Alan Moore returns to comics with Crossed + One Hundred for Avatar

by Andy Haighon 17/09/2014
Alan Moore, the bearded demi-god wizard of Northampton and critically acclaimed writer of far too many things to list here, is set to return to comics writing a new 6 issue limited series for publisher Avatar. The limited series called “Crossed: + One Hundred” will be the latest incarnation of Avatar’s hit horror series which has […]

Porcelaine – Gamine to be released today

by Deepdarkredon 17/09/2014
About two years back Porcelain: A Gothic Fairytale hit the shelves in the UK, creating quite a stir. It was new, it was fresh and most definitely it was entertaining. As someone who has read it, I can wholeheartedly recommend it (I take no responsibility for the impatience you’ll feel when you’re done and you […]


DoomZ offers a more retro route to surviving in Chenarus

by Sai Mealingon 17/09/2014
Although DayZ Standalone has managed to secure a place Steam’s top 10 sales chart almost consistently since it’s release last Christmas, complaints about the ongoing poor optimization and bugs never seem to be far away. Any criticism is quickly met with the usual ‘this is an Alpha product’ arguments from Bohemia Interactive’s community managers and producers but after months […]


Brand New Goosebump Inducing ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1′ Trailer

by becpusson 15/09/2014
Over the past months a few teasers and a bit of a trailer have continued to build excitement for the third Hunger Games film and the release of this new trailer does not disappoint. Finally tying a few points together this trailer gives us much, much more of what you want to see. We have […]

Shadows of Mordor – A Corridor Digital short film

by Daniel Delargyon 15/09/2014
Shadows of Mordor is the latest game to come from Middle Earth (…actually, from WB Games and Monolith), and is set to be a prequel for the series, featuring a combination of old and new faces. To help promote the game – which will be released September 30th / October 3rd – Corridor Digital have […]


Mike N’ Nick’s Gentlemanly Chats ep 20: Perky Parky and his Pernicious Perogative

by The_Dark_Mikeon 11/09/2014
This week we welcome  our good pal Dave Lovelock, and things get a bit fake racist.  


New On-Set Photos Of The Batmobile

by Callum Tyndallon 10/09/2014
As you may have guessed from the title of the article, we’ve got more pics of the Batmobile. Images have emerged from the Detroit set of Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice with a look at Batman’s new ride. And my oh my does it look awesome. Obviously it pays some homage to the Tumbler […]


Concept Art for Bettany’s Vision in Avengers 2 Doesn’t Disappoint

by becpusson 09/09/2014
Avengers: Age of Ultron has so very much in store for us but there is the inclusion of one particular character that has been the subject of much excitement and speculation. Paul Bettany (A Knights Tale, Priest), who has voiced the character JARVIS in four Marvel films, levelled up with his casting as Vision – […]

Karl Urban speaks about potential Dredd prequel at Chicago Comic Con

by Andy Haighon 09/09/2014
2012’s Dredd based on the infamous Judge Dredd, future law man of Mega City One, from British anthology comic 2000AD is one of the best comic to screen adaptations yet, with Karl Urban gaining legions of fans for his portrayal of the stoic judge. Despite being a hit with critics and 2000AD fans the film […]


Mike’s Magic Reviews: Card Wars

by The_Dark_Mikeon 08/09/2014
First thing’s first: No, this is not a MTG review but basically Wizards haven’t sent me any goodies since Theros so I can only assume they hate me and will be taking them off my Christmas card list. SO for the time being I will be reviewing any card games I stumble across under Mike’s […]