Fonts: I'm not sure anything can save Comic Sans, but it never hurts to hear reasonable arguments to the contrary.
Weaker first-person shooter video games can confine players to unremarkable corridors and tight environments in the name of economy, but judging from new location concept art and stills, it seems that High Moon Studios is building on the kind of sprawling maps seen in their Transformers games to deliver a suitably massive Marvel Universe for Deadpool to saunter about (and kill enemies)
Rob Liefield fans got some good news in Official Xbox Magazine last week regarding the status of Cable and Domino appearing in Activision and High Moon Studios' upcoming Deadpool video game, but what about his arguably most famous creation at Marvel and the game's titular character? Xbox 360 Achievements and CVG have p
Following a relatively quiet 2012, Activision kicked off the new year with a new gameplay video for The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, its 2013 first-person-shooter based on AMC's TV adaptation of Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's TWD comic book. While this early footage
It's been just a little longer than a month since Activision and High Moon Studios announced the upcoming Deadpool video game at Comic-Con with the fanfare of a full trailer, on-site viral marketing and an appearance by the Merc With a Mouth himself. Things have been almost conspicuously quiet since then, however, with the only major reveal being that the game is being penned by form
Crowdfunding: Top Cow's Cyber Force Kickstarter is now live, giving backers a chance to help "produce and give away the first full five issue story arc of the brand-new Cyber Force full color ongoing series."
Gaming: Deadpool comic writ
Deadpool literally stole the show during the latter portion of today's Marvel Video Games panel at San Diego Comic-Con by busting open the back doors of Ballroom 6 and announcing his own Deadpool video game developed by Activision's High Moon Studios coming in 2013 (and not a solo Hit-Monkey game, as an early website launch teased). Armed wit
Anime: Kodansha and creator Naoko Takeuchi have announced that a new anime adaptation of the Sailor Moon manga is in the works. Apparently it won't be a film, so it's possible a new series or some other anime project.