Since the 1930’s, Kong has been a major part of cinema. The original film is a masterpiece, with amazing pioneering visual effects that helped inspire filmmakers for decades to come. Now comes a new Kong adventure, from Legendary Pictures, the company behind 2014’s Godzilla. Does the King still have it?
What can be said about the Power Rangers franchise? Equal parts campy fun, insane martial arts, and giant robot action, it’s a long-running favorite of both kids and those who grew up with it. Nowadays, the series is getting noticed again with an upcoming feature film and part of the hype is this little downloadable title. Is Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers: Mega Battle truly morphenomin...[Read More]
As of this year, DC Comics has started a new era called Rebirth, bringing the New 52 era to a close. And for many fans, it’s great news. The New 52 was supposed to be a fresh start for the DC Universe, a place for new readers and old fans to jump on. Instead, it was marred with bad decisions and questionable storylines, for the most part. There were some great parts during the New 52, and th...[Read More]
We all know that Bruce Wayne is the Batman. No one else can come close to matching him in the role. But, for reasons such as an incapability to continue, or just being a reality where he never became the Dark Knight, others have stepped up to wear the mantle of the Bat. Here are the top five to wear the cowl other than Wayne.
It’s October, and while he gets a whole day in September, here at Marooner’s Rock we all know that it’s Batman Month! And we’re kicking it off with the worst of the worst, the absolute lamest villains in Batman’s rogues gallery.
The King of the Monsters is reborn again, but does this new interpretation live up to the hype?
Megadimension Neptunia VII is a Japanese role-playing game in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series of role-playing games, developed exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
As Sonic the Hedgehog approaches his 25th anniversary, and Sega continues to tease that they have an announcement for the occasion, let’s look at the best of his more recent games.
Fanime was quite an interesting show this year, but while I was there I had the chance for an interview with Lisle Wilkerson. Below you can watch as I interview the voice actress and interpreter Lisle Wilkerson, who you may know from such games as Shenmue and Tekken, as well as the film Lost in Translation.
Virtual Reality used to be a joke, a fad of the 90’s that everyone thought would come about as the main technology of the future, only to be forgotten with the advent of the Internet. Well, now it’s back, and the promises of so many sci-fi films seem to be not only a possibility, but an inevitability. I was lucky to attend the Silicon Valley Virtual Reality Expo, and these are the majo...[Read More]
March 19th to 20th was the first ever Silicon Valley Comic Convention, a very unique event that very much is in line with the tech loving crowd in San Jose, California. As it’s the first one, I’ll be giving my thoughts on the convention as a whole.
Return to the galaxy far, far away as we get hands-on with what may be Traveller’s Tales’ best Lego game yet.