Month: June 2020

The show went on hiatus in April due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. With its return to the airwaves, the hotly anticipated Kara arc, which sees Boruto take on new duties in Valley Country, will begin on Jul. 19. Two additional cast members have been announced: Cho as the mysterious Victor, a Kara
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Fuser is Harmonix’s latest and greatest music game, which the company describes as “a non-stop virtual music festival where you control the music.” Last week, a couple of developers walked me through a guided demo of the upcoming game, including its robust customization, before letting me run wild in the demo myself, mixing and matching
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When Swamp Thing debuted on DC Universe earlier this year, the series was immediately cancelled. The season, which had already been shortened due to production issues, would be the only season of the critically-acclaimed series. The show was too expensive to make, rumors has it, after Louisiana slashed production incentives, effectively increasing the out-of-pocket cost
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The convention circuit has essentially been at a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as social distancing guidelines rule out the large gatherings that usually come with comic and entertainment conventions. As a result, many have taken the idea of uniting the nerd community together online, including DC’s upcoming FanDome convention. The one-day event will
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PlayStation has officially revealed the lineup for July 2020’s free games on the service and while the quality of the group is certainly up for debate, the variety is not. July’s free PlayStation Plus video games are NBA 2K20, Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, and Erica. This follows up June’s free game
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Ubisoft has several fan-favorite franchises under its umbrella, including Assassin’s Creed and the Tom Clancy games, and now fans have all kinds of sweet collectibles to look forward to from those franchises thanks to the new deal they’ve struck with Funko and Good Smile Company. Ubisoft has signed multi-year partnerships with Funko and Good Smile
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Doom Patrol is back for its second season with the first three episodes now streaming on both DC Universe and HBO Max and wastes no time in jumping back into all the wackiness that defined the show’s first season. When viewers catch back up with the heroes, they’re still dealing with the fallout from their
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Daily Planet intern Clark Kent takes learning-on-the-job to new extremes when Lobo and Parasite set their sights on Metropolis in Superman: Man of Tomorrow, available later in summer 2020 on Digital, 4K, Blu-ray & DVD. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, Superman: Man of Tomorrow is the 41st film in
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Fortnite Season 3 arrived on PS4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices earlier this month alongside some massive map changes, Aquaman, man-eating sharks, and plenty of new content. That said, this is old news. What everyone in the Fortnite community is now talking about is a newly leaked shotgun, codenamed “Dragon.” And as
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Alison Brie regrets taking her role in Bojack Horseman. Diane Nguyen has come up a lot in the past week as many different actors have been reflecting about playing characters that weren’t their race. Bojack’s place in this debate has been a constant in the conversation about white actors portraying characters who don’t match their
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