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The #Binquirer: Mar. 14 Edition


By Zak Edwards
March 14, 2014 - 17:06

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of the #Binquirer, where we give you the news roundup you want about your favourite TV, Movies, and of course Comic Books. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we'll provide you with the biggest news in easily digestible chunks. Want to know more? Just click on the links provided!

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Comics and Books
Wolverine has just gotten an expiry date. Marvel has announced a Logan-centric event called 3 Months to Die that will count down to the character's possible death in September. More at CBR.

Want to read an essay on the history of the Quidditch World Cup by J.K. Rowling? Well, it's available for free on Pottermore. More at Deadline.

June will also mark the debut of a new series for the Hulk. Savage Hulk will take a similar continuity-light approach as Savage Wolverine and will feature Alan Davis and Jim Starlin as creators. More at Marvel.

Diamond Comics has released some stats on comic sales in February. They were down overall, not surprising for the time of year, with Marvel leading the market shares. More at Bleeding Cool.

Television
Constantine has released its first image of John Constantine in full costume. He's missing his signature cigarette but looks great. A good costume does not a Hellblazer make, however. More at CBR.

Doctor Who has a new foe in the form of a banker. Keeley Hawes will play one of the new Doctor's first villains in the next season. More at the BBC.

Remember Minkus from Boy Meets World? Well, he will be back for an episode in Girl Meets World, a show where we all pretend kids will be watching and not adults. More at E! News.

Louie is coming back, on May 5 to be exact. The critical hit comedy starring Louie CK will have fourteen episodes in its new season. More at the AV Club.

Netflix has released some teaser images of the next season of Orange is the New Black. The next season of the black comedy will available on June 6. More at the AV Club.

Dreamworks is set to release some new content over Netflix. Three new animated series, King Julien, Puss in Boots, and VeggieTales, will be released sometime in late 2014. More at Deadline.

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Film
Sebastian Stan, the man playing the Winter Soldier in the next Captain America film, has a nine picture deal with Marvel. Speculations will ensue, but my money is on him replacing Chris Evans after he grows weary of playing the same character over and over again. More at Newsarama.

Speaking of Captain America, the franchise's third installment has set a familiar release date: May 6, 2016, the same release date as Superman vs. Batman. So we'll see how that works out. More at the Hollywood Reporter.

First star Sacha Baron Cohen, now director Dexter Fletcher, the Queen movie is having its fair share of departures. The former director of a film about Freddy Mercury has left, citing creative differences. More at Deadline.

Video Games
The Infinite Crisis videogame has now entered open beta. The free-to-play MOBA will feature all your favourite DC characters. More at Infinite Crisis' website.


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