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Let's Wildly Speculate That Cartoon Network Is Making a New Justice League Series

A Reddit user took the above photo at what appears to be a Warner Bros. Animation office of some kind. As you can see, the posters include current Cartoon Network series like Teen Titans Go, but also recently announced upcoming series such as Bunnicula and Be Cool Scooby-Doo. Then there’s a few that haven’t been… »9/03/15 9:00am19 minutes ago

Hell Comes to the Underdark in D&D's New Rage of Demons Campaign

It feels like Wizards of the Coast has been relying a little too much on their demon lords as the Big Bads in their adventures and campaigns the last few years. Demon fatigue—it’s a thing! But if you’re going to stick with the demon theme, then what the hell—use all of the demons. And that’s exactly what WotC is doing… »9/03/15 8:00amToday 8:00am

Today's Best Media Deals: Mad Max Anthology, Legend of Korra, and More

If you enjoyed Mad Max: Fury Road, but want to get caught up on the original trilogy, Amazon’s selling an anthology with all four films, plus a Madness of Max documentary. $48 is the lowest preorder price Amazon’s offered so far, and if it drops any further prior to release, you’ll automatically get the best deal. [… »9/03/15 7:45amToday 7:45am

Are We Getting Too Many New Television Shows For Our Own Good?

Call it the summer of television’s discontent. There’s been an unusually high amount of studio meddling in upcoming TV series this summer. Shows have been retooled, showrunners have been fired, blood has been spilled. And the reason may be that television studios are just producing too much content now. »9/02/15 5:30pmYesterday 5:30pm

Watch Drunk History Slur Its Way Through An Explanation of the Big Bang Theory

Comedy Central’s hilarious Drunk History—a show in which comedians get sloppy-drunk and share historical tales, which then are acted out by sober actors who earnestly lip-sync every slurred line of dialogue—kicked off its third season last night with a little special something for science geeks. »9/02/15 4:11pmYesterday 4:11pm

The Science Fiction and Fantasy Books You Can’t Afford to Miss in September!

The summer beach reads are finished—but the book party is just getting started! This month’s science fiction and fantasy must-reads include Terry Pratchett’s final Discworld novel, plus new books from Stephen Baxter, Seanan McGuire, Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood. And Star Wars and Star Trek! »9/02/15 3:42pmYesterday 3:42pm