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(Above) The penultimate comic of Narcolepsy Incorporated. Alex’s 500th comic will be his last as he moves on to other things. Thanks for the laughs and smiles! via narcolepsyinc
Here’s all 8 Avengers: Age of Ultron posters combined, showing one hell of a battle. via /r/comicbooks
The worst pain in my life was eye strain in both eyes, making me wake up screaming in the middle of the night. It drove me to near insanity as I was convinced I saw a hair or a pebble behind my eye lid, above my eye. I was practically gouging my eye out with a Q-tip before giving up and knocking myself out with medicine. The more you know! via Whomp!
Warner Bros have finally revealed Batman Versus Superman: Dawn of Justice” Wonder Woman at this year’s San Diego Comic Con.
While she isn’t as buff as most Wonder Woman fans would like, I think Gal Gadot looks the part enough for me. The suit looks great, like proper armor, and while some have been saying that it looks too “bronze” or “brown”, I’m going to say it will look much better when we see it under better lighting since this photo’s setting doesn’t do it any favors in that department.
A teaser trailer was also shown in which Ben Affleck’s Batman is standing on a rooftop in Gotham, wearing a power-armor style Batsuit with glowing white eyes, similar to the power-suit in Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns graphic novel. Batman then pulls a tarp off of the bat-signal and turns it on, cutting to Superman hovering high up in the path of the beam. They both glare at each other before Supes’ eyes start glowing red from his heat vision. The teaser then cuts to the title of the film.
Hopefully the official teaser will be uploaded soon so we can get even more excited or angry. All depends on if you have faith in the Batfleck.
So what do you guys and gals think of the costume?
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(Above) Some of those powers are actually pretty useful. via Lee Gatlin
In Valve Time’s latest episode of Database, they discuss the story of Prospero, a game cancelled early on in Valve’s history, and how it went on to affect future Valve games and even Steam.
No, this isn’t Eve from Wall-E. Meet JIBO the world’s first family robot. With a fully touch sensitive 5.7 inch screen, stereo speakers, microphones and stereo cameras, this 6 pound robot certainly packs a punch. He (yes it’s a he) can recognize and track the faces of family members, understand language input, can help with simple tasks (like reading and telling stories) and the best part about him is his skills are always expanding.
At $499 you can own your own JIBO by backing the fundraising campaign at IndieGoGo. So far the campaign has raised $550K+ and there is still 29 days to go! This means we may see this friendly little robot in production soon, I just hope he is as cool as he looks in the video..