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26 Mar 2013
I am heading out to LA for a week on Sunday. I figured I would try to pick up the Transformers: The Ride Evac while I am there. Does anyone know if he is available in the Universal Studio Store in the Universal CityWalk? I am not a fan of theme parks, so I'd rather not pay admission just for Evac.
1 Mar 2013
I came upon wave 2 of the new style Bot Shots today and noticed that the Jump Shot Optimus in that wave was clearly Cybertron/Galaxy Force Optimus.
After that I took a look at the Flip Shot Optimus and saw his alt mode looked like it might be Beast Hunters (definitely was not G1). Finally, the Spin Shot Optimus that comes with the launcher is definitely G1.
This appears to be exclusive to Optimus. The two Bumblebee molds we have seen appear to both be Prime with a G1 head.
Spin Shot = G1 Optimus
Jump Shot = Cybertron Optimus
Flip Shot = Beast Hunters? Optimus
17 Feb 2013
Bruce Wayne/Batman - Paul Rudd
Alfred Pennyworth - Jason Statham
The Joker - Bill Murray
Agent Richard "Dick Grayson" Greystoke/Robin - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
Lucius Fox - David Allen Grier
Commissioner James Gordon - Dennis Franz
Barbara Gordon/Batgirl - Kat Dennings
Sam "Selina" Kyle/Catwoman - John Leguizamo
Dr. Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy - Melissa McCarthy
A comedic reimagining of the Batman mythos, positing the question: "What if the dense, aloof playboy was the real Bruce Wayne instead of a facade for the brooding, intense warrior?"
Batman: Abandoned by his parents at a young age, Bruce Wayne is a wealthy, aloof, irresponsible playboy.
Bruce's parents put most of their money in a trust for him until he was 18 and retired to a hedonist community in Brazil to escape their family and professional responsibilities, leaving Bruce in the care of Alfred.
Bruce decides to become Batman after he is publicly shamed for hiding behind an elderly woman when a charity ball he is attending is robbed.
Alfred Pennyworth: Alfred is a retired British special forces agent. He was hired by the Waynes as a butler/bodyguard for Bruce. He follows Batman to keep him out of real danger.
Alfred only sticks around because the Waynes are still paying him out of a secret Swiss account, in addition to the salary Bruce pays him. He reports back to the Waynes on Bruce's life.
The Joker: After Alfred reports to the Waynes that Bruce is going out at night as Batman, they hire a washed-up actor to indulge Bruce's hero fantasies while keeping him distracted from actual dangerous crooks. Unfortunately, the Joker considers himself a "method" actor and starts committing real crimes.
Dick Grayson: Richard Greystoke is an undercover FBI agent investigating murders in a travelling circus. He embeds himself in the circus undercover as the long lost son of the Flying Graysons, a famous acrobat team.
When they are killed, Bruce Wayne insists Dick is grieving and invites him to stay at Wayne Manor. Dick accepts because Wayne has been at every show that a murder has happened (he is rich, irresponsible and loves the circus), and Dick considers him a prime suspect.
Dick turns down the Robin job after seeing the embarrassing costume Bruce had made for him.
Lucius Fox: Lucius is the head of Wayne R&D. His gadgets are the only reason Batman has any success as a vigilante. The Batsuit he built for Bruce is a bionic exoskeleton that has several martial arts styles programmed into it. Unfortunately, its control system is a little glitchy.
James Gordon: Commissioner Gordon is an old-fashioned chauvinistic no-nonsense cop. He is embarrassed his city is involved in "all this flashy-costume crap."
Batgirl: Barbara Gordon is a witty, sarcastic tomboy. She has a self-effacing, dry sense of humor and is quick to anger. Despite being top of her class in the Gotham police academy, her father, the Commissioner, keeps her on desk duty. After seeing Batman in action, she moonlights as Batgirl to get her kicks.
Catwoman: Sam Kyle is a garbage man whose alter-ego, drag queen Selina, crashes the finest Gotham socialite parties. He/she also steals jewelry as Catwoman to feed his/her jewel fetish.
Bruce develops a crush on Selina after meeting him/her at a charity ball (which he/she later robs as Catwoman, causing Bruce to become Batman), not knowing he/she is actually a man.
Poison Ivy: Dr. Pamela Isley is a scientist that Joker hires to make a mind control gas, but she strikes out on her own as Poison Ivy when she realizes the power of her creation to make all men do anything for her. She quickly uses her chemicals to amass wealth and a large gang of hansdsome, love-struck men.
Batman inadvertently finds the real circus killer under Poison Ivy's control. Ivy's mind control serum has a side effect, making its victims unable to lie. While fighting the killer, Bruce asks if he has done anything he is proud of in his life, and the killer confesses to the circus killings. Batman, seeking vengence for Dick's "parents," defeats him and brings him to justice, along with Ivy.
When Dick finds out the news, he reveals his true identity, moves out of Wayne Manor and abandons Bruce, ashamed he wasn't the one who solved the case.
An upset Bruce decides to take his feelings of anger and betrayal out on the Joker and end his threat once and for all. Alfred forbids him from doing so due to the increasing unreliability of the Batsuit's control systems, insisting Bruce wait for Lucius to make repairs. Bruce defies him and heads out anyway, causing Alfred to quit, stating that babysitting Bruce "isn't worth all the money in the world." Just as Alfred had expected, Bruce is easily captured after his Batsuit shorts out.
The Joker prepares to execute Batman live on TV in an attempt to restart his failed acting career, interrupting broadcasts with promos advertising his intent to do so during prime time. Dick sees this on TV and breaks into the Batcave where he suits up as Robin and rallies Batgirl, Catwoman and Alfred to rescue Batman from the Joker.
13 Feb 2013
Good old Mario doesn't get talked about enough in here, so I thought I'd drum up some discussion.
What are your favorite Mario platformers? By "platformer," I am referring to games like Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Land, not games like Dr. Mario, Paper Mario or Super Mario Kart.
My top 3:
Super Mario 3D Land - None of the previous 3D Mario games felt like a Mario game to me. 3D Land does. It's the best of both dimensions!
Super Mario Bros 3 - I remember drooling over Nintendo Power issues waiting for this to come out. I played it nonstop for weeks when it finally did.
Super Mario Bros 2 - This one I can't explain. I am horrible at it and it's nothing like the other side-scrolling Marios. There is just something about it. I blame Shy Guy.
Discuss! Praise the plumber!
20 Dec 2012
Presented for your viewing pleasure, my first ever video review: Transformers Generations Fall of Cybertron Soundwave!
I know there are a few bloopers and I forgot to point out the thigh swivels, but this was the best take I could do without getting interrupted. I hope you guys enjoy!
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