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With all the patience of a teenager talking to his nan, Man of Steel‘s Henry Cavill found himself explaining Warhammer on a British talk show.
Adding credence to the rumors around Hawkeye’s Big Bad (you can Google it – I’m not spoiling it here), Marvel boss Kevin Fiege confirmed that Netflix’s Daredevil – and its star, Charlie Cox – has a future in the MCU. It’s certainly a sign that… well, let’s say, that Maya Lopez’s relationship with You Know Who will be faithful to the comic.
Friendly PSA: EN Publishing is about to lose the license for their Judge Dredd and 2000 AD RPG products, so grab yourself a bargain from their clearance sale. (If you fancy joining our Judge Dredd game, scoot over to the members’ Discord!)
What We’re Watching
What We’re Buying*
*These aren’t sponsored, we don’t get a cut, and nobody sends us freebies. It’s just some cool stuff we’re lusting over hard.
Authentic scaled-down minicab merchants Arcade1Up has re-released the original 1991 Terminator 2 arcade game with force feedback light guns.
Available in the US and Canada only, pre-orders are open at an eye-watering $699.99.
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