From time to time, articles come up about fictional characters who are clearly derived from other characters. In the realm of super heroic comics, that “time to time” is increased exponentially.
Author Greggory Basore
It’s endlessly fascinating to see the reactions to found footage movies. They’re often seen as a cheap method of making a horror movie, that ends up feeling contrived. When a found-footage movie does things right, however, glorious things can happen.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is a perfect example of what happens when a studio tries to make a 1960s Bond movie set in 2014, and that (along with how far it deviates from its source material) is probably why it’s getting so much hate.
So the big news in the past few weeks is that DC and Marvel finally decided to stop teasing us with hints of what they’re going to tease us with regarding future movie plans, and have officially started teasing us with their future movie plans.
2014 is just about over. Looking in the rearview mirror, there were some bumps along the way.
It’s a false dichotomy that is not only less true than people tend to think, but is actively harmful to gaming as a whole.
Paul Feig’s idea represents the best damn shot we’ll ever have at a good or great movie carrying the Ghostbusters name.
If there’s one lesson that is so easy to learn the knowledge is absorbed before it’s fully stated it is this: Nerds on the Internet are an angry and contentious lot far more often than is good for us.
Last week, a whole lot of people who aren’t into video games but like reading financial news suddenly heard about Minecraft for the first time when it was announced that the game’s creator Mojang is being acquired by computer giant Microsoft for 2.5 Billion dollars.
Important Note: I am not condoning or supporting Robin Williams’ decision to commit suicide; I merely refuse to condemn him for it.