From the streets of Gotham to the far reaches of the Multiverse, these are the best comic book covers of the week!
If only there was some way, for an incredibly lazy yet astonishingly handsome writer to have an Optimus Prime on his desk that could roll out and transform without me needing to molest its various plastic parts with my ham-fisted appendages. Hasbro, has finally heard my prayers and is ready to answer them. Provided that I pay $700 for salvation, that is.
Several decades, the endless match of technology, and a whole lot of artistic license has resulted in Iron Man having one of the most flexible appearances in comic books. But if you went straight back to the source, the Iron Man of the 1960s looked a whole lot different than the sleek and angular armoured Avenger that we know of today.
From the streets of Gotham to the far reaches of the Multiverse, these are the best comic book covers of the week.
Doom 3 was scary in 2004, its legacy was cemented in a spiffy remaster a couple of years later, and chances are that it’ll be even more capable of ruining your pants when experienced via the extra FPS power of the PlayStation VR. Doom 3 VR hit shelves this week, and if you’re looking to score the game for the low price of nothing, then here’s your chance.
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