Toys: Joseph Larson's 3D-printed custom chess set forms a friggin' chess piece mech to rival the Megazord. Larson's even gifted humankind with all with the schematics to make their own copy (provided they have 3D printers).
TV: Following their Toonami April Fool's Day joke, Cartoon Network is
Fresh Ink! Online: Blair Butler and Murs review last week's comics, which include Catwoman, Batman, Daredevil, Green Lantern Corps., Northlanders, A Game of Thrones, Near Death, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Ultimate Comics: X-Men.
Writing: Pastor Skye Jethani blogs at length about The Man of Steel ditching Superman's underp
George Lucas. That guy, right? He just can't stop fiddling with his Star Wars movies. Sure, making audio pop and tweaking space battle special effects adds a little extra pizazz to the franchise, but Darth Vader screaming "NOOOOOOOooooo!" in the new R
Fans have been waiting for Marvel and Lionsgate's Thor: Tales of Asgard feature since 2009, with only the occasional trailer and bits of concept art trickling out to give them more insights into the Thunder God's pre-Mjolnir years. Today IGN dropped the full skinny on the upcoming Blu-ray/DVD/digital download release, including its official drop date of May 17 (a timely
The first season of AMC's massively viewed (and Golden Globe-nominated) The Walking Dead live action series will shamble onto DVD and Blu-Ray on March 8 and both options are equally rife with featurettes and extra footage. At $49.99 for the Blu-ray and $39.98 for the DVD, the extra content is definitely the key to casual collectors' hearts,