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This June, a lone soldier ventures deep into unknown territory on a mission of personal discovery – and of blood-soaked survival! Today, Marvel is pleased to announce MARVEL ZOMBIES #1 – a brand-new Secret Wars series from writer Simon Spurrier (X-Force, X-Men: Legacy) and artist Kev Walker (New Avengers, Avengers Arena)! She is Elsa Bloodst...
War rages across the patchwork planet of Battleworld. Domains far and wide clash in an unending conflict for territory. Yet amid the fury and the fire of battle, there is love to be found as well. This June, one of the Marvel Universe’s burgeoning romances will be put through the Secret Wars wringer in STAR-LORD AND KITTY PRYDE #1 –...
In the zombie apocalypse, when the night falls the rules of survival change. Who lives and who dies can be determined at the simple flip of a switch. Released today by Techland, “Life and Death in the Quarantine Zone” is an interactive story that seamlessly showcases the drastic changes between day and night in Dying Light. The video presents dayti...
We all waiting to play Batman: Arkham Knight when it gets released and now at least we have a new trailer to marvel at. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment today released the newest video from Batman: Arkham Knight. The Official Batman™: Arkham Knight Trailer – “Gotham is Mine” features a closer look at some of the s...
In the southern wastes of Battleworld, two unholy factions wage neverending war. This June, that war reaches a new level of horror in AGE OF ULTRON VS. MARVEL ZOMBIES #1 – a new Secret Wars series! From Eisner-award winning writer James Robinson and critically-acclaimed artist Steve Pugh comes two new reasons to fear! There are regions of Battlewor...
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