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Behold the unfilmed Star Wars scenes you always wanted to see

From Sploid

I always wanted to see the actual infantry attacks on the Hoth's Rebel Base. Not just a couple scenes
but a full Saving Private Ryan's Normandy invasion battle with a ton of imperial storm troopers led by
Darth Vader. Apparently illustrator Dave Dorman had the same idea in mind. Here's his vision

From DC Comics

Love is in the air in New York City! The planet’s richest bachelor, Bruce Wayne, is in town for a charity
auction – and the highest bidder gets a date with Mr. Tall, Dark, and Brooding! Good thing Harley Quinn
just came into some money (please, whatever you do, don’t ask how). But can Bruce really spend a
night with Harley without her learning how he spends his nights?
Jupiter Ascending (Warner Bros, 2015)

Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis star in “Jupiter Ascending,” an original science fiction action adventure
from filmmakers Lana and Andy Wachowski.

Jupiter Jones (Kunis) was born under a night sky, with signs predicting that she was destined for great
things. Now grown, Jupiter dreams of the stars but wakes up to the cold reality of a job cleaning other
people’s houses and an endless run of bad breaks. Only when Caine (Tatum), a genetically engineered
ex-military hunter, arrives on Earth to track her down does Jupiter begin to glimpse the fate that has
been waiting for her all along—her genetic signature marks her as next in line for an extraordinary
inheritance that could alter the balance of the cosmos
Hannah Davis Covers the 2015 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue Out February 9 Across Print and Digital

From PR Newswire

Hannah Davis graces the cover of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT 2015 as revealed on The Tonight
Show starring Jimmy Fallon this evening. Marking her inaugural appearance on the cover, Davis was
shot by famed fashion photographer Ben Watts (his first Swimsuit cover) at Blackberry Farm in
Walland, Tennessee.

SI Swimsuit launches on newsstands, tablet, mobile and Monday, February 9. Also,
tune in to Travel Channel beginning Sunday, February 15 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT for back-to-back premieres
of “SI: The Making of Swimsuit 2015” – a behind-the-scenes journey through the creation of the
upcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit multi-platform edition.
Batman #136 - December 1960 Issue - DC Comics

The Joker, listening in on a television lecture by Batman, hears
the caped crusader mention that ancient science believed in
four elements--earth, fire, air, and water--but modern science
has rejected this belief, and modern science has made it
impossible for criminals to escape the law for long. The Joker,
incensed, challenges Batman by mail to a duel of wits, as he
commits crimes based on the ancient elements.
Batman #271 - January 1976 Issue - DC Comics

When Alfred buys an antique rug from the Chambray Gallery for Bruce
Wayne's birthday, the van delivering it is overtaken by another van, shaken
to pieces by a vibro-gun that kills the van's drivers ...
Batman #269 - November 1975 Issue - DC Comics

Batman must safeguard Terry Tremayne from her late fiancé’s partners,
who want to get a priceless Florentine box from her, and will kill one man
named Terry Tremayne per day for a week until they do.
Justice League of America #72, June 1969 Issue - DC

The Justice League have just finished a prototype statue commemorating
their departed comrade the Martian Manhunter...
Godzilla #11, June 1978 Issue - Marvel Comics

As Godzilla and Yetrigar's battle rages on in the Grand Canyon, Robert
arrives in the Red Ronin robot to try and stop the two beasts from fighting
each other.
Flash #226 - April 1974 Issue - DC Comics

Heat Wave is released from the penitentiary, but Captain Cold hypnotizes
the Flash into fighting him—in a Captain Cold costume.
Iron Man #276, January 1992 Issue - Marvel Comics

Black Widow breaks into Stark's house in the middle of the night and
wakes him up to ask for his help. He explains about his medical
problems, telling her that if he becomes Iron Man he may die...
Nintendo's Kick-Arse 1966 Board Game

From Kotaku

Before they made video games, Nintendo made loads of other sweet stuff. One of the sweetest was
this Ultraman board game, which has art that looks as awesome today as it did in 1966.

As you can see in the gallery on Before Mario, the game — released using the old “Nintendo Game”
logo — doesn’t look terribly complicated (not that it should have been, since it was for kids). You spun
a dial, you moved around, you battled some monsters
Uncanny X-Men #238, November
1988 Issue - Marvel Comics

When Madelyne Pryor managed to
manifest psi-powers to kill the
Genoshan psi-probes, the
Gengineer demands to review the
recordings of the psi-probe. The
footage shows a young Madelyne
picking flows when she is
confronted and demanded answers
by a psychic representation of the
Gengineer and the Magistrates.
When she refuses to answer and
he lashes out, she is reborn in a
blaze of glory that destroys the
island. The "Gengineer", decked
out in a Mr. Sinister costume then
would run into Madelyne in her
Goblin Queen form. She warns
them about igniting the match that
will bring about an inferno
An All-Out Arms Race Takes Hold Of

TRANSFORMERS publishing event of the
year kicks off this March when Cybertron
becomes the battleground for the
COMBINER WARS! An all-star creative
team is bringing along fan-favorite
characters and all-new dangers to this
battle royale that will shake both factions
to their core.

The “Opening Salvo” is fired in
TRANSFORMERS #39, and the war begins
in earnest in the debut issue of the brand-
new WINDBLADE series from the
acclaimed creative team of Mairghread
Scott and Sarah Stone. The shaky peace
between the Autobots and Decepticons is
threatened when Cybertron’s leader,
Starscream, stands against Optimus Prime
and raises an unstoppable army of
Combiners, threatening Windblade’s long-
lost homeworld
In the year 1980, a secret military organization named SHADO
(Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation) becomes
operational. Its purpose is to defend the Earth from Aliens who've
been coming to Earth and kidnapping humans.
In 1976 Michael Anderson would take liberties with the novel Logan's Run written by George
Johnson and William Nolan (Logan's Run and Logan's World) to produce what may arguably be
one of the most memorable sci-fi films ever produced. The "Last Day" age would be changed
from 21 to 30 and most of the novels racier scenes would be toned down to avoid a "R" rating.
Despite these changes the film has often been referred to as the "sexiest science fiction film
ever made"
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