Warning — In the prelude, Tony spoils the Dr. Who 50th special and this weeks Sons of Anarchy
This week in Comic Industry News: Warner Brothers wins over Superman, Warren Ellis goes straight for the Moon, things get serious when another X-men comes out, and DC pulls out of Harley Quinn.
In Game Industry News: The UK gets a PS bundle. Carmack leaves ID, Black Mesa heads to steam proper and Telltale sits on the iron throne.
In Entertainment News: Sandman rumors abound, Sony talks more Spider-man, Norman Reedus enters the Crow, The Flash gets his own pilot, Fox works on a Tolken biopic, and Darabont shits all over the Walking Dead.
This week in Comic Industry News: Clark comes out to the world, Sandman gets delayed, we finally have a black Robin and James’ waxes philosophical about EC Comics.
In Game Industry News: Mega Man X comes back…in a way, Blizzard talks Warcraft remakes, Eidos makes more changes to Thief, Sony talks MP3 playback for the PS4 and the Humble Bundle gets a store.
In Entertainment News: Blockbuster has its final rental, CBS green lights a HIMYM spin-off, Walking Dead gets a prequel, Hugh Jackman talks about being Wolverine, Twilight comes to Jessica Jones, Drew Goddard comes to Daredevil and Seth Rogan gets his hands on a Preacher.
A very special thank you to our guest, Dan Price, for coming out to Rapture again and talking shop with us. You can find his work over at http://houndcomics.com/webcomic_masters_of_the_obvious.php and https://www.facebook.com/latexavenger
This week in Comic Industry News: One of the greats, Nick Cardy has passed away, Marvel tells us all about the new X-Force, a new Ms. Marvel comic is about to be launched, and Vertigo launches The Royals: Masters of War.
In Game Industry News: Nintendo tells us how well the are doing in Japan and how they see their future, Final Fantasy 14 makes Square a lot of money, Microsoft gives indy developers Unity, and Killer Instinct says no to Arcade mode for a while.
In Entertainment News: Blockbuster is ready to go under, Daredevil gets a new show on Netflix alongside Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Jessica Jones and Iron Fist with a potential Defenders movie to follow, Fox wants more Wolverine, Nightwing and Wonder Woman decide to drop into the Batman vs Superman movie, the creator of Veronica Mars takes on iZombie and Guillermo Del Toro take on everything.
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This week in Comic Industry News: Gotham City becomes reality for one kid, Fables starts closing down the shop, DC bails out of NY and Mark Waid gives us the scoop on Daredevil.
In Game Industry News: Nintendo says NO to showing kids penises, the Wii U is bombing but new Wii U bundles are coming, the Ouya is ready for 2.0 but first a new controller and the CEO of the Ouya still thinks this is the console of the future while Sony admits to all the things that it CAN’T do at launch.
In Entertainment News: ALL the remakes starting with Sleepaway Camp, then the Addams Family, TWO Hellraiser remakes, a Pet Semeatary remake and then George Romero talks about why The Walking Dead is bad.
Our special guest star is JD “S3 Prototype” from the Ninjaverse. Check them out here: http://theninjaverse.wordpress.com/
This week in Comic Industry News: We talk about Marvel Knights, Charlaine Harris’ new graphic novel, X-files crossing over with everything, Superboy dying, and Robotech meets Voltron.
In Game Industry News: Square Enix starts a Final Fantasy Committee, John Riccitello disses Angry Birds, Thief removes their XP system from their game, the creator of Thomas Was Alone talks about what it’s like to be an indy developer and Microsoft talks cross-platform play.
In Entertainment News: Lou Scheimer passes away, Marvel talks plans for more TV shows, Disney wants a Darth Vader television show, Bruce Campbell confirms Army of Darkness 2, Tim Burton gets ready for Beetlejuice 2, Universal wants to make a universe for their horror monsters, Guillermo Del Toro’s new cartoon gets a ton of stars and Michael Bay was attacked with an AC unit.