The Great Fairies of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can offer some great upgrades, but they can be costly.
Season 2 of the popular anime adaption of ONE’s web manga One-Punch Man is now in production.
In a post on Twitter (via Crunchyroll), Ken Xyro shared an image of an advertisement that confirms production on Season 2 “is in progress.” That said, there’s no word yet on when Season 2 will premiere.
One Punch Man Season 2 confirmed.
Production is in progress. Exact date is TBA.
(This scan is pretty bad btw) pic.twitter.com/yIVuASsa6U
The Power Rangers reboot is a loving tribute to its source material, full of references and nods to the show’s many seasons. Here’s what we found!
Warning: this article contains full spoilers for the Power Rangers movie!
Which was your favorite Easter egg? Let us know any we missed in the comments!
And be sure to check out our explanation of the ending and that post-credits scene.
There have been rumblings about Damage Control making its Marvel Cinematic Universe debut for several years now, with ABC ordering a put pilot for a potential TV series back in October, 2015. Things have gone dormant since then, but there’s new hope for Damage Control’s MCU prospects thanks to Spider-Man: Homecoming and it’s looking like the organization will be appearing in the upcoming Tom Holland-starring film.
With that in mind, now is the perfect time for a refresher on what Damage Control is and how it might fit into the increasingly complex tapestry that is the MCU.
Some Spider-Man: Homecoming spoilers and speculation follow.
Damage Control was conceived in the late 1980s by writer Dwayne McDuffie and artist Ernie Colón as “a sitcom within the Marvel Universe.” Basically, the various Damage Control comics take a more comedic, ground-level approach to the Marvel Universe, focusing on the collateral damage caused by massive battles between heroes and villains. Damage Control are usually the ones tasked with cleaning up after each disaster and keeping New York City in tiptop shape. Needless to say, it’s a full-time job.
Gary Barlow, British songwriter and frontman of pop group Take That, has joined Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Barow, who’s a huge Star Wars fan, revealed the news on ITV’s Lorraine show (via BBC), saying he has a role in the new movie. While Barlow did confirm he isn’t playing a stormtrooper, he didn’t give away any details about his mysterious character and just how significant his role might be in the film. The singer also joked about how he’ll be cut out of The Last Jedi now since he spoiled that he’s in the film.
Take That singer Gary Barlow.
Comedians Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman are teaming up for a new game show about craftsmanship.
NBC has ordered 6 episodes of ‘The Handmade Project,’ which will pit contestants’ skills in the art of, well, making things.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, who starred in NBC’s hit comedy series Parks and Recreation together, are going to be reunited to work on the project. Poehler is looking forward to conquering her fear of paper mache, while Offerman boasts a wealth of knowledge in the woodworking world, owning his own woodshop and holding a spot in the New York Times best-selling list in his field.
The Handmade Project invites participants of all ages and creative specialties to apply on their website, which also states the need for availability from August 2017 to December 2017 as a loose production date.
This vault has some of Andromeda’s trickiest puzzles – here’s how to solve them all and unlock every secret and bonus inside.
What happens when the worst villains in the universe get their hands on a weapon that can rewrite reality itself? The Legends found out the hard way this week as the Legion of Doom used the Spear of Destiny to create a new world where all the old rules have changed.
We’ll have our review of “Doomworld” up a bit later tonight. Until then, let us know what you thought of the new episode in the comments below.
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
It’s always been frustrating how little interest The Flash shows in the actual Flash Rogues compared to Barry Allen’s speedster enemies. So the fact that “Abra Kadabra” introduced the titular villain to the Arrow-verse was a welcome step in the right direction. Sadly, the spectre of Savitar hung over what could have been a really entertaining episode.
The Flash crew certainly found the right man for the job. Dave Dastmalchian has practically built a career around playing minor but memorable characters in critically adored superhero movies (including The Dark Knight and Ant-Man). He was a great fit to play a theatrical showman from the 64th Century. He brought a nice energy and whimsical absurdity to the aprt. Yes his performance was pretty hammy, but if any Flash villain should be played over-the-top, it’s Abra Kadabra. You want the sense that a man born 4,000 years in the future is operating on a different wavelength from everyone else.
Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph sequel is officially called Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Disney revealed the name of the sequel to its 2012 smash hit at this year’s CinemaCon, and said that Jane Lynch (the original’s Sergeant Calhoun) and Jack McBrayer (who played Fix-it Felix) would be returning alongside John C.Reilly as Ralph.
The original creatives will also be returning, including directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston, and producer Clark Spencer. “To take these characters we love and have them enter the enormous world of the internet has given us so much to explore,” said Moore in a press release. “Our production team has been hard at work designing a world that takes something we all think we know – the internet – but shows it in a whole new, imaginative way.”