It's taken a good long while for Brian Michael Bendis' revered 'Powers' comic to finally get its own series, but with Sony TV and the Playstation Network officially backing a new adaptation with Sharlto Copley in the lead, it's time to suit up. Meet our new Detectives Christian Walker and Deena Pilgrim in the first official photo from forthcoming superhero drama 'Powers'!
Guardians Of The Galaxy just enjoyed a very successful weekend at movie theaters, taking home around $94m, far in excess of expectations. The movie also stands at 92% positive reviews on aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, joining all previous Marvel Studios movies in receiving predominantly favorable notices.
Marvel Studios is doing very well. In six years and ten movies, it has avoided both critical and commercial disasters, and frustrated naysayers who hailed the demise of the superhero movie at every step. Marvel's rivals at Fox, Sony Columbia, and Warner Bros, have enjoyed commercial success as well -- but not with the acclaim, consistency, or proliferation of Marvel. So how does Marvel do it, and can they keep doing it?
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Sony has announced that it will close its PSP Digital Comics Store at the end of this month, finally bringing to a close the slow shutdown of one of the earliest mainstream digital comic outlets.In a statement r
Coming later in 2011, DC Universe Online players can expect a little added speed and electricity in their MMO of choice with the Flash-centric "Lightning Strikes" DLC pack. Adding an adventure star
Though the increase hasn't manifested without its share of problems, Sony's DC Universe Online MMO has definitely recruited some new players -- like, a ton of them. According to Sony Online Entertainment's executive director of entertainment Lorin Jameson, "DC Universe
DC Universe Online's long-rumored free-to-play model has finally arrived, splitting up the MMO's payment models and accessibility between three increasingly priced tiers. "Free" players will have basic access and pay á la carte for some new content and features, "Premium" players will have sli