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     The Death Note franchise started out as a Japanese manga series in 2003 and has since evolved into an anime TV show and a trilogy of live-action movies inspiring soundtrack albums, video games and spin-off novels.

     Director Shane Black, adored once more after the success of Iron Man 3, is still hoping to direct an english language version of this beloved cult supernatural thriller.  In the meantime you can watch the first live-action installment right here right now – prepare to become a fan…

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Lily Wight

     Updated 27/11/2015

     Here’s something to keep you busy until Episode VII: The Force Awakens!

     Star Wars: The Complete Vader is an excellent coffee table book from Random House at a bargain price!

     There are plenty of glossy images, pullouts and keepsakes with a surprisingly thorough text, so even hardcore Star Wars fans should see or read something new 🙂

     A heartily recommended time waster.

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Amazing Tim Burtonesque Pokémon. A perfect start for a Gothic October!

 

Banana Scoop

Crazy awesome artist Hatboy, had combined something truly awesome.  Tim Burton gothic style art and Pokemon.  Luckily, this guy is from my generation and he seems to be using the first 150 as his content material.  As you can see from above, he takes a popular Pokemon type and redraws them with Tim Burton trademark creepy features and distinct art style…I can’t seem to find another word for it besides gothic and I keep wanting to use Corpse Bridey/Nightmare Before Christmasy.  You can check out the entire gallery through his link where he does way more than some of the ones I featured here.  Go on below to check out the rest of my favorites.

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