You saw the latest trailer for Starbound earlier this week, now watch as Zach takes his character down to a new world to cut down trees, craft a bow and interact with the wildlife on a new episode of Zach Plays.
There’s an all new number one Black Widow coming your way in January, and Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, for your enjoyment.
If you are looking for a really unique piece of film history to give to someone for the holiday, you might want to hustle over to Invaluable where they are putting Han Solo’s DL-44 Blaster from The Empire Strikes Back on the auction block.
Zero Year continues in Batman as the Dark City storyline has started. Now, many of DC’s titles are tying in to the story with their twenty-fifth issue. The Flash is one of those titles. And why shouldn’t it? Everything is better with Batman! Your review awaits!
The new Batman of Earth 2 tries to turn the tide in the war against the forces of Darkseid and Apokolips, but even as new allies reveal themselves the planet trembles before its new rulers.
The various rumors swirling around Star Wars Episode VII seem to imply that the original actors will be playing versions of themselves that are, like the actors themselves, 30 years down the line from the Battle Of Endor. I find myself enjoying that idea, wondering what a 70-year-old Han Solo might be up to, or what kind of fighting techniques would be most appropriate for 62-year-old Luke Skywalker, legendary balancer of The Force. There are problems with that sort of story-telling (notably seen in the recent 50th Anniversary Doctor Who special, wherein an elderly Tom Baker made an appearance, while the other retirement-age Doctors probably wouldn’t have fit the story being told), but for every negative, there’s a bright side. The “twenty minutes into the future” setting of Marvel’s Spider-Girl series gave us a fiftyish Peter Parker, having given up his mantle to teenage daughter May, and tried to show us the realistic consequences of Spider-Man’s heroic life. What might Batman comics be like if Bruce Wayne had aged realistically from his first appearance in 1939? Thereupon hangs today’s query…
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) sees what’s become of me, when I look around at my possibilities, asking: What story would you most like to see taking place in “real time” and why?
Stop motion animations done with Lego can go one of two ways – extremely great, or extremely horrible. Thankfully the people at Bricktease have done a frame for frame recreation of the Blue Brothers car chase scene through the mall that falls into the extremely great category.
Hot Foods That Taste Great Cold
Top Five is a show where the hosts categorize, rank, compare, and stratify everything… from cars to gadgets to people and movies. From stuff that is hot, and things that are not nearly as interesting – it’s Top Five.
It’s been a week since we stuffed our gullets with turkey and stuffing and everything else that makes the holidays great. Now we are looking at leftovers and hot foods that taste great cold!
Find out why Peter says that shooting parts of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is “just like I used to do in the old days, at home, on Super 8 camera.” The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is in theaters on December 13.
Though we are all still wondering how Lucasfilm is going to wrap up Star Wars: The Clone Wars, we’re even more interested in seeing what Disney and Lucasfilm will do with Star Wars Rebels. A new video has surfaced that has a behind-the-scenes video of the upcoming show.