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BOOM! Studios Comics Releases For February 17, 2016
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Below you’ll find the solicitations information and cover artwork for all of BOOM! Studios comics titles that were released on February 17, 2016.

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Lip Sync Battle: Mike Tyson Vs. Terry Crews (Video)
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Lip Sync Battle Mike Tyson

It’s time to talk about our guilty pleasure, Lip Sync Battle! Who am I kidding? There’s no guilt here! Episode 5 of Lip Sync Battle pits Mike Tyson Vs. Terry Crews.

The way to play: Celebrities participate in two rounds of lip syncing to their chosen songs. The first round can be vanilla. The second round demands some stage production. The winner is declared based on audience cheering volume. LL Cool J is the host and moderator while Chrissy Teigen provides color commentary, mixes drinks, dances, lip syncs in the background, and fake DJs.

This was the “most anticipated heavyweight” lip sync showdown!

Tyson’s songs are “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” by The Rolling Stones, and “Push It” by Salt-N-Pepa.

Crews songs are “Sucker MC’s by Run DMC, and “A Thousand Miles” by Vanessa Carlton.

So… who does the audience pick as the winner?

Scroll down to the end of the videos to find out!

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‘Lip Sync Battle’ Preview: Mike Tyson Vs. Terry Crews (Video)
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Lip Sync Battle Terry Crews

Tomorrow night on Lip Sync Battle, it’s guns vs. guns as Terry Crews and Mike Tyson battle it out ’80s style. Crews kills it doing “Sucker MCs” by Run DMC while Tyson shows us how to “Push It” by Salt N’ Pepa. Host LL Cool J is dying, while Chrissy Teigen dances around. They really do have the best jobs ever.

Watch the two clips below.

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Spike TV’s ‘Lip Sync Battle’ Renewed For Season 2!
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Lip Sync Battle Mike Tyson

Spike TV’s biggest show ever, Lip Sync Battle, has just been renewed for a second season, after just four episodes. This viral sensation, which started out as a Jimmy Fallon bit, first on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and then on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, got its own show that premiered on Spike on April 2nd, 2015. That was quick, right? It is no surprise though. The show is mindless fun.

The game pits two celebrities (not B, C, or D-listers either) against each other for two rounds of songs. The audience picks the winner. It is not just lip syncing to songs that are sometimes incongruous to the person performing. The production goes all out, with costumes, props, backup dancers, and sometimes guests.

Check out some of those videos below.

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Mike Tyson Fights Himself In ‘Punch Out!!’ (Video)
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Mike Tyson Fights Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where host Jimmy Fallon decided it was time to find out what happens when Mike Tyson fights Mike Tyson…in video game form.

Fallon had the classic Nintendo boxing game Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!! all set up on the big screen, and the final fight with Tyson (thanks to the 007-373-5963 code, of course) ready to go.

You can see how the former champ fared in the video below.

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NYCC 2014: ‘Mike Tyson Mysteries’ Extended Clip At The WB Premiere Panel!
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Unbeknownst to WB fans at New York Comic-Con this weekend, at the premiere panel (the last panel on Thursday night), they got treated to an extended clip of the new Mike Tyson Mysteries premiering on Adult Swim on 10/27 at 10:30pm ET.

As with most Adult Swim programming, it plays with dark comedic ridiculousness. Mike Tyson, along with a potty-mouthed pigeon (Norm MacDonald), his adopted Korean daughter Yung Hee (who looks like a Korean Velma played by Rachel Ramras), and a British ghost (Jim Rash), solves any mystery thrown his way. This cartoon looks like loads of fun.

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Must Watch: Billy Crystal Returns For ‘When Harry Met Sally 2’ With Helen Mirren
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We haven’t seen a whole lot of Billy Crystal lately, and this is a very depressing thing for anyone who’s known and loved his movies over the years.

The legendary entertainer and best Academy Awards host of all-time has been staying under the radar for the most part and has only done a few things since 2002, but recently he came out of hiding to re-team with director Rob Reiner and pitch their case for a sequel to his much-loved romantic comedy, When Harry Met Sally.

As Hollywood tends to work these days, however, the executives who hear the pitch decide they want to make just a tiny little change to their pitch. The resulting movie is too good to spoil, so you must click on over to the other side to check it out. The hilarious parody of Hollywood’s lack of originality is littered with great cameos and you shan’t regret watching it, this I promise you.

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Must Watch: Leonard Maltin Talks Oscars With Mike Tyson
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With the 83rd annual Academy Awards ceremony set to take place this upcoming Sunday night, everyone’s making their picks for who’s going home with Oscar gold.

Recently two people you’d never ever expect to talk movies sat down together to talk about the awards, and those two people are movie critic Leonard Maltin and former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson!

In the video, Maltin asks Tyson which movies he’s seen, who he thinks should win, and who got snubbed. You can see the hilarious Funny or Die video by clicking on over to the other side now!

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Game Review: ‘Fight Night: Round 4’
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Fight Night: Round 4, for Xbox 360Fight Night: Round 4
ESRB Rating: T for Teen
Platform: Xbox 360
Developer: EA Canada
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Release Date: June 25, 2009

Wow. That’s really all you need to know.

Since the sport of mixed martial arts has exploded onto the scene and pretty much completely over-shadowed it, it’s tough to find things to be excited about when it comes to boxing today. Every once in a while a fight comes along with fan favorites like Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather, and Ricky Hatton — but aside from that, boxing has become a mostly unappealing spectacle. Fortunately, the cats over at Electronic Arts know how things are done when it comes to their sports games, and that’s no different when it comes to Fight Night: Round 4, which is now the best boxing video game ever made.

The Fight Night franchise has always offered up great boxing games — the best since Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!, to be precise — that fans have loved, even with some kinks here and there. One of the best thing about video games, though, is that many of them get better with new installments. This is because developers can take the good and the bad feedback from their previous games and build from that until they reach perfection. And so far, Fight Night: Round 4 is about as perfect as boxing games get…for now. The scary thing is knowing that they will probably keep finding ways to get better.

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Movie Review: Tyson
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Tyson movie posterTyson
Directed by James Toback
Release date: April 24, 2009 (Limited)

Ladies and Gentlemen, Mike Tyson, at the age of twenty, is the youngest Heavy Weight champion who can reign for a long, long time.”

How grand it must be to be recognized by millions of people on a national level. But the highest of highs and the lowest of lows that life hurls at us so unexpectedly can also double as a great mystery. It is almost like Mike Tyson‘s philosophy on money: “I either have a ton of money or no money,” he winces into the camera with painful eyes. “I’m not an in-betweener. I’m a kind of extremist.” He is also an extremist in being prone to severe incongruity; his need to be associated with pain and remorse, and his struggling desire to part from it, makes Tyson, a man who experienced the highest of highs, a fascinating subject matter.

Tyson, a new documentary by director James Toback (who is a close friend of Tyson), is not exclusively an esoteric view of the chaotic life of the loose-cannon boxer. Toback, along with Tyson’s eagerness to be open, creates a sensitive documentary that can also work as a chart for depicting the highs and lows a professional career can present. At one moment the man is fully rich and renowned around the world and before you can even detect a fierce right hand coming at you he is down on his luck, a shrinking and coiled up man who was once an erected iconic image. The power of this documentary is that anybody who has found themselves in a deep and lonely hole can relate to the fight that’s needed to break out and escape from it.

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