Month: September 2019

The Psycho Rangers were first introduced to Power Rangers with these lines.  “We’re the Psycho Rangers.”“We’re faster than you.”“Smarter than you.”“Stronger than you.”“But we’re evil!” And that was… pretty much it. The Psycho Rangers have stuck in the minds of Power Rangers fans for so long because of the threat they posed to the In Space team… but that’s it. The
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This article comes from Den of Geek UK. “On October 6, the whole planet blacked out for two minutes and seventeen seconds. The whole world saw the future.” Or so says 2009 series FlashForward. Whether through ironic coincidence or a twist of schadenfreude-fuelled fate, it seems rather cruel and unfortunate that a show premised on seeing the future
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Microsoft has formally announced Project xCloud; a new program that will allow you to stream console games to mobile devices. The current plan is for Microsoft to fill data centers with hardware that is capable of running and streaming console quality games. It’s a technological concept that we’ve seen other, similar services utilize, (such as
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Arrow might just see its legacy maintained on The CW after the series – the inaugural entry and namesake of the network’s DC Comics-adapting Arrowverse shows – ends its seminal small screen run with an abbreviated final frame this fall. That’s because the network has put a spinoff project into development, this one centered on
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Bungie’s next expansion for Destiny 2 is called Shadowkeep and it takes place on the Moon, where Guardians will face off against the Hive once again. Shadowkeep is a “completely standalone” experience, meaning you won’t have to buy last year’s Forsaken expansion, the Annual Pass, or the base game to play it. That should definitely make things less confusing for
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The cast of Matt Reeves’ The Batman is getting even more impressive, with a couple of big names taking on classic Batman roles. Jeffrey Wright is set to play Commissioner Gordon, the Caped Crusader’s police associate, while Jonah Hill will play an undisclosed classic Batman villain. Some sources believe that Hill will be taking on the role
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This The Terror review contains spoilers. The Terror Season 2 Episode 7 “My Perfect World” gives us the reunion we’ve been waiting for, as Chester goes AWOL in order to find Luz. It’s such a pleasure to see Cristina Rodlo again. She’s been consistently a pleasure to watch this season, and she delivers perhaps her
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Dan DiDio and Shane Davis separately have a history of mining the classic DC Universe, maintaining what makes them classic characters while tweaking them for modern consumption – Davis on Superman: Earth One and DiDio on, among other things, the best book of the New 52 relaunch, OMAC. But these updates are rarely radical departures.
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WB Games Montreal could be teasing a new Batman game — just in time for this week’s PlayStation State of Play briefing. Rumors have been circulating for ages that WB Montreal is working on something Bat-based, with a popular theory suggesting that the villainous Court of Owls could be the focus of the new game. Back in August,
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Things are heating up (or should that be cooling down?) in this new trailer for Frozen 2 as Elsa starts to become a bit too obsessed with magic. Check it out: <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”>&#65279;</span> Here’s the synopsis for the film: From the Academy Award®-winning team—directors Jennifer Lee and
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It’s funny how time can shift our perceptions. Long, long ago, way back in 1997, South Park was a counter-cultural and revolutionary TV show. It was an ode to all things sexual and scatological that looked like it had been animated in the creators’ garden shed. Best noted for the ire it drew from parents
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There’s never a bad season of the year for reading. Whether it’s winter, summer, spring, or fall, there’s a reading habit that goes oh-so-well with the season. But there’s something about fall—when the leaves are changing (at least in some parts of the world) and the nights are getting longer—that makes me want to curl up
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Not content with having just one Smallville alum, the Arrowverse’s upcoming multi-episode crossover event is set to feature actress Erica Durance. The news comes shortly after an announcement that Smallville‘s Tom Welling will be reprising his role as Clark Kent in the arc, titled ‘Crisis On Infinite Earth‘. Durance will also reprise her Smallville role as Lois Lane, meaning ‘Crisis
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This Righteous Gemstones review contains spoilers. The Righteous Gemstones Episode 6 After a brief “Interlude,” The Righteous Gemstones picks back up in the present-day with Jesse feeling victorious, looking to stash the wrecked red van in Kelvin’s garage. As much as I loved the humor, heart, and ‘80s stylings of the last episode, I was anxious to return
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This article contains spoilers for Control and Annihilation. Control is not, director Mikael Kasurinen points out, a horror game, but the latest entry in the New Weird, a genre sitting in a debated space somewhere between science fiction, horror, and magical realism. It’s in this space that the team at Remedy Entertainment created the game’s unique
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As someone on an HBO show once said: “The king stay the king.” After briefly losing its title in 2018 as the network to receive the most Emmy nominations, HBO is back at the 2019 Emmys with a vengeance.  HBO leads all content providers in 2019 with an astounding and record-breaking 137 total nominations. That
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Some creepy occurrences in Red Dead Online have fans hoping that Rockstar is planning an Undead Nightmare style content update.  The most telling sign that something is up is the sudden appearance of a nightmarish zombie-like NPC in the game’s swamp area that was first spotted fairly recently. There’s no explanation for why this character
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This Power Rangers Beast Morphers review contains spoilers. Power Rangers Beast Morphers Episode 10 For a franchise that sometimes utilizes comedic side characters, Power Rangers doesn’t do overly comedic episodes as often as you think. This is assuming you don’t think EVERY episode of Power Rangers is hilarious by the sheer nature of its very concept, but if
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DC Comics has revealed who will be taking over as writer of its flagship Batman book after Tom King closes out his run at the end of this year. It’s none of other than James Tynion IV, a Detective Comics veteran who has also been writing Batman backup stories, fill-in issues, and annuals since 2012.
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As the cinematic release of Terminator: Dark Fate inches ever closer, a new Terminator video game has been announced. It’s a single-player first-person-shooter called Terminator: Resistance, which has been developed by Teyon and is set to be published by Reef Entertainment. The game will tell an original story, centered on a brand new hero character
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On September 5, 1992, Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, and a host of talented writers and animators delivered what many people still consider to be the definitive interpretation of a towering pop culture icon with Batman: The Animated Series. Its unforgettable animation style and character designs, distinctive music, and cinematic approach to storytelling that often made
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