Mattel has once again released some new in-package shots of some upcoming Masters of the Universe figures. This time out we get a first look at the cards and bios of Spikor as well as Geoff Johns’ original character Sir Laserlot.
I’m a sucker for a good third-person action game; especially when they bring something new to the table. Developed by Saber Interactive, Inversion was built around a central mechanic which allows the player to manipulate the force of gravity — which seemed like a winning formula seeing as TimeShift (also developed by Saber Interactive) benefitted from smart writing and a well-implemented control over time itself. Imagine my disappointment to find that Inversion not only suffers from generic gameplay and clichéd plot devices, it’s a pretty lousy game to boot.
After last week’s emotional powerhouse of an episode, this week’s Mad Men ended the fifth season on a comparatively low note. Some stories were brought to an abrupt end while others just began, and some of the less prominent characters didn’t even get mentioned. The strongest episode of the season it was not, but “The Phantom” still managed to cover a lot of ground and set the foundation for what should be a great sixth season.
Earlier today, Valiant released a teaser image featuring X-O’s helmet pierced by a bloody katana with the tagline “Enter: Ninjak.” That’s right, in addition to their already strong initial lineup along with the upcoming relaunch of Eternal Warrior and Rai (according to the FCBD preview), Valiant revealed that one of their A-List titles, Ninjak, will be returning this September.
One of the best things about the summer months is always the huge list of trades that Dark Horse Comics releases. Throughout July and August, Dark Horse will release more than 30 trade paperbacks, hardcovers and graphic novels, and we’ve put together a list of six titles that absolutely deserve your attention.
When a bad movie looks as good as Prometheus, I can still be stoked for the toys, right?
Mattel’s plans for DC Universe this year seem to be in a constant state of flux, but one thing that’s been consistent (if delayed) has been the new subscription service, Club Infinite Earths. The new series officially started this month, with the first figure– Golden Age Flash. How does he compare to the rest of the DC Universe?