Critical Hit Season 4 premieres tomorrow! This primer covers the final seasonal forest, as well as the ancient question:
Why did the Elves leave the Feywild?
Want to see some LEGO bad-assery? Check out this stop motion video featuring a fight of epic proportions… and by proportions, I really mean an inch-and-a-half, ’cause that’s how big Minifigs are… See what I did there?
Even though Wolverine has less than blockbuster success at the box office, H’Wood is sending the adamantium clawed hero back to theaters for a second outing.
The movie’s story line will take its cue from the early 1980s Chris Claremont/Frank Miller miniseries, which is set in Japan and features Wolverine dealing with ninjas as he struggles whether to follow his animal killer instincts or the life under a samurai’s code of honor and respect.
Hugh Jackman will return as the title character and will also serve as producer.Â Â $180 million isn’t anything to sneeze at, and I bet Fox is hoping good word, and with the “Usual Suspects” scribe Christopher McQuarrie on board to write, the followup might be better than the original.Â I know there are some of the Major Spoilerites who liked the Wolverine movie, and I wonder how many will head back to the theater for the sequel?
Coming your way April 1st from Image Comics – VIKINGS!
Do a sense a new meme coming down the pipe?Â Pirates, Ninjas, or Vikings?
This week, we take a look at ninjas in the theatres, college kids in tights, DCâ€™s big three in limbo, and a gaggle of costumed goodness. Â Rodrigo expands his horizons, Stephen brings the snark, and Matthewâ€¦ does whatever it is that heâ€¦ yâ€™know, does. Â You can write the next Great American Theme song, The life and times of the Mates, and a special bonus feature: How to spell â€œBizarro!â€Â Join, us, wonâ€™t you, as we gaze into the Abyss, only to find Frank Gorshin giggling back at us. Â Why is it Frank Gorshin, you ask? Â I have no ideaâ€¦ Â But The Major Spoilers podcast is on the air!
Show Notes after the Jump!
As you are sitting around the office, or waiting for your Xbox Live system to reboot for the umptenth time today, and you need something to do, why not take up papercraft?
The 4Kids TV website has a whole lotta characters you can download, print, cut and paste together to make an interesting cubicle decoration or piece of art to give your significant other.Â There are quite a few manga inspired creations there, plus you can download all of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (and Splinter too) and create your own ninjas on 20 weight.