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. The following moment may not be too important for the series overall, but believe me, it’s a must read. I’m talking Avengers #83, 1970, by Roy Thomas and John Busema, starring THE LADY LIBERATORS!!
Warning: Possible Sexism/Feminism Ahead. Emphasis on the “Possible.”
There’s a lot of stuff to love about being a gamer in 2015. Advanced graphics, state-of-the-art gameplay, integrated social interaction. But it’s not all sunshine and achievements. These are the six gaming trends that absolutely need to die. Immediately.
Welcome to Early Release! A series that covers games that are in available in early release form on Steam. Today’s featured game is the newest title from BitMonster Games, Grav, an action survival game set in space.
On last week’s episode of Adventure Time, “Evergreen,” a prehistoric ice wizard and his young ward contend with an apocalyptic comet bearing down on the planet, with a wish-granting crown. It’s the eponymous time again!
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. This week, the Avenger’s change the face of Marvel Comics forever by bringing back a little known kid from Brooklyn, Captain America!, in Avengers #4, 1963, by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Wild’s End has proven quite the surprising title thus far: it’s tempting to call it War of the Worlds with fluffy British anthropomorphs, and accurate though that might be, it says nothing to the value of a simple story done correctly. The artwork of I.N.J. Culbard and writing of Dan Abnett are simple, understated, and miraculously tackle quaintness more on the side of realism, despite taking place at the turn of the century in a country we’re normally used to cartooning with accents and stuffy mannerisms.
This year's Oscar nominations are official, and well, let's just say that The LEGO Movie didn't get a nomination for Animated Feature Film, and that's pretty much all I have to say about these choices.
While some of you may be downright sick of hearing about Spider-Man, this next bit of news might just change your tune. Everyone’s favorite neighborhood web-slinger might be wall-crawling his way straight into the Avengers universe.
This time, on the Super Circuitcast, the gang discusses remastered re-releases of video games. Yes, Matt, Ryan, and Sean discuss the merits of such a practice. Also, Jen and Rami are there as well. Listen below!