Now THIS is how you properly deal with a leak, folks. After someone snuck a relatively high-res bootleg copy of the AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON teaser trailer to the internet earlier today (it should've come out next week), MARVEL stepped up and gave their audience exactly what they want: A prompt, official release. Tweeting "Dammit, Hydra" in concession, get your first-look at 2015's epic-looking new entry into the MARVEL Cinematic Universe below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER...

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Like many of the original STAR WARS generation, I grew up on the occasional STAR WARS Comic Book, then-published by MARVEL comics. Fast-forward about three decades, and the comics are back at MARVEL, it being a corporate sibling to Lucasfilm under the Disney umbrella, and with STAR WARS REBELS out on Disney XD and J.J. Abrams' STAR WARS: EPISODE VII filming now, a few new series' of comics are coming. Thanks to the new alignment, everything will fit into place nicely, with these stories being part of the official timeline, and today comes the first look - just a small tease - of what's coming...

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I'm a little late on the draw with this one, but it's cool, so I'm rolling with it. At the recently-wrapped NYCC, MARVEL dropped the curtain on plans to bring the stars of this year's biggest movie to the small screen in an all-new animated series based on GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY. Check out a brief bit of test footage featuring Rocket Raccoon and Star-Lord below...

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The movie has already grossed over $653M Worldwide, so there's a good chance you've already seen it, and because of that there's an equally good chance that you want to re-live the adventures of Star Lord and the crew at home. Just in-time for the Holidays, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is coming to Digital HD and Disney Movies anywhere on November 18, followed by a Blu-ray/DVD release on December 9. Is it ok to say, "You're Welcome?"

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Superheroes are part of daily life here at Rock Father HQ. Most of you know that by now, but I live it daily, when my girls break out their Spider-man (which you will be corrected to acknowledge as "Spider-GIRL") or Rocket Racoon masks for an adventure in the yard, or when Iron Man and Captain America spend some time having tea with Rapunzel and Ariel in the Disney Princess Castle. Not long ago, I saw the Iron Patriot chilling out with Boba Fett on the sun deck of the Barbie Dream House, kicking back, completely lounging in a pair of purple adirondack chairs. What can I say? It happens, so when Elsa and Anna show up, the adventure is just beginning. I'm big on imaginative play, tending to go light on the "screens" and big on the physical realm, which is why I've always been intrigued by the Disney Infinity Games - an open-ended platform that manages to merge to physical and the virtual. It's actually the first video game that I've ever let my girls play.

"Why is Baymax wearing carbon fiber underpants?" That's just one question posited in the new trailer for Walt Disney Animation Studios' BIG HERO 6, their 54th Animated Feature, and first to come ripped from the pages of MARVEL Comics. Featuring the voices of Maya Rudolph, James Cromwell, Damon Wayans Jr., T.J. Miller, Alan Tudyk, Jamie Chung, Genesis Rodriguez, Daniel Henney, with Ryan Potter as Hiro Hamada and Scott Adsit as Baymax, the second official U.S. trailer has hit the net and is viewable below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER...

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