Thanks to this week's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been hearing all sorts of rumors and assorted hype regarding games like "DC Universe Online" and "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions," but not as much about the super-fun looking, kid-friendly DS ad Wii "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" game
While we haven't really seen too much from Comic-Con (and yeah, it's still super early) in regards to Sony Online Entertainment's highly anticipated action MMO, "DC Universe Online," at the very least fans and gamers alike can now hear what the characters will sound like...sort of...work
By now we've all heard the news that noted professional hate monger Fred Phelps will be setting up camp at this year's San Diego Comic-Con alongside his faithful disciples of the Westboro Baptist Church, doing their usual song and dance of holding up prism-colored signs and saying idiotic nonsense in the hopes someone will pay attention to them (You'll likely be best served ignoring him, however).
In a statement released to the press, Phelps insists the reason he decided to target Comic-Con this year was, " have turned comic book characters into idols," followed by the some ambiguous Bible verses before going on to insinuate that Comic-Con is nothing more than a place where us geeks go to worship at the altars of Superman, Batman and the various creative talents behind them.
If you're anything like us, you've got one thing on your mind this week -- no, not San Diego Comic-Con, "Scott Pilgrim" Vol. 6 or "Inception," but rather if and when we'd be able to see the rest of the third wave of Iron Man 2 "Comic Series" action figures
By now we've all seen the trailers for acclaimed director Christopher Nolan's ("The Dark Knight") latest foray into cinema, "Inception," and judging the film based solely on the previews, it looks to be yet another classic Nolan mind-schtup.
Earlier this month, we received this bizarre image from the folks at Dark Horse Comics without any explanation and only a hashtag-inspired clue which, sure enough, led us to the Twitter feed, @notatcomiccon.
After weeks of long, sleepless nights wondering what it all meant and if we'd need to mow corporate logos into our yards (