Superheroes Go to the Movies in Geek #4′s Two Cover Team Up!

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Scheduled to hit store shelves Tuesday, December 4th!

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You’ve seen a superhero team-up before, but never like this! We saved an aisle seat for you alongside your favorite comic book heroes as they sit down for a day at the movies on Geek #4′s double cover, with original artwork by Andrew Robinson. Inside, you’ll find a discussion with the men that make the comics and superhero movies you love, the first in a series of Geek Summits we’ll be featuring in upcoming issues. They discuss what makes a great superhero movie along all of the traps that studios and writers can get caught up in when adapting a beloved comic for the big screen.

But it’s not all about superheroes! We’ve got a massive story on the ultimate 12 inch action figure collection, an interview with Sarah Silverman, a Middle-Earth Cheat Sheet to prep you for the upcoming Hobbit movie, and a peek behind the doors of SuperBot Entertainment, the crew behind Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale. And we’ve got all of our usual departments, with the latest in gaming, comics, technology, music, anime, television, gadgetry, and more!


Superhero Movie Summit

A roundtable of superhero and comic book experts — including Ashley Miller (screenwriter of Thor and X-Men: First Class), Christian Gossett (writer/artist “The Red Star”) and more — assemble to discuss the state of the superhero in comics and movies. This cover story includes exclusive artwork by Andrew C. Robinson (“Starman,” “Hawkman” and “Superman”).


Foot Soldiers

An exclusive survey of some of the most sought-after and collectable action figures, from Hot Toys, Sideshow Toys, Entertainment Earth, Mattel, Playmates, Medicom Toy and more.

Middle-Earth Cheat Sheet

Experts tell you 25 things you need to know before you see The Hobbit — An Unexpected Journey.

Toy Designer Paul Harding

The Joker, Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Bounty Hunter Princess Leia, Darth Bane and Mara Jade — Harding delights in bringing his favorite characters into the third dimension.

Writer Denise Mina

The novelist redraws an iconic anti-heroine for Vertigo’s graphic new vision of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.”

Writer Isaac Marion

The quirky author of the hit zombie novel “Warm Bodies” talks about his writing, inspirations and the feature film Hollywood is making made from his book.

PlayStation All-Stars: Battle Royale

Inside the fighting game containing 20 of your favorite characters.

Essential Geek Holiday Re-Gifting Guide

The perfect presents for that special geek in your life including tech, books, DVDs, collectibles, getaways and more (or you can start planning your list of what you’ll get after you return everything you already got).

Artist Larry Blamire

Did this quirky filmmaker and artist really invent steampunk?

Sarah Silverman

The controversial comedian/actress talks about her new film, Wreck-It Ralph.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Inside the epic futuristic combat sequel from Treyarch/Activision.



Science and technology updates, featuring NASA’s ion-powered Dawn spacecraft, the intelligence of flies and the morality of exploring Mars.


Music previews and interviews, with Lighting Bolt, Cloud Nothings, Daughn Gibson, 2:51, Ty Segall and Pinback.


50 Cent impresses with his expertise with headphones, while we look at earbud offerings.


Gaming previews and news on Aliens: Colonial Marines, Beyond: Two Souls, the state of handheld gaming, 17-Bit Studios and Skull of the Shogun and the Wii U MiiVerse.


All that’s fit to print, with home-built weapons courtesy of “Backyard Ballistics” author William Gurstelle, Jedi baking tips and upcoming comics.


Don’t Knock the Bomb: Celebrating Stanley Kubrick; Lost, Overlooked, & Unknown: Will On-Demand Save Anime?, Ani-mazing


Essential collectibles and toys, with action figure designer Paul Harding and cool lightsabers from Slothfurnace.


The latest home video, music, games, books and more.


Yes, we’re actually reviewing this stuff.


Angry outbursts about the obsessives who will be complaining about Star Trek Into Darkness, finding a D&D club in NYC and the MPAA.


Confessing your “geek” moment.

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