By Kofi Outlaw - January 29, 2019 04:03 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Dragon Ball Super: Broly is setting new records for both the franchise and anime movies in general - and it's managing to re-invent the Dragon Ball franchise along the way. Since Broly hit US theaters, we've been steadily breaking down all of the different Dragon Ball franchise retcons that occur within the film, via characters like Bardock, Gogeta, and Broly himself. But there's still one big-picture question we need to address: How, exactly, does Dragon Ball Super: Broly expand the anime's official canon? There are quite a few pieces to that answer, it turns out, and we've broken them down for you, below! Slide 1 of 10Freeza Force OriginFreeza and his army the Freeza Force have been part of Dragon Ball ever since the early days of Dragon Ball Z, but in Dragon Ball Super: Broly we actually get to see a pivotal moment in the group's formation. Broly … [Read more...] about How Does ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ Expand the Anime’s Canon?
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By Kofi Outlaw - November 9, 2018 12:54 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 Acclaimed fan artist BossLogic has been doing the Dragon Ball fandom a service, by using his artistic talents to create artwork for a new live-action Dragon ball movie - one that has far better casting than the abomination that is Dragonball Evolution The latest piece that BossLogic has shared brings Dragon Ball Z's "Android Saga" to life, with this picture of what Android 16 could look like in live-action! ANDROID 16 - @alanritchson pic.twitter.com/UYFpBGdxM9 — BossLogic (@Bosslogic) November 8, 2018 If you don't recognize the face, that's Alan Ritchson, who is currently starring in the DC Universe streaming series Titans. Ritchson first gained some geek acclaim when he was cast as Aquaman in DC's groundbreaking Smallville series, and has gotten some geek movie cred playing Raphael in the rebooted Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film series. With so much live-action superhero work already … [Read more...] about ‘Dragon Ball’: Here’s What Alan Ritchson Could Look as Android 16
You Died: The Dark Souls Companion is one of the great gaming books of the last few years - it's passionate, perceptive and wonderfully partisan. (We should also mention that it's the work of two friends of Eurogamer, Keza MacDonald and Jason Killingsworth.) Killingsworth is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to produce a beautiful hardback version of the book, which will include a new chapter. He's kindly allowed us to publish this extract as a taster. Dark Souls' most obvious trait also happens to be its least interesting; fixating on 'gosh, this game's hard' seems a bit obvious when we could be talking about its themes, its lore, its fascinating game design. Dark Souls is more than a Tough Mudder challenge for the couch-bound. But Dark Souls' difficulty is also inescapable and, rightly or wrongly, it's what the game is most famous for. Ask players for their recollections, and they will tell you the moments that made them cry, the moments when they felt physically and … [Read more...] about Tough Love: On Dark Souls’ Difficulty
By Kofi Outlaw - September 18, 2018 10:09 am EDT Share 12 Comments 12 This week, fans of My Hero Academia got a prime showcase of why All Might is the no. 1 guy in the pro hero world. The show's latest episode, "Symbol of Peace", featured the climatic fight between All Might and his nemesis All For One, and it certainly did not disappoint! All Might's deepest secret (his true form) was revealed to the world, but that moment of weakness didn't stop the Symbol of Peace from living up to his title - if only one last time. Now that it looks like All Might has used up the last of his power, and will end his career as a pro hero, we're saying something that may be a hot take, but needs to be said all the same: Here's why My Hero Academia's All Might is better than DC's Superman! Slide 1 of 7OriginThe first big divide between Superman and All Might is in the approach to their respective origin stories. Superman is famous for telling the story of an all-powerful … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons ‘My Hero Academia’s All Might Is Better Than Superman
By JK Schmidt - December 7, 2019 09:06 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will expand to a group of new original series coming to Disney+, which will also serve as the future of the franchise as it progresses beyond Avengers: Endgame. And it looks like we'll finally see one of the most powerful heroes in the franchise get the recognition she deserves in the shotshow WandaVision, which will finally reveal the full potential of the Scarlet Witch. With both Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany set to reprise their roles in the show, we are now getting more details about what fans can expect when it premieres on the streaming service. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige appeared on Omelete after his panel for CCXP where he teased the rise of Wanda Maximoff in the new Disney+ series. "Having the opportunity to tell more of their story, to see more of what Wanda can do, more of what makes Vision Vision, and — most importantly … [Read more...] about Kevin Feige Confirms Wanda Will Become the Scarlett Witch in WandaVision