Crazy Detailed Figures of Iconic Marvel Heroes

Crazy Detailed Figures of Iconic Marvel Heroes

We got a chance to get up close and personal with Mezcotoyz newest One:12 Collective figures on display at New York Comic Con 2016. The super-detailed, 1:12 scale figures portray classic Marvel heroes and villains, including Spider-Man and Red Skull. Each figure has multiple points of articulation, as well as a ton of other cool, figure-specific features like real-cloth costumes and interchangeable weapons. Seth Macy is a freelance writer who just wants to be your friend. Follow him on Twitter @sethmacy, and MyIGN at sethgmacy, or check out Seth Macy’s YouTube channel. Continue reading…
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Original Nova Rockets Back for New Marvel Comic

Original Nova Rockets Back for New Marvel Comic

Today during Marvel’s Spider-Man: Clone Conspiracy panel, the publisher announced that original Nova Richard Rider will be returning for a new Nova comic book series scheduled to hit in December. The series will be co-written by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Perez with art by Perez. Nova #1 cover by Ramon Perez. (Marvel Comics)Last we saw Richard Rider, he was trapped in the Cancerverse with Peter Quill and Drax, and together they were fighting to keep Thanos trapped there with them. Eventually, Rider tapped into the full Nova Force inside his body to open a door so his fellow heroes could travel back to the prime Marvel Universe, an act that unknowingly sent Thanos back, too. Rider remained trapped on the other side until now. Continue reading…
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Justice League Behind the Scenes Video Reveals New Scenes and Battles

Justice League Behind the Scenes Video Reveals New Scenes and Battles

A new video from Justice League director Zack Snyder gives a look behind the camera of the upcoming film. Green screen magic, as well as on-location scenes, show the stars of the film as they go through the superhero paces, being epic, looking heroic, and generally seeming to really enjoy themselves. Last day filming in the UK. It has been an amazing shoot. Big thanks to everyone involved! #JusticeLeague pic.twitter.com/TEjEdlo81u — Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) October 7, 2016 Continue reading…
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Westworld: Episode 2 Review

Westworld: Episode 2 Review

Note: We’re posting our review of Westworld’s second episode early because HBO has released the episode early to viewers on HBO Now, HBO Go and HBO on Demand. That being the case, full spoilers for the episode follow – so go watch before you read on!. Much, if not all, of the material in the second episode of Westworld was going to be part of the pilot at one point – in what obviously would have been a mega-sized version. The decision to change this led to some big shifts, including a much bigger focus on Maeve (Thandie Newton) and the introductions of two major characters – Jimmi Simpson’s William and Ben Barnes’ Logan – being held until the second week. However, rather than leading to any sort of disjointed feeling, these changes worked incredibly well. I loved how the pilot was so focused on Dolores and her continuing “loops” in Westworld and now that we’ve had that perspective established, it felt right to now get a more traditional (in terms of storytelling) introduction into the park via two guests and what their experience is like. Continue reading…
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Dragon Quest Builders Review

Dragon Quest Builders Review

Like so many before it, the Dragon Quest series has taken a detour into the realm of Minecraft-style collecting and crafting – no points are given if you predicted that turn of events. Mucho points, however, if you called that it would execute the premise so seamlessly, and embrace its own signature traits while delivering a single-player RPG adventure that alludes to the Dragon Quest classics. To be clear, unlike Minecraft and others in the building and crafting frame, this is a solo pursuit not a social enterprise. Ready to make a mark with my lightly personalized character I was immediately shocked to be told that I was not – repeat NOT – a hero. But the gameplay informed me differently, because right out of the gate the NPCs in this simplistic RPG tale knew I was special and treated me accordingly. Tragically, it wasn’t until way past character creation did I discover I was known to them as the “Builder” because I desperately wanted to go back and rename myself Bob. Continue reading…
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