Our first real look at Marvel's Ant-Man debuted on TV today following the season premiere of Agent Carter (it was a damn good Tuesday night, that's for sure). As with anything Marvel, there are more than a few blink-and-you'll-miss-'em moments in this teaser, so let's break it down shot-by-shot and see what we can find.
Hello listeners! I know the holidays are always hard on all of us, and the Super Circuitcast crew took a few weeks off, but now they're back with a double helping of Circuitcast goodness! Listen below as Matt, Moo, Rami, Ryan, and Sean discuss their favorite games of 2014 and their most anticapted games of 2015 in two different, but equally important, episodes!
Okay, let's not get off on the wrong foot. I love DC and Marvel as much as the next person, but independent comics were how I got in to reading comics on a regular basis. It wasn't until I was handed a stack of Avenger's Academy, Runaways, and Alan Moor's Guide To The DC Universe by my brother's girlfriend that I started reading things that came out of the Big Two. So while I do love DC and Marvel, I'm always a little saddened by the amazing breadth of comics that my DC/Marvel devotee friends don't know.
2014 was not a great year for movie theaters (the worst year since 2011 as a matter of fact). Still, that didn't stop some films from making some major bank at the box office. Want to guess how many movies Disney had in the top 10?
What do Africa, a tropical island, and the Himalayas have in common? Not a whole lot aside from being the settings of the last three Far Cry games. With that sort of globe-hopping (and let's not forget the fact that the original Far Cry was a sci-fi game), and it's no surprise that Ubisoft has a lot of flexibility in where to take the series next.
The opening scene: commandos in a South American jungle eye a compound defended by a confederation of sentient machines and disenfranchised animal/human hybrids. A negotiation fumbles, the simian rebel leader is beheaded, and the cowardly executioner is canonized. So goes the future envisioned in Twilight, riddled with false idols and an undying quest to quench man's thirst for greatness.
As the sequel to the third most successful movie of all time, a lot of people are wondering if The Avengers: Age of Ultron can join the exclusive $2 billion dollars club. Honestly, I don’t think it will but there is good reason for that speculation.
Funny Books is back, and ready to piggy back on that sweet, sweet Avengers gravy train. From now until the premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Funny Books will take a look back at some of the Avengers’ most important moments. We begin with the story that started it all, Avengers #1, 1963, by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Mad Max looks young; Deathproof was definitely crappy; Stephen Hawking is no Newton; Phantasy Star Online makes a major comeback and is completely culturally relevant; Square Enix makes another boo boo.
As a creative soul with a love for offbeat & dark humor, the LittleBigPlanet game series has provided me with a terrific platform for developing rocket powered, baby doll laden adventures for roughly half a decade. But in the dark crevices of my mind still burns the haunting question: “Can I make something even more outrageous?” The recent release of LittleBigPlanet 3 might just be the answer that will let me sleep at night (in that, I will leave others sleepless).