Wednesday, August 25, 2010

'Shattered Dimensions': Negative Zone Spidey Video!

Now this looks very cool. This makes it very interesting, just because the Negative Zone suit looks like it fits the Noir dimension very well. Don't you think? Although, I have an odd feeling that this suit bears a close resemblance to the "Spider-Man 3" movie's black suit. Maybe it's just the lighting? Oh well, it still looks great and very bad ass. So check out the video below, and give your thoughts below at the comments section. Please & thank you!

See what I mean? This video's definition is: Extremely Bad Ass!! Also, make sure to check out's article about this video for more information. Special thanks to GameTrailers for providing this video.

"Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" comes on September 7th, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and the Nintendo DS. Pre-order now for exclusive offers today, and make sure to check out the official site for more information on this game!

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Saturday, August 21, 2010

Create the official logo for the Stan Lee Foundation

I thought this was very interesting and I felt I should share it with all of you. The Talenthouse Creative team are looking for someone who could create a logo for The Stan Lee Foundation. If you want to learn more about it, check out this video below:

Click here for more information.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Candidates For Love Interest in Spider-Man Reboot Revealed

The "Spider-Man" reboot is looking for its female lead and Heat Vision claims to have the shortlist of actresses who have met for the part.

The articles also states that the character of Mary Jane Watson will not be the film's love interest, leading to speculation that the storyline will add either Gwen Stacy, Felicia Hardy (the Black Cat), another of Peter Parker's past loves or may feature an all-new character created especially for the film.

Heat Vision's list includes the following (from left to right):

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Lily Collins (The Blind Side, Priest), Ophelia Lovibond (Nowhere Boy), Imogen Poots (28 Weeks Later, the upcoming remake of Fright Night), Teresa Palmer (The Sorcerer's Apprentice, I Am Number Four) and Emma Roberts (Hotel for Dogs, Valentine's Day).

Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the upcoming The Thing prequel) is listed as having just been dropped from the running.

Source: SuperHeroHype

Editor's Note: I was kinda lazy with this one, and just went on to copy & paste the original article from SHH. Well it's been a busy day, and I feel like I need a break from posting these news for today. Did you noticed how much I posted today? Not a whole lot, but it's a lot more than what I usually post in a day for this blog. Anyways, I find this interesting. And I really hope it's Gwen Stacy, which all fans would agree with me. Felicia Hardy would be too early for the first Spidey reboot (especially since this is taking place from the beginning), and I never really liked Liz Allen from the beginning (some fans speculate that it might be Liz).

I honestly don't know which one would be a great choice, if it's Gwen as the female lead. I haven't seen these actresses before. Well except Lily Collins (from The Blind Side) and Emma Roberts (from Hotel for Dogs). But since I only seen those two from those two movies, I don't know if they would be right for the role. But Teresa Palmer looks a lot more like Gwen, imo. But I think they should get an actress not just for the looks (either she's hot or just that she has the look of the character), but also who can portray the character very well on screen.

Also, I think Mary Elizabeth Winstead should be Mary Jane Watson. Either in this movie or the next. She would be a good choice. So that's it! Leave a comment below, and let me know what you think. Please & thank you! :D

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‘Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions’ Developer Interview

Here's the full interview that The Flickcast did with 'Shattered Dimensions' game developer and founder of Beenox, Dee Brown. They met at San Diego Comic-Con this year, and here's a bit from their conversation:

The Flickcast: First question I have, what was the thought process behind the four dimensions Beenox picked?

Dee Brown: Well, what we do when we start a project, we did what we always do when we start a project, a deep dive into the brand and we dug up a lot of the comic stuff of Spider-Man, and we did this big presentation to the team and the entire company.

Everybody loves Spider-Man of course, but nobody knows all the different universes and everything, so we did this presentation and showed shots of 2099 and Noir and all the amazing universes. People, like me for example, I didn’t know about Noir and when I saw it I thought “That’s amazing, that’s so great.”

And so we started brainstorming about what we were going to do as a game, and eventually everybody thought the dimensions were so cool and we couldn’t make a choice, there’s no way, so somebody thought about this crazy thing about making a game with four different dimensions, four different art styles, four different [kinds of] gameplay.

