Mortal Kombat X’s biggest new addition (due tomorrow) had its debut trailer, featuring plenty of nasty blade and laser-based gore, but some other cameos killed it in the new trailer. Read on for more info!
Back in the ’80s and early ‘90s, animated adaptations of video games were all the rage. Most gamers are familiar with the somewhat-warped American interpretations of beloved Nintendo franchises like The Super Mario Bros. Super Show, The Legend of Zelda, and Captain N: The Game Master. Like any boom of licensing cash-ins, this TV trend quietly died out as Nintendo lost its “captivating new phenomenon” status.
But somewhere in Canada, something sinister brewed.
It’s been 20 years since the greatest and most unheralded sketch comedy show of the 1990s (and all time) went off the air. In honor of that and the upcoming mini-reunion in Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, I’ve rounded up 20 of the greatest State skits ever… or at least the ones that didn’t depend on costly music licenses.
Now that Convergence is over and the DC offices have moved, the company has decided to launch the DC You campaign. Its mission statement is to diversify their line of comics, both in terms of characters and the types of books being released. With this many books being put out at once, it can be hard to figure out what to actually check out. Here are the series worth reading.
For someone who enjoys a great story, is there anything better than a narrative that engages you from the very start? Imagine a world so rich you can almost smell the scents in the air, a delivery so clever it forces you to think in a way you never thought you would. I’m Ryan J. Hodge, author, and I’d like to talk to you about… video games.
What is up, my fellow Laser Timers? I’d like to welcome everyone to a new segment, full of all the random hip hop films I grew up watching. If you’re questioning my movie street cred, check it: I grew up about an hour from LA, so I have area code cred. Also went to a live taping of Soul Train back in 1999, so please respect.
We’re time traveling for our second-ever Monday Night Movie, as we do LIVE commentary for the hit sci-fi comedy in honor of its 30th Anniversary. Join in on the chat at 6PM PST and watch with us for FREE!