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AOTS Tuesday, September 14

Posted September 14, 2010 - By Eugene Morton
The AOTS camera is in your hand when we showcase local events covered and filmed by viewers like you. Join the Viewer Army today!
Dragon*Con came and went, but luckily 'AOTS' viewer Lawrence Green was there in Atlanta to capture the experience for us! Check out his adventures in this latest report from our Viewer Army.
Blair Butler reports from the House of Secrets in Burbank, CA to report on exclusive news from Marvel about Daredevil, as well as a brilliant comic about prison riots and murder known as 'The Unwritten.'
Candace Bailey brings the news feeding for Tuesday with Halo: Reach blockbuster sales, Steve Job's latest airport fiasco, new stars for the De Niro-Scorsese film and more.
Take your photography skills on a wild ride with these latest camera tech from Candace Bailey, like the Oregon Scientific all terrain action cam, the Nikon D3100 with its continuous auto focus feature and the Fujifilm 3D point and shoot.
We turn our focus spaceward, with this look at galactic-based news and the things that can only happen in the outer reaches of the universe.
The final frontier just got a whole lot more interesting with these latest developments in the space industry, from the most powerful rocket ever tested by NASA, Jupiter's voracious appetite for other planets and the search for the Mirror universe.
Special guests, hot movie coverage, on-location shoots and everything else that only a show like Attack of the Show can show.
The students at DAVE School at Universal Studios won the 2010 Star Wars Fan Made Movie challenge with this animation, The Solo Adventures, exclusively seen on Attack of the Show.
Film expert Chris Gore is in studio with Kevin Pereira to run down this week's top DVD releases, including 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' with Jake Gyllenhaal, 'The Rock-Afire Explosion' documentary and a rapid fire television DVD review.
There are a lot of ways to let off steam, but in our humble opinion, the best way is to kick your shoes off, sit back in a comfy chair and take in the pure lunacy happening Around the Net. Ain't no better stress reliever on earth than watching people who arent you, like a student who punches a professor at a graduation, a nerd who gets way too excited about Pokemon and a geek who laughs like a wounded mule, make fools of themselves.

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