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[Spotlight] Franchise: "Star Trek"

Watching: "Wonder Woman" (2.21: 'The Girl from Ilandia', Year)

[Star Trek] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

TV Schedule:
(9/4): CBS: 7:00 AM: New: "Sunday Morning" (38.49, 2016) (--f/ celebration / honoring show's 50th Anniversary); Heroes & Icons: 11:00 AM / PST: Marathon / Specials: "Star Trek: 50 Iconic Years" (TV Series, Specials, Starts airing "Star Trek: The Animated Series")

(9/8): BBC America: Marathon: "Star Trek: TOS." + "Star Trek: TNG."; Decades: Marathon: "Star Trek" Documentaries / Specials

(9/9): Science Channel: 12:06 AM (+ Sat., 6:00 AM): Repeat: Documentary: "Trek Nation" (Year); History Channel: 10:02 PM (+ Sat. 2:00 AM): Repeat: Documentary / Sp.: "50 Years of Star Trek" (2016)

(9/10): MeTV: 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM: Repeats: (MeTV Celebrates / 50th Anniversary): "Star Trek: TOS." (1.1: 'The Man Trap') (--First Broadcast Episode) + "Svengoolie" (Original Pilot Episodes: 'The Cage')
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General Information:
[Google] [Wikipedia] [IMDB] [Official Site for "Star Trek: Discovery" (TV Series, 2017 - ): CBS.com] [Memory Alpha (Star Trek Wikia)] [Memory Beta (Non-Canon Star Trek Wikia)] [TV Tropes (& Idioms).org] [Wikiquote] [Box Office Mojo] [TV.com] [MeTV.com (--"Star Trek: TOS.")]

News:
[Events: Creation Entertainment (--Cons.), Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Musuem Complex: "Star Trek: The Starfleet Academy Experience" (New York City, 7/9 - 10/31/16)] [Magazines: Entertainment Weekly, Variety] [Newspaper: The Guardian (UK)] [Reviews: Metacritic, RogerEbert.com, Rotten Tomatoes] [CBS News] [Digital Spy] [io9 / Gizmodo] [NASA.gov] [Nerdist] [NPR.org] [Screen Rant] [Smithsonian Channel]

Fan Sites:
[Discussion / Fan Forums: Reddit] [Google: "Tumblr"] [StarTrek.com]

Art:
[DeviantArt]

Images:
[Google: "Screencaps"]

Videos:
[YouTube: 50th Anniversary, Behind the Scenes, Best / Top / Worst (--Episodes, more), Documentaries / Specials, Gag Reels, Guides, Interviews (Conventions), (Fan) Reviews; TV: "Star Trek: The Original Series" (1966 - 1969), "Star Trek: The Animated Series" (1973 - 1974) (Universe: "TOS."), "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987 - 1994), "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" (1993 - 1999), "Star Trek: Voyager" (1995 - 2001), "Star Trek: Enterprise" (2001 - 2005), "Star Trek: Discovery" (2017 - ); Films: ("TOS.") "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" (Wise, 1979), ("TOS.") "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan" (Meyer, 1982), ("TOS.") "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock" (Nimoy, 1984), ("TOS.") "Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home" (Nimoy, 1986), ("TOS.") "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier" (Shatner, 1989), ("TOS.") "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" (Meyer, 1991), ("TOS." / "TNG.") "Star Trek Generations" (Carson, 1994), ("TNG.") "Star Trek: First Contact" (Frakes, 1996), ("TNG.") "Star Trek: Insurrection" (Frakes, 1998), ("TNG.") "Star Trek: Nemesis" (Baird, 2002), ("TOS." Reboot) "Star Trek" (Abrams, 2009), ("TOS." Reboot) "Star Trek Into Darkness" (Abrams, 2013), ("TOS." Reboot) "Star Trek Beyond" (Lin, 2016); TV (Non/ST-Related): "MythBusters" (Gorn Cannon; Outside the series: Builds, Fandoms, more), "Nerdist" (TV, Online Shows / Videos), "Geeking Out" (1.5: 'Adam Savage / The Flash / Star Trek 50th', 2016; + more); Parodies: "American Dad", "Animaniacs", "Family Guy", (FMVs) CollegeHumor, How It Should Have Ended]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon] [ThinkGeek]
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Further Reading:
Books:
"Stark Trek and History" (Reagin, 2013) (--Part of: Wiley Pop Culure and History Series)

Recommend Watching:
Documentaries:
(Doc. / Bio.): "Biography" (Episode: 'The Captains of the Final Frontier', 2010)
(TV): "Trek Nation" (Colthorp, 2010)
(TV Mini-Series): "Pioneers of Television" (2.1: 'Science Fiction', 2011; 4.3: 'Breaking Barriers', 2014)
(TV Mini-Series): "The Real History of Science Fiction" (2014, UK / USA) (BBC America)
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(Non-Star Trek-Related)

Famous Birthday:
(9/11): (Actor / Director): Roxann Dawson (58) ("Star Trek: Voyager")

TV Schedule:
(9/10): Heroes & Icons: Starting at 2:00 AM: "Comic Book Heroes" (Features: "The Green Hornet", "The Adventures of Superman", "Batman", "The Greatest American Hero", "Swamp Thing")

(9/11): MeTV: Starting: 12:00 AM: "Red-Eye Sci-Fi" (Features: "Batman", "Land of the Giants", "The Time Tunnel", more)

Tags:

Watching: "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." (2.10: 'The Cherry Blossum Affair', Year)

[DC (Comics) Animated Universe (or: DCAU)] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

Release Dates:
Films (in Theatres):
(Today + 7/26): "Batman: The Killing Joke" (Liu, 2016) (--Based on the 1988 one-shot graphic novel, of the same title, written by Alan Moore and illustratored / art by Brian Bolland.) [Fandango (Brought to you by: FathomEvents --f/ Special features before and after the film)] [Available on DVD / Blu-Ray: 8/2 --Source: Amazon]

Straight-to-DVD/Blu-Ray:
(Fall 2016): (Film): "Justice League Dark" (Oliva, 2016) (f/ Matt Ryan as the voice of John Constantine)
(Digital: 10/11; Home Video: 11/1): (Film): "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders" (Director?, 2016) (Based: 60's TV Show)
(Spring 2017?): (Film): "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" (Director, 2017?) (Sequel to "Justice League vs. Teen Titans"?)
(Unknown): (Film): "Batman and Harley Quinn"? (Director, Year?) (New, original story written by Bruce Timm)
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General Information:
[Google (Studio: "Warner Bros. Animation") (Channel / Network: Kids' WB (1995 - 2006; Part of The WB Television Network) (--Note: Later, it become TheCW and DCAU was shown on Cartoon Network (I'm not including "Teen Titans Go!" here) --and re-runs brielfy on the now defunct channel, The Hub.)) (Creative Team (Showrunners, Animators, Writers, more): Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Stan Berkowitz, Boyd Kirkland, Eric Radomski, Curt Geda, Dwayne McDuffie, Glen Murakami, James Tucker, Dan Riba, Butch Lukic, Jean MacCurdy) (Casting / Voice Director: Andrea Romano) (Composers: Shirley Walker, Kristopher Carter)] [Wikipedia: DC Animated Universe (Comics) / - Original Movies] [DC Animated Universe Wiki] [DC Comics.com] [IMDB (f/ Info., User / Fan Lists, more) (Production Co.: DC Entertainment, Warner Bros. Animation / - Television) (Distributor: ex. Kids' WB, Warner Home Video)] [Comic Vine] [Behind the Voice Actors] [TV Tropes (& Idioms).org]

News:
[Events: Conventions: Convention Scene.com, Google: "Comic-Cons" / "WonderCon", WizardWorld (Comic-Cons)] [Reviews: Rotten Tomatoes (--Search by Title)] [The A.V. Club (Features: Gateways to Geekery: "The DC Animated Universe" --Post: 11/18/10)] [Comic Book Resources] [Google: ("Deadline(dotcom) + 'DC Animated Universe'" - Enter into search engine), "Digital Spy", "Comics Continuum"] [io9] [Nerdist] [SuperHeroHype] [ToonZone]

Fan Sites:
[The Animated Batman (An Unofficial Guide)] [Google: "Podcasts", "Tumblr"] [Reddit] [The World's Finest - The #1 DC Animation Resource]

Art:
[DeviantArt] [Google: "GIFs", "Memes"]

Images:
[Google: "Screencaps"]

