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On The Cheap: Save Big On Marvel Comics Unlimited

It’s hard not to feel like we’re living in the age of the comic book geek. As someone who grew up reading them, it’s awesome to see the books everywhere. There are still some downsides for new fans though. Easily getting your hands on them is one, as are obnoxious “gatekeepers” who sneer at new […]

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ComiXology Gets Hacked Right Before Big Day At SXSW

ComiXology is probably the biggest name in digital comics. The digital distribution giant hosts stores for Marvel , DC and others as well as the titular store. Unfortunately, big names make for big targets, as we see in the e-mail that went out today. Dear Comics Reader, In the course of a recent review and […]

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New York Comic Con Says Sorry For Hijacking Attendees’ Social Network Accounts

I’m not terribly homesick for New York most of the time, but I admit to missing New York Comic Con quite a bit. It was always a blast. This year, those in attendance received a special surprise: Social network updates they’d never actually made. First reported by Polygon and brought to our attention by Jonah […]

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Batman: Arkham Origins Full Trailer, Deathstroke As Playable DLC, And Game’s Main Villain

Last week saw the release of a teaser trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins that lightly bruised you with an intense fight between Batman and Deathstroke the Terminator, a new character to the video game franchise from DC Comics. Today’s full trailer puts you in traction with a vicariously painful fight between the two characters, along with […]

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Yahoo! Purchases Tumblr For $1.1 Billion, Promises Not To “Screw It Up”

In a press release sent out this morning, Yahoo! confirmed rumors that spread last week that it is indeed purchasing the microblogging and social network Tumblr. At a total of approximately $1.1 billion in cash, the buyout is expected to go through in the second half of this year. David Karp, Tumblr’s CEO who founded […]

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Teaser Trailer For Batman: Arkham Origins Kicks You In The Face

The game isn’t set to come out until October 25, but Batman: Arkham Origins has been pumping the gaming community full of adrenalin for months with teases about new characters and storylines. Today is no different. Warner Bros. Games Montreal has released a 41-second teaser trailer for the game that highlights one of those new […]

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DC Comics Comes To The Scribblenauts Universe

Warner Bros. Interactive has teamed up with video game company 5TH Cell to create Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure, where you get to control the main character Maxwell as he goes on adventures with iconic heroes. As with other Scribblenauts games, you use your magic notebook to summon objects by writing their names out, […]

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Injustice: Gods Among Us Unused Concept Art (Hint: It’s Mostly Terrible) And Dicey DLC

Yikes. Injustice: Gods Among Us, the Justice League video game that gives you the chance to pit your favorite heroes against each other in surprisingly brutal battles, continues to set itself up for pounding after pounding by the public. First, there are the dicier story elements of the NetherRealm Studios and DC Comics collaboration. Avoid […]

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From Techfiction To Techfact With Iron Man

Techcitement touched upon some of Tony Stark’s wardrobe the other day, but we didn’t deal with one of the coolest aspects of the armor — the predictive nature. A lot of what was far-out science fiction in 1962 is science fact today. The first thing you need to be aware of is that in the […]

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Techfiction: The Many Armors Of Iron Man

Let’s face it, everyone loves a guy in a snazzy suit especially when that snazzy suit is the Iron Man armor and that man is Tony Stark, as played by the amazing Robert Downy Jr. Iron Man 3 opens this Friday in the U.S., and everyone is eager to see if the franchise that made […]

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