First time somebody came to me with that as a manager I said, “Are you crazy, guy?’ Doing four games in one? But then again I’m also a big player of videogames and I thought “Yeah, that would be so cool. So let’s try it.” And we did. That’s kind of how it came all together.

If you want to know what else they ask him about the game, read the rest of the post here, along with showing the unlockable costumes you could get in this game (which I already posted on here, but you can still view that info on their post too). So that's all, and I hope you all pre-order this game now for exclusive offers. Check out the official site at Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions is coming out on September 7th, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, the Wii, and the Nintendo DS.

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P.S. Special thanks to otherside from for the scoop!

Hands-On with Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions

The people at went over to Activision, guided by Associate Producer Kevin Umbricht, to get a quick look at the Noir, 2099, and Ultimate dimensions in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" video game, coming out for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, the Nintendo DS, and the PC. Check out these cool things I found on the article, and let me know what you think at the usual place below.

Here's a bit about the Noir dimension they talked about from the article:
As we stealthily approach the first group of baddies, Umbricht explains how to perform a special attack that will silently take out a foe. Sure enough, with the press of a button Spidey uses his web to pull the enemy towards him, delivering a swift one-two punch, all without alerting the other guard on duty. To eliminate the next guard, we quickly web-zip to the top of a nearby water tower to rinse and repeat, but this time Spidey snags the thug and strings him up in a web cocoon, leaving him hanging precariously off the side of the tower. Umbricht tells us that these types of attacks are contextual, meaning that Spider-Man performs a different move depending on where he is in the environment, such as in the air or clinging to a wall.

Then after talking about the Noir dimension, they went on to their next subject of the 2099 dimension. Here's another bit I got from this article:
After catching up with Hobgoblin, the action shifts gears back to the web and fisticuffs-based combat. Shortly after landing a few blows on the Hobgoblin, the Public Eye--the city's corrupt police force--swoops in to apprehend Spidey. Thankfully, Spider-Man's arsenal of attacks prevents him from going down without a fight! Umbricht quickly points out that Spider-Man 2099's moves allow us to close the gap between distant foes. When engaging far away enemies, Spidey quickly dashes over to them and starts pounding with his razor-sharp claws and acrobatic moves, rapidly zipping between each attacker and dodging incoming strikes. We also activate a special Spidey ability that lets us slow down time to dish out some rapid-fire hits! The combat feels fluid and precise, and totally fits of our future Wallcrawler.

Last but not least, the Ultimate dimension. Here's a bit from that part as well:
After we whittle down some small-time baddies, it's time to take the fight to Carnage, face to face. Quite literally, in fact, as this boss fight--along with several others in "Shattered Dimensions"--incorporates first-person elements to bring the player up close and personal with your foe's ugly mug! In this sequence, we use the left and right analog sticks to throw punches at Carnage's face and to avoid any incoming swings. Umbricht tells us that during these moments, there will sometimes be back-and-forth dialogue between Spider-Man and the villain. Unfortunately, Carnage isn't much of a talker, but Umbricht promises some very interesting conversations between Spidey and Deadpool--another Ultimate villain in SMSD.

But that's not all of the details from each of these dimensions. Click here to view the rest of this article. Make sure to pre-order it now for exclusive offers! Also, for more information, check out

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Here's Another 'Shattered Dimensions' Video!

Here's another video from the upcoming "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" video game, coming out for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, the Nintendo DS, and the PC. This video showcases the unlockable Scarlet Spider costume that you can wear during the Amazing Spider-Man dimension. Take a look below, and make sure to leave your comment at the usual place at the bottom of this post. For more information on this game, go to, and make sure to pre-order now for exclusive offers! Special thanks to GameTrailers for the video.

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Thursday, August 12, 2010

DEBUNKED: Waltz Not Playing the Next Spider-Man Villain!

Previously I had posted a rumor that Christoph Waltz (Inglourious Basterds) was closing in on a villain role for the new upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot. Well now it has been confirmed from SuperHeroHype that Christoph Waltz will NOT be in the movie at all! Take a read below:

"SuperHeroHype has spoken directly to sources inside the production and there is definitively no truth to this rumor... a blogger's wishful thinking perhaps? Our sources say that when the role is cast, there will be a great actor involved."