Videos:
[Vimeo] [YouTube: Behind the Scenes / Making of / Special Features, Best / Top / Worst (--Features, Fights, Moments, more), First Looks, Guides, Interviews (Comic-Cons, WonderCons), Reviews (by Fans), Trailers (--f/ Teaser trailers for "Justice League Dark"), Upcoming Features (2015 and Beyond / 2020) (--Live Action + Animation); TV: "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992 - 1995) (--Short Film / TV Short, Promo Reel / Developmental Pilot for the series, "The Dark Knight's First Night" - Radomski / Timm, 1990/1992?), "Superman: The Animated Series" (1996 - 2000), "The New Batman Adventures" (1997 - 1999), "Batman Beyond" (1999 - 2001), "Static Shock" (2000 - 2004), "The Zeta Project" (2001 - 2002), "Justice League" (2001 - 2004), "Teen Titans" (2003 - 2006) (1) (2), "Justice League Unlimited" (2004 - 2006), "Legion of Superheroes" (2006 - 2008), "Young Justice" (2010 - 2013), "DC Nation" (2012 - 2014) (--Shorts), "Green Lantern: The Animated Series" (2012 - 2013); Films: "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" (Radomski / Timm, 1993) (Universe: "B:TAS."), "Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero" (Kirkland, 1998) (Universe: "B:TAS."), "Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker" (Geda, 2000) (Universe: "Batman Beyond") ('Director's Cut' - Uncut / Uncensored / Deleted Scenes), "Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman" (Geda, 2003) (Universe: "TNBA."), "Superman: Brainiac Attacks" (Geda, 2006) (Universe: "S:TAS."), (TV Movie) "Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo" (Slack, 2006) (Universe: "T.T."), "Superman: Doomsday" (Timm / Montgomery / Vietti, 2007) (Based on 'Superman' comics 1992 storyline, "The Death of Superman" --Writers: Jurgens / Simonson / Stern / co.), "Justice League: The New Frontier" (Bullock, 2008) (Adapted from: "DC: The New Frontier", Limited Series, 2004 -Creator: Darwyn Cooke), (Anime / Anthology) "Batman: Gotham Knight" (Nishimi / co., 2008, Japan / USA) (Anime / Studio: Studio 4C, Madhouse, Bee Train, Production I.G.), "Wonder Woman" (Montgomery, 2009), "Green Lantern: First Flight" (Montgomery, 2009), "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" (Liu, 2009), "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths" (Montgomery / Liu, 2010), "Batman: Under the Red Hood" (Vietti, 2010) (Based on 2005 - 2006 comic book story arc, "Batman: Under the Hood". Written by Judd Winick, who wrote the screenplay for the DCAU feature.), "Superman/Batman: Apocalypse" (Montgomery, 2010), "All-Star Superman" (Liu, 2011), "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights" (Berkeley / Montgomery / Oliva, 2011), "Batman: Year One" (Liu / Montgomery, 2011) (Based on 1987 comic story arc written by Frank Miller), "Justice League: Doom" (Montgomery, 2012) (Loosely based: 2000 comic book storyline written by Mark Waid, "JLA: Tower of Babel"), "Superman vs. The Elite" (Chang, 2012), "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (Part 1)" (Oliva, 2012), "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (Part 2)" (Oliva, 2013), "Superman: Unbound" (Tucker, 2013), "Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox" (Oliva, 2013), "Justice League: War" (Oliva, 2014), "Son of Batman" (Spaulding, 2014), "Batman: Assault on Arkham" (Oliva / Spaulding, 2014) (f/ the Suicide Squad), "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis" (Spaulding, 2015), "Batman vs. Robin" (Oliva, 2015), "Justice League: Gods and Monsters" (Liu, 2015), "Batman: Bad Blood" (Oliva, 2016), "Justice League vs. Teen Titans" (Liu, 2016); Shorts: (Film) "Chase Me" (Geda, 2003) (Universe: "TNBA."), (Film) "DC Showcase: The Spectre" (Dos Santos, 2010), (Film) "DC Showcase: Jonah Hex" (Dos Santos, 2010), (Film) "DC Showcase: Green Arrow" (Dos Santos, 2010), (Film; 'DC Showcase') "Superman/Shazam!: The Return of the Black Adam" (Dos Santos, 2010), (Film) "DC Showcase: Catwoman" (Montgomery, 2011), (Film) "Batman Beyond" (Artist: Darwyn Cooke; 2014) (For: Batman' 75th Anniversary), (TV) "Batman: Strange Days" (Timm, 2014) (For: Batman's 75th Anniversary); Web Series: "Gotham Girls" (2000 - 2002), "Lobo" (2000), "Vixen" (2015 - Present)]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon] [Barnes and Noble] [eBay] [Etsy (1) (2)] [Google: "Animation Cels" / "Original Production Cels"] [Redbubble (1) (2)]
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Past / Related Blog Entry:
[Rec. List] DC/Vertigo Comics (Comics and Adaptations) (Post: 3/25)
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WISH LIST

Adaptations (Would like to see as films and/or TV series):
Characters / Titles:
"Lucifer (Morningstar)" (1989 - Present) (DC Comics - Vertigo Comics) (Created by: Neil Gaiman / Sam Kieth)
"The Sandman" (1989 - Present) (DC Comics - Vertigo Comics) (Writer: Neil Gaiman)
(Gwen Dylan) "iZOMBIE" (2010 - 2012) (Vertigo Comics) (Writer: Chris Roberson; Artists: ex. Michael Allred)
(Kent Nelson or various others) / Doctor Fate
(Shiera Sanders Hall or various others) / Hawkgirl
Britt Reid / (The) Green Hornet (Currently licensed / pubished by: DC Comics + Dynamite Entertainment)

Story Arcs / Lines:
"Batman: Hush" (Writer: Jeph Loeb; Penciller: Jim Lee) (2002 - 2003)
"Batman" (The New 52) (Writer: Scott Snyder) (2011 - 2016) (ex. 'The Court of Owls', 'Death of the Family', 'Zero Year', 'Endgame')
"Supergirl" (The New 52) (Writers: ex. Michael Alan Nelson; Illustrators: ex. Diogenes Neves) (ex. Vol. 5: 'Red Daughter of Krypton')

Teams / Organizations:
Justice Society of America (Created by: Sheldon Mayor / Gardner Fox; c. 1940 - 1941) (Various versions / ages)
"Green Lantern / Green Arrow" (Writer: Dennis O'Neil; Artist: Neal Adams) (1970 - 1979)
"The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (Writer(s): Alan Moore; Artist(s): Kevin O'Neill) (1999 - Present) (DC Comics / various)
Birds of Prey (Gail Simone era - c. 2003 + 2010; + Maybe 'The New 52' (c. 2011) (Writer: Duane Swierczynski)?)
"JLA/Avengers" (Writer: Kurt Busiek; Artist: George Perez) (2003 - 2004) (DC Comics / Marvel Comics)
"Suicide Squad" (The New 52) (Writers: ex. Adam Glass) (2011 - 2014)
"Worlds' Finest" (Huntress + Power Girl) (The New 52) (Writer: Paul Levitz; Artists: ex. Geraldo Borges)

Titles / Universes:
"Watchmen" (Writer: Alan Moore; Artist: Dave Gibbons) (1986 - 1987)
"Fables" (Writer: Bill Willingham) (2002 - 2015) (Vertigo Comics)
"Gotham Central" (Writers: Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka) (2002 - 2006)

Alternative TV Networks / Mediums / Platforms (Would like to see air on; that's not Cartoon Network):
Basic Cable:
TheCW, (NBC)

Cable:
AMC, (NickToons?), SyFy

Internet / Web Site:
Amazon, Netflix
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(Non-DCAU-Related)

Famous Birthdays:
(7/29): (Actors): Wil Wheaton (44) ("Star Trek: The Next Generation", "The Big Bang Theory"), Timothy Omundson (47) ("Psych")
(7/30): (Director / Writer): Christopher Nolan (46) ("The Dark Knight" Trilogy, "Interstellar")
(8/11): (Actors): Viola Davis ("Suicide Squad"), Chris Hemsworth (Marvel Cinematic Universe; "Ghostbusters")

Images:
IMDB: Comic-Con 2016: Photos We Love, Wonder Woman Through the Years (Both - Post: 7/29?); Latest Still Photos (Post: 7/29?) (--Ex. Promotional Still: Supergirl and Superman of "Supergirl" (TV Series, 2015 - Present, CBS - TheCW))

News:
IMDB: Article: "Marvel Surprise: 'Avengers: Infinity War' Won't Be Split Into 2 Movies" (Post: 7/29) (--Source: The Wrap) (--Note: Another article about the update on IMDB / Hitfix)

LJ: Community: ohnotheydidnt: "Jared Leto Says His Joker Was Inspired By David Bowie + Variety Ranks All The Jokers" (Post: 8/11)

Release Dates:
Films (in Theatres):
(9/23): "The Magnificent Seven" (Fuqua, 2016) (--Remake of 1960 film directed by John Sturges, which was in turn an American, western remake of Akira Kurosawa's 1954 film, "Seven Samurai".)

