Nintendo Just Showed Off Their New & Gorgeous Looking Zelda Game.

Nintendo unveiled exactly what their new Zelda game would look like on the Wii U at the Game Awards this week and it was nothing short of amazing.

Although the game looks glorious and the world for you to explore dense and grand in scale, the best bit of this demo video is the entirely scripted interactions between Zelda lead producer Eiji Aonuma and original Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto.

Marvel Just Announced Eight New Superhero Movies.

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During a special press event Marvel Studios yesterday announced not one but eight new superhero movies as part of their planned phase three releases.

As you can see from the picture above the schedule encompasses a total of three years spanning from 2016 to 2018 and they are as follows, (links provided for those unfamilar with these properties):

May 6th 2015: Captain America: Civil War

Nov. 4th 2016: Doctor Strange (played by Benedict Cumberpatch)

May 5th 2017: Guardians of the Galaxy 2

July 29th 2017: Thor: Ragnarok

Nov. 3rd 2017: Black Panther (played by Chadwick Boseman)

May 3rd 2018: Avengers: Infinity Wars pt.1

July 6th 2018: Captain Marvel

May 4th 2019: Avengers: Infinity Wars pt.2

Nov. 2nd 2019: Inhumans

Evil Corp’s Amazing Halloween Themed Vinyls.

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These Halloween themed vinyls are products from A Large Evil Corporation, (best company name yet), an animation studio based in Bath, England. Unfortunately you can’t buy these outstanding figures which is a crippling shame but hopefully Evil Corp will get round to releasing them for purchase soon.

If you want to see more of Evil Corp’s mind-blowing work then be sure to visit their site HERE.

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That Simpsons/Kubrick Mash-Up.

http://video.vulture.com/video/The-Simpsons-Salutes-Kubrick/player?layout=compact&read_more=1

Here’s that amazing Stanley Kubrick tribute sequence featured on this week’s episode of The Simpsons as part of their 25th edition of their Treehouse Of Horror specials.

That reference that eluded Comic Book Guy was from Kubrick’s 1975 movie Barry Lyndon.

(via Vulture)

Machines Continue The War In Animated Film.

Here’s a short film entitled Fortress by Russian animator and self confessed CG enthusiast which depicts a depressing vision of the future, (is there any other?), where humans have killed themselves through acts of war yet their machines continue the fight without them. Fedotof explained:

Despite the fact that mankind is killed, the war still continues. War continued with automated system left by people. One of the last surviving bomber and its pilot still performs its task. The city is dead for a long time. Dead people who built it. Dead people who gave the order to destroy the city. And war will continue until subside echo of humanity.But life will always find a way to survive. Cassette bomb submunitions became a fortress for the grass.