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Coming up with a recurring enemy for Wolverine is harder than it sounds, because he has a habit of gutting them from throat to crotch like a misbehaving catfish, which is sort of understandable when your power is mostly indestructible claws and mood swings.
I mean, what kid wouldn’t want to play with a plastic sack with a dead-eyed clown painted on it? This thing looked like Tim Curry should play it in a disappointing miniseries.
A look at various comic book properties that Tom would like to see made into television series.
A few enterprising writers realized that these comically outmatched losers could be repurposed and present an actual threat to our favorite heroes.
What can a whole decade in development do for a Final Fantasy game? Let’s find out!
Cyberlore Studios sends Classic Battletech out with a bang.
A look at various comic properties and how they might make for good source material for new Netflix series.
As Nimoy himself illustrated throughout his professional life, there was so much more to him than his unique portrayal of a super-intelligent extraterrestrial who did his best to minimize emotion.
It wasn’t always easy to fill 22 pages worth of Comic Code-friendly stories and adventures, especially not since anything good you came up with would just get stolen by Stan Lee anyway. Combine that with deadline panic, and you end up with a few characters who didn’t think their personas through very well.
A new study published in The Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology suggests super-beings might not be the greatest role models for children, after all.
January is upon us, so it’s time once again to take a look back at the most popular articles of the previous year.
2016 wasn’t that bad, but then some famous people died, so it was the worst year ever. And some games came out and Roland played them.
How to stay alive in the digital dream.
January 1st is coming soon, but we’re not the only people who can use 2017 as chance to start something new. Our favorite TV and movie characters should use the coming new year to better themselves too. Or at the very least, become less terrible. …To watch, I mean. I don’t care if someone is a good person, so long as they entertain me.
The seventh generation of Pokémon has arrived in full force! But are Sun and Moon worthy of their record-breaking sales?
This week, the DC/CW superhero shows launch their very first four-night crossover event, and most of the episodes are all titled “Invasion!”, and if you’re a comics fan you probably already know this crossover is loosely based on Invasion!, DC Comics’ company-wide event of 1988.
I discuss a topic that I had no idea was discussed.
A teardown of the two games in the Deus Ex series, and the one and a half games in the Eidos Montreal Nostalgia Cash-In series.
We finally really did it! But come on, how many systems of government last for 241 years straight? I think we did a pretty good job, all things considered.
The real world isn’t quite as far from the Seven Kingdoms as you might think. In fact, many of the characters are shockingly similar…