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You may have walked through your local bookstore and noticed something interesting in the comic section. More and more video games are getting the comic book treatment. Whether its Darksiders, Dead Space, Dark Souls, or Assassins Creed, games are getting their universes expanded.
The world of Marvel covers so many different kinds of genres, there's of course superhero, then you've got espionage, martial arts, weird science ,and then you've got lesser known genres like horror and western.
Giving you some time Ben.
Movies are expensive and flicks like The Flash will cost a whole lot of money to make so they're going to need to make the money up somehow to cover all the costs it'll occur, right? How can they do that? They'll just have to throw in some product placement to encourage movie-goers to go out and buy some stuff.
I mean Captain Marvel can get really cross. Or maybe I've just got too much time on my hands
Christmas is coming up, and as it gets colder people are getting their Christmas shopping resentfully complete. For those of you who have been tasked with buying comics for a male or female that you tolerate, have no fear... I have some ideas.
Could this be the way the Fantastic Four joins the MCU?
Batman is already considered to be quite scary, but what if I told you that there was a version of the Dark Knight and his young apprentice which would give you the chills even more?
Rogue One is still a little way off, so until then how about I suggest three of the best Star Wars Expanded Universe comics that you can read whilst you wait for the movie to land in cinemas?
Who else could join Wonder Woman?
Logan is back for one last adventure.
What happens to Robert Kirkman's baby, Invincible? Does it get rebooted in the same way that the New 52 does? Is it a Marvel NOW event? Well, don't worry I'm here to explain it to you.
Times are changing for Battlestar Galactica and Voltron. These two obscure franchises are yet again being thrust into the limelight after many years of relaxed slumber in the geeky shade of pop culture.
What do Superman and the Flash have in common? Except being in the same universe, being on the same superhero team, and both having sidekicks in DC Rebirth? They both have super-speed that's what.