Courtesy of Warner Bros. UK, a full-length trailer for the Batman prequel series Gotham has arrived. It's probably the least "teaser-ey" one yet, and actually features a pretty good look at all of the major players, including Jada Pinkett Smith's Fish Mooney, one of the show's original characters.
As with most big budget movies, Guardians of the Galaxy was in development for quite a while before it was revealed to the public in 2012. In fact, Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige first mentioned the possibility four years before the film would hit theaters. During that time, the character designs and visual style went through a lot of changes.
The final wing of Naxxramas, Hearthstone's first singleplayer "adventure," arrived last night. As before, the most challenging portion of the new wing, the Frostwyrm Lair, is Heroic mode, which pits you against beefed up versions of the final two bosses. If you're having trouble getting through Sapphiron and Kel’Thuzad, here are the two decks I used.
No, MAG (Manga-Anime Guardians) is not some awesome metamanga about protecting manga from manga-destroying pirates; rather, it's a very real organization put together by the Japanese government to crack down on manga/anime piracy--albeit in the most inconceivably stupid ways possible, as outlined by this handy (and hilarious) video by the good folks at Tofugu.
It turns out fish are good at lots of things we don't give them credit for. They've been playing Pokemon for awhile now. Now they're playing Street Fighter. Once you see the simple setup that allows the fish to play video games the mind just explodes with possibilities.
Despite the fact that Warner Bros. has not yet officially announced a Shazam movie, Dwayne Johnson has basically gone ahead and confirmed it anyways. While promoting Hercules in Mexico, Johnson not only flatly admitted that Shazam is in development, but also added that he hasn't made up his mind on which character he wants to play.
If you've been on Twitter or Reddit's r/gaming board today, you've probably seen a lot of anger, confusion, and name-calling over a game developer named Zoe Quinn. As with most of these social media-fueled controversies, it becomes hard to tell where the opinions end and the actual story begins. So in an attempt to clarify an increasingly muddled issue, here are just the facts on what's been going on over the past couple of days.
Time to continue out search for the filthiest, the orneriest, the most tasteless and disgusting and worst album covers ever produced by musician-kind. We've seen all sorts of messed up stuff from bearded ladies and saw crotches to over-filled toilets to - GASP - a Nicki Minaj! What's in store for this installment? Grab your eye washin' juice and let's find out!
MarketWatch, the kind of publication that puts the stock tag and most recent performance after the name of any company they mention, recently revealed that Facebook is testing a bracketed "satire" tag in front of fake news stories like those run by The Onion or Hard Dawn. This will keep the clueless rabble from complaining when they've been duped into believing a story about a clueless local Facebook user. It might also help curb mainstream media reporting on these false news stories. In so much as cable news can be considered "reporting."
An almost pristine copy of the "Holy Grail of comics" is on sale now on eBay. Action Comics #1 was published in June 1938, and features the first ever appearance of Superman. It's about as rare a comic as you can find, and this one just happens to be certified as the most well-preserved copy in the world. It's no surprise than that with a little over five days left in the auction, bidding is already nearing $2 million.
The Marvel universe continues to grow, but that doesn't mean we won't be seeing a lot of familiar faces in the upcoming movies. Two bits of casting for their 2015 slate, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, have been revealed, and both of them feature returning Marvel players.
Looks like everyone's favorite punching bag is about to get hit a few more times. EA is reportedly not going to be releasing early review copies for The Sims 4. Some might see this as a tactical move on EA's part, perhaps as retalation against an industry that has come to love reporting on all the company's errors. Others will probably just say it's EA being evil and trying to hide how terrible they've made The Sims 4.