There you have it! Although I wouldn't mind if Waltz was in the movie as the villain. But since this article still hasn't confirmed who the villain will be yet, just make sure to come back here, as we will update with you on the latest scoop!

P.S. Well it's kinda obvious it's the Lizard, right? Since SuperHeroHype's source didn't deny the Lizard isn't the villain, only that Christoph Waltz isn't in the role. Well it could be...but maybe we will get some news on that soon enough.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions Costume Guide

Get ready to slip into some new threads, Spider-fans!

We know you're excited about the upcoming release of the "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" video game, but we're giving you even more reasons to be hyped about the game's September 7 release by featuring the alternate costumes you'll unlock in the game!

Below you'll find the latest info about Spidey's alternate in-game costumes, as well as their origins, where you can use them, and where you can find them in the pages of your favorite Marvel comics!

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Cosmic Spider-Man costume - Noir version
Costume: Cosmic Spider-Man
Dimension: All Dimensions
Story: A mysterious energy source known as the Uni-Power travels the universe in search of those most in need of its ultimate power--something Spider-Man knows all too well, having been chosen as a "Captain Universe" in the past. With the fate of reality itself in the balance, this persona has split itself through four dimensions, bonding with the Spider-Man of each. While this division has lessened its cosmic strength, the Uni-Power still offers a much welcome power boost to each hero.
First Appearance: MICRONAUTS #8 (1979)
*Please note that the Cosmic Spider-Man costumes are GameStop pre-order exclusives.*

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Scarlet Spider costume
Costume: Scarlet Spider
Dimension: Amazing
Story: For a time, there were two Amazing Spider-Men. The second, a clone of Peter Parker who named himself Ben Reilly (taking the first name of "his" uncle and the surname of Aunt May), assumed the guise of the Scarlet Spider, fighting alongside his "brother" until Peter decided to take a break from super heroics. Soon after, Ben assumed the role of Spider-Man himself, until his death at the hands of the Green Goblin.
First Appearance: WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #118 (1994)

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Negative Zone costume
Costume: Negative Zone Suit
Dimension: Noir
Story: When the Amazing Spider-Man attempted to free some innocent bystanders from a vortex leading to the Negative Zone, a hero named S.H.O.C. lent his Darkforce to Peter to help, altering his costume. And as far as Spider-Man Noir is concerned, its dark colors make for an excellent suit in which to sneak around.
First Apperance: SPIDER-MAN #90 (1998)

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Mangaverse costume
Costume: Mangaverse Spider-Man
Dimension: Ultimate
Story: In the Mangaverse dimension, a young Peter Parker boasts an expected assortment of spider powers, serving as a ninja in the Spider-Clan. After his sensei, Uncle Ben, was murdered by the evil Ronin Venom, Peter set out on a quest for vengeance. Though his dimension holds no Tablet pieces, it is every bit as threatened as all of the others, and he stands eager to assist should Ultimate Spider-Man need a breather.
First Appearance: SPIDER-MAN: LEGEND OF THE SPIDER-CLAN #1 (2002)

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Iron Spider costume
Costume: Iron Spider
Dimension: 2099
Story: Tony Stark created this technologically advanced costume for Peter Parker shortly before the Heroic Age's Civil War, but Peter parted with it after changing sides in the conflict. Somewhere along the way, Miguel O'Hara came across an Iron Spider costume of his own, possibly a relic once worn by a team known as the Scarlet Spiders that was trained by Taskmaster as part of the post-Civil War Initiative.
First Apperance: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #529 (2006)

''Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions'' Spider-Armor costume
Costume: Spider-Armor
Dimension: 2099
Story: Peter Parker wore the Spider-Armor only once during his long stint as the Amazing Spider-Man, but its design has stood the test of time and has only grown more popular over the years. The pseudo-metallic compound Peter created to defend himself against the high-caliber firearms of the New Enforcers is cheap and commonly available in 2099, making authentic reproductions of Spider-Armor a Halloween staple. Miguel O'Hara dug this one out of his closet.
First Apperance: WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #100 (1993)

While you'll unlock most of these alternate outfits by playing the game, you can get your hands on some of these suits sooner by pre-ordering "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" from different retailers such as Amazon, Kmart and Walmart! But remember, the Cosmic costumes are only available when you pre-order at GameStop.

