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  1. All Good Things "Star Trek"

    Check out Salvation before you drop it. Season 1 should be on there & Season 2 just started a few weeks ago.
  2. All Good Things "Star Trek"

    Same here though I wish they'd drop it all at once like Netflix.
  3. 44 min into the first show & I'm wondering if he can coach Special Teams at the NFL level....
  4. All Things Star Wars Thread SDCC 2018: STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS TO RETURN WITH NEW EPISODES DAVE FILONI TALKS EXCLUSIVELY TO STARWARS.COM ABOUT FINISHING THE CLASSIC ANIMATED SERIES ON DISNEY’S DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER STREAMING SERVICE. Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back. Let that sink in. Because you helped make it happen with your love for the series and unwavering support. Just announced by Dave Filoni at San Diego Comic-Con during a 10th anniversary celebration of the beloved animated series, Star Wars: The Clone Wars will be returning with 12 all-new episodes on Disney’s direct-to-consumer streaming service. Created by George Lucas, the show first aired in 2008 and became an entry point into Star Wars for an entire generation, following fan-favorites like Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and Padmé Amidala, while introducing major new characters like Jedi Padawan Ahsoka Tano and Captain Rex. Its stories were complex, its heroes and villains were perfectly imperfect, and its look was captivatingly beautiful. It became a multi-Emmy winner and is now regarded as essential Star Wars. But it was never finished. The Clone Wars ended after five broadcast seasons — just as Ahsoka left the Jedi Order. A few post-Season Five episodes were later released as “The Lost Missions,” but the story wasn’t over. Fans have clamored for Disney and Lucasfilm to finish what was started ever since. And now it’s actually happening. recently caught up with Filoni, supervising director and shepherd of the series, to discuss the shocking return of The Clone Wars. You can also check out the trailer above, which debuted at the panel, and a striking new poster below. Did you ever think this would be possible? That we’d get here? Dave Filoni: No. I didn’t, I really didn’t. What can you say about the fans’ enthusiasm over the years and, really, their role in making this happen? Dave Filoni: Well, thankfully, their enthusiasm is relentless. Their love of these characters and stories hasn’t diminished. I actually think their voice has gotten louder as the years have gone by. It’s been very humbling to have their support and to have people continue to hashtag me, “#SaveTheCloneWars.” To you personally, what does it mean to get to finish it? Dave Filoni: Personally, it’s very rewarding. Any opportunity to put the final pieces of the story in place is meaningful as a storyteller. I’m happy for the opportunity to define these things and the end of this part of the Clone War. It also makes me reflect on all the people that I got to work with over the years. It reinforces the things I learned from George. It reminds me of the important elements that go into making Star Wars. So, it’s nice on several levels, and I think for the crew that’s still here that worked on Clone Wars, they feel that, as well. What do you think it is, 10 years later now, that made this show resonate so much with people, and made it stick with them, and gave it the strength to come back? Dave Filoni: I think the variety of stories was a big part of it. You also can’t underestimate how important it was that so many people grew up with the show. Clone Wars was a piece of Star Wars that older fans might have, initially, not taken seriously because it was animated, but that wasn’t a barrier for kids. They loved the clones and identified with them. Ahsoka gave kids a character that was like them — someone their age that was experiencing life’s challenges and learning along the way. Plus, having a new episode each week really allowed us to explore what was going on with the new and legacy characters in a dynamic way, including Anakin and Obi-Wan. I think the stories left an indelible impression and, of course, George knew it would. He always knew.
  5. The Official "DC" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    I think that's where they're heading. It may be that some of those properties streaming rights on other networks/apps/appworks? are close to expiring & they'll add them at that point.
  6. The Official "DC" Thread (Movies,Comics etc)