TV Schedule:
(About 'All Star Trek' / All 5 TV Series on H&I this week and onwards, see bottom of entry, [Spotlight] Franchise: "Ghostbusters" (Post: 7/16).)
(7/31): Cartoon Network: 7:00 - 8:00 AM: Repeats: "Ben 10" (1.1 - 1.2) (--Note: Sundays, 7-8 AM)
(8/1): TheCW: 8:00 - 10:00 PM: Repeats: "Supergirl" (1.1 - 1.2, 2015) (--Note: Every Monday, back to back episodes, til 10/10 Season 2 Premieres)
(8/18): PBS: 7:00 - 11:00 PM: Repeats: "Superheroes: Never-Ending Battle" (Mini-Series / Documentary) + "Pioneers of Television" (Episode: 'Superheroes', 2013)
Watching: "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." (2.8: 'The Tigers Are Coming Affair', Year)

[Casting Ideas: Kristen Bell as Comic Book Characters; Famous Birthday] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

Dark Horse Comics:
Protagonist:
Liz Sherman (From: "Hellboy")

DC/Vertigo Comics:
Protagonists:
Beauty (of Beauty and the Beast) (From: "Fables"; Vertigo Comics), Cinderella (From: "Fables"; Vertigo Comics), Barbara Gordon / Batgirl / Oracle, Shiera Sanders Hall (or: Shayera Hol) / Hawkgirl, Greta Hayes / Secret, Shayera Hol / Hawkwoman, Dinah Lance / Black Canary, M'gann M'orzz (Alias: Megan Morse) / Miss Martian, Nightmare Nurse (From: "Justice League Dark"), Rachel Roth / Raven, Cassie Sandsmark / Wonder Girl, Tula / Aquagirl, Snow White (From: "Fables"; Vertigo Comics), Courtney Whitmore / Stargirl, Zatanna Zatara, Kara Zor-El / Supergirl, Kara Zor-L (Also, known as: Karen Starr) / Power Girl

Antagonists:
Whisper A'Daire (From team / member of: Intergang, League of Assassins), Artemis Crock / Tigress, Carrie Cutter / Cupid, Carol Ferris / Star Sapphire, Crystal Frost (or: Caitlin Snow) / Killer Frost, Goldilocks (From: "Fables"; Vertigo Comics), Pamela Isley / Poison Ivy, Selena Kyler / Catwoman, Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn, Lisa Snart / Golden Glider, Mona Taylor / Queen (From team: Royal Flush Gang), Wanda Wayland / Ten (From team: Royal Flush Gang), Leslie Willis / Livewire, Zazzala (or: various / other versions) / Queen Bee

Marvel Comics:
Protagonists:
Crystalia Amaquelin / Crystal (From team: Inhumans), Tandy Bowen / Dagger, Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel, Emma Frost / White Queen, Susan Storm / Invisible Woman

Antagonists:
Dr. Karla Sofen / Moonstone, Giuleitta Nefaria (legally changed to: Whitney Frost) / Madame Masque
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(Non-Kristen Bell-Related)

Activity:
IMDB: Poll: Superhero Day Jobs (Post: 7/23?)

Famous Birthday:
(7/23): (Actor): Daniel Radcliffe (27) ("Harry Potter" franchise, "Swiss Army Man")

News:
IMDB: Comic-Con (2016): "Top 25 Highest-Grossing Comic Book Movies" (Post: 7/23?)

Recommendations:
Documentaries:
"Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood" (Karen Thomas, 2009), "Waking Sleeping Beauty" (Hahn, 2009)

(Note to Self) Need to Find / See:
"From Caligari to Hitler: German Cinema in the Age of the Masses" (Suchsland, 2014, Germany) [Add: 7/23]

Trivia:
Wentworth Miller (Arrowverse, "DC's Legends of Tomorrow") played the voice of Slade Wilson / Deathstroke (first apperance of the character in the series) in an episode of "Young Justice" (2.13: 'The Fix', 2013). [Source: Wikipedia, IMDB]

[Spotlight] Franchise: "Ghostbusters"

Watching: "STARZ Insider: Ghostbusters" (10 min. preview)

[Ghostbusters] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS) (--Will add stuff on the original films later)

General Information:
[Google (Director / Co-Writer / Producer: Paul Feig; Co-Writer: Katie Dippold (Writer: "MADtv", "Parks and Recreation", "The Heat"; Actress: ex. 3 episodes of "P + R.", cameos / small roles in "The Heat", "Spy", "Ghostbusters" (Rental Agent)); Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Leslie Jones, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig)] [IMDB] [Wikipedia] [Official Site: Ghostbusters.com] [British Board of Film Classification] [Box Office Mojo] [TV Tropes (& Idioms).org] [Ghostbusters Wiki] [Blu-Ray.com (--Also, check out the section of similar titles / works)]

News:
[Magazines: Empire (UK), Entertainment Weekly, Film Comment, GamesRadar (--"SFX" / UK, "Total Film" / UK), Glamour, The Hollywood Reporter (--Features: articles on the original films), SciFiNow (UK), Time (--Features: Original films), Vanity Fair, Variety, Wired] [Newspapers: Chicago Sun-Times, The Guardian (UK), The New York Times, The Telegraph (UK) (--Features: Original Films)] [Reviews: CinemaScore (B+), Metacritic, RogerEbert.com (--Features: Original films), Rotten Tomatoes; Google: "Kevin Smith's review"] [Theatres: Fandango, TCL Chinese Theatre (Los Angeles, CA) (--Note: Yesterday, after the 7:00 PM showing, there was a Q&A with director, co-writer, Paul Feig)] [AfterCredits (--During End Credits + Post-Credit Scene)] [The A.V. Club] [BBC] [ComicBook.com] [Comic Book Resources] [Deadline(dotcom)/tag/ghostbusters (--Enter into search engine / Google)] [Den of Geek] [Digital Spy] [FlickeringMyth]  [GeekTyrant] [Geeks of Doom] [Google: "ComicBookMovie.com"] [Hitfix (Article: "Ghostbusters' Kate McKinnon, X-Files & Why Prominent Female Characters Are Important" -Post: Today)] [Huffington Post] [IMDB (Article: "Leslie Jones' Heartfelt Tribute to Whoopi Goldberg Proves Why Representation Matters" -Source: E! Online -Post: 7/14)] [IndieWire] [Inverse (Article: "The 10 Best 'Ghostbusters' Reboot Easter Eggs" -Post: 7/14 --Nods to the 1984 film)] [io9 (--Features: Articles / Posts about the original films, more)] [NBC News] [Nerdist (--Features: Originals, other versions, more)] [Salon] [Screen Rant] [SuperHeroHype] [Vox]

Fan Sites:
[Discussion / Forums: Ghostbusters Fans (--Features: Original films, more), Reddit] [Ghostbusters HQ (--Features: Various films, more)] [Tumblr]

Art:
[DeviantArt] [GIFs: GIPHY] [Google: "Memes"]

Images:
[Google: "Screencaps"]

Videos:
[Hulu (--Features: Original Films, Animated Series, more)] [Vimeo] [YouTube: Behind the Scenes / Featurette / On Set, Easter Eggs, Interviews (ex. "The Graham Norton Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live"), Post-Credit Scene, (Fan) Reviews]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon] [Barnes and Noble] [eBay] [Etsy] [Redbubble]
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WISH LIST

Actors I would like to see in the next film (If the reboot should get a sequel):
Join the Ghostbusters team:
(Ex.) Keiko Agena, Freema Agyeman, Cristela Alonzo, Samantha Bee, Kristen Bell, Mayim Bialik, Alexis Bledel, Julie Bowen, Paget Brewster, Yvette Nicole Brown, Felicia Day, Ellen DeGeneres, Zooey Deschanel, America Ferrera, Tina Fey, Karen Gillan, Lauren Graham, Gillian Jacobs, Mindy Kaling, Joanne Kelly, Riki Lindhome, Lucy Liu, Jane Lynch, Debra Messing, Kate Micucci, Jaime Murray, Pauley Perrette, Martha Plimpton, Tracee Ellis Ross, Allison Scagliotti, Amy Schumer, Hannah Simone, Cobie Smulders, Amanda Tapping, Catherine Tate, Aisha Tyler, Sofia Vergara, Shannon Woodward, Ali Wong

If Chris Hemsworth doesn't return as Kevin, or the team hires another male receptionist:
(Ex.) Jensen Ackles, Stephen Amell, Tom Ellis, David Giuntoli, Donald Glover, Aldis Hodge, Bradley James, Rahul Kohli, Joel McHale, Tom Mison, Jared Padalecki, Danny Pino, Channing Tatum

Some possible screenwriters I would like to see / know co-write and/or contribute to the story in someway (if sequel):
(Ex.) Emily Cutler (or: Karey Dornetto, Hilary Winston) ("Community"), Jane Espenson ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "Warehouse 13"), Tina Fey, Sera Gamble ("Supernatural", "The Magicians", "Aquarius"), Kay Cannon ("30 Rock", "New Girl"), Elaine Ko ("Family Guy", "Modern Family"), Elizabeth Meriwether ("New Girl"), Nicole Perlman ("Guardians of the Galaxy", "Agent Carter", "Captain Marvel"), Amy Schumer

(Surprising) Cameos I'd like to see (if sequel):
(Ex.) "MythBusters" (Adam, Grant, Jamie, Kari, Tory) (--Note: or parody / homage - version?); Stephen Colbert, Chris Hardwick, Conan O'Brien, Joss Whedon
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(Non-Ghostbusters-Related)

Images:
IMDB: Gallery: Funny Women of Television (Post: Today?) (--Past - Present)

News:
Comic Book Resources: Article: "Harley Quinn's Iconic Jester Suit Was Actually Made for 'Suicide Squard'" (Post: Today)

Den of Geek: Article: "Sherlock Season 4 News: Possible Air Date, Details and More" (Post: 6/9)

IMDB: Article: "'Star Trek 4' Will Bring Back Chris Hemsworth as Captain Kirk's Father" (Post: Today) (--See: Chris Hemsworth: News --for more articles / sources about this topic.) (--Note: Maybe he comes back due to time travel? (Timey-Wimey or something like that time turner thing in "Harry Potter" that Hermione uses? Another worm hole scenario?) A take on "City on the Edge of Forever" episode from ST: TOS of sorts? Or perhaps some facsimile like a hologram, clone, shapeshifter, other? --Add: 7/17)

Release Dates:
Films (in Theatres):
(7/20): "Star Trek" Marathon (Reboot Films, "Star Trek" (2009) - "Star Trek Beyond" (2016); in Select Theaters / IMAX)

