Marvel’s First “Bollocks” In A Non-Mature Superhero Comic?

Tomorrow’s Six Pack And Dogwelder Begins With Utter Tragedy


Sin City Movie Producer Sued Over Frank Miller And Todd McFarlane Original Artwork

A Comic Show – Blue Beetle Vs Hellblazer For DC Rebirth


Exclusive Extended Previews Of Dejah Thoris #6 And Miss Fury #5


The Unpublished: Craig Hamilton’s Peter Pan

DC Comics Ch-Ch-Changes To Flash, Harley Quinn And Teen Titans Tomorrow


Axiom Gets Bigger As It Hits The Shelves

Marvel To Publish A Third Doctor Strange Movie Prelude Comic, Digitally, In September


Marvel Comics Launches #JackKirbyWeek For His 99th Birthday

Tomorrow’s Deadpool #17 Isn’t Even Pretending To Be A Civil War II Crossover Any More

Inhumans Vs X-Men Leads Marvel Comics Solicits For November 2016

Bloom Country Gets A Brand New Trailer – For A Brand New Collection Of Strips


Pathfinder Meets Hyboria, Barsoom, Golarion And More

Marvel IS Champing At The Bit…


Bill Nye To Write Jack And The Geniuses Chapter Book Series


Free On Bleeding Cool: Bionic Battle Rabbit #1

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“Worse Problems Than Boy Problems” Advance Review Of Snotgirl #2

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Image Launches New Hickman, Snyder, Lemire, De Campi Comics In November 2016 Solicits – As Chew Ends And Peter Panzerfaust Returns

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Kieron Gillen Answers “Is This What Kickstarter Is For?” Regarding Uber: Invasion

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A First Read Of Gerard Way And Nick Derington’s Doom Patrol #1 From DC Comics’ Young Animal. Yes There Are Spoilers.


30 Cosplay Shots From GeekOut 2016


Gun Activist Says Wizard World Will “Regret Banning Fake Guns”

Mystery Science Theater 3000 Is Back – My SDCC Interview With The New Cast And The Same Old Joel


Shaky Cameras Return In Blair Witch TV Ad


Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s The Monolith Lands At Lionsgate


Felicia Day is Mad, The New Mad Scientist on MST3K That Is – My SDCC Interview

Some Spurious And Probably Made Up Rumours About Doctor Who Series 10 And The Return Of Torchwood

Batman’s Sinister Foes Regroup In Batman: Return Of The Caped Crusaders Trailer


Joseph Fiennes To Become A Commander Of Gilead In Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale


Chloe Bennet Does Not Expect Daisy To Be Rogue For Long On Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Meet Billy Rocks The Assassin… He Is Pretty Nifty With Those Pig Stickers

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Director Gareth Edwards Ponders The Name Of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story


Young Justice Returning At Netflix Is Just Wishful Thinking… So Far

Exclusive Trailer Debut – Judge Archer


Jona Xiao Signs On To Spider-Man: Homecoming


Legends Of Tomorrow Producers Want Heat Wave To Fall In Love

J.J. Abrams Talks Steven Spielberg And Why To Get Into The Film Industry

Castle Of Horror Podcast: Stranger Things

How The Vision And Scarlet Witch Are Connected In The MCU

What To Expect From Season 1 Of Van Helsing


Mulholland Drive, In The Mood For Love Top BBC’s List Of The Best 21st Century Films


Mark Mothersbaugh Will Score Thor: Ragnarok


Rupert Grint To Headline Snatch TV Series

How To Kill A Deadite And The Tools Of The Trade

After 2 Years, Max Steel Movie Gets An International Trailer


Uncharted, The Last Of Us, God Of War And More Will Soon Be Playable On PC As PlayStation Now Is Confirmed For Platform

Microsoft Will Only Put Games On Steam ‘When It Makes Sense’

The other week, it became known that Quantum Break was escaping the schackles of the Windows store and coming to Steam, which got a lot of people excited. Did this mean, eventually, would all Microsoft games on the PC come to the platform eventually? Well, when speaking to DualShockers, Xbox marketing boss Aaron Greenberg pumped the… Read more »

Dark Souls III’s First DLC Appears To Be PvP Centric

Most of From Software’s DLC content for the Souls series has been quite good. They always seem to add to it in important ways. The first DLC for the game, at least based on informatyion from a leak might disappoint those who ignore the PvP part of the game. By way of Hachima ( via Siliconera),… Read more »

Mafia III’s 60s Based Soundtrack Is Amazing With The Rolling Stones, Elvis And More Featured

Mafia III has really impressed me thus far in it’s preamble to release. The game looks nasty, but in a considered way, taking on topics such as racism at the height of 1960s America. There was a lot going on in that decade too, and one of them was a golden age of American and… Read more »

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There Is A Neat Dark Souls Easter Egg In New Overwatch Map (Which Is Available On PTR Servers Now)

The new Overwatch map, called Eichenwalde which was revealed at Gamescom, looks really distinct. A sort of medieval castle that has been long forgotten. It’s lovely stuff. Currently it is available on PC as part of the PC PTR servers, and while in there, people have noticed a neat little easter egg. As you will see… Read more »

Oculus Creator Palmer Luckey Viciously Accused Of Being Fake (And More) By Bethesda’s Parent Company In Lawsuit

Back in 2014, word of ZeniMax suing Oculus got out, with the company claiming that the Rift was designed based off of technology, code and knowleege that was stolen from them. Well, that story has come roaring back in a pretty viscious way. As spotted by GameInformer, that lawsuit has been amended with some pretty… Read more »

