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The Walking Dead"The Walking Dead: The Complete First Season" arrives on DVD and Blu-Ray next week, collecting the first, six-episode season of the AMC television series based on the award-winning comic book.

With a second season now in production and former police officer Rick Grimes and the rest of the series' core cast of characters on the road once again, MTV News managed to get "The Walking Dead" creator and executive producer Robert Kirkman on the line to chat about the series' impressive first season and what's to come for the hit show.

Oh, and if you haven't watched the first season yet, consider this your SPOILER WARNING! Read More...

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Red Skull - Captain AmericaWe got our first glimpse of "Captain America: The First Avenger" villain Red Skull in the "Captain America" trailer that aired during the Super Bowl, but today an even better, more detailed image of Cap's arch-enemy has debuted online.

Posted over at EW.com, the new image of Red Skull offers our best look yet at the skeletal visage of Johann Schmidt, played by fan-favorite actor Hugo Weaving in the upcoming film. The photo is accompanied by a nice little interview with "Captain America" director Joe Johnston, who reveals some key details about the film's plot that definitely merit a SPOILER WARNING.

You can check out the image of Red Skull below, as well as some of the highlights of the interview. Read More...

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Transformers comicWe still have a few months before "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon" hits theaters, but fans of Hasbro's famous robots in disguise don't have to wait that long for a taste of what's to come in Michael Bay's third installment of the blockbuster movie franchise.

IDW Publishing brings not one but two official "Dark Of The Moon" prequel comics to shelves this week, and we have an exclusive preview of one of them, "Transformers: Rising Storm," and an interview with "Transformers" editor Andy Schmidt.

The first issues of both "Transformers: Rising Storm" and "Transformers: Foundation" hit shelves today, so read on for a brief interview with writer Andy Schmidt and an exclusive seven-page preview of "Rising Storm." Read More...

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"All Star Superman" hits shelves on DVD and Blu-Ray this week, bringing Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's award-winning comic book series to life with an all-star cast of voice actors.

"Mad Men" actress Christina Hendricks voices the Man of Steel's leading lady, ace reporter Lois Lane, and as a special treat to Splash Page readers, she introduces the exclusive clip below:

Based on the celebrated 12-issue series that kicked off in 2005, "All Star Superman" explores how the Man of Steel spends his remaining year of life after being diagnosed with a fatal case of radiation poisoning. Read More...

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Amaznig Spider-ManSony announced the official title for the upcoming reboot of the "Spider-Man" movie franchise today. The film will be titled "The Amazing Spider-Man," and will hit theaters July 3, 2012.

Along with revealing the official title for the film, Sony provided a brand new image of lead actor Andrew Garfield in costume as Spider-Man. The press release announcing the title also directed fans to the project's new website: www.theamazingspiderman-movie.com.

Fans of Spidey's comic book adventures will certainly recognize that the film takes its name from the long-running Spider-Man comic book series, which saw issue #654 hit shelves last week. You can check out the new image of Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man below, as well as the full text of the press release announcing "The Amazing Spider-Man" title. Read More...

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It's been a while since we last saw the "Doctor Who" crew in action — way back to last year's "Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol" special, in fact. With the much-celebrated (and critically praised) 2010 Christmas Special arriving on shelves tomorrow, we're ridiculously happy to reacquaint you with The Doctor courtesy of a brand new, exclusive piece of video from the "Christmas Carol" DVD and Blu-Ray.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet Clive:

As you can probably guess from our review of "Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol," we're big fans of last year's Charles Dickens-inspired holiday adventure with star Matt Smith and special guests Michael Gambon ("Harry Potter") and opera diva Katherine Jenkins. Read More...

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The "X-Men: First Class" trailer hit the 'net this week and caused no small amount of discussion among those who viewed it. Along with our own "First Class" reader poll, we also heard from comic creators, and named some of our own favorite scenes here at Splash Page HQ.

But what does Magneto himself have to say about the "X-Men: First Class" trailer?

During the press junket for his new film "Jane Eyre," MTV News asked "X-Men: First Class" actor Michael Fassbender to take us through the trailer, frame by frame, to offer some additional context for our preview. Read More...

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You've been waiting all day for it and now it's here.

As promised yesterday, the debut trailer for "X-Men: First Class" arrived on Facebook today.

This is no brief tease, either. You get almost a full two minutes of footage, most of it highlighting the complicated relationship between Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and Erik Lehnsherr (Michael Fassbender) that lies at the heart of the story. The preview unfolds while archival audio of former President John F. Kennedy plays, establishing the film's place in history at the dawn of the atomic age. Read More...

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Over the last few months, we've seen plenty of photos and video from set of Sony's "Spider-Man" reboot, including some footage of Spider-Man swinging through traffic, and a nice look at Spider-Man's new costume in motion. Today, we have another pair of photos for you, and you're going to want to take a very close look at both of them.

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Taken on the Los Angeles set of the film, the two photos depict a stunt sequence in which Spider-Man vaults over a car to tackle, flip, and subdue a character in a black jacket (as only a spider can). Read More...

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ThundercatsIt's official: The ThunderCats are on the move. Yes, the ThunderCats are loose.

This week's reveal of the first official image from the new "ThunderCats" animated series has quickly made Warner Bros. Animation's upcoming reboot of the late-'80s cartoon one of the week's biggest topics here on Splash Page. The new image debuted just a day after a blurry photo of a "ThunderCats" promotional poster found its way online, and gave us the first good look at how Lion-O, Panthro, Cheetara, and Tygra will appear in the series.

Given the volume of questions the new image has prompted around the 'net, we're excited to bring you an exclusive interview with "ThunderCats" producer Ethan Spaulding, who gave us the inside scoop on the redesign and what it means for the much-anticipated animated series. Read More...

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