TV Schedule:
(7/24): H&I: Heroes & Icons (or: KICUH): 5:00 - 10:00 PM / PST: "Star Trek" Marathon (Pilot episodes of: "Star Trek" (The Original Series), "Star Trek: The Next Generation", "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine", "Star Trek: Voyager", "Star Trek: Enterprise") (--Note: Premiere of 'All Star Trek' / All 5 TV Series on H&I --Showing every episode of each series in order (Uncut versions of "TOS.") --Starting this week: Weekdays: 3:00 - 4:00 PM: "ST: TOS.", "ST: TNG." + 8:00 - 11:00 PM: "ST: DS9." - "ST: ENT.")
captain america / fourth of july _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

General Information:
Comic Books:
[Google] [Wikipedia (List of incarnations of Captain America --ex. Sam Wilson, James Buchanan ("Bucky") Barnes)] [Marvel Database (Wiki) (--Features: Films, more)] [Comic Vine] [Wikiquote.org (--Features: TV Shows, Video Games, Films, more)]

Films:
[Google] [Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki] [Box Office Mojo] [TV Tropes (& Idioms).org (--Features: Comic Books, more; "The Avengers" --Films, Comic Books, Animated Series / TV, more)]

Television:
[Google: "Animated Series / Disney XD"] [Marvel Animated Universe Wiki] [Marvel Animation Age (ToonZone) (--Features: Straight to DVD / Blu-Ray Features, more)] [Behind the Voice Actors: Voice Compare]

News:
Films:
[Magazines: Entertainment Weekly, Variety, Wired (Articles: Science: "Could Captain America Jump Without a Parachute?" (Post: 3/11/14) (--About: "Captain America: The Winter Soldier"); Culture: "5 Comics You Must Read Before 'Captain America: Civil War'" (Post: 5/4)] [Radio: NPR.org] [Reviews: RogerEbert.com ("Captain America" films, "The Avengers" films), Ebert Presents: At The Movies (Film 1), Just Seen It (Films 1-2; "The Avengers"), Leonard Maltin ("Captain America" films, "The Avengers" films), Metacritic (--Features: Video Games, more), Rotten Tomatoes (--Enter "Captain America" into search engine)] [Mental Floss (--Features: Comic Books, more)] [Nerdist (--Features: Comic Books, more)] [Paste Magazine (--Features: Comic Books, more)] [SuperHeroHype] [Vox (--Features: Comic Books, more)]

Fan Sites:
[Discussion / Forums: Reddit] [Google: "Tumblr"]

Art:
[DeviantArt (Cosplay)] [Google: "Desserts" / "Cakes" / "Cupcakes", "Food / Recipes" / Parties (Theme); "GIFs", "Memes"]

Images:
Comic Books:
[Dreamwidth.org: Community: scans_daily: Tags (--Various for Characters, Titles, more)]

Videos:
Comic Books:
[YouTube (1) (2)]

Films:
[YouTube: "Captain America: The First Avenger" (Johnston, 2011), "(Marvel's) The Avengers" (Whedon, 2012), "Captain America: The Winter Solider" (Russo / Russo, 2014), "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (Whedon, 2015), "Ant-Man" (Reed, 2015) (One of the post-credit scenes), "Captain America: Civil War" (Russo / Russo, 2016); Parodies: CollegeHumor, How It Should Have Ended]

Straight-to-DVD/Blu-Ray:
[YouTube: (Films: Animation): "Ultimate Avengers" (Gordon / Geda / Richardson, 2006) (Voice: Justin Gross --Also, in the sequel), "Ultimate Avengers 2" (Meugniot / Gordan / Sebast / Geda, 2006), "Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United" (Riley, 2014) (Voice: Roger Craig Smith); (Film: Short: Live-Action): "Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter" (D'Esposito, 2013) (--Spin-Off from "Captain America: The First Avenger"; Featured on the "Iron Man 3" DVD/Blu-Ray)]

Television:
[YouTube: Animated Series / Various; "X-Men: Evolution" (2.11 (or 14?): 'Operation: Rebirth', 2002) (Voice: David Hayter), "The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" (2010 - 2013) (Voice: Brian Bloom), "Ultimate Spider-Man" (A few episodes) (Voices: Roger Craig Smith; Chris Cox), "Avengers Assemble" (2013 - Present) (Voice: Roger Craig Smith); (Live-Action): "Marvel's Agent Carter" (2015 - 2016) (--Spin-Off --See: "Marvel One-Shot" note above); Parodies: "Robot Chicken" (Stop Motion Animated TV Series), "The Venture Bros." (Animated Series) (Character / Team - Homages / Parodies: Action Man, Crusaders Action League (From: Season 6; Avengers / Justice League; Stars & Garters = Captain America), General Treister (in Episode (6.0): 'All This and Gargantua-2', 2015 --like Captain America / the Hulk), Super Gang (More DC Comics like than Marvel); Competition / Game Show / Reality TV: "Cake Wars" (4.1: 'Captain America', 2016) (Channel: Food Network)]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon (Movies & TV: DVD / Blu-Ray: "Captain America: Civil War" (Russo Brothers, 2016 --Release Date: 9/13); Books: ex. "Marvel's Captain America: The Ultimate Guide to the First Avenger" (Forbeck, et. al., 2016)] [Etsy] [Redbubble]
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Further Reading:
Books:
"The Virtues of Captain America: Modern-Day Lessons on Character from a World War II Superhero" (White, 2014)
"Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology" (Langley, 2016)

Recommend:
Reading: Comic Books:
(Collected Edition): "Captain America": Vol. 1: 'Winter Soldier': Ultimate Collection (Writer: Ed Brubaker; Artists: Epting / Perkins)
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(Non-Captain America-Related)

Events:
Barnes and Noble: Get Pop-Cultured: July 6th - August 7th

News:
IMDB: Picks: "7 Things to Know About Margot Robbie" (Post: 7/7?)

Recommend:
Reading: Comic Books:
(DC Comics: Collected Edition; 'The New 52'): "Suicide Squad": Volume 1: 'Kicked in the Teeth' (Writer: Adam Glass (TV's "Supernatural"); Artist: Federico Dallocchio; 2012) (Add: 7/7)

Videos:
IMDB: Learn About Steven Spielberg's First IMDB Credit ("The Last Gun", 1959) (Post: 7/7?) (--See the film: YouTube)
[Famous Birthday (Tomorrow): Joss Whedon -- Wish List: Comic Books: (as) Writer] Just a quick, simple list of comic books (character, solo titles and teams / organizations) that I would like to see Joss write for as either head writer for the run of issues, most or all of the title, or guest write some issues of. (Plus, even, see adaptations for (and guest work on) film and/or TV, live action (like the DC TV shows on TheCW by Berlanti Productions --Including "iZombie" and "Lucifer", Non-DC TV: "Preacher", "The Walking Dead") or animation (namely DCAU (Timm-Dini-verse + straight-to-DVD/Blu-ray features) and the Marvel / Disney XD / Man of Action series --creators of such franchises as "Ben 10" and "Generator Rex" series) of this material wouldn't hurt either! --Note: Directing, Writing, Producing, Showrunning (--aside from / know he's busy with "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."--), Consulting, Acting / Cameo / Voice, more --more, the works.) It would be interesting if Whedon worked on the "Wonder Woman" comics (and/or adaptations like for DCAU; as in more animated features and/or TV series), since his (live action) film that he worked on prior to the first "Avengers" film fell through with Warner Bros. Studios (and plus, the failed David E. Kelley TV series that (--Joss wasn't involved in that--) featured Adrienne Palicki in the title role. --Funny that she did that prior to appearing on some episodes of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.").

Boom! Studios:
Universes:
"Eureka" (Based on the TV series / SyFy), "Sleepy Hollow" (Based on the TV series / FOX)

Dark Horse Comics:
Teams / Organizations:
B.P.R.D. (Spin-Off / Part of the "Hellboy" universe)

DC/Vertigo Comics:
Characters / Solo Titles For:
Batgirl, Batman, Black Canary, Constantine, Doctor Fate, The Flash, Green Arrow, The Green Hornet (DC Comics / Dynamite Entertainment), Green Lantern, Harley Quinn, NIghtmare Nurse (From: "Justice League Dark"), Nightwing, Poison Ivy**, Raven**, Red Hood, Supergirl, Vixen**, Wonder Woman, Zatanna**

Teams / Organizations:
Birds of Prey, Green Lantern Corps., Justice League Dark* **, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (America's Best Comics / DC Comics; Top Shelf / Knockabout Comics)* **, Suicide Squad, Young Justice*

Universes:
"Fables" (Willingham / Medina; Vertigo Comics)

Dynamite Entertainment:
Universes:
"Bob's Burgers" (Based on the animated comedy series / FOX), "Grimm" (Based on the TV Series / NBC), "Warehouse 13" (Based on the TV series / SyFy)

IDW Publishing:
Character / Solo Title(s) For:
The Doctor ("Doctor Who" / 3 Series --Each for: Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors), The Rocketeer (Creator: Dave Stevens)

Teams / Organizations:
Ghostbusters, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (Originally from: Mirage Studios --Comic Book Company/Published By)

Universe / Franchise:
"Star Trek"

Image Comics:
Universes:
"The Walking Dead"

Oni Press:
Universe:
"Rick and Morty" (Based on the animated, sci-fi / comedy series, Adult Swim / Cartoon Network)

Marvel Comics:
Characters / Solo Titles For:
(Special Agent) Abigail Brand**, Agent Carter (Either as a continuation of the TV series or not), Ant-Man, Black Widow, Deadpool, Doctor Strange, Jessica Jones* **, Captain America (Steve Rogers and/or Sam Wilson), Captain Marvel, Iron Man, Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan), Moon Knight, Nova, Psylocke**, Rogue**, Scarlet Witch, Star-Lord, Storm* **, Thor (Female Version)*, Wasp**, White Queen (Emma Frost)**, Winter Soldier, Wolverine

Teams / Organizations:
A-Force, (Agents of) S.H.I.E.L.D., Guardians of the Galaxy, S.W.O.R.D.**, The Thunderbolts; (--A Marvel Comics version of DC Comics' "Justice League Dark"; and maybe "Suicide Squad" that's separate / different from "Thunderbolts"?)

