Not only has WeLoveFine, makers of some of our favorite geeky tees, landed the license to make official shirts based on the terrific Disney Channel animated series, "Gravity Falls," but the company is looking for some killer new designs from YOU!

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Guillermo del Toro sat down with MTV News' Josh Horowitz for an exclusive commentary about that glorious "Pacific Rim" trailer that stomped our heads (and cities) in yesterday.

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Brian Michael Bendis and "X-Men" editor Nick Lowe chat about their hopes, fears and plans for "All-New X-Men" in our latest episode of "Marvel NOW!: Behind the ReEvolution."

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GET ON IT, DISNEY! I support this.

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BBC unveiled the first official poster and a big, toothy look at a creature from the 2012 "Doctor Who" Christmas Special "The Snowmen." "The Snowmen," sends The Doctor and his new companion Clara on a mission to save Christmas from the evil Dr. Simeon and his army of snowy hench-snowman (snow-henchmen?).

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- MALEKITH! Here's your first look at Christopher Eccleston as the baddie in the upcoming "Thor: The Dark World."

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- SANDY! As the East Coast prepares for Hurrican Sandy's wrath, the internet has - of course - supplied us with a bunch of memes.-

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A High Moon Studios rep and Deadpool joined MTV Geek's Steven Smith during MTV Geek to talk about video game Deadpool, Deadpool's face, Lady Deadpool, Clint Eastwood's The Deadpool. There is maybe more word-for-word Deadpool talk in this video than in any Deadpool video before or possibly after.*

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The Valiant relaunch keeps on chugging along, from sold-out copies of the first issue of X-O Manowar to a reborn Harbinger series. While X-O was the cornerstone of the (then) modern Valiant U's nexus of action and extraterrestrial sci-fi, and Harbinger explored the evolution of humanity, Bloodshot gave rise to the fusion of man and machine in that universe, ultimately spurring on the "Blood of Heroes" which would later power characters like Rai (yeah, I know Rai predates Bloodshot, but continuity-wise... look, let's move on).

Now writer Duane Swierczynski has taken the reins on a new series featuring the character's reintroduction to readers after a decade and some change out of the public eye. Is it a tale of military intrigues gone wrong? A hitman at the wrong place or the wrong time? Swierczynski's not giving much away as Raymond Garrison (or is it Angelo Mortalli) becomes a weapon of war—or something else entirely—in Bloodshot #1 on sale in July.

MTV Geek: How did you come aboard the book? What attracted you to the character?

Duane Swierczynski: If you had wandered by the outdoor seating area of a certain Thai restaurant at last summer’s San Diego Comic-Con, you could have eavesdropped on [Executive Editor] Warren Simons and I starting to hatch the whole thing, riffing and giggling like maniacs. Come to think of it, Rob Liefeld wandered by, and much later, via Twitter, told me he thought we were up to no good… Anyway, I worked with Warren on a few comics at Marvel—the post-Brubaker/Fraction run on Immortal Iron Fist, a Werewolf By Night MAX mini-series, and was eager to work with him again. After he joined Valiant, I was pretty much all over him like chiffon on a bridesmaid. Read More...

Check out these Gladiator-esque clips from this weekend's brand new ThunderCats episode The Pit!
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 This past weekend in Chicago at C2E2 2012, we had the pleasure of chatting with Captain Jack Harkness himself, John Barrowman. The star of Torchwood and Doctor Who gamely showed up at ten in the morning on a Sunday, and still brought his boundless energy and enthusiasm out to talk about why he thinks there should be another series of Torchwood, where he thinks it should go… And why there will, in fact, be a follow-up to last year’s “Miracle Day” mini-series.

First up, we chatted about whether he would want to don Captain Jack’s coat again (though honestly, who wouldn’t?) We’ve heard that Eve Myles – who co-stars in the series as Gwen Cooper – would be interested, but here’s the official word from Barrowman:

C2E2 2012: John Barrowman Talks Captain Jack and More 'Torchwood'

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By Danica Davidson

"Joe Golem and the Drowning City," a new novel from Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, is going to get its own limited edition hardcover release. Dark Horse, the company publishing it, is only going to be printing 1,000 copies of this edition, and its release date is September 26.

You don’t need to buy the limited edition to read the book, but it’s the limited edition that has the cool extras. There will be special illustrations in it from Mignola and a signature plate with autographs from both Mignola and Golden. Bookworms take heed: it will also include the story “Joe Golem and the Copper Girl” which has not been published before. Read More...

This is Yen Press's week to shine, with a very nice lineup of continuing series and two new ones. First up is the graphic adaptation of Gail Carriger's Soulless, the story of a Victorian vampire fighter, illustrated by the incomparable rem. This is the first book in Carriger's Parasol Protectorate series, and Yen has three volumes planned. The other new series is vol. 1 of Is This a Zombie?, the story of a zombie high school boy who accidentally becomes a chainsaw-weilding magical girl. If you like zombies, chainsaws, and pink, frilly dresses, then this is the manga for you. Read More...

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