Be sure to check out the gallery below for even more images of these awesome new costumes, and stay tuned to for the latest on "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" and all your favorite Marvel games!


P.S. I know that a lot of you are going to notice that this seems a bit copy & paste. Well sorta, the words from the original article were copied and pasted on here (I hope I don't get in trouble for doing that, lol). Everything else like the images and the formatting was done by me. I hope I don't get into big trouble for copying and pasting the same thing from the original article, but right now I don't really have the time to make up my own words for each costume. I would if I had time, but at this moment I don't. So I hope you all enjoy this little bit of info. It gets me excited to play this, and I already pre-ordered this game from GameStop. So yay! But anyways, leave your response in the usual place below. Please & thank you! :)

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Saturday, August 7, 2010

RUMOR: Is Christoph Waltz The New 'Spider-Man' Villain?

The Playlist has posted on their blog that actor Christoph Waltz (from 'Inglourious Basterds') is being considered to be the next villain in the 2012 "Spider-Man" reboot. Now this hasn't been fully confirmed by Sony, if they're actually interested in having Waltz as their new Spidey villain, so this remains as a rumor for now. But it's kind of interesting, since this guy earned an Oscar Academy Award in a Supporting Role in Inglourious Basterds. That's amazing, and I haven't seen that movie yet. Maybe I should? Just incase this guy does get chosen to play the new villain in the Marc Webb-directed "Spider-Man" reboot? But who will he play as? Well a lot of articles are rumoring around that he might be getting the role as Dr. Curt Connors, or as we all know him as The Lizard from the comics.

Wouldn't that be cool to finally see the Lizard on the big screen for the first time? Well my feelings of that isn't so neutral. I do want this actor to be in this movie, but the thing is I don't want the Lizard to be in this movie. Why? Well I feel since this is the first of the reboot series, I want the Lizard to maybe appear in a sequel, just so this movie can take time to develop Dr. Curt Connors as a good human being at first. I feel like they will rush his mutation into the Lizard, and we wouldn't relate or feel for the character afterwards. Do you see what I mean? Well I don't know, it's just my opinion. And if they do his character right in this movie, and then maybe I will think otherwise. But for now I am not so keen on the idea of the Lizard being the first supervillain in this new Spidey series.

So that's all I want to bring up. Interesting news? Well leave a comment below and let me know what you all think about this. Should Waltz get a role as the new villain for this movie? Well debate on, good Spidey fans!

~ Gobbie's Out! ~

New Blog Layout! Thanks Caleb!

I just want to point out for those who haven't checked out the site recently, I updated this blog with a new layout. Special thanks to calebyourmaster from the official Spider-Man Movie Network for helping me out with the background design that advertises for the new upcoming game "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions".

Usually on some websites they would never post a message about the new design on the site, or who it's by, or showing any news regarding these type of things. I just felt the need to do this, since Caleb spent a lot of time into this background image, and I want to thank him in the biggest way possible with much gratitude. And that's by posting a blog post about his help for this site. So thank you so much, Caleb. You did a fantastic job, and I know it was stressful, but at the end you did such a really great job on this. Thanks for taking your time with this, and I hope you appreciate this message to you.

That image on the side is one of the first concepts that Caleb started off with. Please do not use it as your own, without permission from Caleb himself.

So that's about it. This game is coming out on September 7th, on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and the Nintendo DS. Pre-order now, and you will get exclusive offers on the game from Wal-Mart,, K-Mart, Best Buy, and GameStop! Click here for more information. Make sure to visit for more information on the upcoming game!

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More "Ultimate Spider-Man" TV Show News!

Paul Dini, famous for his work on the Batman: The Animated Series (1992) and Game of the Year's Batman: Arkham Asylum, explained to MTV's Splash Page some of the team's plan for the series and how it will differ from recent and existing Spider-Man cartoons. He also dropped some hints about what the upcoming "redefinition" of Peter Parker will entail.

MTV NEWS: First off, I have to ask about the roles you and the rest of the "Ultimate Spider-Man" creative team will play in the series. This is an all-star team, after all...

