Avengers, assemble! LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is six films worth of content, and just as predictable as the source material it came from in TT Fusion’s latest LEGO effort.
A good story and great art can save Civil War II from being a mere appropriately-timed sequel. And at least artistic talent is never in short supply over at Marvel. Here’s the first cover for the zero issue of Civil War II, done up in style by Olivier Coipel.
I’m using this armour for surveillance on the room where the script for Star Wars Episode VIII is being written.
Fan service, assemble! PlayStation owners will be getting some free downloadable content once Lego Marvel Avengers launches at the end of the month.
Doesn’t come with Captain America or Winter Soldier shield-bashing insurance.
Love it or hate it, but there’s no denying the massive impact that Civil War had on the Marvel comics universe back in 2006 and beyond. More than just a simple excuse to see your favourite heroes set forums ablaze when they went at each other, Civil War created a new status quo that rocked the Marvel Universe for years afterwards. Time for a sequel then.
One of the many, many suits that Tony Stark has at his disposal, is the Mark XXVI suit of armour. It’s not the first time that this armour has been resized into a sixth-scale replica. But I am liking seeing the same suit, but with a more emerald colour finish. It’s essentially a redo of the Mark XXV Striker armour, but tuned to handle lethal amounts of gamma radiation.
Agent Carter, Crimson Dynamo and the Omega-level threat known as Squirrel Girl are all joining the massive roster of heroes and villains in Lego Marvel Avengers. SQUIRRELS!
Star Wars is pretty much done and dusted for now in Disney Infinity 3.0, until next month that is. But between interactive trilogies, there are other figures being released in the Disney Infinity 3.0 line. Figures from other properties, and previous playsets. And this month, we’re getting the chance to say hi to Veronica…
Anyway you look at it, Iron Man just oozes great design. Five feature film appearances have resulted in dozens and dozens of Iron Man armour suits, with the most recent prosthesis being the Mark 43 from Avengers: Age of Ultron. And I think I’ve finally found a version of the suit that will fit me.
Look, if I’m going to watch a flesh collision between two muscles mountains in tights, there better be a damn table, chair or ladder involved. This year however, WWE 2K16 has plenty of modes within which to test the warranty of your new table.
The next LEGO game is a sequel of sorts to LEGO Marvel Superheroes, dubbed LEGO Marvel’s Avengers. It’s pretty much a highlight reel of not only the two Avenger movies, but a few other ones as well.