Prefer Play Arts Kai to Hot Toys? You’re looking for something more stylised in the art design department probably. Style which the latest Black Panther and Justice League Batman figures from that brand have plenty of.
Activision’s previous two Spider-Man games are perhaps the prime example here of lifting a few ideas from its rival and running wild with them. An idea that developer Insomniac Games wants to avoid, preferring instead to be more inspired by their distinguished competition.
If Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo really did lay some clues at the beginning of their Batman run, maybe they can be found right in front of us. Thanks to Dark Days: The Forge, we’ve already received one massive clue as to the focus of the mystery metal that plays so pivotal a role in the series: Immortality. Spoilers below.
If you happen to be a fan of Batman: Arkham Knight and have a pre-order in for the upcoming Hot Toys version of Bruce Wayne’s world of fisticuffs and high tech armour then here’s some good news for you: Hot Toys has an Arkham Knight to go with your sophisticated Dark Knight.
This week wrapped up the final chapter in that saga, Dark Knight III: The Master Race. A chapter that had Batman facing a threat of monumental proportions but more importantly rebuilt the world’s finest as he buried the hatchet with Superman to focus on doing what the two always did best: Save the world. Spoilers below.
Back in the day, television would gift you with hours worth of entertainment, especially in an age where superhero cartoons would all battle it out for your attention. The best way to grab your eyeballs? With an opening minute that promised you action, spandex and guitar solos. Here’s ten such intros which are somehow still brilliant today.
The ultimate Batman V Superman simulator is getting one hell of an update based on weeks of feedback since it launched and made us believe that a man could indeed fly when punched into orbit by a Kryptonian solar-god with delusions of grandeur. Here's what's changing in Injustice 2.
His wife Lois Lane, unborn child and most of Metropolis dead thanks to the machinations of the Joker, Superman did what any living solar battery powerhouse would do: End the Joker once and for all, crossing a line that he never came back from as he descended further into tyranny over the course of the first year of the Injustice comic books. A plot twist that earned writer Tom Taylor plenty of hate from the internet.
Tekken 7 is out, and for fans of the series it’s just about everything they could have wanted. Unless they wanted a genuinely engaging single player mode, that is. Tekken 7 is a very good fighting game though – and it’s obvious that many, many of you wanted a copy of this game. There can be only one.
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