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Toys: An exclusive box set of Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum's The Walking Dead Minimates will be available on Amazon in mid-December.
Art: Albert Ching chronicles "The Journey of Mike Wieringo's First Impulse Drawing" in a moving piece remembering the beloved artist.
Despite the action figure collector following inspired by Mattel's Masters of the Universe Classics action figure line and DC's current comic series, it's been a number of years since He-Man and company have appeared in a video game. According to IGN, however, that's about to change as Mattel and Glitchsoft release He-Man: The Mo
Initially uttered by Nick Fury at the end of the Iron Man movie, the Avengers Initiative has transcended its status as the uniting force behind Marvel's movieverse and become the title of an all-new mobile game featuring gesture-based combat like Infinity Blade and Batman: Arkham City Lockdown. Beginning September 6, fans can download the $6.99 app on iOS
Combining the bombastic fun of super-hero action with the mundane drudgery of an office job might seem like a pretty risky proposition, but when it's the premise for a new game from Double Fine -- the game studio founded by Tim Schafer that racked up over $3,000,000 to fund an old-school adventure game on Kickstarter -- things start to sound a little more appealing. As a result, I'm actu
I'll admit that i was a little suspicious of Justice League: Earth's Final Defense when I went to download it for my iPhone, mostly because the game's official description includes lines like "The Cyborg appears and helps to the JLA members each event." Once I was assured that it was a legitimate prod
When I wrote up Gameloft's Dark Knight Rises mobile game for Android and iOS earlier this week, I compared it to their previous release, The Amazing Spider-Man, and for good reason. The games are very similar, both were released to tie in with a big summer movie, use the same "virtual joystick" cont
Not to get all "back in my day" on everyone, but back in my day, if you wanted to play a video game based on an action movie, you had to wait until your local video store got it in stock weeks after it was covered in Nintendo Power, and even then there was a 90 percent chance that it would be unplayably terrible -- lookin' at you here, RoboCop for the NES. You kids today, on the other ha