Those devils at CineFix are at it again, this time taking their retro-inspired gaming talents to the greatest Marvel movie ever made in the history of the universe, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
We're big fans of CineFix's 8-bit remakes of classic films, and though Winter Soldier isn't quite as classic as Scarface or Titanic (yet), it's definitely one of the most memorable Marvel movies since the heroes started making the leap from the panel to the screen. Seeing many of the big moments from the feature film revisited here in a style reminiscent of Mega Man only served to remind us just how amazing Winter Soldier was, and still is today.
It's the brand new Internet trend of late-summer 2013: Making your own versions of the 1966 Batman TV series' opening credits, a phenomenon I'm dubbing "Westing." (Maybe we can call the Jeff Parker-written Batman '66 comic part of the trend, too.)
Breaking Bad returns tonight for the first of its final eight episodes. Several loose ends will likely be tied up in the series' final season, with many questions answered. But the most pressing question on most viewers minds seems pretty obvious: How would Walter and Jesse fair in Gotham City? The folks at Cinefix have the answer with Heisenberg and Pink Man, an animated short inspired by Filmation's 1960's Batman cartoons. Check out this tale of the Dynamic (Drug Dealing) Duo after the cut. Warning: if you're way behind on the series, there are definitely a few spoilers ahead.
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