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Ant-Man 3 by Paul Rudd; characters created by Stan Lee & Larry Lieber & Jack Kirby, Scott Lang by David Michelinie & John Byrne

Two years after “Avengers: Endgame”, Scott Lang has his hands full with his daughter Cassie: training her for graduating high school and to uphold the Ant-Man legacy. But complications ensue as Hank Pym becomes a witness in an old friend's murder and an even bigger problem threatens the city of San Francisco. To make matters worse, an assassin is out for revenge, and will stop at nothing until Scott and Hope van Dyne are both dead. Note: Ant-Man 3 will probably introduce the Fantastic Four in the MCU, as Hank worked with Franklin in the past. Also, the version of …

The Eternals (2010) by Jack Kirby

What if the Eternals was released 10 years ago?

The Goonies (2021) by Sarah Watson; based on characters created by Steven Spielberg and Chris Columbus

Amblin/1492 Pictures/The Donners' Company/Sarah Watson Company/FOX Entertainment/Warner Bros. Television

PREDATOR: PRIME by Jim Thomas & John Thomas, and Tristan Hartup

(This is my own idea for a Predator sequel that I first conceived a few years ago, and after I saw The Predator (2018), and was greatly disappointed by it, I revisited this idea to further expand on it.) After being left the sole survivor of an elite US Navy SEAL team that was wiped out by a Predator, young hot-headed and arrogant rookie Trent O'Donnell now wants revenge so he manages to track the creature to its ship and stows away aboard bound for its homeworld. Upon arrival, Trent also meets up with and sets free a small group …

Something is Killing The Children by James Tynion IV

In the sleepy town of Archer’s Peak—in the heart of America—children have started to die in horrific ways. The local police are mystified by the brutal murders, and frantic to catch the killer. But they refuse to believe reports of impossible creatures that lurk in the shadows snatching children and tearing them to pieces, especially since the only people who claim to have seen these so-called monsters are other children. Enter Erica Slaughter, a mysterious stranger who rides into town and claims she can solve their “monster” problem. But can the townspeople trust this dangerous outsider with their children’s lives? …

Coffin Bound by Dan Watters

Chased by an unstoppable killer, Izzy Tyburn has decided that if the world won’t have her in it, it can have nothing of her at all. She’s re-treading her life, leaving nothing but burned rubber, ash, and the sun-scorched bones of those who get in her way.

Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes by Scott Cawthon & Kira Breed-Wrisley

In 1995 Utah, a group of teens reunite on the anniversary of their friends’ disappearance and death. One of their own determines whether if the 1985 murders—for which her father found himself framed and committed suicide—are connected to her twin brother’s disappearance, but there’s more than meets the eye behind the creation of the popular adult sized animatronics of a dilapidated pizzeria where the murders took place.

Spider-Man: Destination Home (2021) by Isaac Aptaker & Elizabeth Berker and Drew Goddard

Picking up where Far From Home left off, high school senior Peter Parker's plans to win over Michelle Jones' affection are halted by the unannounced return of his childhood friend Harry Osborn and the unexpected arrival of a sinister force that threatens Peter's loved ones and the citizens of New York City.

Tales of Crystal Cove by Berlanti Productions, Atomic Monster Productions, Living Dead Guy, CBS Television Studios, Warner Bros. Television; based on characters created by

What if Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated was replaced with a live-action re-imagining of the films for The CW?

Blue & Gold by Matt Miller and Steve Ditko & Dan Jurgens

A live-action superhero buddy comedy following on the adventures of Blue Beetle and Booster Gold. CHARACTERS: Michael Jon Carter/Booster Gold: An optimistic yet self-absored superhero seeking fame and glory. An encounter with Supernova results in Michael getting sent back to the present day. Ted Kord/Blue Beetle: A mild-mannered billionaire philanthropist, inventor, and head of Kord Industries. Secretly the second Blue Beetle. He is assassinated by Maxwell Lord and left in a coma, after promising to train Jaime when the Scarab escapes and attaches itself to the latter's spine. Christopher Smith: A retired war veteran and the head of security at …

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