Do you like cheap comics? Of course you do. One, comics, already interested. Two, cheap. You had my curiosity but now you have my attention. ComiXology is celebrating their return to SXSW with an awesome bundle deal this weekend.
3D printing is allowing people to make great strides in prosthetics and develop them for much lower costs. That would be enough to make anyone in need of an arm happy, but having said arm done up to look like Iron Man's metallic gauntlet and then have Iron Man himself deliver it? That's priceless.
DC is overhauling their entire universe with the Convergence event. One of the causalities of this change will be the New 52 universe that has been the standard of DC for the last three years. To get fans back in the swing of things, the company will be offering free eight page mini books to fans.
You've got a dollar, so what can you get folr it? You could go get some subpar fast food that wouldn't fill you up anyway or you can lay your hands on some primo titles from Marvel. The company will be publishing a new line of comics called True Believers in April.
Swedish internet service providers may have stood up against blocking access to The Pirate Bay and other similar domains, but the UK ISPs are not so accommodating. Not only are they blocking the sites themselves, but also sites that list proxies, to try and slow the rate of piracy.
Traveling to a strange new land is hard when you don't speak the language. Imagine if that strange land was the whole of the galaxy, the only words you could speak in any language were "I am Groot", and you were separated from your buddy Rocket Raccoon. Welcome to the world of Groot, a new solo comic book series about the lovable space tree monster.
Spending your night like Batman actually sounds kind of terrible. Staying outside, fighting off thugs and villains? No thank you. Spending the night in a Batman-themed room sounds amazing though. One hotel in Taiwan can make that dream come true.
Battleworld in Marvel's upcoming Secret World event is composed of various realities. Some of them are mishmashes of very familiar places and time streams, others are histories long since dropped (but never forgotten). Weirdworld is the place where sword and sorcery meets Marvel.
Well it seems that the king has finally fallen. PewDiePie is not in the number one most viewed spot on YouTube as the year begins. The gaming bro-king was overtaken by rival DC Toys Collector. The King is dead. Long live the King!
The Pirate Bay has been online for a month now but it's still not out of choppy waters. The site has been beleaguered by issues since its return, which have resulted in a downtime, poor torrents and user issues. Now there are new problems for the site.
Joseph Kahn's brutal and dark take on the Power Rangers, a short well executed fan film titled Power/Rangers took the world by storm last week when it was posted online. Just as soon as it went up, the bloody, definitely not safe for work title was pulled down. Now it seems it's back for good.
Gwen Stacy is most known for her Woman-in- Refrigerator status in the Marvel Universe. Which is to say that, she's famous primarily for having died and giving the hero (Spider-Man) that extra bit of guilt he needed to keep fighting the good fight. Gwen is getting a second chance, and this time, she's the hero in Spider-Gwen.
The Pirate Bay has been having some trouble since it's relaunch. In the meantime, many other sites have been holding steady and snatching up the Bay's loyal fans. One in particular is Kickass Torrents but is this site really that much better than The Pirate Bay?
Dragon Ball Z holds a special place in many people's hearts. For many anime fans, it was their first look at the world of high action, high intensity animation. The series that graced television sets for many an afternoon has a new live action fan video and it's actually really good.
Power/Rangers is having its fair share of issues. After releasing the "deboot" of the popular children show which showed ultra-violence and a little bit of nudity, the NSFW video was pulled from the internet by Saban, the copyright holders. We know they're not happy with it but what do the former stars of the show have to say?