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by Brett White

"There's walkers in D!"

Surely there's not a more frightening sentence for the survivors in "The Walking Dead" to hear than one that roughly translates to "there are zombies in our living room." This new TV spot for the show's upcoming fourth season may be brief, but it does give us just enough Glenn and Daryl action to hold us over until the show's return on October 13th. It looks like Rick's group's integration with the Woodbury residents is going about as well as could be expected, considering this is the relentlessly grim "The Walking Dead."

Check out the quick TV spot below, and then check out some of the new season's promo photos if you're still hungry for season four updates.

What are you most looking forward to in "Walking Dead" season four? Let us know in the comments below or hit us up on Twitter!

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Amanda Waller

by Brett White

At the pace "Arrow" is growing, there'll be no DC Comics characters left to introduce in seasons 3 and beyond. The website SpoilerTV has a tip that Amanda Waller—the determined head of the government agency known as A.R.G.U.S.—will appear in the second season's sixth episode, reportedly titled "Keep Your Enemies Closer."

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Batman

by Ryan Rigley

"I am vengeance. I am the night. I am... Ben Affleck." That's right, folks. Warner Bros. and Zack Snyder have officially announced who our next Dark Knight will be and it's neither Josh Brolin nor Ryan Gosling. Apparently, Oscar-winning director Ben Affleck has officially signed a multi-film deal with Warner Bros., meaning he'll play the Caped Crusader in the next few Batman films— including Snyder's "Superman vs. Batman" and the highly-anticipated "Justice League."

So far, reactions to Affleck's new role have been pretty mixed with several online petitions being made to recast the Dark Knight. Lest we forget, there have already been a few different interpretations of Batman throughout the years, including Adam West's Batusi-doing do-gooder. Speaking of which, here's a look back on the super campy, yet super awesome "Batman" TV series from the 60's.

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TMNT

by Ryan Rigley

With the numerous film, TV, and video game incarnations of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles out there, it's easy to forget that the four turtles in a half shell actually made their original debut within the pages of a comic book. Last week, the release date for the new live-action film produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebsman—latest in a long line of spin-offs from Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman's original comic—was pushed back to August 8th, 2014.

Seeing as how that date is right after Marvel's possible blockbuster "Guardians of the Galaxy," one might assume that Bay and Liebsman have the utmost confidence that their "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" will shell shock audiences across the country. But before we feast our eyes upon the latest "Turtles" adaptation, we thought it best to look back on the first—the original "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" cartoon, to be precise. Reminisce with us past the jump!

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Bex

by Brett White

Just through all the casting announcements, "Arrow's" second season is starting to take a firm shape. The CW drama has just added "The Killing's" Bex Taylor-Klaus to its cast, with the actress scheduled to appear in the season's third and fourth episodes as the character Sin.

TV Line describes Taylor-Klaus' character as "a wayward youth" who is "befriended by the Black Canary." She also boasts a connection with new regular character Roy Harper.

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Laurel Lance

by Ryan Rigley

With the confirmed list of cameos growing each week, the second season of "Arrow" is already shaping up to be twice as good as the first. Not only will we be getting appearances from Roy Harper and China White. Barry Allen is also set to appear in three episodes of the upcoming season, with the third appearance spinning off into his own "Flash" TV series.

Black Canary, another newcomer to the Arrow-verse, has been pretty much a given from day one of the series. After all, you can't have a Green Arrow TV show without the Black Canary. However, with the news that the Black Canary will not be Dinah "Laurel" Lance, it would appear as though we have a lot more questions than answers when it comes to Laurel's role in the new season.

CAUTION: "Arrow" season one and season two SPOILERS ahead!

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Dr. Strange

by Ryan Rigley

Earlier this week, Entertainment Weekly brought to light the fact that the writers of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." have an unwritten rule when penning episodes: all super-powers introduced on the show must be explained by science — not magic or supernatural forces. With this in mind, it's no wonder that two more S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists have been added to the series' cast of recurring characters.

Joining David Conrad in the S.H.I.E.L.D. science department will be none other than Ian Hart ("Bates Motel," "Luck") in a role that has yet to be specified. While this casting news makes total sense, given the "S.H.I.E.L.D." writers' unwritten rule, we here at Splash Page can't help but long for the magic and mysticism of the Marvel universe—a mysticism that is still welcome on the big screen in films like "Thor: The Dark World." That said, here's a look at five magical Marvel characters that may never appear on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

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Arrow

by Brett White

When a superhero television show adopts a strict 'no superpowers' rule, the last person you expect to show up is a guy capable of running at the speed of light. But that rule was apparently meant to be broken, as the speedster known as the Flash will be guest-starring in three episodes of the street-level hero show "Arrow" before possibly getting his own television series.

But what about the rule? If there are no rules, will "Arrow" descend into capes and tights chaos? In a new interview with Comic Book Resources, executive producer Marc Guggenheim has assured the audience that order will be maintained in Starling City—and he made sure to speak in a metaphor all comic fans can understand.

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Michonne

by Brett White

I know you're bummed about "Breaking Bad" ending its run soon, but if its any consolation, one AMC drama looks to be around for a long time to come. "The Walking Dead" television show, which has its fourth season premiere on October 13th, has a guaranteed lifespan that will be significantly longer than most of its cast. "We hope that zombies live forever, and we've just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like," said AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan back in May.

The show's immediate future is now starting to come into focus, with new photos being released at a steady pace. It started with an image of leading-man Rick back in May, followed by one of Daryl in July. Now Entertainment Weekly has revealed one of fan favorite character Michonne taking a much more reliable mode of transportation—a horse.

"With gas at a premium, with the fact that vehicles break down, I think we would return to the days of horseback riding and you can graze them as you go in a place like Georgia," said executive producer Gale Anne Hurd. "You don't have to carry food for them. They feed themselves, so to speak. It goes along with the new approach this season of sustainability... It's actually much more of a useful choice. Not only that, but Michonne looks so badass on it." Check out the badass photo after the jump!

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Ian Hart

by Brett White

David Conrad just got some company down in the S.H.I.E.L.D. science office—English actor Ian Hart. The "Bates Motel" and "Luck" actor will join "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." in a recurring role as another science officer, thus making us suspect that there's gonna be a lot of crazy stuff on this show that will necessitate an ever-expanding team of scientists to solve.

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