    The DC Universe is making its big promotional push during San Diego Comic-Con 2018 - and along with the release of the first Titans trailer, we also got a first look at the actual details of DC's new streaming service - including the all-important detail of how much it costs. Here's the breakdown: A year-long subscription for DC Universe will run you $74.99, plus whatever sales tax is applicable in your state. If you want to take it slow, you can do a monthly subscription, it will cost you $7.99 a month. The monthly subscription ultimately comes out to be about $95 a year - probably closer to $100 when you factor in taxes in a lot of states. It's a good play for DC/Warner Bros. either way, but the real measure will be seeing if there is enough brand power left in DC Entertainment to generate a healthy amount of annual subscriptions, up front. The next measure will be seeing what the drop-off rate is in monthly subscribers in a six month to year-long span. You can read the full details of the DC Universe service in the press release below - let us know in the comments what you think about the pricing. DC UNIVERSE DIGITAL SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER First DC UNIVERSE Original - Titans Releases First Trailer to Celebrate Pre-Order Launch! Annual Memberships On Sale for $74.99 Pre-Order by July 22, 2018 for a Chance to Win Two Tickets to the Highly Anticipated Aquaman Premiere Batman Beyond, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, and Justice League the Animated Series Join Digital Service Line Up Pre-Order available at as well as at DC Booth at SDCC Fans looking to experience the first-of-its-kind digital subscription service that is DC UNIVERSE are one step closer today. Slated for release in fall 2018, fans in the United States can now pre-order DC UNIVERSE at for the yearly membership fee of $74.99 (plus tax, if applicable in your state). Monthly memberships will be available at launch for $7.99 a month. To celebrate today’s pre-order availability, DC UNIVERSE and Warner Bros. Television released a first-look at the upcoming exclusive original series Titans with the trailer premiere.The highly-anticipated series will debut on the digital service in the fall of 2018. In addition, more fan-favorite DC library content has been confirmed for the DC UNIVERSE line-up, including Batman Beyond (1999), Justice League the animated series (2001-04) and Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008-11). As an added pre-order bonus, DC UNIVERSE is offering The Aquaman Premiere Sweepstakes*. Fans who pre-order between Thursday, July 19 (9:30 a.m. PT) and Sunday, July 22 (5 p.m. PT) will be automatically entered for a chance to win two tickets to the U.S. premiere of the Warner Bros. Pictures film Aquaman in December 2018. Comic-Con attendees who visit the DC booth #1915 and pre-order, will receive an exclusive collectible t-shirt. Fans can also visit the DC UNIVERSE Experience at the Hilton San Diego Gaslamp Quarter to immerse themselves in content from the upcoming service and literally walk through the new originals, beloved classics and iconic comics. 2COMMENTS Fans who pre-order a yearly membership before the service’s launch in fall 2018 will get an additional three months of DC UNIVERSE for free. Annual memberships will go live with product availability in the fall. DC UNIVERSE will be available in fall 2018 as a direct-to-consumer digital service, backed by Warner Bros. Digital Networks and built by Warner Bros. Digital Labs. Fans who sign up for memberships will enjoy new original live-action and animated series, classic TV series and films, a curated selection of comic books, breaking news, an expansive encyclopedia, and access to exclusive merchandise. Additional fan features include opportunities to connect with others in the DC community, earn premium rewards and participate in sweepstakes and contests. *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited. Open only to legal residents of the 48 contiguous U.S. or DC who are 18 or older. Sweepstakes begins 7/19/18 at 9:30:00 a.m. PT and ends 7/22/18 at 5:00:00 p.m. PT. Limit 1 entry per person. For Official Rules, including odds and prize details, visit Sponsor: DC UNIVERSE.
  7. Let's Talk about Pets

    I’ve defeated your pop up blocker hoo-man
  8. And Macadoodoo isl Macadoodoo, right?
  9. And still your reigning, undisputed heavy weight champion of the woooooooooooorlllllld.
  10. SDCC- San Diego Comic Con 2018

