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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers – Everything We Found Out

Originally posted on Middle Of Nowhere Gaming:

After a stellar interview panel and full showing, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is looking to be one of the biggest LEGO games yet! Here’s the cliffsnotes version of what we found out:

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Saturday night reading list

Originally posted on ReadWhatever:

This weekend I’ll be checking out three new releases from Image Comics. Over the past couple of years, Image has been silently taking over my comic book reading list with their catchy, unique and oftentimes over-the-top serials. If you’re interested in trying out graphic novels but feel like the superhero genre isn’t quite your thing, I suggest you check out their titles. Here’s what I picked up.


DSC00158 Saints #1 by writer Sean Lewis and artist Benjamin Mackey.

“Blaise, Lucy, and Sebastian discover a Holy War is erupting and they, unwittingly, are the next generation of Saints poised to fight for a heaven that God has abandoned.”

From Under Mountains

DSC00157 From Under Mountains #1 by writers Claire Gibson and Marian Churchland, and artist Sloane Leong. Cover by Marian Churchland.

“In the first issue of this new fantasy series, old feuds and new monsters rise up to haunt the isolated…

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[Work] – The Evolution of Harley

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CM Punk’s UFC Debut Delayed Yet Again

Originally posted on Hotdogs & Pompoms:

Another day, another notification of CM Punk’s further delayed debut in the UFC.

The former WWE star is still yet to make his debut appearance in the Octagon and thanks to a new injury he has suffered yet another delay.

This time, Punk injured his shoulder in training, with head coach Duke Roufus explaining all in a chat with ESPN;

He got caught in a scramble, so right now he’s taking a little time off. He was doing great before that. His progress has been good. He’s got a great attitude and he’s a hard worker. He got a place in Milwaukee where he lives all week when he’s here training, so he’s in it to win it.

Our biggest thing is we want him to 101 percent before [we resuming training]. We don’t have a hard date for his fight to force the issue, so making sure he’s completely…

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This Longboard Can Be Used on Snow, Sand, and Water

Originally posted on Sneakhype:


Seasons is a company that specializes in boards that can be used as a longboard, snowboard, wakeboard and a sandboard.  Their patent pending technology makes the board easy to slide on snow, sand and water.  So, if you want to change it up from just riding around on a skateboard, you can easily do so with a Seasons board.

Shop their online store here.



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Must See TV in October

Originally posted on Eleventh Stack:

Image by GDJ at Open Clip Art. Click through for source. Image by GDJ at Open Clip Art. Click through for source.

Fall means football, changing leaves changing and the return of TV shows!  While some of my favorite TV shows (Empire, How To Get Away With Murder, &Scandal) have already returned, there are some more shows that premiere very soon that I’m excited about:

1. The Flash (Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on The CW)

The last season of The Flash left viewers with a lot of questions. How did Barry’s battle with the Reverse Flash end? What will happen with S.T.A.R. Labs? What will happen between Barry & Iris? Most of these questions will likely not be answered within the first episode. If you wanna catch up on the first season of The Flash it’s available in our catalog.

2. iZombie (Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on The CW)

Olivia “Liv” Moore is a medical examiner…

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Nintendo eShop Update: 10/8/15 – 10/15/15

Originally posted on Analog Addiction:

Nintendo has updated their digital store with new additions for the Wii U and 3DS for the week of Oct. 8, 2015. Below is a list of new releases and sales.

Wii U

    “You are a solar-powered craft. The sun is your death timer. Hurtle towards the sunset at breakneck speed in a futile race against time. Delay the inevitable by catching speed boosts which reverse the setting sun – if only for a moment. Race The Sun is inspired by arcade games of the past with a focus on high scores, short game sessions, and pure fun mingled with nerve-wracking tension. The rules are simple: don’t crash, stay in the light, and don’t slow down!”
    – Description on game’s page at nintendo.com
  • Whispering Willows
    “In Whispering Willows, you take on the role of Elena, a determined young girl with the extraordinary ability to project her spirit outside of…

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