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Monday, February 2, 2009

Chuck Returns, In 3-D Yet

Today, February 2, 2009 marks the return of the comedy-action-adventure-suspense-satire-spy series, Chuck. Named in honor of its lead character, the lovable everygeek Chuck Bartowski (winningly played by the great Zachary Levi), this unique series is being presented tonight in 3-D. (If you didn’t happen to get your 3-D glasses, check out your local grocery store for the special displays or call 1.800.646.2904 to order a pair. The 3-D episode of Chuck will be on starting tomorrow, February 2, and will also be available in an non-3-D format.) In honor of this geek-chic show’s return here’s the cover of Issue 5 (of 6) of the Chuck comic book, in which our hero’s parachute-less plummet from an airplane is (as usual) the least of his worries. This terrific cover is by Kristian Donaldson, and the comic itself is written by Peter Johnson and Zev Borow, with art by Jeremy Haun and Phil Noto. If you have not given this unusual TV show a try, please do, as it will be on Mondays for at least the next few weeks. As you will discover, there are so many reasons to love Chuck.

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