Nick Hiatt is a concept artist and matte painter who has got to work on some of the biggest and best stuff of the last few years, from Force Awakens to Destiny (and Destiny 2) to Game of Thrones to Doom.
Violet was the original mean girl of the Peanuts gang. She was even the first character to call Charlie Brown a blockhead. Her main weapon was social exclusion: "I'm having a party, and YOU'RE not invited!" She was, on the surface, an unrepentant bully and one of the least likeable characters in Charles Schulz's strip. Her meanness was not without reason. Eventually, however, it consumed her, to the point where she had nothing else to offer to her peers.
The latest episode of Spike's Lip Sync Battle is getting a visit from the Upside Down. The stars of the hit Netflix show, with one Eleven-sized exclusion, all show up to move their mouths and dance around in time with some of their favourite songs. And God help me, it's the cutest thing I've seen all week.
When original Star Trek: Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller and executive producer Heather Kadin were developing the series, they were both adamant about making sure that the show stayed true to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry's vision of social progressiveness and inclusion. But for a vocal contingent of racist "fans", Discovery's emphasis on diversity is tantamount to "white genocide".
Announced earlier this year, here's the first trailer for Netflix's animated Castlevania series.
Rob Watkins is an artist who has worked on games such as Halo Wars 2 (where he was Lead Concept Artist), Fable 3 and Fable Legends.
Up until the recent Daniel Craig movies, in the eyes of many Moneypenny has always been the secretary Bond flirts with on his way to a new adventure, rather than an action hero in her own right. Dynamite's excellent Bond comic series wants to alter that perception by giving MI6's finest some time in the spotlight.