The guys are back after a long hiatus with a crazy release for this week’s episode of Analog!
Trailers for Deadpool 2, The Meg, Solo, and more! Loads of new directors attached to crazy shit! Plus, plenty more news and crazy rants! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
Spider-Man: Homecoming was a very personal, down to earth story, that really brought Peter Parker down to our level, but it looks like post-Infinity War the webhead is about to traverse the globe. Kevin Feige shared the first details on the upcoming Spider-Man sequel, stating that we should expect quite the globetrotting film as Peter tries to detal with the ramifications of the next two Avengers films.
“We start filming early July,” Feige said. “We film in London. We shot first film in Atlanta. And we shoot a lot of films in London but there’s another reason we’re shooting in London which is, yes, Spidey, of course, will spend some time in New York, but he’ll spend some time in other parts of the globe. We loved how the events of ‘Civil War,’ for as dramatic and intense and politically complex as they were, we loved how Peter dealt with it [in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’],” said Fiege. “And how Peter dealt with it is, he then went and tried to go back to a normal life. What is it like to try to go back to a normal life after what happens in this movie [‘Infinity War]? Not to mention what happens in the next [‘Avengers’] movie. It’s fun to see that, because he can represent, you know, the world as a whole, as they try to move forward. And you can do it in a way that is tonally unique, and tonally different than, certainly, the two ‘Avengers’ films that people are about to see.”
The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel hits theaters on July 5th, 2019.
Players who purchase Nintendo Labo’s Variety and Robot Kits from Amazon Japan will receive an exclusive masking tape, as well as a bonus set of parts featuring Danboard, the cardboard box robot from Yotsuba&! The masking tape is based on the sealing tape used by Amazon Japan, and the exclusive parts include pieces for use with the RC Car or Robot Visor.
You can hit the jump to check out more pictures of the exclusive parts, and hit the links above to purchase the items from Amazon Japan.
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Fans that are looking forward to the upcoming PlayStation 4 port of arcade hit, Border Break, have one more thing to look forward to as peripheral manufacturer HORI started taking pre-orders for a custom controller for use with the game. The only catch? HORI needed a minimum of 3,000 pre-orders to start production. However, they quickly made that total, and more.
The Border Break Joystick for PlayStation 4 is priced at ¥18,334 and is set to release in 2018. HORI will continue to keep orders available until May 2nd at 10:00am JST. If you’re interested, you can check it out at the official HORI store. Hit the jump for a better look at the controller.
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Actress Nina Bergman has posted a series of tweets revealing that Universal is working on a new film adaptation of the popular video game franchise, Doom. This isn’t the first time the series has been adapted, as 2005 saw Dwayne Johnson and Karl Urban star in a much-maligned film based on the original game.
Though far from confirmation, it’s likely given the success of the most recent reboot of the game by iD Software that Universal may be looking to build a new film franchise stemming from the hype of the series, currently. Hit the jump to check out the tweets in question.
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Warner Bros. Japan has shared a new trailer for the upcoming live-action adaptation of the famed manga by Tite Kubo, Bleach, featuring a ton of new footage and our first chance to hear two of the new themes for the film, by [ALEXANDROS], “Mosquito Bite” and “MILK”.
Check out the awesome trailer above, and let me know what you think. I’m a massive fan of Bleach since its beginnings, so this is looking fantastic so far, in my opinion!
Atari has finally revealed more details about the Atari VCS, formerly known as the Ataribox. The final specs for the system are still up in the air, but Atari has partnered with several game developers and content creators to create original content and new titles for the system, as well as including complete libraries of 2600 and 5200 games.
The VCS will play at 4K, and include all the largest streaming apps (Netflix, Hulu, etc.), as well as an original Linux-based OS. For more information, you can head to ComicBook.com – or to sign up for Pre-Orders, visit the Official Website.
Marvel Comics has released a new trailer detailing the return of the First Family, the Fantastic Four, this August. The new Fantastic Four series is written by Dan Slott with art by Sara Pichelli and covers by Esad Ribic.
“Celebrate the Fantastic Four with a view into their past and a look towards the future, from their debut in Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s classic 1961 issue to their much-anticipated return in August’s upcoming new series from Dan Slott (Amazing Spider-Man, Silver Surfer), Sara Pichelli (Spider-Man: Miles Morales), and Esad Ribic (Infamous Iron Man, Marvel Legacy, Secret Wars)!”
Hit the jump for a look at the cover to issue #1, and our first look at Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm, together again in all new costumes.
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It looks like Splatoon 2’s second soundtrack is coming soon to Japan. On July 18th, Octune will be released in a ¥3,200 ($30) regular edition and ¥4,800 ($45) first print limited edition with an exclusive blu-ray.
The Octune soundtrack will be two discs, with the first disc including songs added to the game via updates as well as the upcoming Octo Expansion. The second disc will feature the Game Party Japan 2018 performance tracks. For players that pre-order the first print limited edition, the included blu-ray will feature the full Game Party Japan 2018 performance. Hit the jump for a full blu-ray track list, as well as a look at the full artwork.
