Batman has been pushed to his limits time and time again, in this latest issue of the Dark Knight III The Master Race, the grim detective is once again pushed to his limits. After making an impassioned plea, as much of a plea as you will get from a grim and gritty Batman, to Superman to come back to the world will the Dark Knight’s patience be tested as he is forced to sit on the sidelines and watch.
With Star Wars ruling the pop culture landscape the interest in space opera’s has never been higher. The latest offering from Mark Millar and Stuart Immonen that trend looks to continue with the first issue of their new series Empress. Will this comic scratch the itch for new spaced based adventures?
Having debuted over 50 years ago in the pages of the Fantastic Four, the Black Panther has a long and rich history. Will this new comic series from acclaimed writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and veteran superstar artist Brian Stelfreeze, Marvel seeks to honor the rich history of the character while taking him in a new direction. Will this comic live up to the expectations of fans while priming the pump for the characters debut in next month’s Captain America Civil War film?
What if the union of a generation’s brightest minds like Albert Einstein and Robert Oppenheimer was not a signal for optimism, but foreboding? What if everything… went wrong?
In the year 1945, the atomic bomb proved its capacity for immense devastation, but what if the creation of that ultimate killing machine was just a cover for a series of other, more unusual, programs? A brand new, monthly ongoing series from Image Comics will pose that question by taking a look at one of the most critical periods of change in the 20th century through a lens both darkened and strange. Join us, for what is poised to the breakout hit of 2012, THE MANHATTAN PROJECTS!
NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI), in partnership with Columbia Pictures, today announced an all-new Men In Black™ video game, launching as a standalone title to coincide with the global theatrical release of Men In Black III in Spring 2012. True to the spirit of the franchise, the original title will feature action-packed, yet light-hearted gameplay mixed with edge-of-your-seat shooting excitement from the universe’s most elite peacekeeping force.
Transformers: Dark Of the Moon is one of the top grossing movies of 2011 so far, ranking behind only Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2. This marks the third and possibly last film by Michael Bay in the series and to say the series has been polarizing to the original fan base would be an understatement. From the very first leaked concept art of the robots to the robotic testicles this series has seen some highs and lows. Will this final outing of the Autobots and Decpticons be one for the ages or will they simply fade to black or dark as it were? If you have not seen Transformers: Dark of the Moon please be warned that this review is spoiler filled.