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Joel Moore Talks Avatar, Near-Drunken Brawls With James Cameron

Moral of the story kids: Keep your griping far from the ears of James Cameron.

Sitting down to talk with Joel Moore, a.k.a. Norm Spellman in James Cameron’s Avatar, I must admit: I was skeptical about the whole green screen thing. I mean, how hard can it be to act in an artificial environment, where almost everything has been dreamt …

Exclusive Interview with Eerie Von

We’re stepping out of our usual realm of nerdery today to bring a special announcement and interview with Eerie Von of Danzig fame. See, Eerie Von was not only the bassist for Danzig, but he was also the photographer for The Misfits. Maybe you already knew that, but some of you probably didn’t. Just covering our bases.

I’ve …

Planet Earth, Avatar Edition: Sigourney Tours Pandora

I’ve heard from my non-movie-obsessed colleagues that they believe Avatar fatigue is about to set in – the moment when sci-fi fanboys will get sick of hearing about this new James Cameron movie.

But I don’t really see that happening, at least not when the marketing teams are coming up with special features this …

DCU 2010: The Return of Bruce Wayne

DC is motoring right along with their 2010 announcements this week and today we learn that Bruce Wayne will be making his triumphant return to Gotham in a six-part miniseries penned by Grant Morrison. If you weren’t following Final Crisis or even Battle for the Cowl then you probably wouldn’t have picked up on the fact that Bruce …

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Trailer Is Up

My predilection for urban sorcery is well known. But I am declaring the jury “still out” on this one.

The problem I have with movies like this is that they can’t seem to decide whether they’re young adult movies — i.e. cute and ultimately inoffensive — or actual grown-up treatments of sorcery — genuinely frightening and …

My Life as a “Science Fetishist”

The dictionary defines a fetish as; An abnormally obsessive preoccupation or attachment; a fixation.

I know that there are sexual connotations to the definition, but that, in relation to the laws of physics, is another article entirely!

I’m a science fetishist.

Look—it’s not like I want to perform an illicit act involving …

War of the Supermen: Q&A With Matt Idelson

There was a time when Superman was Krypton’s last son. But lately in the DC Universe he’s got some company. The events of the New Krypton series have seen thousands upon thousands of Superman’s people join Big Blue on Earth and their very own new planet, New Krypton. As tensions rise between Kal-El’s adopted home world and New Krypton …

Comics On Our Pull List This Week 12/9/09

Wednesday is nearly here and we here at Techland are gearing up for our pilgrimage to The Local Comic Shop. This week we’re pulling the latest in Punisher vs Kingpin in PunisherMAX #2. The new series God Complex from the creator of Powers debuts. What’s left of the group of survivors in Walking Dead #68 continue their march to DC. The …

DC Unveils Earth One

It’s a big week for DC Comics and the DC Universe as a whole. You’ll be seeing a pretty big announcement sometime this week on Techland in regards to DCU in 2010. But until then, DCU’s The Source has unveiled Superman: Earth One and Batman: Earth One. Two of DC’s most iconic characters will have their first year stories retold in …

Outer Space Astronauts: Space in Your Face!

Watching the first few episodes of Syfy’s wonderfully demented, decidedly low-tech sci-fi comedy Outer Space Astronauts - premiering Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. – I had flashbacks of both Mystery Science Theater 3000 and the big-screen farce Galaxy Quest. Not just because the Astronauts series is funny, which it is, but because the laughs …

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