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Action Lab Entertainment Acquires Digital Distribution With ComiXology

2012 has been a great year for Action Lab Entertainment, and now things have been taken to new levels of excitement for digital comic readers.

Starting November 14th, Action Lab Entertainment makes its digital debut with one of the most popular digital comic book distributors in the market, ComiXology.

The first Action Lab book to make its launch on ComiXology will be Princeless. The two-time 2012 Eisner Nominated and three-time 2012 Glyph Award-winning series comes to ComiXology with the full release of the entire run from Volume One, written by Jeremy Whitley and featuring art by M. Goodwin...

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John De Lancie of ‘Star Trek’ and Kevin Eastman, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Co-Creator, Added To Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con Celebrity Lineup

De Lancie Seventh ‘TNG’ Star For 25th Reunion At New Orleans Ernest N.
Morial Convention Center; Stewart, Anderson Will Not Attend

NEW YORK and NEW ORLEANS, November 13, 2012 – John de Lancie, who portrayed “Q” on several iterations of the legendary “Star Trek” franchise, and Kevin Eastman, co-creator of the wildly popular “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” have been added to the roster of guests attending Wizard World New Orleans Comic Con, Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, 2012, at New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.  De Lancie joins six other “Star Trek: The Next Generation” cast members in the 25th reunion of the iconic TV series.

Both are scheduled to attend all three days, will meet fans, sign autographs and pose for photo ops...

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Help Wanted

Ok, we don’t actually know that the TMNTs are currently hiring. This could be an old sign. We recommend that you double check before dropping down any manhole covers. However, we do know someone that is! Us! That’s right, Geek-o-Rama is looking for one, possibly two new reviewers to join us.

Not sure if you would be a good fit? Take this little quiz and let’s find out.

Q1: Do you like geeky things?
Q2: Do you have a solid grasp of the English language?
Q3: Do you like to share your opinions with anyone who will listen?
Q4: Do you have a few hours each month that you can dedicate to reviewing geeky things?
Q5: Do you like pizza?
Q6: Are you willing to write reviews for nothing more than the joy of sharing your opinions and receiving the review materials?
Q7: Would you like to see your name...

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Finally, Proof of the Infamous Lost Silent Hitchcock Film!

Alfred Hitchcock’s Personal Collection Of 59 Photographs Are The Long Desired Proof That The Mountain Eagle Existed

The Photographs Will Be Up For Auction From Profiles In History

LOS ANGELES-  Profiles in History, run by Joe Maddalena, is proud to announce that a collection of 59 film stills that belonged to Alfred Hitchcock and the only existing evidence of The Mountain Eagle, one of his last silent films, will be on the auction block at “Drama, Action, Romance- The Hollywood Auction.” The auction will take place December 15 & 16 in Los Angeles.This previously unknown, extraordinary collection of (59) special oversize photos are for two of Alfred Hitchcock’s most important silent films, The Mountain Eagle (1926) and The Manxman (1929), two of the most searched for lost film...

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Concrete Park Creators Bring Comic Book Skills, Media Savvy to Belize as part of “Concrete Park Earth Tour.”

Screenwriter Tony Puryear (Eraser), TV star Erika Alexander (The Cosby Show, Living Single) and her brother, sci-fi writer Robert Alexander, the creators of the hit Dark Horse Comics series Concrete Park, conducted a series of “comic book clinics” for high school and college students in Belize from Oct. 26th to Oct. 30th. It’s all part of an ambitious, larger agenda to spread the gospel of comics around the developing world.

Los Angeles, CA – Nov. 9, 2012 – Comics creators Tony Puryear, Erika Alexander and Robert Alexander are taking their show on the road. As the team behind the gritty sci-fi graphic novel, Concrete Park, serialized in the pages of Dark Horse Presents, they spin stories that deal with issues of race, poverty and exile...

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