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It looks like the next game in the “Call of Duty” franchise not only has a name, but a setting and a major added bonus.
Ahead of a formal announcement rumored to be made next week, leaked promotional material on the PlayStation Store (via Polygon) indicated that this year’s entry in the world’s biggest video game series will be titled “Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare” and could shift the game’s setting to space. Continue reading
Nintendo’s next console, codenamed the NX, will launch in March 2017, Nintendo said today in a financial earnings announcement. Furthermore, it will not be showing the console at E3 2016 in June. Continue reading
Waypoint Entertainment have acquired the rights to two comic properties by “Kick-Ass” and “Kingsman” creator Mark Millar.
The first is “American Jesus” which follows a twelve-year-old boy who realizes he is the second coming of Jesus Christ who has returned to Earth in the present day in an effort to save mankind.
The second is “Supercrooks,” a heist story about eight super-villains forced out of retirement in an attempt to rob the world’s most notorious crime boss.
Ken Kao, Dan Kao, Russell Ackerman and John Schoenfelder are set to produce.
Yahoo has premiered the first official trailer for Batman: The Killing Joke, the upcoming animated movie from Warner Bros. based on the popular graphic novel.
A fan-made trailer went viral on the internet a few weeks ago, but it was just an edit of footage from a 10 minute featurette about Batman: The Killing Joke from theJustice League vs. Teen Titans Blu-ray. The trailer embedded above is the real deal!
Batman: The Killing Joke has officially been rated R for “some bloody images and disturbing content”. It hits Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD later this summer.
Guys, I seriously don’t even know what to say right now, so I’m just going to paste in some facts and some photos.
Everyone always says that they don’t have enough time. Or that it is hard to set aside time to create, write, or draw. Well, we are giving you that time. You don’t have to stay all 24 hrs. Hell you don’t even have to come. But if you are tired of trying to find the time to do the things you want to do then come on down and use this as an excuse. Continue reading
Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment’s direct-to-video animated adaptation of “Batman: The Killing Joke” has officially been rated R, something that was in question. Continue reading
The Edge of Extinction is… well, on the edge of extinction. Some of the art early on in the first issue captured my interest, but as the story progressed it seemed as though less and less care was given to each new panel.
I’d hoped at least for an interesting space odyssey, but unfortunately I felt the story lacking as well. It was like reading a late night, sci-fi B movie in comic form. I didn’t feel for any of the characters, I didn’t worry for their well being, or hope for their safe return.
While it’s certainly possible that the art and story might redeem themselves in future issues, I can’t say I particularly care to know what happens at this point, having read up to issue three.