Wildstorm:
Character / Solo Title(s) For:
Sherlock Holmes (Based on the original novels / Victorian Era) (Wildstorm / DC Comics)

Universes:
"Fringe" (Based on the TV series / FOX), "Supernatural" (Based on the TV series / TheWB, TheCW) (Wildstorm / DC Comics)

(* = If there is / going to be and/or would like to see more issues / titles done for these characters / teams. Especially, JLD.)
(** = Would like to see new / any title / series for these characters / teams.)
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Past / Related Blog Entries:
(These two entries contain links to many other entries I've done about Marvel and Joss Whedon*.)
[Spotlight] "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (Film; Whedon, 2015) (Post: 5/2/15)
[Rec. List] Marvel Comics (Comics and Adaptations) (Post: 5/5)
(* = Features info. on the comic books / titles he's actually / already worked on in the past.)
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(Non-Joss Whedon-Related)

Images:
IMDB: IMDB Picks: "The Evolution of the Avengers Costumes" + "Chris Evans Through the Years" + "Alien Invasions Through the Years" (--Sci-Fi Films) (All - Post: 7/4?) (--Note: Featured on front / homepage of IMDB, 7/4.)

Video:
IMDB: "No Small Parts" IMDB Exclusive: 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Star Kodi Smit-McPhee (Runtime: 0:02:06) (Post: 6/30?)

Tags:

Watching: "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (1.29: 'The Enemies', 1965)

[Holiday: Father's Day -- Favorite Fictional Fathers and Father Figures] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

Fictional Fathers:
Animation:
Bob Belcher (H. Jon Benjamin, TV: "Bob's Burgers"), Li Shan (Bryan Cranston, Film: "Kung Fu Panda 3"), Mr. Ping (James Hong, Films + TV: "Kung Fu Panda" franchise), Marlin (Albert Brooks, Films: "Finding Nemo", "Finding Dory"), Stoick the Vast (Gerard Butler, Films: "How to Train Your Dragon" franchise; Nolan North, TV / Netflix: "DreamWorks Dragons"), Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry, TV: "The Wild Thornberrys"), Yamato Yoshi / Splinter (Hoon Lee, TV: "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" - 2012 Series)

Television:
Martin Crane (John Mahoney, "Fraiser"), Phil Dunphy (Ty Burrell, "Modern Family"), Burt Hummel (Mike O'Malley, "Glee"), Andre "Dre" Johnson (Anthony Anderson, "Black-ish"), Jonathan Kent (John Schneider, "Smallville"), Keith Mars (Enrico Colantoni, "Veronica Mars"), Jay Pritchett (Ed O'Neill, "Modern Family"), Mitchell Pritchett (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, "Modern Family"), Henry Spencer (Corbin Bernsen, "Psych"), Cameron Tucker (Eric Stonestreet, "Modern Family"), Joe West (Jesse L. Martin, "The Flash"), John Winchster (Matt Cohen (--Young), Jeffrey Dean Morgan, "Supernatural")

Father Figures:
Animation:
Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman, Films: "Kung Fu Panda" franchise; Fred Tatasciore, TV: "Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness")

Television:
Henry Blake (McLean Stevenson, "M*A*S*H"), Gaius (Richard Wilson, TV: "Merlin", UK), Rupert Giles (Anthony Head, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Hank Henshaw / J'onn J'onzz / Martian Manhunter (David Harewood, "Supergirl"), Artie Nielsen (Saul Rubinek, TV: "Warehouse 13"), Sherman Potter (Harry Morgan, "M*A*S*H"), Bobby Singer (Jim Beavers, "Supernatural")

Tags:

[Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

(Film) in Theatres:
(Today): "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows" (Green, 2016)

TV Schedule:
(Everyday): NickToons: Various Time Slots (ex. Weekdays: 1:00 - 2:00 PM / PST): Repeats: "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (2012 - Present) (--Note: I love this series! Highly recommend watching it. So well done in terms of adaptation, animation, voice casting, writing, ways of incorporating Japanese culture, characterization, and so forth. TMNT at it's best and done right!)

(Today): SyFy: 8:00 PM: (Film): "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (Barron, 1990) + 10:00 PM: (Film): "Teenage Muntant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Oooze" (Pressman, 1991) (--Note: Will on multiple days + times - ex. tomorrow as well)
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General Information:
[Google ("Code of Honor / Bushido" (--Samurai) (--More info. / general search w/o series title as keywords), "Fighting Styles" / "Japanese Martial Arts / Ninja" / "Ninjutsu"; "Food Tie-Ins"; "Japanese - Names" / "- Symbols" / "- Words" (ex. "Kunoichi" / Female Ninjas --like April and Karai in the Nickelodeon TV series); "Philosophy" / "Japanese Philosophy / Ninjutsu")] [Wikipedia] [IMDB] [TMNTPedia - Wikia] [Behind the Voice Actors] [TV Tropes (& Idioms).org] [Wikiquote.org (--Comics, Films, TV Series, more)]

Comic Books:
[Google (Created by: "Kevin Eastman", "Peter Laird")] [Companies / Official Sites: The Mirage Group (--Mirage Studios), IDW Publishing] [The Comic Book Database] [Comic Vine (--Also, features various TV series)]

TV Shows (Animation):
(Did You Know: Chuck Lorre (showrunner, "The Big Bang Theory") co-created the theme song to the 1987-1996 series. --Sources: Warner Bros. Studios Tour Hollywood (Burbank, CA) (--Google / Search), Wikipedia, IMDB)
[Google] [TMNT Wiki (for the 2012 3-D animated series on Nickolodeon / NickToons)] [TV.com (--Also, films)]

Films (Live-Action, Animation):
[Google]

News:
[Reviews: Metacritic (--Films, Video Games, more)] [Comic Book Resources] [Digital Spy (--Films, TV, Video Games, more)] [Nerdist] [SuperHeroHype (--Films, Video Games, more)] [ToonZone (--Films, TV, more)]

Films:
[Radio: NPR.org] [Reviews: Rotten Tomatoes] [The A.V. Club (--Features: Past - Present Films; Some: Comics, more)] [Box Office Mojo] [Paste Magazine (--Features: TV Shows)] [ScreenRant]

Fan Sites:
[BuzzFeed] [Discussions / Forums: Reddit] [Google: "Tumblr"] [LJ: Interests, Search]

Comic Books:
[Recs. / Reviews: goodreads (--Also, a few / some features books based on films + TV Shows)]

Art:
[DeviantArt] [Google: "Cosplay", "GIFs", "Memes", "Recipes" (--Food / Baked Goods; Parties; ex. "Pizza Gyoza" from the current Nickelodeon TV series --Gyoza / Japanese dumplings / similar to Jiaozi / Chinese Dumplings / Potstickers; "Pizzas" --That appear in the TV Shows, Fanworks, more)]

Images:
Comic Books:
[Dreamwidth.org: Community: scans_daily: Entries Tagged: (by) Group, Title]

TV Series:
[Google: "Screencaps" (--Current TV Series + Live-Action Films)]

Videos:
[Hulu (--Mostly: current animated TV Series)] [Vimeo] [YouTube: Behind the Scenes (General; Films, TV Series); Easter Eggs; Guides; Interviews: Comic-Con (Films, TV Series), General (Mostly: Films); Reviews; Comic Books; TV Series (Animation): "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (1987 - 1996; From: Fred Wolf Films / co.) (--Note: The original voices of the turtles were / are featured in the current series as the "80s turtles": 2.14, 4.10, 5.3. --Rob Paulsen, who voices Donatello now, voiced Raphael (and as well as 80s Raph. in current series).), "Tiny Toon Adventures" (1.48: 'Mr. Popular's Rules of Cool!', 1990 --Parody: "Immature Radioactive Samurai Slugs"), "Animaniacs" (1.4: 'Hooked on a Ceiling / Goodfeathers: The Beginning', 1993 --Parody: An art expert / snob on TMNT being all wrong + the real Michelangelo / artist --Note: My summary, not title of video or bit), "Robot Chicken" (Various Episodes / Sketches --Parodies) (Network: Adult Swim --Cartoon Network), "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" (2012 - Present) (Network: Nickelodeon) (--Note: Some of the crew, like directors and writers, also make "Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness" (2011 - Present), which is on the same network.); Reality-TV: "Cupcake Wars" (7.5: 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles', 2012) (--for the NickToon TV series), "Comic Book Men" (4.7: 'Turtle Time', 2014) (f/ TMNT co-creator, Kevin Eastman); Fan Made: Cosplay, Fan Dubs (f/ Audio or music from: "Animaniacs", "Pinky and the Brain", "Tiny Toon Adventures" (--Google / Search)), Parodies (ex. CollegeHumor, Funny or Die, How It Should Have Ended, Screen Team (--f/ Cosplay); f/ songs from the musical / play, "Avenue Q": 1, 2) (--Note: I would love to see FMVs / Fan Dubs set to Nick toon series using: Flight of the Conchords: Songs / Clips from the band / duo's TV series: "If You're Into It" (w/ Donnie + Casey singing it to April *LMAO* Oh my god! Make it so!), "Bret, You've Got It Going On") (Maybe between Donnie + Casey or Mikey + Chris Bradford? I don't know! *Laughs*). --Also, more songs from "Avenue Q": "Schadenfreude", "It Sucks To Be Me"), Rap Battles, Versus (Other Characters or Fandoms / Characters / Teams)]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon] [Barnes and Noble] [eBay] [Etsy] [Google: "Costumes"] [Redbubble]
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WISH LIST

