Last summer, we brought you the first look at "Angel of Death," the new, live-action online series created by "Sleeper" and "Captain America" writer Ed Brubaker. Starring Zoe Bell and featuring a comics-friendly cast that includes Doug Jones ("Hellboy II"), Lucy Lawless ("Xena," "Battlestar Galactica") and Ted Raimi ("Spider-Man"), "Angel of Death" follows a mafia assassin (Bell) who suffers a near-fatal injury and decides to execute everyone who's contracted her to kill in the past.

The first episode of the series debuted today on, and MTV has a set of exclusive photos from the set of "Angel of Death" -- including this image of Brubaker and Bell laughing off the knife-to-the-head injury that sets the main character on her road to revenge.

'Angel of Death'

Click on the image above for a gallery of photos from the set of Ed Brubaker's "Angel of Death."

After you check out our exclusive set photos, be sure to check out the first episode of Ed Brubaker's "Angel of Death" on And just in case you have some catching up to do, here's a quick primer on the series and its celebrated creator. Read More...

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'Wolverine'A trio of new promo shots for "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" have hit the 'Net, and all three feature a solitary Hugh Jackman being the best there is at what he does -- and apparently, what he does is look like a complete bad-ass.

Last time we saw the "Wolverine" star, he was singing and dancing his way through a musical, comics-themed Oscars introduction that included nods to the night's big winner on the superhero front, "The Dark Knight," as well as "Iron Man" and, of course, a big "Wolverine" finale. While the latest images (posted on X-Men movie site XMF) don't seem to reveal anything new about the much-anticipated solo debut of Marvel's favorite Canucklehead, they do offer up a few more quality shots of the character Fox hopes to spin off into yet another comics-friendly franchise. (After the jump, check out two of the images in full-size format.) Read More...

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Mae Whitman in 'Scott Pilgrim'"Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" director Edgar Wright continues to fill his photo blog with cast and set images from the much-anticipated film. This time, we get yet another half-face peek at one of the stars of the film, Mae Whitman, who will play Roxy Richter.

A "half-ninja" artist, Richter was the roommate and one of the seven former paramours of Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) that Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) must fight to win her love. (We've posted a full-size version of the photo after the jump.) Read More...

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Brandon Routh in 'Scott Pilgrim'Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World” director Edgar Wright is a photo-holic. Along with posting bunches of new images from the set of the film lately, the latest images include the very first shot of Brandon Routh ("Superman Returns") as evil ex-boyfriend Todd Ingram.

Routh's character in the film, a rock star with vegan psychic powers (yes, you read that right), is the third evil ex-boyfriend that Scott Pilgrim must fight to win the heart of Mary Elizabeth Winstead's character, Ramona Flowers. Read on for a full version of Routh's photo and a roundup of the latest "Pilgrim" images. Read More...

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Attention, "Watchmen" fans: You already know that another piece of never-before-seen "Watchmen" footage will air on MTV's "Spoilers" this Saturday at 8 PM, but we have a quick peek at what you'll see right here and now on Splash Page.

One Owl Ship? Check. One prison riot? Check. Dozens of inmates stupid enough to take on Silk Spectre II and Nite Owl II? Double check. You can probably guess what happens next.

Just seeing the screenshots and reading about it probably isn't enough, though. You want to see the "Watchmen" duo in action, don't you? Well, be sure to check out "Spoilers" for the aforementioned "Watchmen" scene, as well as first looks at "Star Trek," "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," "Land of the Lost" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen." Oh, and we've posted another shot from Saturday's "Spoilers" footage after the jump. Read More...

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'Lost'Comic book writer turned occasional “Lost” maestro Brian K. Vaughan apparently exists within the hit series' universe now. The multi-talented comic book all-star behind the Vertigo series “Y: The Last Man” and “Ex Machina” has held such titles as producer, writer and executive story editor over the last few seasons, but this week, Hugo’s airport reading habits appear to have placed him firmly on the inside of the “Lost” universe.

On last night’s episode, titled “316,” Hugo was caught clearly reading a Spanish-language edition of “Y: The Last Man, Vol. 3: One Small Step” – or “Y, El Último Hombre” as it appeared on screen.

The comic book cameo was certainly a wink at Vaughan’s comic book fanbase, who cheered him on when he joined fellow comics scribe Jeph Loeb over at the “Lost” office for the show’s third season. But the plot of that particular volume of "Y" is worth keeping in mind, too. Read More...

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Chris Evans in 'Scott Pilgrim'More images from the Toronto set of “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” have appeared on director Edgar Wright's photoblog and MySpace page. This time, Chris Evans (“Fantastic Four”) poses with a sketch of his character, Lucas Lee, while a mystery actor peers out from behind a curtain with a "?" sketch.

Online speculation seems to peg rumored "Scott Pilgrim" cast member Jason Schwartzman as the mystery actor, since the rest of the film's cast members -- and the characters they're playing -- have already gone public. Read on for the mystery photo and a full-size shot of Evans as Lucas Lee. Read More...

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On Sunday, we brought you the first look at Hasbro's upcoming line of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" movie toys, but those weren't the only toys based on Logan's big-screen solo project to make their debut at Toy Fair 2009. Yesterday, MTV News toured the showroom of Diamond Select Toys & Collectibles, and got a sneak peek at a few new Snikt!-savvy products.

'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' Minimates

The makers of the ever-popular "Minimate" line of miniature figures, Diamond took us through their line of miniature "Wolverine" movie figures, as well as some figures from their line of Marvel Comics Minimates inspired by Wolverine and X-Men history. Read on for full-size images of some of the highlights of our tour. Read More...

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Yesterday morning, we gave you a look at some of the new "Dark Knight" toys and collectibles on display at Toy Fair 2009, including some great new action figures from Mattel and scary Batman and Joker collectibles from NECA. Well, it looks like we spoke -- or rather, posted -- too soon, as our tour of the DC Direct showroom on Monday afternoon yielded a bunch of new "The Dark Knight" movie merch that begged to be shared with Splash Page readers.

'The Dark Knight' Movie Toys

During the tour, DC Direct told MTV News that a new deal with Chinese toymaker Hot Toys would finally make the company's popular line of "The Dark Knight" figures available in the US. After getting a peek at some of the figures arriving stateside, the news should make more than a few collectors happy -- and the photos of the new "Dark Knight" line we've posted after the jump should explain why! Read More...

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Michael Cera as 'Scott Pilgrim'Images from the set of “Scott Pilgrim vs. The World” have been trickling out over the 'Net lately courtesy of director Edgar Wright and his production blog, and now we finally have the first photo of Michael Cera as Scott Pilgrim (as well as Anna Kendrick as Scott's sister, Stacey Pilgrim).

In the new photos, Kendrick and Cera are holding sketches by “Scott Pilgrim” creator Bryan Lee O'Malley, which we can only assume is an effort to show how close they resemble their characters. There are more photos over at Wright's flickr photostream, including a shot of Wright's notes, as well as Satya Bhaba (who plays evil ex-boyfriend Matthew Patel) doing some prep for the big showdown with Cera's Scott Pilgrim. Read on for full versions of the photos. Read More...

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