Hugh Jackman is reprising his role as Wolverine for the film, Logan, directed by James Mangold, however unlike previous Wolverine appearances, Jackman won’t be buffed up and ready to fight. This film is based on an eight-issue arc that ran in the main Wolverine series created by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven between 2008 and 2009 called Old Man Logan, featuring a version of a … Continue reading Here’s the Trailer for ‘Logan,’ the 3rd (and final?) Wolverine Film.
With X-Men: Apocalypse on the way (and unfortunately coming down the road with some so-so reviews), it feels like a good time to dig up a few X-Men games to play around with for the next week or two.
As some of the most timeless and consistently popular superheroes, the X-Men have actually had a more prolific history in gaming than most any other team or grouping of characters from Marvel, DC, or anyone else. Stretching all the way back to the arcade machines of the late-’80s and early-’90s, the X-Men have pretty much always been around in fighting, RPG, and dungeon crawler gaming. That’s kind of cool, really, but it’s also resulted in the image of X-Men gaming being somewhat stuck in the past. Some of the old arcade games were awesome, but they’re also pretty hard to track down these days.
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Yes, you heard correct! This is the stentrode, described as a “bionic spinal cord”, and it records brain activity and converts those signals into electrical commands to control bionic limbs — according to results from clinical trials. Doctors say it could also let a person pull a Professor Charles Xavier and move a wheelchair using only their thoughts. Continue reading “Researchers Develop Paper Clip-Mized Mind Control Device Installed in your Brain…”
Soon after Twitter unvieled the newest rendition of their official trademark logo, it didn’t take too long for some people to reinterpret the new logo into an artistic work. Take illustrator Ape Lad, who used the outlines of the new Twitter logo to produce images of Link from the Zelda games, Wolverine, Phillip J. Fry from Futurama, Linus Van Pelt from Peanuts, Yoda, Bugs Bunny, Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story, etc. Here’s a link to the rest of his Twitter logo-inspired graphics on his Flickr account. Check out some extra images after the break in this post. Continue reading “New Twitter Logo = Awesome New Art!”