Comic Books:
Writer(s):
(Ex.) Brian Michael Bendis ("Jessica Jones: Alias", "Ultimate Spider-Man"), Kelly Sue Deconnick ("Captain Marvel"), Paul Dini (DCAU; "Zatanna"), Gail Simone ("Batgirl", "Birds of Prey", "Wonder Woman"), Joss Whedon ("Astonishing X-Men")

Films:
Directors / Writers:
(Ex.) Paul Feig ("Freaks and Geeks", "Other Space"; "Spy", "Ghostbusters"), Evan Goldberg / Seth Rogen ("This Is The End", "Preacher"), James Gunn ("Guardians of the Galaxy"), Phil Lord / Christopher Miller ("The Lego Movie", "22 Jump Street"), Tim Miller (Director - "Deadpool" --Writers: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick), Matthew Vaughn ("Kick-Ass", "Kingsman: The Secret Service"), Edgar Wright ("The Adventures of Tintin", "Ant-Man", "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World", "World's End"), Robert Zemeckis ("Back to the Future", "Who Framed Roger Rabbit", "The Polar Express")

TV Series (Current / Nick. Toon):
Guest Stars (Voice):
(Ex.) Jensen Ackles ("Batman: Under the Red Hood", "Supernatural"), Cristela Alonzo ("Cristela", "The Angry Birds Movie"), H. Jon Benjamin ("Archer", "Bob's Burgers"), Maria Canals-Barrera (DCAU / ex. "Justice League" / "Justice League Unlimited"; "Cristela"), Kevin Conroy (longtime voice of Bruce Wayne / Batman in various DCAU series, films, TV Series, etc.), Felicia Day ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer", "The Guild", "Supernatural", "Eureka"), Will Friedle (DCAU; "Kim Possible", "Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy"), Chris Hardwick, Gabriel Iglesias (Comedian / Various Stand-Up Specials), Jim Rash, Christy Carlson Romano ("Kim Possible"), Mark Sheppard ("Warehouse 13", "Supernatural", "Doctor Who"), Nicole Sullivan ("Kim Possible", "The Penguins of Madagascar"), Aisha Tyler ("Archer"), Wil Wheaton; (Voice cast of "The Venture Bros." --ex. Doc Hammer, Chris McCulloch, James Urbaniak; "Rick and Morty")
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Past Related Blog Entry:
[Spotlight] Franchise: "Kung Fu Panda" (Films, TV Series) (Post: 2/15) (--Note: Also, see list / section, 'More Animated Features, TV Series, and Videos about / inspired by Asian / Asian-American culture, history, and/or art')
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Recommend Reading:
Ninjas:
Manga: Series: "Naruto" (Written / Illustrated: Masashi Kishimoto; 1997 / 1999 - 2014 / 2015 / 2016 - Present, Japan) (English Publisher: Viz Media) (--Note: In this series, the word "shinobi" is used for / instead of ninja. --Very interesting the various classifications of shinobis by village / region, family / genetics, skill sets / techniques / hand signs, and levels / of experience / rankings.)

Recommend Watching:
Ninjas:
"MythBusters" (5.9: 'Walking on Water', 2007 --Ninja-Related Myths / Special 1; 6.16: 'Ninjas 2', 2008 --Special 2) [YT: 1, 2]
"Fight Science" (1.5: 'Stealth Fighters', 2008) (TV Series, Documentary) (Network: National Geographic) [YouTube]
"Deadliest Warrior" (1.3: 'Spartan vs. Ninja', 2009) (TV Series, Action / Game-Show / History) (Network: Spike TV) [YouTube]
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( Non-TMNT-Related)

News:
The A.V. Club: Newswire: "Fox might add cyborgs to 'Wolverine 3', because corporations aren't evil enough" (Post: 5/25); Run The Series: "The mutating X-men series offers an alternative Marvel Cinematic Universe" (Post: 6/2)

IMDB: Articles: "'Suicide Squad' Is No 'Deadpool': Warner Bros Film Lands PG-13 Rating" (Post: 6/8) (--Note: Adam Glass (writer / former executive produce the TV series, "Supernatural", wrote the first 19 issues of 'The New 52' series / title between 2011 - 2013.), (DCAU / Animated Feature) "'Batman: The Killing Joke' Will Play In Movie Theaters, Find Out Where And When" (Post: 6/8) (--FathomEvents.com; Note: Fuck Yes! Totally going to see that! Finally! A DCAU feature, or anything for that matter (--the good ones that don't include the post-'DC Nation' and "Young Justice" (TV) animated series ilks / likes of "Beware the Batman" (Thankfully, cancelled) and "Teen Titans Go!" (I know it's aimed at a younger audience, but it's too watered down and very little 'superheroing' to the point of being unwatchable - no point in watching. It's fun, light, quirky, but doesn't make those aspects work like in "Teen Titans" series did in that sort of near anime like way...) that we're currently stuck with because Cartoon Network were idiots about how YJ series was handled or lack there of...*Grumbles*--) (--Have yet to see the new / current, "DC Superhero Girls"--), on the big screen! *Woot Woot*) (Add: 6/8), "Tyler Hoechlin Takes Flight as Superman on 'Supergirl'" (Post: 6/16)

TV.com: Supergirl Community: Roll Call: "'Supergirl' Adds 5 New Characters in Season 2--What's It Mean for Cat Grant?" (Post: 6/8)

Release Dates:
TV:
(5/23): Cinemax: "Outcast" (Series Premiere) (Showrunner / Creator: Robert Kirkman) (Based on: The comic book series (Image Comics) by Kirkman + Paul Azaceta - 2014 - Present)

TV Schedule:
(6/15): NickToons: 3:00 PM / PST: New Episode(s Begin): "Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness" (2011 - Present); TNT: 10:00 PM (+ 11:30 PM): New: "AFI Lifetime Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Williams" (2016) (--Note: Will re-run / later air on TCM.)

Video:
IMDB: "No Small Parts" IMDB Exclusive: "Preacher" Star Dominic Cooper (Runtime: 00:01:57) (Post: 6/16?)

Watching: "Wonder Woman" (1.14: 'Wonder Woman in Hollywood', Year)

[Rec. List: Marvel Comics: Comics and Adaptations] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

Animation:
Television:
"X-Men: Evolution" (2000 - 2003)
"Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes" (2006 - 2007)
"Iron Man: Armored Adventures" (2008 - 2012, USA / Canada)
"Wolverine and the X-Men" (2008 - 2009)
"The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes" (2010 - 2012)
(Anime): "Blade" (2011 - 2012, USA / Japan) (Studio: Madhouse)
"Ultimate Spider-Man" (2012 - Present)
"Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H." (2013 - Present)
"Marvel's Avengers Assemble" (2013 - Present)

(Memo to Self) Need to Watch:
"Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy" (2015 - Present)

(Straight-to-) Video:
(Memo to Self) Need to Watch:
(Film): "Ultimate Avengers" (Geda / Gordon / Richardson, 2006)
(Film): "Ultimate Avengers II" (Meugniot / Sebast / Richardson, 2006)
(Film): "Doctor Strange" (Archibald / Oliva / Sebast / Paur, 2007)
(Film): "Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United" (Radomski / Riley, 2013)
(Film: Anime): "Iron Man: Rise of Technovore" (Hamazaki, 2013, Japan) (Studio: Madhouse)
(Film: Anime): "Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher" (Shimizu, 2014, USA / Japan) (Studio: Madhouse)
(Film): "Iron Man and Captain America: Heroes United" (Riley, 2014)

Books:
"Joss Whedon: The Complete Companion: The TV Series, the Movies, the Comic Books, and More: The Essential Guide to the Whedonverse" (PopMatters, 2012) (Revised + Updated Edition: 2015) (--Collection of Critical Essays)
"Joss Whedon, A Creative Portrait: From Buffy the Vampire Slayer to Marvel's The Avengers" (Lavery, 2013)

(Memo to Self) Need to Find / Read:
"Marvel Comics: The Untold Story" (Howe, 2013)
"Reading Joss Whedon (Television and Popular Culture)" (Editors: Wilcox / Cochran / Masson / Lavery, 2014)
"The Virtues of Captain America: Modern-Day Lessons on Character from a WWII Superhero" (White, 2014)
"Words for Pictures: The Art and Business of Writing Comics and Graphic Novels" (Bendis, 2014)
"Marvel Comics' Civil War and the Age of Terror: Critical Essays on the Comic Saga" (Author / Editor: Scott; 2015)
"A Philosopher Reads...Marvel's Civil War: Exploring the Moral Judgment of Captain America, Iron Man, and Spider-Man (Volume 1)" (White, 2016)

