After two years of teases, previews, E3 demos and an inordinate amount of press coverage, my most anticipated game of 2018 finally comes out in less than a month: Insomniac Games’ Spider-Man, featuring an older, more seasoned version of the web-slinger faced with the threat of a consortium of his greatest villains.
Last week, Oculus Studios and Sanzaru Games released Marvel: Powers United VR exclusively for the Oculus Rift. Oculus had noted it was one of the their largest investments in a single game yet and it was to my knowledge their first with an IP. The game, however, was met with mixed reviews with critics calling the game…
Everything surrounding Black Panther, from the first teaser trailer to this point post-release, has been constantly punctuated by power move after well-deserved power move. It’s not every day, after all, that anyone can get Kendrick Lamar himself to organize what’s basically an official mixtape for their movie. Yet…
A jazz segment lasting all of nine seconds. A voice lodging itself into the cerebral cortices of an unsuspecting populace. A mantra on constant repeat, six times per minute, hurtling towards eternity. Breathing voice. Breathing eternity. Breathing ride. Breathing Mahvel baybee. Breathing Magneto. Breathing wheel.
By now you will have heard about the gigantic news rocking the entertainment world, well... the other news rocking Hollywood. For fifty two billion US dollars Walt Disney Corporation is buying out Fox Entertainments debts and assets, including IPs. This is of course huge news on the superhero front, which we shall of…
**This will probably contain some spoilers for the show so beware before continuing on.**
Many superhero stories today question how much property damage vigilante superheros actually cause, but Daredevil #191 (1964) asked how much damage superheros do to people.
People on the comment boards for articles covering the re-release of Marvel Ultimate Alliance and its 2009 follow up are balking over each game’s price tag, but never fear true believer, it’s totally worth the money.
So…I just read All New, All Different Spider-Man #5 by Brian Michael Bendis. I enjoyed it. I have loved everything Bendis has written ever since I first picked up Ultimate Spider-Man. That is why I will be the first to admit that All New, All Different Spider-Man doesn’t feel right. Sure, Bendis’s dialogue is witty as…
Welcome my friends to this week’s edition of our cheap digital comics, after almost a month away! (Sorry.) Let’s just jump right into it, shall we?
I haven’t done one of these in a while so since it was a Friday, I figured it would be a fun way to end the week.
I remember very vividly the first conversation I had with my mom about Disney Infinity when the original wave showed up in our local Toys R Us and Walmarts a few years ago.
Hey, everyone! My name is Worth Dayley, and I was an environment artist on all Disney Infinity releases. I helped develop the Toybox. I designed the initial run of Creativitoys. I built all the Tron Legacy stuff in 1.0. I was responsible for Kittens for Fists making it onto the to-do list. I lived inside Riley’s…
Good morning all! It’s my last weekend before Disneyland! Yay! What are y’all up to?
It’s a beautiful spring morning, which means it’s a great time to go read some comics outside! Come on, you know you want to!