Movies: Clark Gregg is apparently in talks to reprise his Agent Coulson role in Iron Man 3, meaning he's probably going to be a good guy in Joss Whedon's The Avengers (as opposed to a secret Skrull or something).
Gaming:Batman: Arkham City's achievements have leaked. "Game Plus" mode will likely delight f
HeroClix Online, the digital version of the collectible miniature toy strategy game featuring characters from the Marvel, DC Comics and other franchises, is currently in the process of hosting its paid beta version, giving early adopters a chance to take part in testing an early version of the game on the cheap. Parent company WizKids gave Co
As something of an action figure dude, I usually see WizKids' HeroClix franchise as equal parts collectible and game. In terms of pure playing, however, the collector issue seems like it could be an issue
Hal Jordan's friends and foes have been getting their share of merchandise on the ramp up to Green Lantern's June 17 movie premiere, but Wizkids and Neca's upcoming Heroclix line packs the most substantial batch of characters from t
The "Brightest Day" is coming to tabletop gaming. The series is already well underway for most - the comic book series kicked off back in April and it's going to keep on trucking bi-weekly thanks to co-writers Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi
The miniature gaming world of NECA's HeroClix is getting a major expansion this summer with 56 new sculpts and multiple redecos resulting in a 64 character swatch of "Web of Spider-Man" figures. Although the line carries the "Web of Spider-Man" ban
Whether a "Watchmen" sequel ever comes to pass is irrelevant - the brand is sure to continue on. It doesn't matter whether or not the film bombed at the box office, it nonetheless catapulted Rorschach, Dr. Manhattan and the others into mainstream status. So it should come as no surprise whatsoev
While we admit that the logo they came up with is actually pretty brilliant, we here at ComicsAlliance were pretty shocked by last week's announcement that "Watchmen," Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' deeply cerebral work about the nature of super-heroics in "real-world" situations, would now be represented as tiny plastic HeroClix figures.
We can only assume that the decision to do a "Watchmen" HeroClix set was motivated by the fact that action figures just aren't ironic enough, but hey: It could be worse! Even with the question of just what the Comedian's "attack" stat represents hanging over every 'Clix match, there actually are games that would be even less appropriate for the themes of the graphic novel, and ComicsAlliance's Chris Sims and Caleb Goellner are here show just what they'd be.
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