Preview: Jonah Hex #50

With the holiday, comics were pushed back a day, but if you’re a regular than you already knew that. Lots of great books to pick up today, but here’s a preview of Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s Jonah Hex, which turns 50 today. Some cool interviews from Jimmy and Justin are over the DC’s The Source if you’re inclined to get …

The PlayStation Turns 15, We Reminisce

Happy Birthday, PlayStation!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years since you were born in Japan. You brought us so many good times during your prime. Let us count the games… er, ways:

– You scared the crap out of us with the first Resident Evil.
— You gave us what is perhaps the most beloved RPG of all time in Final

Wii Fit Plus Review

With the holiday season now officially in full swing, most American waistbands will be taking the bullet train to Fat City with stops at Flab Creek, Pudge Crossing, and Chub Junction. And while many of us won’t experience any shortage of delicious holiday treats, we’ll almost certainly all be short on time.

For about the price of a …

District 9: The Oscar Campaign Starts Today

Dear Academy:

It’s been ten years since a science-fiction film was singled out as a serious nominee for best picture. I’m not talking fantasy (Lord of the Rings) or fable (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button) but straight-up sci-fi, like the head-spinning jumps between reality and the afterlife that distinguished The Sixth Sense

Buck Rogers Returns – in the 21st Century

When it comes to adapting or reimagining a comic, all a television producer has to do for guidance is look at Hollywood’s box office returns. When you invest the money and embrace the storyline, creating something like Iron Man, Spider-Man 2, The Dark Knight or the second reboot of The Incredible Hulk, the fans turn out.

I’m already …

Demo of Time Inc.’s Manhattan Project

It’s no secret that Time Inc. is actively pursuing and reimagining what each of the magazines under the Time Inc. umbrella might look like on a tablet. What the company has come up with so far in conjunction with the Wonderfactory is the Manhattan Project, which essentially is an interactive magazine. The demo above shows what Sports

Preview: Aliens #4

Aliens #4

Writer: John Arcudi
Penciller: Zach Howard
Inker: Mark Irwin
Colorist: Wes Dzioba
Cover Artist: Raymond Swanland
Genre: Science-Fiction, Action/Adventure

Can an android dream? After waking from what appears to be just that, the android Sereda struggles with the idea that he may be more damaged than he originally …

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