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The art of Homeworld. Enjoy.
Free Games Friday
Note Wars, Rocket Drop, Jolly Jam and heaps more!
Cameringo+ on Android, Toca Hair Salon on iOS and more.
Can you remember this?
What Are You Playing This Weekend?
What are you playing?
While You Were Sleeping
Stuff you might have missed.
Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk the talk.
The art of the Total War series.
MathStudio on Android, Twisty Hollow on iOS and more.
Can you remember this?
Patrick as the Comedian? Spongebob as Rorschach? Gary as Dr Manhattan? Um. What in the world?
Last week, Minutemen #1 — the first of DC Comics’ suite of Before Watchmen projects — came out. This week, Silk Spectre #1 hits the stands. There’s been heaps of controversy surrounding DC’s decision to make more comics set in the beloved fictional universe created by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ landmark 1986 series. And, like I’ve said before, the mere existence of these books isn’t the end of everything sacred. In fact, they’re both good comics.
As controversial as it’s been, DC Comics’ upcoming prequel to the Watchmen hold have also piqued the interest of comics fans everywhere. The book I’m most looking forward to is Minutemen, written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke. The lives of the first generation of costumed heroes — who were in a team called the Minutemen — in the Watchmen universe were only hinted at in the original masterpiece and this series will show more of their adventures.
If you listen to certain corners of the internet, the souls of comics fans everywhere are going to cry out for justice come June 6th. That’s when DC Comics starts rolling out Before Watchmen, the controversial prequels to Alan Moore’s beloved dystopian superhero opus.
Tyler Bates, the man behind the music for 300 and Watchmen is also the man behind the music for Army of Two: The 40th Day. See him talk about what he’s done.
Not much more to add, really. This Thursday, there will be official Watchmen Sackboys made available for LittleBigPlanet. Four of them: Nite Owl, Ozymandias, Rorschach and Silk Spectre. Sorry, no tiny blue wangs. Here’s a pic, and a clip.