G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, coming August 7, 2009!

What is the Syracuse Heroes Expo all about?

The Syracuse Heroes Expo is simply put the event that all Central New York fans of comics, horror films, anime, manga, video games and all other related hobbies have been waiting for! At the expo you'll have the opportunity to meet with fellow fans, meet and greet with special guests, find that hard-to-find item you'd been looking, and so much more!

To summarize this event is about having a ton of fun!

When will the next expo take place and where?

Saturday, November 1st and Sunday, November 2nd.

Who is organizing the event?

Jeff Watkins
Syracuse native Jeff Watkins has been making his living as an event organizer and promoter since 1999. Making a name for himself in the music industry, he's organized events in Syracuse and Albany that boast Grammy winners, TV stars, and chart toppers.

Previous Syracuse Heroes Expo's have boasted great guests like Ray Park (Darth Maul), Yvonne Craig (Batgirl), Francis Manupal (Iron and the Maiden, Witchblade), The Iron Shiek, and Ken Lashley (The Flash). Previous guests include Marv Wolfman, Sean McKeever, Jon Arcudi, and John Russo, Ethan Van Sciver, Daniel Logan, Tony Isabella, Pop Mhan, Brinke Stevens, Bonnie Piesse & Tom Savini.

More info, as well as ticket info, will be on sale soon.

Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow is the newest animated film produced by Marvel Comics & Lions Gate Entertainment. The movie was set to debut in July, but had been pushed back until this month. Here are some quick story details:

The children of the Avengers must rise up to their parents' legends and stop the villainous android Ultron in Marvel's next feature length animated movie. But with the world in peril, can these inexperienced young heroes save the day?

Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on September 2, 2008.

Footage from the Evolution Fighting Game Championships Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom Invitational Exhibition Tournament. Thanks to jchensor for uploading the video!

"The Dark Knight" on Sunday became the second movie in Hollywood history to top $500 million at the domestic box office, raising its total to $502.4 million, according to estimates from distributor Warner Bros.

The film hit that mark in just over six weeks, half the time it took "Titanic," which reached $500 million in a little more than three months. "Titanic," the biggest modern blockbuster, remains No. 1 on the domestic charts with $600.8 million.
Factoring in today's higher admission prices, "The Dark Knight" would need to take in about $900 million to match the number of tickets sold by "Titanic."

Dan Fellman, head of distribution at Warner Bros. expects "The Dark Knight" to finish at about $530 million, though it could reach $550 million if business persists as strongly as it has.

Overseas, the film led the foreign box office for a third consecutive weekend - and fourth overall - as its international sales hit $417 million (230 million pounds).

The film earned an estimated $19 million from 62 markets, led by No. 1 rankings in Germany ($4.4 million in its second weekend) and France ($3.3 million in its third). The top markets overall are the U.K. with $90.3 million and Australia with $41.1 million.

As of now, worldwide, TDK has made over 900 million..

Domestic: $502,421,000 54.7%
+ Foreign: $416,700,000 45.3%
= Worldwide: $919,121,000 !