(Memo to Self) Can't Wait to Read:
"Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology" (Editor: Langley; 2016) (Release Date / USA: 5/17/16)
"Marvel's Captain America: Civil War: The Art of the Movie" (Marvel Comics, 2016) (Release Date / USA: 5/24/16)
"Marvel's Agent Carter: Season Two Declassified" (Miles, 2016) (Release Date / USA: 8/30/16)
"Marvel's Doctor Strange: The Art of the Movie" (Johnson, 2016) (Release Date / USA: 11/15/16)

Comics:
(Jessica Jones) "Alias" (2001 - 2004; Writer: Bendis; Artist: Gaydos) (Marvel Comics / (Marvel's) MAX)
(Collected Edition): "Captain America, Vol. 1: Winter Soldier - Ultimate Collection" (Writer: Brubaker; Artist: Epting / various; 2010)
"(Earth's Mightiest Hero:) Captain Marvel" (Writer: Kelly Sue DeConnick; Artists: Dexter Soy / various) (2012 - 2014)
(Marvel NOW!): "Black Widow" (Writer: Nathan Edmondson; Artist: Phil Noto) (2014 - 2015)
(Marvel NOW!): "Guardians of the Galaxy" (Writer: Brian Michael Bendis; Artist: McNiven / Various; 2014 - Present?)
(Marvel NOW!): "Legendary Star-Lord" (Writer: Sam Humphries; Artists: Medina / Williams / various; Years: 2014 - 2015?)
(Marvel NOW!): "Moon Knight" (Writers: Warren Ellis / various; Artists: Declan Shalvey / various; 2014 - 2015)
(Marvel NOW!): "Ms. Marvel" (Kamala Khan) (Writer: G. Willow Wilson; Artist: Adrian Alphona) (2014 - 2015)
(Marvel NOW!): (Collected Edition): "Nova" (Vol. 1: Origin) (Writer: Jeph Loeb; Artist: Ed McGuinness; 2014)
(Collected Edition): "Strange: The Doctor Is Out" (Writer: Mark Waid; Artist: Emma Rios / Tomm Coker; 2014) (--Collects: "Strange" (2009): Issues 1-4)
(Marvel NOW!): "Storm" (Writer: Greg Pak; Artist: Victor Inanez; 2015 - ?)
"Scarlet Witch" (Writer: James Robinson; Artist: Vanessa R. Del Rey; 2015 - Present)

(Memo to Self) Need to Find / Read:
(Collected Editions): "Runaways" (Writers: Brian K. Vaughn / various; Artists: Adrian Alphona / various; 2003 - 2015?) (--Note: Joss Whedon wrote issues 25-30 that are in Volume 2. --See: Wikipedia: Joss Whedon - Section: Career - 2000s - Marvel Comics)
(Collected Editons): "Astonishing X-Men" (First 24 Issues) (--Writer: Joss Whedon; Artist: John Cassaday; 2004 - 2008)
(Collected Edition): "Venom, Vol. 1" (Flash Thompson / (Agent) Venom) (Writer: Rick Remender; Artists: Moore / Fowler; 2012) (--Collects: Issues 1-5; --Note: "Venom by Rick Remender: The Complete Collection Volume 1" --Collects: "Venom" (2011): Issues 1-12 + 'Venom/Deadpool: What If': Issue 1)
(Collected Edition): "Jessica Jones - The Pulse: The Complete Collection" (Writer: Bendis; Artists: Bagley / Anderson / various; 2014)
(Collected Edition): "Winter Soldier: The Complete Collection" (Writer: Ed Brubaker; Artist: Guice / Lark; 2014)
(Collected Edition): "Marvel's Captain America: Civil War Prelude" (Writer: Pilgrim; Artist: Krudanski; 2016)

(Memo to Self) Can't Wait to Read:
(Collected Edition): "Scarlet Witch: Vol. 1: Witches' Road" (Writer: Robinson; Artist: Del Rey) (Release Date / USA: 7/19)
(Collected Edition): "Jessica Jones: Avenger" (Writer: Bendis; Artist: Gaydos; 2016) (Release Date / USA: 9/13)

Documentaries:
(Note: Also, see 'Television' section below for more.)
(TV Special): "Starz Inside: Comic Books Unbound" (2008)
(TV Mini-Series): "Pioneers of Television" (3.3: 'Superheroes', 2013) (f/ "The Incredible Hulk")
(TV Mini-Series): "Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle" (2013)

(Memo to Self) Need to Find / Watch:
(TV Special): "Comic Book Superheroes Unmasked" (Kroopnick, 2003) (Network: The History Channel)
(TV Special): "Starz Inside: Unforgettably Evil" (2009)

Films:
(Straight-to-) Video:
(Short): "Marvel One-Shot: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Thor's Hammer" (Leythum, 2011)
(Short): "Marvel One-Shot: The Consultant" (Leythum, 2011)
(Short): "Marvel One-Shot: Item 47" (D'Esposito, 2012)
(Short): "Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter" (D'Esposito, 2013)
(Short): "Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King" (Pearce, 2014)

(Memo to Self) Can't Wait to See:
"Venom" (Kurtzman, 2018) (Release Date / USA: TBA)

Music:
(Soundtrack: Various Artists): "Daredevil: The Album" (2003)
(Soundtrack: Various Artists): "The Punisher: The Album" (2004)
(Soundtrack: Various Artists): "The Avengers" (2012)
(Soundtrack: Various Artists + Orig. Score): "Guardians of the Galaxy" ('Deluxe') (Composer: Tyler Bates) (2014)

(Memo to Self) Need to Find:
(Soundtrack: Original Score): "The Avengers" (Composer: Alan Silvestri) (2012)
(Soundtrack: Original Score):  "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" (Composer: Henry Jackman) (2014)

Talk-Shows:
(TV Series: PBS?): "Ebert Presents at the Movies" (2010 - 2011) (Film Reviews -- Watch: YouTube - Search: Series Title / "Marvel")
(TV Series: PBS): "Just Seen It" (2011 - 2015) (Film Reviews -- Watch: YouTube - User: JustSeenItReviews - Search: "Marvel")
(TV Series: PBS): "On Story" (2011 - Present) (ex. 3.5: 'Constructing Comic Book Movies' 2013; 6.3: 'Zombies and Groot -- Bringing Comics to Life' 2016; 6.6: 'Daredevil: Behind the Screen' 2016) (--Note: More about this series: Google, Austin Film Festival, OnStory.tv, YouTube)

Television:
"The Incredible Hulk" (1978 - 1982)
"Agent Carter" (2015 - Present 2016)
(Documentary): "Marvel 75 Years: From Pulp to Pop!" (Knutson, 2014)
(Documentary): "Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe" (2014)

(Memo to Self) Need to Watch:
"(Marvel's) Daredevil" (2015 - Present) (Netflix)
"Jessica Jones" (2015 - Present) (Netflix)
(Documentary): "Marvel's Captain America: 75 Heroic Years" (Knutson, 2016)

(Memo to Self) Can't Wait to See:
"(Marvel's) Luke Cage" (2016 - Present) (Release Date / Series - Season Premieres / USA: 9/30/16; Netflix)
"(Marvel's) Cloak & Dagger" (2017 - ) (Release Date / Series Premiere / USA: TBA; Network: ABC?)
"The Defenders" (2017 - ) (Release Date / Series Premiere / USA: TBA; Netflix)
"(Marvel's) Iron Fist" (2017 - ) (Release Date / Series Premiere / USA: TBA; Netflix)

Videos:
Fan Made Videos:
YouTube: "The Avengers // Buffy the Vampire Slayer Opening" (Opening Credits, First Film), "The Avengers Intro - Firefly Style" (Opening Credits, First Film), "Avengers Meets Buffy" (Opening Credits, First Film; 'BtVS' theme / style), "Avengers -- Smallville Style" (--Opening Credits, "Avengers" -Whedon, 2012), "Iron Man Trilogy Music Video (Iron Man: Armored Adventures - Rooney)" (MCU w/ Theme Song from IM:AA.), "Ultron Funk - Avengers Age of Ultron Song Parody"; Users: CollegeHumor (Search: "Marvel"), How It Should Have Ended (Search: "Marvel"), Screen Team (Search: "Marvel") (--Note: They made the "Ultron Funk" video.)

