Five Things the S.H.I.E.L.D. TV Show Needs to Do To Be Successful

by Matthew Legarreta

A few days ago, ABC announced that Joss Whedon will be penning and (potentially) directing the pilot for a brand new TV series from Marvel Studios about S.H.I.E.L.D, the secret government facility dealing with the strange and dangerous in the Marvel Universe. Since then, fans everywhere have been buzzing about what it could be about,… Read the full article

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Nintendo Was Planning on Releasing A Knitting Peripheral for the NES, Probably In An Effort To Cater to the Coveted Little Old Granny Market

by Matthew Legarreta

Nintendo has a history of weird and total unnecessary gaming peripherals.  You got your R.O.Bs, your Power Pads, your Gameboy Printers, your Wii Speak’s and, of course, your Wii Vitality Sensor (which, by the way, what the hell happened to that?)  Blame good old fashion Japanese weirdness on their tendency to release the strangest console attachments.… Read the full article

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Metal Gear Solid Might Get a Movie, Will Get A New Open World Action Game

by Matthew Legarreta

Ah, Metal Gear Solid; the franchise that just won’t die.  Back in 2008,Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriotscame out to rave reviews, and was promised to be the final chapter in Solid Snake’s story.  That said, they never said the Metal Gear franchise itself was done.  No, over the last four years we’ve… Read the full article

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Batman and Robocop Will Finally Duke It Out in the Robocop Reboot

by Matthew Legarreta

What an interesting, strange, and sort of sad career that Michael Keaton has had.  He got his big break in the 80’s with Mr. Mom, which made him a star.  But it was his partnership with Tim Burton which made him a household name, as he played the titular character in Beetlejuice and, years later, would put… Read the full article

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Futurama Review: The Season Ends with a Disappointing Two Parter in “30th Century Fox/Naturama”

by Matthew Legarreta

Post revival Futurama is an interesting beast. Unlike it’s fellow revival buddies such as Family Guy and Ren and Stimpy, Futurama isn’t a complete monstrosity and a total mockery of its former self. In fact, it’s still a tons of fun to watch the crew of Planet Express go on there various misadventures. That said,… Read the full article

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