Zach is back to play more Starbound! Due to a patch in the game his previous character, Bromaster, has travelled into the great unknown, but a new character has been generated and it’s time to do some crafting!
As the Forever Evil villains event continues this month in DC, we’re learning very interesting things about the baddies, and this issue is no exception!
Kotobukiya’s ARTFX+ statue line is one the most detailed lines that I have seen with each statue seemingly better looking than the previous. The trend continues with Kotobukiya’s latest piece of the Hulk.
On this week’s Zach on Film we discuss Batman trilogy director Christopher Nolan’s mind-bending Inception. We make mention of his next project, Interstellar, which just began filming yesterday and had its first synopsis released.
Someone recently asked me to post a review that wasn’t as positive as I usually prefer, so here goes! If you’re a kid reading this, you need to go to a very different page NOW!
The Riddick line of movies will see the third installment release later this year, so, for now, fans will have to be okay with just watching the latest International trailer. Which is ready for you after the jump.
After a harrowing fight that was literally all in his mind, the Superior Spider-Man is back to work and potentially Ghost-Peter-Parker free. Still, with his behavior being ‘off’ and his actions being a bit out of character, people are starting to wonder just what the heck is up with Spider-Man lately? More after the jump!
Any regular sneak peak for Pixar’s Monsters University should be enough to generate more buzz about the sequel, but one that showcases the character voiced by Nathan Fillion would make the older animation audience even more excited. Johnny Worthington speaks after the jump!
What do you do when you are floating high above the Earth? Make a music video.
Thanks Commander Chris Hadfield for that wonderful way to end the week!
Everyone has a creative endeavor of some sort, and everyone gets writer’s block on occasion, no matter how good they are. How would you like a simple, randomized way of helping to get past that block, whatever you may be doing? If you’d like that, then take the jump and find out what it is.
This month, Major Spoilers is looking at the funny pages, and we’re kicking things off with a look at Berkeley Breathed’s Bloom County.
Berkley Breathed’s Bloom County was one of the most popular and critically acclaimed newspaper strips of all time. Bloom County ran from December 8th, 1980 to August 6th, 1989 and was published in an astounding 1200 newspapers on a daily basis. The huge popularity of Bloom County spawned a merchandizing bonanza, as well as two spin-off strips, Outland and Opus. The Bloom County Library Volume 1 highlights the first time the entire run of the immensely popular Bloom County strip has been collected in beautifully designed hard cover books with exceptional reproduction.
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Asking the age old question: What if one of the girls James Bond slept with, who’s supposed to die… actually gets away?