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'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' was a modest hit last night, by TV standards... But what if it was a movie? We did the math, and found out exactly how much money it would have made: Read More...

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CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR FACES

I'll admit, not much happened this weekend. Was everyone too busy with football, the Emmys and GTA V to do newsworthy things? Probably. In any case, here are some important things that happened last weekend. You probably missed them. Welcome to the Daily Geek.

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by Katherine Erlikh

It's Friday, and we've all mysteriously and magically managed to survive until the weekend again. That's a relief, isn't it? Here's your Daily Geek for today! Read More...

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by Katherine Erlikh

Somehow, mysteriously, it is Thursday again. We hope you've got your towel... argh! What is this? Talk Like a Pirate Day? Where's the rum?

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As announced on Deadline today, Marvel Studios may - or may not - be exploring an Agent Carter TV series, as a follow-up to 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Mainly because kids go nuts for anything with the word "Agent" in the title. [Side-Note: The Agent Dead? Call Kirkman later today.] Well, we've got a sneak peek at what might be the bold new direction for Marvel, below: Read More...

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With Marvel and DC (and largely Image as well) sitting out this year's New York Comic-Con, this is your chance to see some of the other publishers shine during one of the East Coast's biggest shows.

After the jump, we've got our recommendations for panels you should definitely check out, packed to the brim with creators and announcements.

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CHECK OUT ALL OF MTV'S FALL PREVIEWS HERE!

...AND BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OUR MOST ANTICIPATED COMIC BOOKS OF THE FALL HERE!

This Autumn not only brings an amazing assortment of new comic books, but an equally incredible array of bookshelf-worthy original works and collected editions (for those who like their sequential art in sturdier formats).  So following up on the list of our 10 Most Anticipated New Comics, I also want to offer up my list of Fall's Half-Dozen Most Anticipated Graphic Novels! Read More...

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The internet is all abuzz about the possibility of a Marvel produced, Katee Sackhoff starring 'Captain Marvel' movie... And over at MTV Geek, we're pretty giddy about the possibility, too. The thing is, though... We want this thing to get made. So here's our ten steps for making a 'Captain Marvel' movie: Read More...

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It's somehow Monday again! Here is a roundup of all the things you may have missed while you were too busy watching football last weekend.

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It's time to up the "geeky" in your life! That's why MTV Geek, along with our pals at AllPosters.com are giving you a chance to win a prize pack filled with geeky t-shirts, tin signs, and an amazing DC Comics' framed poster!.

Find out how to enter below:

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Each week, Matt Wilson, co-host of the War Rocket Ajax podcast and author of the brand new Supervillain Field Manual, examines a major comic news item and reviews a few selections among the week's comic book releases.

This week, Marvel "Daredevil" writer Mark Waid announced he and his partner bought a stake in Alter Ego Comics, a comic shop in Muncie, Indiana. Read More...

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Infinity #2 (by Jonathan Hickman, Jerome Opeña, Dustin Weaver and Justin Ponsor)

At this point, two issues into Marvel's mega-crossover, the one word I'd use to describe Jonathan Hickman's "Infinity" is 'big'. A big cast. Big ideas. Big battles. Big consequences.  This is Hickman taking approaches that he's used and perfected in his last few years at Marvel – creative reinterpretation of established history, character-based high concepts, bizarre science-adventure – and blending them into one multi-layered story.  The action takes place on numerous fronts: all across Earth, on various occupied planets, and in deep space.  There's a half-dozen story threads, each with its own distinct cast of characters.  And as all these elements build and develop, they're being inextricably drawn together. Read More...

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The first day of school is a daunting task no matter what grade you’re heading into. It’s the day that defines the rest of your year. If you wear the wrong shirt, say something stupid or pick the worst lunch table – face it, you’re life is over. That’s of course, if you don’t have a best friend by your side to make it all better. That’s why it’s important to choose wisely on that first day of school, find the person who’s going to make the worst days fly by. If no one in your school fits the bill, pick one of these geeky guys and gals: Read More...

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Summer has come and passed, and many punk bands are settling in for their upcoming month-long naps. But, get this - that doesn't matter, because it's time for another Daily Geek, telling you all the things you didn't know you needed to know.

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This is how it's done.

There's a lot of baggage that comes with any big Marvel mutant event.  There's a lot of history and continuity to deal with, there's a long lineage of huge earth-shattering X-crossovers to live up to, and there's a lot of tropes that are, by the very nature of the proceedings, bound to crop up.  Cyclops will get dour and self-important, Wolverine will act tough, Storm will be conflicted, there'll be a lot of emotional dialogue and at least one big old-fashioned fight scene.

Going into 'X-Men: Battle of the Atom' #1, Brian Bendis is well aware of that, and manages to simultaneously play to all those expectations while standing them on their head.  Last year, he rejiggered mutant continuity when he launched All-New X-Men, a title that [SPOILER] brought the original Lee/Kirby quintet of X-Men into the present day to fight alongside their modern counterparts.  And in this issue, he uses those same elements to create wonderful new twists on the familiar X-family dynamics, while using his keen grasp of storytelling structure to pull in his audience and make sure they're invested in the madness to come.

The book kicks off with a quick intro, hinting at what's about to ensue, and building suspense.  Then, there's a recap page to bring us up to speed with what's going on in the X-Men books (SPOILER: mutants and regular humans don't always get along), and immediately thereafter we're launched full speed into the main story. Read More...

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