Archive for September, 2017
A new poster for Arrow season 6 has arrived, proving the fight isn’t over for Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell). In less than two weeks, the Arrowverse will return and dive into the new status quo for each show. For Arrow, that means Oliver and his friends and family dealing with the fallout from what happened on Lian Yu. Despite the trauma, the new season will see a happier Oliver. Of course, there will still be plenty of issues with which to contend.
When Arrow returns, so will villains like Black Siren, who will be squaring off with Black Canary. We also know that fatherhood won’t be a cakewalk for ...
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The Gifted showrunner Matt Nix reveals the fate of the X-Men and The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants as they relate to the new TV series. Looking to move on from the underwhelming reception of X-Men: Apocalypse in 2016, the X-Men franchise has been recalibrated and heading in a different direction, including the live-action TV series Legion and The Gifted, as well as the two upcoming films X-Men: Dark Phoenix and New Mutants – not to mention the spinoff series that will continue with Deadpool 2.
Premiering Monday night on FOX, The Gifted is set in the not-too-distant future where mutants are not only being tolerated by society, they’re being hunted by the government and other ...
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A two-year time jump gives Z Nation the boost it needs to reinvent itself as season 4 begins with Warren in a surprising predicament.
A few seasons in, many series – especially those rich in mythology – tend to hit a bump in the road, a crossroads necessitating a dramatic shift in narrative direction and perhaps a swift and heavy dose of creativity. Syfy original series Z Nation is only one such example of a show in need of a bit of an overhaul after its season 3 finale left room for improvement. Given that scenario, fans may be particularly understanding of the show’s use of a time ...
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The Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance were enormous successes for Nintendo, who took a quick and firm hold of the handheld market that is still maintained today, despite some weakening from mobile phone apps.
Despite the lower power when compared to the home systems of the time, all iterations of the Game Boy managed to have some truly incredible classics. For example, Link’s Awakening, the first handheld Zelda, is not only an excellent game, but it’s one of the finest in the entire Zelda franchise.
Click to continue reading 16 Game Boy Games We Remember Playing… But Can’t Remember The Names Of