With its October 18 release date just days away, anticipation has never been hotter for Batman: Arkham City, the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum, the Guinness World Record for best reviewed superhero video game ever. On hand to discuss the game with a packed auditorium of fans was Sefton Hill, the game direct
Digital: Marvel's comiXology app is now available on Android devices. Additionally, Marvel content is now also available on the Comics by comiXology Android app.
Gaming: The upcoming Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will include the Combaticons and their combined form Bruticus.
Movies: Will the next Wolverine movie have an R-rat
You know that feeling you get, like an icy katana to your soul, every time you remember that R. Kelly's 1997 Batman and Robin soundtrack contribution "Gotham City" happened? Well good news! By almost all accounts the soundtrack for Warner Bros. Interactive and Rocksteady Studios' Batman: Arkham City video game won't cut to
Marvel's animated "Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!" Web series is known for its comics and pop culture guests, but this week's installment casts an especially wide music net with appearances from MC Chris and Coheed & Cambria's "Claudio Sanchez."
MC Chris and Sanchez both have pretty impressive ties to comics. Sanch
BOOM! Studios have provided ComicsAlliance with a 5 page preview of the debut issue of "Kill Audio" #2, which arrives in stores November 4, 2009.
Kill Audio #2
by: Claudio Sanchez, Chondra Echert & Mr. Sheldon with additional cover by Chuck B
Coheed and Cambria frontman Claudio Sanchez's latest comic book outing, "Kill Audio," debuts today courtesy of Boom! Studios.
To celebrate the miniseries' debut, there's a new motion comicish trailer online (check it out after the jump) featuring the vocal stylings of Sanchez himself.