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TOHO Animation and Polygon Pictures have shared the first, action-packed, trailer for the new animated film, and second in the trilogy, Godzilla: City On The Edge of Battle. The new trailer is entirely new footage with our first look at MechaGodzilla in action, as well as the mysterious denizens of Earth, 10,000 years into the future.
If you haven’t checked out the first film, and are a fan of kaiju films, it’s absolutely worth a watch and is available in several languages on Netflix.
SNK is turning 40 this year, and on top of a great collection of games releasing soon, they’ve also announced that they’ll be working on a new piece of hardware, or game machine. In the announcement tweet, SNK Japan refers to the hardware as an “atarashii geemuki” (新しいゲーム機), or “new game machine.”
SNK was the creator of the famed Neo-Geo system, discontinued in the 90’s, as well as a revival Neo-Geo handheld system in the late 2000’s. It’s likely that we may see another new mini game machine, like NES and SNES Classic Editions on store shelves, soon.
Sony Pictures has posted the final red band trailer for Deadpool 2, and it’s quite a ride. Introducing the entire X-Force and their abilities, as well as giving us plenty of new footage. Deadpool 2 as it is finally officially called, riffs hard on the Marvel Cinematic and DC Universes, with some pretty hearty jabs just in this trailer, so expect plenty more in the full film.
Additionally, tickets are on sale now, so grab them while you can, because Deadpool 2 hits theaters on May 18th.
The Hollywood Reporter has word that Hasbro’s M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) has finally found its director in F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton). While the film currently has no writer, it’s yet another addition to the growing slate of Hasbro films with adaptations on the table.
Hasbro’s M.A.S.K. has been in the early stages of a movie for quite some time, with the late 80’s animated series being up and down in stages of production.
This was an incredibly long and heartfelt tribute to the most important comic book of all time. Action Comics introduced the world to Superman, the first superhero, and paved the way for every one after, and it’s now been 1,000 issues since his introduction and he continues to inspire and move forward. The stories in this book were phenomenal. The short with Superman saying goodbye to the Earth as the sun expands to heat-death, enveloping the planet. Even the wonderfully creative short about the man driving the car on the cover of Action Comics #1. It was all so emotional, and gut-wrenching for long-time fans of comic books.
This was intensely confusing, until Booster Gold completely spelled out what had happened here. Not only is that a terrible idea, but it’s also completely out of character for a Booster Gold who, just an issue ago in Superman was so anti-changing time that he was about to go hand-to-hand with Superman to prevent him from saving Krypton. A bit of a strange shift in character. On top of that, the idea that Bruce Wayne as Batman kept the Joker in check from spreading across the city is cool, and that Dick Grayson would become Batman without Bruce is… intriguing. There’s some interesting ideas at work here, that’s what I’m saying.
This has been an interesting book with such bold ideas, and wonderful use of classic folklore and mythology. That they’ve kept to close to more Irish tale, specifically based on Gotham’s history of Irish immigrants is just a wonderful attention to detail. The mystery itself is beginning to take shape, as Batman has already pieced together that everything we thought we knew has been a ruse for an even deeper mystery at work.
This was arguably the worst issue of Damage yet. The book’s been good about being inclusive of its characters with the greater DC Universe, even mentioning that this takes place before the fantastic Poison Ivy arc over in Batman, but their use of Ivy here was subpar at best. There’s a glimmer of hope here with Ethan and Damage starting to coexist somewhat after their defeat by Wonder Woman, but it still hasn’t been explored enough to mean anything, just yet.
I love Deadman so much as a character but these Neal Adams books are so batshit crazy, and full of rambling ideas that it’s hard to get a bead on where they could ever go that makes sense. Now, all of a sudden, Ra’s Al Ghul is Aaron Brand, the older brother of Deadman? That completely contradicts everything that’s ever been said and makes absolutely zero sense from a story perspective, but here we are. I’ll keep reading because Deadman is great, and Neal Adams is a madman.
Another strangely personal issue, that showed the sacrifice that parents make for their children with the backdrop of dimensional war. The secrets still left in this book are insane, and it’s hard to see where this could possibly go, unless this is all setting up for the big reveal of how Darkseid was reborn as a baby. That would be quite the incredible reveal when all is said and done.
The only way this incredibly personal run of Superman could have ended was with an incredibly personal, family-focused story, and it ended in the best way. Characters, story-beats, call backs to every other arc was the best way to end it. This was a fantastic ending, and new beginning for Superman and Superboy, as they leave behind Hamilton and move to Metropolis full-time. Bendis has some mighty big shoes to fill, but it should be fun to see how he fills them.
Universal Pictures has released the final full Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer, and it’s filled to the brim with new footage and plot points, finally revealing the true villains of the film, as well as its similarities to The Lost World: Jurassic Park from a story perspective.
The new trailer absolutely ups the ante on the film, and puts the hype train fully behind it, with plenty of the charm and action we expect from Chris Pratt and his dinosaur co-stars, respectively. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters on June 22nd, 2018.