“Dead Space” movie looks to be a prequel

We’ve got a really good sort of storyline, It’s almost a prequel, sort of, to where the game picks up.

Not a lot of information (plot details, actors, etc.), but nice to hear that the movie seems to be moving forward. I know that those of us that love this game Pray that the movie lives up to our expectations, but all is not lost if it turns out to be a dud. We will still have an awesome game (soon to be 2…er 3) and can just do like I did with the new Indiana Jones: forget it even happened. But for now, High Hopes!

Article right here.

You mean…I’m standing where he was “shot”!?

I know to some of you, this is old news (a year old in fact). With the new AMC series coming out in October, I thought it would be a good time to bring it up again for those that may not have seen it the first time around. A fan of the comic series The Walking Dead plotted all of the major events of the series onto a Google map. The list of events and their locations has been continuously updated to include all current issues of the series. Word of warning though, if you intend on reading the comics, but haven’t found the time to do so, I suggest you hold off on this in fear of spoilers. If you are an advent reader of the series, or just enjoy a good zombie reference or two, this has to interest you somewhat.

Google map here.

If you are interested in the new AMC show, based on the comic series, info can be found here.

Doesn’t “Mario 3″ have this…?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZRLpc2egoQ&feature=popt14us00

You know you would use the MK one.

Geeks UNITE at SD Comic Con Counter Protest

They’ve faced down humans time and time again, but Fred Phelps and his minions from the Westboro Baptist Church were not ready for the cosplay action that awaited them today at Comic-Con.

For those of you who were either not at SDCC or didn’t hear about the spectacle, the Westboro Baptist Church tried protesting the annual event in their usual ways. However, this time they were zerged with the geekiest counter protest imaginable. Signs of various geek nature were flashed by participants in all of their cosplay glory. My only regret is that I was not there to share in the moment. Leave it to the geeks to find a humorous, peaceful way to fight such hate.

Article and pictures here.

SPECIAL NOTE: Appslappy fans might notice a very special sign just off to the left. :)