Aaron and Dauterman's Mighty Thor #1 Reprinted in 3D and a Polybag for April

Marvel continues to reprint classic comics in high-tech 3D, though this time it's one of a more recent vintage getting the treatment. Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman's Mighty Thor #1 will be re-released in April in mind-boggling (read: headache-inducing) 3D, and locked inside a polybag to prevent you from ever opening it lest you spoil […]

Troy Little's Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons #1- 3D Variant

If there's one thing we know about Rick & Morty — and there might be only one thing because we've never watched the show — it's that Bleeding Cool readers love to click on articles about it, or so our bosses keep telling us. So you, dear readers, will be pleased to learn that IDW […]

Ready Player One poster magic

Check Out These Ready Player One Magic Eye Posters from #SXSW

Do you remember those Magic Eye books from the '90s? Apparently someone at WB sure does, because this set of three Ready Player One posters are a big giant 3D homage to them. Posted early this morning, the three posters are color coordinated with the Keys from Anorak's quest (copper, jade, and crystal) and offer some […]

The Future Is Hacked & It Always Rains: We Review '>observer_'

I have a passion for futuristic cyberpunk stories where the mind and the machine meet. Blade Runner, Ghost In The Shell, Ex Machina—all of these have a soft spot in my heart and eventual hard drive sitting between both hemispheres of my brain. So when a game developer decides to make their own version of […]

Whatever! I Spellcast What I Want!: We Review Fictorum

For a while, Fictorum looked like it might be one of the best magic-using games to be produced. After dozens of gifs were sent out during their Kickstarter campaign to show off how the game worked and what awesome power you could have, Scraping Bottom Games got their funding and have finally released it on […]

Going Back Almost A Decade To Get Paint Everywhere In 'De Blob'

De Blob was originally released almost nine years ago on the Wii as one of the system's early puzzle platformers made by a third party. I didn't get a chance to play it at the time, but I do remember seeing it in stores and thought it looked all right. Now I get my chance […]

Even Jump-Scare Games Need Some Depth As We Learn From 'Roots Of Insanity'

I'm down for a good jump-scare game when they're done right—it's a nice adrenaline rush that gets addictive after a while, and all you're doing is giving your mind a shock. But when they're done poorly, the shock wears off quickly and you're left looking at a game that relied more on the shock value […]

Yet Another Mansion Turned Into A Horror Mystery Game With 'The Crow's Eye'

The amount of games who have creepy mansions turned into schools turned into laboratories turned into mazes turned into hotels turned into museums turned back into mansions could fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool. Why does every location have to be something before it became something else? It's an exploited trope that's been in gaming since […]

SDDC 2015 Encounters: The 3-D Art Of Todd Reis Will Blow You Away

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu During this year's Comic-Con in San Diego, there was an exhibition of paintings, drawings and other types of art by a variety of folks. Being an artist myself, I naturally wandered in and was enthralled by a lot of the great work on display, some on sale. But one of the […]

Every Retailer Gets A 3D Dancing Deadpool #34

In a hilarious (probably) move, Marvel produced a 3D motion cover variant for Deadpool #34, the issue in which we discover some big Original Sin about his life (and not just that he has a daughter). And the let retailers order one for every 52 copies of the normal cover they ordered. 52. Geddit? Yes, […]

James MacAvoy Speaks Out On 3D Films – And Scottish Independence

James MacAvoy appeared on BBC's Sunday morning politics and culture show, The Andrew Marr Show, to promote X-Men: Days Of Future Past. With X-Men First Class, he was rather dismissing of 3D films – and now Days Of Future Past is one. He said, Thank God this movie is not in 3D, which is just […]

Your First Look At A DC Comics 2014 3D Cover In The Wild… Batwing!

  From the Diamond Retailer Summit in Las Vegas, our first look at a live 3D cover for this September, namely Batwing. Retailers were reminded that all orders placed for these September books at the end of this month will be fixed… They also showed off the full Superman #32 by Geoff Johns and John […]

Would You Spent Fourteen Hours Watching A 3D Cerebus Being Printed?

After all, you made it through Melmoth. Right now George Peter Gatiss is printing a 3D Cerebus. It has only just started and will take 14 hours. And there is a webcam on it right now. I mean you could go to ECCC. You could fill in your DC Talent Survey. Or you can go […]