Hex of Steel is a hexagonal grid-based strategy game that puts you in the hot seat in the midst of World War II.
For this reason, we have compiled a list of twelve must-see WWII films, as of 2019. Das Boot A 1981 film from West Germany Written and directed by Wolfgang Petersen, it is an adaptation of Lothar-Günther Buchheim's 1973 German novel of the same name Das Boot tells the story of the crew of a German U-boat[...]
"Captain America: The First Avenger" Lifted from Michael Powell, Martin Scorsese's Favourite Director
He cut montage sequences in the same style as Powell's movies. But it was Captain America's last scene in WWII that directly lifted from Powell's movie Steve Rogers on a runaway plane he decides to crash is an homage and recreation of the start of A Matter of Life and Death Steve Rogers and Peggy Carter[...]
AMC's "The Terror: Infamy" trailer highlights a Japanese-American community fighting a mysterious force as well as the all-too-real threat of racism.
Amazon Studios and Oscar-winning writer/director Jordan Peele have signed five cast members to its vengeance-driven Nazi-hunting series "The Hunt."
Netflix is enlisting Medici's Bradley James to take lead on The Liberator, the streaming service’s four-part animated World War II drama series.
Joseph Heller's classic novel Catch-22 is making its way to the small screen, with George Clooney set to direct and star in a six-part limited series.
As a Jew myself, I can assure you that is the quickest way to show everyone how you feel about WWII. MLJ's The Shield was actually the first hero to go toe-to-toe with a Nazi in Pep Comics #1 in 1939, but as we all know, some plucky redheaded jerk took the spotlight from MLJ's heroes[...]
It looks like Activision can't keep a secret this week. First, the release date for Destiny 2 is revealed, now it appears a new leak is focused on another
It strikes me as being an interesting mix of stylistic impulses and concepts, a little like Sledgehammer 44 from Dark Horse and a bit like Anna Mercury from Avatar Press, the former because of its eye toward detail of historical WWII settings and the use of highly mechanized suits (though here there seems to be[...]
By Aaron B. Hale Today we celebrate the beginning of Operation Overlord, the D-Day Invasion. On this day 70 years ago the allied powers transported over
Tom W. Huxley recently sat down with writer Kieron Gillen to discuss his ongoing Avatar series, Uber with Caanan White, for a forthcoming feature in
It was clear from our recent talk with writer Kieron Gillen that he has developed a very specific, detailed, and intense vision for his new monthly series
Phonogram, Uncanny X-Men, Journey into Mystery, Iron Man, Young Avengers... Kieron Gillen has written quite a range of comics in recent years. And in