April 18th, 2013 marked the 75th birthday of DC Comic’s mightiest hero. Superman, The Man of Steel, The Last Son of Krypton, seems to be only getting better with age. My favorite superhero of all time has really turned around and looks to have a very bright future ahead of him. Starting with DC’s revamped [...]
The more I see of Man of Steel, the more excited I get. Feast your eyes on the incredible visuals from the film’s latest trailer, with these 130+ screengrabs.
The makers of the mega-award-winning The Walking Dead: The Video Game, Telltale Games, have just announced their next big new title. It’s a collaboration with DC Comics called The Wolf Among Us, and it’s based on Bill Willingham’s fan-favorite comic book Fables.
The Angry Birds have taken over the world. I don’t know when it happened exactly, but it’s done. It’s their world, we just live in it. I present as evidence: 20 awesomely clever Angry Birds mashups.
We’ve got ourselves a new Man of Steel trailer, and it’s full of first looks at lots of characters, as well as our first action scenes. Check out these high-res screengrabs, as well as my theory on the plot of the movie.
http://youtu.be/EBoG45BkeBc?hd=1 The creators of Mortal Kombat have set their sights on the DC Comics universe, and they’re taking no prisoners. The result is Injustice: Gods Among Us, a brand new PvP fighting game that stars all of DC’s most popular characters.
I enjoy all of the LEGO video games, but I’m genuinely excited about LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes for an entirely different reason. For the first time ever, a LEGO game will feature an open world that you can explore and play through however you like.
You’ve probably never wondered to yourself, “What would it be like if Aardman did DC Comics superheroes?” (Aardman, in case you don’t know, is the claymation studio behind Wallace & Gromit, Chicken Run, Arthur Christmas, and lots more.) Today you’re going to find out exactly what it’s like.
LEGO has just released its first toys in the new “LEGO DC Universe Superheroes” lineup (“LEGO Marvel Superheroes” sets are coming later this year). To celebrate, adult LEGO builder Rod Gillies created this awesome TV displaying a Superman minifigure TV show — and it really plays.