(23:00-ish) In Level 1 Comic Industry News: Apple bans Al-Qaeda’s gay weapon, Magneto becomes a detective, Comixology gives away some Christmas treats and Stan Lee Media rears its ugly head again.
(52:00-ish) In Level 2 Game Industry News: Telltale announces Borderlands and Thrones, Yoshida leaves Square, Fallout 4 hoaxer wants to watch the world burn, and Nintendo gives us their predictions for the years end.
(1:28:00-ish) In Level 3 Entertainment News: Bruckheimer and Paramount get in bed with Cruise, the Terminator is back, Jesus takes on exorcism and Fox wants a more cinematic experience for the X-men universe.
This week in Comic Industry News: Archie brings back Mega Man X, George Romero does zombies for Marvel, Grendel meets The Shadow and John Diggle comes to the Green Arrow comics.
In Video Game Industry news: Eidos-Montreal gives us the details of Deus Ex Universe, Miyamoto talks about working with western developers, Nimblebit announces Tiny Death Star, Rocksmith gets color-blind mode, Sony teams up with Extra Life, the Dualshock 4 comes to Windows and WB Games Montreal gets government support.
In Entertainment News: Chronicles of Narnia moves forward, 22 Jump Street starts filming, Sleepy Hollow is super popular, Wilfred will have its final season, Legend of Conan is a thing, Warcraft gets a date, J.J Abrams talks Star Trek, new Harry Potter films are announced, Elizabeth Olsen joins the Avengers with Aaron Taylor-Johnson, news about a new Fantastic Four film, Spider-man 3 updates, Warner Brothers CEO wants Wonder Woman on the big screen and Friday The 13th goes in a scary direction.
In Comic Industry News: The Sixth Gun is nearing it’s end, Zod appearing in Adventures of Superman, Infinity #1 sells out and what is happening to the Marvel Ultimates universe
In Game Industry News: Viacom and Sony in talks about television on Playstation, Xbox One no longer requiring a connected Kinect, Capcoms plans for the future Resident Evil games, Capcom saying that Street Fighter will not be ported to the Wii U, Satoru Iwata admitting that lack of software sales will bring about the end of the Wii U, Arkane Studios making Prey 2, a writer from Bioware leaving the studio over death threats and the IGDA considering support groups for developers who are harassed
In Entertainment News: Bryan Cranston wants to be Lex Luthor in Batman vs Superman, World War Z makes Brad Pitt a lot of money, Joseph Kosinski signing on to the Twilight Zone movie, more Loki in the Thor movie, Mark Millar talks about a X-men Fantastic Four crossover, and Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan…again