Opening Credits / Theme Songs (TV Series / Animation):
YouTube: "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" (Artist / Music by: Rooney), "Spider-Man (-: The New Animated Series)" (2003), "Spider-Man Unlimited" (-Intro, 1080p HD) (1999 - 2001), "Wolverine and the X-Men" (--Cartoon Opening), "X-Men: Evolution" (--Opening Theme, Season 1)

Television / Clips:
YouTube: Search: "Robot Chicken" (Stop Motion Animated Series, 2005 - Present, Adult Swim / Cartoon Network) / Marvel Comics, "The Venture Bros." (2-D Animated Series, 2003 - Present, Adult Swim / Cartoon Network) (Makes various references / homages / parodies of / examples--) (Characters - Molotov Cocktease (~Natasha Romanov / Black Widow), Red Death (G.C.I.) (Voice: Clancy Brown) (~Red Skull), Dr. Entmann (~Hank Pym / Ant-Man), The Impossibles (Richard, Sally, Rocket; Ned, Cody) (~Fantastic Four) / Professor Richard Impossible (Revenge Society) (Voice: Stephen Colbert; Bill Hader) (--Impossible Industries) (~Bax Building), Dr. Byron Orpheus (~Doctor Strange), Rodney / The Action Man (~Steve Rogers / Captain America), Dr. Septapus (~Doctor Octopus), General Timothy Treister (O.S.I.) (~Captain America / Hulk), Baron Werner Underbheit (Revenge Society) (--Underland) (~Doctor Doom / Apocalypse), Brown Widow (Voice: Nathan Fillion) (~Spider-Man); Organization - O.S.I. (~S.H.I.E.L.D.); Season 6 - Crusaders Action League (~The Avengers) (--Note: Oh my gosh! You have got to get a load of Star & Garters! Hilarious parody of Captain America.), Venture Technologies (~sort of resembles the Avengers' headquarters / tower in the first "Avengers" film))
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(Marvel Comics-Related)

News:
IMDB: Article: ("Agent Carter": News) - "Agent Carter Canceled, ABC Passes on Marvel's Most Wanted" (--the spin-off series of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.") (Post: 5/12) (--Note: Wow. There sure are a lot of series getting cancelled lately: "Castle", "The Family", "The Muppets", and "Nashville" on ABC. It's normal for show to get cancelled on networks whether they're new or not. But, gosh... Wish Nathan Fillion the best of luck of finding another show to star in and/or has more opportunities to do film work. --Well, according to IMDB, he's got a couple of films for this year and another for 2017 at least. Looking forward to catching Fillion in "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" (Gunn, 2016)! This time, not just doing a voice for some random background character like in the 2014 film.) (Add: 5/12); 'X-Men' Guide: "Top 8 X-Men Movies as Ranked by IMDB Users" (Post: 5/18?); "'X-Men' Guide" (Post: 5/24?)


(Non-Marvel Comics-Related)

Activity:
IMDB: Poll: Greatest TV Villains of All Time (Post: 5/11?)

Books:
"Joss Whedon: Conversations (Television Conversation Series)" (Editor: Lavery / Burkhead; 2011)

Famous Birthdays:
(5/12): (Actors): Emily VanCamp (30) (Sharon Carter / Agent 13 - Marvel Cinematic Universe), Domhall Gleeson (33) ("The Revenant") (--Note: He played Bill Weasley in both parts of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" -Yates, 2010, 2011, USA / UK and the short film / video, "Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts" -Coup, 2014)
(5/18): (Actor / Writer): Tina Fey (46)
(6/2): (Actors): Morena Baccarin (37) ("Gotham", "Deadpool"), Dominic Cooper (38) ("Preacher"), Wentworth Miller (44) ("DC's Legends of Tomorrow"), Zachary Quinto (39) ("Star Trek Beyond"), Jewel Staite (34) ("Firefly")

Images:
IMDB: Gallery: Seeing Double: Celebrity Doppelgangers (Post: 5/24?) (--Note: Last week, while I was watching episodes of the "Batman" TV series from the 1960's on Decades, it seemed that Frank Gorshin (as The Riddler) (--the marathon on the network was a tribute / look at his work on the anniversary of the actor-comedian's death, 5/17/2005--) looks sort of like Tom Hiddleston. The latter could pass as a (taller) celeb. doppelganger of Gorshin in a way...) (Add: 5/24)

Lists:
IMDB: Scary Good: "Top Horror TV Series From the Last 25 Years (as Ranked by IMDB Users)" (Post: 5/11?)

News:
IMDB: Articles: "'Supergirl' Lands at the CW for Season 2" (Post: 5/12), "ABC Orders Time After Time to Series, Pitting H.G. Wells vs. Jack the Ripper" (Post: 5/12), "Brie Larson the Frontrunner to Play Captain Marvel (Exclusive)" (Post: 6/1) (--Note: In a past entry (on my LJ here), [Spotlight] Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel (Marvel Comics) (Post: 12/30/14), I did on Captain Marvel, I featured info. about the character and lists of casting ideas and what I would like to see in the movie like characters, places, directors, etc.) (--Casting Idea / New Top Picks (For Now): ex. Kristen Bell, Katie Cassidy, Lauren Cohan, Emily Deschanel, Anne Dudek, and Maggie Lawson. --New Edition To Gen. List: Rose McIver - "iZombie") (Add: 6/2)

Trivia:
IMDB: Trivia: (Film: Animation): "Finding Nemo" (Stanton / Unkrich, 2003) (ex. what the word "nemo" means in Latin) (Add/Post: 6/2)

TV Schedule:
(5/9): Decades: 5:00 AM - Tues. 4:00 or 5:00 AM: Marathon: 'Decades Honors Comic Book Heroes / Icons' (features early / various episodes from classic comic book based TV Series: "The Adventures of Superman" (1952 - 1958), "Batman" (1966 - 1968), "The Green Hornet" (1966 - 1967), "Wonder Woman" (1975 - 1979); + Special: "Hollywood Rivals" / Episode: 'Batman and Superman')

Videos:
YouTube: FMVs: Trailers: "The Avengers UK (Potter, Doctor, Sherlock, Bond, Harkness)", Avengers UK - Trailer (Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Craig, Matt Smith, Daniel Radcliffe)", "UK Avengers Assemble" (Potter, Doctor, Sherlock, Bond, Harkness) (--Note: Google Search + DeviantArt: "Avengers UK"; Pretty cool idea. Thinking of these fandoms as an Avengers team. Would make a pretty damn bitchin' / sick / sweet film. Totally pay to see that on the big screen! I know it would never happen, but still! *Squee* Ooh! If not a film, maybe an live-action or animated TV Series and/or comic book / graphic novel series possibly? If the latter, not using "Avengers" in the title, maybe the title could be inspired by / a take on Alan Moore comics series, "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (--who are like an "Avengers UK" of sorts but for classic European / British literature--), or something like that... --Could be great to work in the characters from "Merlin" (TV Series, BBC) in there too. Despite the timeline differential...) (Add: 5/12)

Tags:

Researching: "Green Hornet"

[The Green Hornet] _ (ENTRY: WORK IN PROGRESS)

TV Schedule:
(Today): Decades: Repeats: 7:00 - 8:00 AM, 1:00 - 2:00 PM, 7:00 - 8:00 PM, (Fri.) 1:00 - 2:00 AM: "The Green Hornet" (TV Series, 1966 - 1967) (Original Network: ABC) (Cast features: Bruce Lee as Kato)
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General Information:
[Google ("The Venture Bros.": Character: The Blue Morpho --Note: See 'Videos' section below for explanation / more info.)] [Wikipedia (--Character)] [IMDB: Character: The Green Hornet (--Films / Serials + TV Series)] [International Catalogue of Superheroes] [Grand Comics Database (--Comic Books)] [Comic Vine] [Green Hornet Wiki] [TV Tropes.org: Franchise] [DC Comics.com] [Dynamite Entertainment (--Comics)]

News:
[ComicsAlliance] [Comics Continuum] [Comic Book Resources] [Geeks of Doom] [GeekTyrant] [The Huffington Post: Article: "Why The Green Hornet's Kato Matters" (Post: 1/14/11) (--Review of the 2011 film)] [io9: Article: "The forgotten history of Green Hornet" (Post: 1/13/11)]

Fan Sites:
[Discussion / Forums: Reddit] [Fan Reviews / Recommendations: goodreads (--Comic Books)] [Google: "Podcasts", "Tumblr"]

Art:
[DeviantArt (Cosplay)]

Images:
[Flickr]

Videos:
[Hulu] [Vimeo] [YouTube: Radio Show, Film Serials (1940's), TV Series (1966 - 1967), Comic Books, (Excluding: 2011 Film); "The Venture Bros." (TV Series / Animation, 2003 - Present, Adult Swim): Season 6 / The Blue Morpho (--The series' homage / parody / take of the Green Hornet. (Won't spoil Season 6 in case anyone hasn't seen it yet. Especially how the character is developed, explored, and revealed.) --Their version of Kato, Kano, is featured in various episodes here and there throughout the show. Post-team/work with the original Blue Morpho and duirng and after his time with the original Team Venture.)]

Fanfiction:
[Archive of Our Own]

Shop:
[Amazon] [Barnes and Noble] [eBay] [Etsy] [Factory Entertainment] [OTR(Old Time Radio).Net(work) Library (Beta)] [Redbubble] [TCM (Turner Classic Movies).com / Shop] [Zoot Radio - Free Old Time Radio Downloads (mp3 files)]
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Further Reading:
Book:
"The Green Hornet: A History of Radio, Motion Pictures, Comics and Television" (Grams Jr., 2016) (1/11/16) [Amazon]
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(Non-Green Hornet-Related)

Events:
(Today): National Superhero Day (Info / Source: Toon Zone, Google / Search) (--Note: For some comic books and/or adaptations to check out today, here's a rec. list I posted last month of DC/Vertigo Comics.)

Recommendations:
Films:
(Short: 8 mins.): "George Lucas in Love" (Nussbam, 1999) [IMDB] [YouTube] (--Note: Rec. watching (for (or not) Star Wars Day, 5/4). Hilarious! Saw this years ago and just remembered to re-rec.)

TV Schedule:
(5/4): Science Channel: 3:00 PM (+ Thurs. 12:04 AM) / PST: Repeat: "Raiders, Raptors & Rebels: Behind the Magic of ILM" (Documentary) (2015) (--Note: After that special, from 4:00 - 6:00 PM: "MythBusters" (2 episodes, "Star Wars" specials). --Also, check out: (Documentary): "Industrial Light & Magic: Creating the Impossible" (Iwerks, 2010).)

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