Catch Up With The Final Fantasy XV Characters In This New Voice Cast Video

Final Fantasy XV, despite having just been delayed to the end of November, feels close. People are out playing, Kingsglaive is being seen, and more and more promo material is being released daily. Today, this video new video was put out to introduce you to the English voice cast of the game. While there are… Read more »

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Japan’s Prime Minister Appeared As Mario During Rio Olympic’s Closing Ceremony

It’s customary for a country’s leader or a national figure of the next Olympic games to make an appearance at the preceding closing ceremony. It’s a passing of the literal and figurative torch. Japan, who are set to host the 2020 Olympics, did it in style last night too, with the country having a segment… Read more »

PlayStation 4 Slim Will Launch In September Says Report

Last night, pictures of a supposed PlayStation 4 Slim started circulating, and the more we hear, the more legitimate they seem. I speculated last night that with this out in the wild already, it is likely to be getting a stealth release at PlayStation’s event on September 7th. Well, Eurogamer have seemingly heard from their… Read more »

Possible Images Of The PlayStation 4 Slim Have Hit Thanks To Auction Listing

So this is currently blowing up in the internet, and signs are pointing to this one being real. A listing on Gumtree of all places seems to show off the new PlayStation 4 Slim. The console is a little smaller than the original, does away with the faceplate and now has real buttons for eject… Read more »


You Can Win An Angela Premium Format Figure

Angela, one of the few modern comic characters to move from one universe to another, can now find her way to your shelf as Sideshow Collectibles is giving away a Premium Format Figure of her. The former Spawn-hunter now sibling of Thor and member of the Guardians of the Galaxy is the prize for a… Read more »

New Dishonored 2 Gameplay Footage Shows Off Elizabeth’s Spooky Assassin Powers

Dishonored 2 is most certainly hurtling towards us at an alarming rate and I for one embrace that speeding bullet. The first game might well end up being seen as a classic as it’s easily one of the best AAA stealth games in quite some time. Dishonored 2 really seems to be going for it… Read more »


“Gotta Catch Em All!” Diving Into The Steam Siege Pokemon Trading Card Game Expansion

It will come as no surprise to you that I love Pokemon, but my experience with the trading card game has been limited the past 15 years or so. When I was a kid, I had the cards, but wasn’t super into them. Since then, I’ve had a few laying around here and there purely for the… Read more »

Forging A Warglaive In The Azeroth Armory

With World of Warcraft: Legion only 10 days away, players who pre-paid for the expansion are already on making their Demon Hunters and with the new class comes the prominence of the Warglaive as a weapon. Legendary Hollywood blacksmith Tony Swatton of Sword and Stone ignited the fires of his forge to bring a mighty… Read more »

Titanfall 2 Has Lost What Made The First Special Judging By Everything I’ve Played

Titanfall was a really good game. It was fast, mobile, and cinematic in a way no AAA multiplayer shooter felt at the time. Its problems were obvious, but looking back, it’s remarkable how much of it had little to do with the moment to moment. The base for a truely excellent game was there in… Read more »

Assassin’s Creed Ezio Trilogy Is Probably Coming To New Generation Consoles

Talk of Assassin’s Creed remasters, or even just ports for the franchise have followed the series for some time. Usually the idea is that all of the games would be brought together, or at least the mainline games, into one package. Well, if this new filing is to be believed, some of the games will… Read more »

Oddly, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Has A Stereoscopic 3D Setting Built In

3D gaming was a thing for a pretty brief period of time, around about when 3D films were all the rage between 2011 and 2012. I actually like sterescopic gaming a lot, and still play modern games with the setting, but it’s usually only ever supported by third party programs that retrofit the converstion. Well,… Read more »

James Marsano On Sculpting The Suicide Squad

Being able to sculpt is impressive on it’s own, being able to sculpt likenesses of real people is even more impressive. DC All-Access talked with James Marsano on the process of sculpting the Joker, Harley Quinn and the other statues from the Suicide Squad movie.


Two New The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Clips Show Link Getting Up To Some Cooking And Solving Dungeons

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is almost certainly the most anticipated game in the near future. Interest soars anytime the smallest bit of footage comes out, and it’s understandable. It’s a new Zelda game afterall. Well, luckily I’m bringing you a little more than the smallest bit of footage today. That’s because I’m… Read more »

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – Augmented Reality

When it was announced that Deus Ex has getting a reboot a few years back, some people were understandably a little apprehensive. The first game is a classic, and still informs so much of design we see today. However, more or less, it worked out as Human Revolution turned out to be a real fan… Read more »

Bastion Fights His Robotic Nature In Beauitful Overwatch Short

I’ve very much enjoyed the Overwatch shorts thus far. Thay’ve been really well thought out and obviously put together with a fair bit of care. They always offer a little something more than what you expected. That is very much the case for their newest short focused on Bastion. It’s called The Last Bastion, and… Read more »

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Gets A Sci-Fi Launch Trailer To Put Across It’s Themes

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is setting out to carry on the good work of Human Revolution. Bringing the franchise forward to current consoles is certainly exciting for a fanbase as passionate as the fracnhises’. To get you jazzed, this new launch trailer has hit to get people excited, and it’s pretty rad. It tries to… Read more »


Xbox Thinks Console Generations Are Dead And Ongoing Iterations Are The Future

I’m yet to be sold on the idea of’ console iteration’. Console’s are enjoying great sales at the moment, but with PlayStation Neo and Project Scorpio, both Sony and Microsoft seem to be ready to adopt a mobile phone approach of constantly upgraded hardware that are supported for a few generations. Well, it seems Microsoft… Read more »