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Amari Book Launch: 40% off Paperback

Amari Book Launch: 40% off Paperback | Dare to Believe | Scoop.it
Amari is now in paperback and I am celebrating by giving a 40% off coupon until the end of September 2013 Coupon Code: 7A7Z26WZ Createspace Store: https://www.createspace.com/4381678 An action pack...
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The 1998 Dystopian Novel That Eerily Foresaw 2013 Detroit - The Atlantic

The 1998 Dystopian Novel That Eerily Foresaw 2013 Detroit - The Atlantic | Dare to Believe | Scoop.it
The 1998 Dystopian Novel That Eerily Foresaw 2013 Detroit The Atlantic Speculative fiction writer Nalo Hopkinson's award-winning dystopian novel Brown Girl in the Ring takes place in a walled-off inner city filled with crime, drug addiction, and...

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Science Fiction still predicts the future. But, it seems to happen a lot faster these days

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Arrow’s Stephen Amell is up for Justice League movie | SciFiNow – The World's Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Magazine

Arrow’s Stephen Amell is up for Justice League movie | SciFiNow – The World's Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Magazine | Dare to Believe | Scoop.it

Stephen Amell thinks Arrow could mature the same way Iron Man did for Marvel.

 

Arrow‘s Stephen Amell told SciFiNow exclusively that he would not only love to appear in the film, pencilled for 2015, but he would “sweep the floors when they were done!”

 

In the DC Comics, Green Arrow played a big part of the superhero team-up, but the hooded vigilante doesn’t command the same level of fame or recognition as the ‘S’ symbol. Amell thinks that could all change, though:

 

“I think that Green Arrow has an opportunity to mature in much the same way Iron Man did in the Marvel universe. He wasn’t necessarily a top level character, but because they made an Iron Man movie and it was successful, it vaulted him up and now he anchors the Avengers,” he says.


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He will be a great addition

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