Michonne

by Kat Rosenfield

In last week's episode of "The Walking Dead," the high walls of Woodbury came down between our favorite lady travelers. Andrea, seduced by the promise of safety and hot showers (not to mention hot something else with a certain non-elected official) stayed; Michonne, convinced that this so-called safe haven was anything but, walked through the front gates with the Governor's blessing, never to be seen again.

Except for the part where they track her down and try to kill her, of course, because Woodbury is actually the worst.

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Arrow

by Ryan Rigley

Family comes before all else, even if that means systematically killing a whole list of crooked business men as per your father's dying wish. This week's episode of "Arrow" kicked off with a bang as immediately we were introduced to the main antagonists of "Legacies," the Royal Flush Gang, as they robbed a bank full of innocent people and murdered an off-duty cop in cold blood.

Although these card-themed criminals aren't initially on Robert Queen's list, Oliver decides to make them his top priority after his next target (Scott Morgan) attempts to commit suicide. "Legacies" not only marks the first time that we see Oliver and Diggle actually working together in order to take down a target, but it also sheds some light on the budding romance between Laurel and Tommy that's been left untouched for the past few episodes.

Spoilers past the jump!

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The Walking Dead

by Kat Rosenfield

When we left off last week, the group at the prison had taken some heavy hits indeed: two of our heroes are now zombie fodder, there's a newborn member of the group to contend with, and Rick Grimes — the fearless leader who'd ordinarily handle such things — is sobbing prostrate on the ground.

So, naturally, it makes perfect sense that we start off this episode in Woodbury, where they're having the most killer block party ever.

Spoilers ahead.

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Firefly

by Tami Katzoff (@tvtamijo)

At 10pm on Sunday, November 11, Science Channel will premiere its “Firefly” reunion special. Like the Joss Whedon series it celebrates, “Firefly: Browncoats Unite” is a labor of love.

“I’m a huge fan of “Firefly” myself,” says Bernadette McDaid, Science’s VP of production and executive producer of the special. “It was originally conceived as a bit of a birthday present for me.”

But McDaid isn’t the only Browncoat in her office: Everyone involved with the 60-minute special is passionate about the series. “Every frame is crafted with love, across the board,” McDaid says. “It’s been an incredibly uplifting and inspirational experience to make this film and to be working with so many people who believe in it.”

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Deathstroke

by Ryan Rigley

Hot off the heels of last week's cliffhanger of an ending, "Damaged" begins with a flashback to Oliver Queen's time on that remote island in which the mysterious bearded Asian man (who saved him in previous episodes) is now teaching him how to shoot a bow and arrow. Suddenly, Oliver is kidnapped by a gang of masked men and shoved into a makeshift holding cell in the ground without any sort of explanation.

The present-day action on this week's episode of "Arrow" focuses mainly on the conflict between Oliver Queen and Detective Lance, with Oliver attempting to dissolve any remaining suspicions that the detective may have about Mr. Queen and the hooded vigilante being the same person. But with video evidence of Oliver at the scene of one of Arrow's crimes, it would appear to be a task easier said than done.

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Lori

by Kat Rosenfield

All last week, the web was abuzz with rumors that the upcoming episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Killer Within," contained some absolutely shocking, series-turning-point sort of shizz — and indeed, last night's episode was one in which major bad business went down. And while it's hard to say which was the biggest, boldest, most brutal twist of the night, it's hard not to lead with the shocking and terrible news that...

...we found out the Governor's real name, and it was a total boring letdown.

Oh, then there's the little matter of the show ripping out our heart, chewing it into bloody little pieces, and spitting it out amid some of the worst carnage and most terrible losses we've seen since Sophia lurched out of the barn.

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Arrow

by Ryan Rigley

This week's episode of "Arrow" picks up pretty much exactly where last week's episode left off: Diggle awakes from his poison induced unconsciousness to discover that his employer, Oliver Queen, and the murderous vigilante, Arrow, are in fact one in the same. Throughout the course of "An Innocent Man," Dig struggles to come to terms with Oliver's criminal killing hobby as he decides whether or not to take Mr. Queen up on his offer.

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Walking Dead

"The Walking Dead" is kind of a big deal. You don't post massive record-breaking ratings over two full seasons of television (and at the start of a third) without attracting some notice. You don't cross the 100 issue milestone in the comics without splitting some heads. And you don't get an entire obstacle course dedicated to your creation at Comic-Con in San Diego without doing something right.

It only makes sense, then, that this gargantuan flesh-hungry franchise has a magazine all of its own.

READ: Robert Kirkman Interviewed In "Walking Dead: The Official Magazine"

Almost ten years after its first comic book was published, "The Walking Dead: The Official Magazine" has launched from Titan, a 98-page monstrosity filled with all the gory behind the scenes details "Dead" heads could possibly want. To some fans, it probably seems like overkill. To others, it's not only the next natural step, but an endlessly entertaining one.

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Arrow

by Ryan Rigley

To say that last night's episode of "Arrow" was full of surprises would be a pretty serious understatement. "Lone Gunmen" was absolutely full of unexpected twists and turns, basically changing everything that we've grown to know about the series so far.

Read on for our recap of Deadshot's "Arrow" debut!

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Walking Dead

by Kat Rosenfield

When we last saw our band of merry "Walking Dead" misfits, they'd just hacked their way through a herd of walkers to find safety and shelter in a prison cell block — and hacked their way through a certain someone's left leg in order to save him from zombification.

Also: they're not alone.

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Cover Artist

Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.
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