By now many fans have read DC's Injustice: Gods Among Us prequel comic and have a basic understanding of the character motivations in NetherRealm's upcoming post-apocalyptic fighting game that pits heroes and villains against... villain-y heroes and heroic-ish villains? It's a turbulent elseworld where up is down and down is up, with two characte
Injustice Gods Among Us
Injustice: Gods Among Us just got a lot more demonic with the addition of Raven as a playable character. The Teen Titan (or in this game's context, an older, just plain Titan?) can be seen kicking the snot out of Catwoman in the latest trailer for NetherRealm's upcoming DC fighting game. A
Animation: Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch has announced that the Disney Chanel has renewed the show for a second season.
Anime: Black Widow, Punisher, War Machine and Hawkeye join Tony Stark in blasting things and looking pensive in the latest Iron Man: Rise of Technovore anime feature trailer.
Infographics: Friend of CA and Wired Digital Design Director Tim Leong visualizes 20 years of Vertigo's ongoing comic book series.
Gaming: A trailer for the German version of Injustice: Gods Among Us gives players a look at the upcoming "Blackest Night" DLC (which will surely arrive on the American version in some form).
With the Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena social media campaign rolling out in-game fighting footage and associated character reveals it's easy to lose sight of one of the most important facts associated with the DC Comics fighting game: Lex Luthor is a huge jerk. A new trailer for one of the upcoming game's Collector's Edition offerings (which includes "New 52" costume skins for Bat
Movies: Marvel's Iron Man and Hulk: Heroes United CG animated feature will arrive on digital platforms and home video on December 3.
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Lego: Chris Melby imagines Superman's Fortress of Solitude in Lego
The weekly Injustice: Gods Among Us Battle Arena Weekly Match-Up videos usually serve as straightforward community-engagement pieces, but this time around there was a fairly substantial reveal: Sinestro and Hawkgirl will be playable characters in the upcoming NetherRealm fighting game. Considering the game's plot seems to revolve around a very Earthly kind of civil war between different factions of heroes and villai