Watch Jurassic World And Parks And Rec Come Together In This Funny Mash-Up

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“On July 12, Andy Dwyer gets transferred.” It was only a matter of time before this happened, and now that Chris Pratt is in the process of becoming one of the biggest movie stars in the world, someone has mashed up the trailer for Jurassic World with footage from his most prominent pre-2014 role, as the lovable schlub Andy on NBC’s sitcom Parks and Recreation. This result is, of course, Jurassic Parks and Recreation, and it’s a damn fine time. Check it out below.

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Comic(s) Relief: Ash & The Evil Dead Chainsaw The Final Frontier

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If you’re looking for some nostalgic reads this week, the comic book world has got your back. You can read a new issue of Dynamite’s Army of Darkness series. The AoD series has taken Ashley Williams and the Deadites into the final frontier, stranding Ash on a space station…and the station’s computer has been possessed by the evil of the Necronomicon! You can check out a gallery from the new issue below.

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5 Underappreciated Time Travel Movies To Watch After Predestination

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predestinationThe Spierig Brothers’ time travel thriller Predestination hits theaters at the end of this week (we’ll have a full review to accompany the release). While we hope many of you go see it, as it’s totally worth a few hours of your life, we think that a lot of people may sit this one out. After all, January can be a rough month at the theater, quality wise. Though the film is being marketed as a time-hopping crime story in the vein of Minority Report and TimeCop, that’s not what you’re going to see. Deliberately paced, continually shifting perspectives, and inherently weird, Predestination feels like a movie that the distributor has no idea how to sell, and as a result we’re afraid that this will fall into a category of films that, while excellent, are totally underappreciated. And in that spirit, we’d like to take the opportunity to explore some of our favorite under-the-radar time travel movies.

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The Guardians Of The Galaxy Characters James Gunn Couldn’t Use

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guardians of the galaxyComic book movies are generally geared towards audiences with a broad knowledge of the source material, but in the case of Guardians of the Galaxy, director James Gunn was bringing out characters that the majority of the world wasn’t familiar with at all. And because Marvel Comics characters aren’t solely tethered to Marvel Studios, there were a few characters Gunn wanted to use that had to be left behind, and it should surprise absolutely no one that these characters are even more obscure. Their names? Bug and Rom: SpaceKnight, both of which were on the tip of your tongue, I’m sure.

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Watch John McClane Battle Aliens And Predators In This Incredible Fan Video

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We just survived Christmas, and I know there are a lot of us out there who consider Die Hard to be the best holiday movie ever made. Facing off against Hans Gruber and his gang of international mercenaries is harrowing indeed, but this new video that appeared at the end of last year imagines Bruce Willis’ John McClane tangling with two even more vicious foes, Predator and the Xenomorph’s from Alien. And with no further ado, here is Die Hard: Alien vs. Predator.