Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Walking Dead: Season 5 "Hunt Or Be Hunted" poster released


With more than a month to go until it returns and picks up where things left off, AMC has released a brand new poster promoting their fifth season of their popular zombie drama TV Series, The Walking Dead.

The new one sheet, featured on AMC's official website for the show and on Coming Soon.net, once again features series' protagonist and hero Rick Grimes in the center (as played by Andrew Lincoln), holding his signature Colt Python handgun and preparing for the worst to survive and stay alive in the harsh world forever changed by the zombie apocalypse.

Comic-Con Trailer: The Walking Dead: Season 5

While Season 4 ended in quite the cliffhanger moment, the showrunners and creators of the show based on the popular comic book series of the same name by Robert Kirkman say that things will get interesting and intense once everything resumes come October. Fans have been desperately clinging on to theories and staying on track of updates which includes this new poster, and the official Facebook page of the series has updated their cover photo to reflect that, as seen below.


The Walking Dead returns with Season 5, which starts on October 12.


Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Short Season 2 promo online


Slated to make it's second season premiere by the last week of this month, ABC Studios and Marvel Television have released this short but pretty curious teaser promo for their upcoming new episodes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe spin-off series "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", which will see Agent Phil Coulson and his ragtag team of agents come back to try and sort out the mess created in the wake of the events of "Phase Two" of the MCU films.

Marvel's Agents of SHIELD Season 2 Promo

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 premieres on September 23.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Resident Evil: Revealtions 2 confirmed and REbirth trailer released


Expected and finally confirmed by Capcom themselves on their game's Facebook page, the next chapter of Resident Evil is a sequel to one of their spinoffs, as the video game publisher has officially announced Resident Evil: Revelations 2. While no details have been released other than it's coming in Early 2015 and for next-gen systems, a concept trailer was released to tease the public of it's arrival.


Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Concept Teaser

Also, Capcom released the first trailer for their other "Early 2015" Resident Evil game release - the "Rebirth" or HD remastering of the first Resident Evil game remake!

Resident Evil - Trailer 1

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Arrow: Season 3 "Some Things Never Die" Promo released


While the world is anxiously waiting for October to come for the new season to begin, a brand new TV Promo featuring some new footage has gone online to promote Stephen Amell's return as Oliver Queen for the third season of The CW's popular superhero TV Series, Arrow.


Courtesy of Cosmic Book News and YouTube user shanzipanz, here's the clip. Olicity fans will be teased alright:
Arrow Season 3 Promo: "Some Things Never Die" [HD]

Arrow returns to The CW starting October 8.

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Marvel releases teaser trailer for their upcoming event "Axis"

The next BIG EVENT for Marvel is well on its way to happening, and it will involve the Avengers, the X-Men, and a ton of villains who have evil plans up their sleeve.


That event is called "AXIS", and for those who need a teaser and refresher, Marvel has released this pretty informative video just for the task.

Avengers & X-Men: AXIS - The Story So Far

Friday, August 29, 2014

Guardians of the Galaxy: Grooting is officially a word


Yes, because of the popularity of "Dancing Baby Groot" and the Awesome Mix movie that is James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy", the word "Grooting" has now officially been added to the Lexicon, and it's defined as "to move tree-rhythmically to the Jackson 5", as reported in Comic Book Resources.

And with that said, plus it being the 56th Birthday of the late King of Pop Michael Jackson himself, let's revisit that special "Dance Sequence" with little Groot... And Drax.

Music Video: Baby Groot Dancing to Jackson 5 - I Want You Back

Guardians of the Galaxy is now the No. 1 Summer Blockbuster movie of 2014!

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Throwback Thursday: Batman: Arkham Asylum turns 5 Years

As the world acknowledges 75 years of Batman this year, 2014 also marks many micro celebrations that fall within the Caped Crusader's long decorated history throughout comics and all forms of media. In fact, this week honors the 5th anniversary of arguably the first video game to depict The Dark Knight and his world flawlessly, and open doors to an array of sequels and follow-ups that would expand the gameplay and storyline in more ways than one.

That game is Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Eidos Interactive, and Rocksteady Studios' "Batman: Arkham Asylum".


Released in August 25, 2009 for the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, PC, and later for the Max OSX, Arkham Asylum is based on the Batman mythos as depicted in comic book continuity, but spiraling into its own universe beginning with this chapter. Written by veteran Batman writer Paul Dini, the game sees The Caped Crusader successfully capturing his longtime nemesis and adversary The Joker, and then driving him all the way straight to Arkham Asylum to put him behind bars. Unfortunately, this turns out to be a well orchestrated plan by the Clown Prince of Crime, as he breaks free with the help of his trusty assistant and love Harley Quinn and decides to lockdown Arkham and trap The Dark Knight within. With the inmates unleashed and a twisted diabolical plan that threatens all of Gotham City, Batman must put a stop to The Joker's plans... Whatever it takes.

Batman Arkham Asylum Trailer

Not since the Sunsoft NES Batman game has a game faithfully depicted Batman as he was intended to be, but Arkham Asylum beautifully made that concept a reality, and literally made players "BATMAN" as they used his fighting prowess, excellent detective skills, and useful array of gadgets to thwart The Joker's schemes and defeat all the crazy baddies going in a rampage inside the institution. Rocksteady literally created a template with their first attempt, combining all iterations of Batman seen through the years and successfully installed a realistic world that saw The Dark Knight come to life, using the Unreal Engine 3 with satisfying visuals and results. Additionally, Batman: The Animated Series voice actors Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, and Arleen Sorkin reprised their famous roles as Batman, The Joker, and Harley Quinn for this game, giving it a much needed boost in familiarity for fans of the franchise and the DC Animated Universe.



Truly, Arkham Asylum is one for the Batbooks, and finds itself etched as one of the definitive experiences in Batman history. Gameplay was just as easily addictive, and as it opened doors for an inevitable sequel in Batman: Arkham City in 2011, a prequel in Batman: Arkham Origins in 2013 (which was developed by Warner Bros. Games Montreal), and the upcoming next-generation title with Batman: Arkham Knight - which will be the final installment in the Batman: Arkham Series coming in 2015.

If you haven't played Batman: Arkham Asylum, there's no better time than now to experience it.