    Sold some of them on eBay a few years back.
  11. SDCC- San Diego Comic Con 2018

    You mean Magic the Crack. That game was more additive then Tribal Wars & way more expensive. I started around the end of Legends start of Revised or 4th Edition, whichever came after Unlimited. Ended up putting together an almost complete set of Legends, a few select Beta/Unlimited cards like a set of Moxes, a Black Lotus, Timewalk, TimeTwister, Chaos Orb. Nice powerful **** like that. Ran them in a multicolored Millstone deck with 4 clone artifacts in there to clone the Millstones. I won a LOT of cash with that deck.
  12. July 12, 2018 Cornerback Adonis Alexander On the supplemental draft process and receiving the call: "I was actually in my room with my mom playing a game. I was playing Fortnite. Actually, I was playing with Tim Settles of the [Washington] Redskins. So, it was kind of exciting to be on Fortnite and to get drafted by the Redskins and playing Fortnite with my future teammates." On his experience at Virginia Tech: "I have definitely used it as a learning tool. I definitely made some mistakes at Virginia Tech but I’m using those – just learning from them. Using them to help form a better character, form myself as a man. I’m trying to benefit from the things I did in the past in a good way." On what he can contribute to the Redskins: "I think I can definitely add another ball hawking defender. They already have a lot of great DBs there but, just adding depth. I feel like I can add a lot to the special teams, also… a hard-nosed defender, passionate player, great teammate, physical presence.” On if Redskins DB coach Torrian Gray and former teammates will help transition: "As far as that helping me make the transition it should be a lot of help, a great amount of help. Coach Gray knows exactly how to coach me. With my teammates, they have been around me. They know exactly the type of person I am. Both of them [Tim Settles and Greg Stroman] were always leaders of the team, they definitely did the right thing so I am going to follow in the footsteps of them and the veteran players and make the most of this opportunity." On preparing for training camp: "I am definitely going to need to get into the playbooks. As soon as I get out of this flight I know I will be meeting with Coach Gray and the defensive coordinator [Greg Manusky]. We will definitely go over the playbook probably around today or tomorrow so that’s the biggest thing, being conditioned and getting ready to compete." On handling the scouting process: "Just be completely honest with them. Let them know everything. How I felt about it. I was actually glad that I got to do the talking because the media might not put the best spotlight on me so the fact that I got to express myself to them personally and let them know firsthand what happened. Basically was upfront with them about everything and they appreciated it." On being drafted by the Redskins: "I’m very comfortable with them. This is a golden opportunity for me. Being able to play with Coach Gray, being able to play with former teammates, I feel like it was the best opportunity I could’ve gotten." On changes throughout college career: "I definitely made a lot of changes from my freshman year. I came in as an immature high schooler. I ended up coming in a semester early, I graduated high school a semester early ended up enrolling into [Virginia] Tech. So I definitely feel like I came in immature, I definitely matured throughout the past year and the situations have nothing but built better character, made me stronger, made me want to persevere through this whole process even more than I did before." On his strengths at safety and cornerback: "At safety, I feel like my strength is just being an instinctive player. I feel like that's a plus for both of the positions. Being physical would definitely be my strength in playing safety, coming down to tackle and stuff. As for corner[back], my competitiveness, instincts, like I said, would definitely be a strength at corner because as far as playing corner, it’s a one-on-one thing with you and the receiver. I’ve definitely tried to win everyone at a one-on-one battle." On his preference of playing safety or cornerback: "No not really. I’ll go wherever coach needs me to go." On if he has talked to any of his former Virginia Tech teammates: "Yeah, I had talked to [Greg] Stroman and talked to Tim Settle. Definitely Coach Gray, definitely kept in contact with a lot of them, even while I was still at [Virginia] Tech. So you know, this process, this whole thing happening with the Redskins is just a gift really. I had already talked to them before, so it all really just fell into place I guess." On if he had any contact with Kansas City Chiefs DB Kendall Fuller: "Yeah, I definitely talked to Kendall Fuller. I talked to him probably a couple weeks ago, and then I talked to him the first week I found out about me entering the supplemental draft. Talked to him a couple of those days and got some advice for what I needed to do, what I needed to work on, what I needed to be to prepare myself for." On changes he made to his lifestyle: "I became more consistent with doing the right thing, became more mature. Definitely being more mature and treating this like a job, not just a hobby."