PAUL DINI: We're really all just going to go off each other's energy. Brian's work is a great part of the inspiration for the series, and the Man Of Action writers are going to handle the bulk of the episode scripting. Everything is going to be produced under the watchful eye of Jeph Loeb. We had an early meeting last week with myself, Jeph, and a few of the directors and designers, and I think everybody's on the same page with what we want the show to look like and the feel of the show.

MTV: Given the title of teh series, everyone expects it to be an animated version of Brian's comic book series. Will it be an adaptation, or will it keep certain elements and go off in its own direction?

DINI: It's 50/50. There are elements that are going to come directly from the comics, and there are elements that are just going to take it into an entirely new and different direction — and yet, they're going to harken back to that particular iteration of Spider-Man.

MTV: How will it differ from recent and existing series, like "Spectacular Spider-Man"? Is there something that's going to distinguish the "Ultimate" adventures of Spidey from the "Spectacular" stories?

DINI: We're going to be pairing him up with new and different Marvel characters. There's going to be a lot of guest-star action, and there's going to be a redefinition of Peter Parker within the Spider-Man world. We're going to change a few things — nothing too dramatically, but you look at the Spider-Man concept from the early '60s and you take a look at where teens are now, and you realize you can't really go back and redo what was done so well in the comics. You have to ask, "What if this was all happening today? How do you redefine 'With great power comes great responsibility?' How do you redefine the villains of that world and the supporting characters?"

You also don't want to repeat the same old tropes. As much as I love elements of Spider-Man's past, I don't really want to go back in and retell the Gwen Stacy and Green Goblin story in animation just so I can do my take on it. I don't want to redo the first Spider Slayer story. I don't want to redo some of those classic Lee/Romita and Lee/Ditka stories just for the sake of seeing them rendered in animation. For now, I just want to approach Spider-Man with fresh eyes, taking a few things we know about him and just doing a new spin on the concept. I think old-time fans will find what we've done with the character to be pretty good and thoughtful, because we're not out to junk-up Spider-Man. That's not our intent.

MTV: You've said what you don't want to do, but what's the general approach toward "redefining" Peter Parker in "Ultimate Spider-Man?"

DINI: It's sort of like what Brian did with the whole 'Ultimate Spider-Man' idea. He just looked at it from a new perspective. There were things that made the fans sort of sit up and say, 'Hey, I never thought of that before, but it really does work with Spider-Man's universe.' That's the same thing we're doing here.

We're also taking a much different approach visually with the way we show how Spider-Man moves and works and acts within this new world. It's going to be a complete change as far as the visualization of what it's like to be Spider-Man.

MTV: So much of your career has focused on Batman and the DC heroes. What's the appeal of Spider-Man for you?

DINI: I love Spider-Man, and I've never worked with the character before. It's fun to try something new. There's a different energy to Spider-Man than there is to Batman. Batman is dark and moody and spooky, and in some cases, methodical. There's more of an element of a procedural around Batman, and there's all sorts of great things you can do within his world. In animation, when we first rendered Batman's world at Warner Bros., we were able to make it very dark and noir-ish and grim, which all takes its cues from Batman's character.

Spider-Man's world is more chaotic, more kinetic — it's almost like stream of consciousness. You have to really put yourself in that mindset to tackle Spider-Man effectively. If you're redefining the character that way, you want to redefine his world along those lines as well, and move things along and make it a lot faster. He's a character who makes mistakes and has to go back and set things right and then continue on. He's somebody who's constantly thinking on his feet and trying to figure this out, because he hasn't been doing it as long as Batman — it's all new to him. It really is "great responsibility." As cool as it is to be Spider-Man at times, there's also a price to pay for that — and he has to learn to balance things out.

MTV: As far as timing and stories go, how many episodes are you planning for the first season?

DINI: There's 26 episodes in front of us, and we're breaking it into two increments.

Source: Splash Page

In other news regarding the upcoming "Ultimate Spider-Man" TV series, here's an announcement from Marvel Entertainment of the team behind this show.

In a coup for Marvel Entertainment, Jeph Loeb, Head of Marvel TV, revealed the all-star, award-winning creative team for the upcoming Ultimate Spider-Man animated series, premiering on Disney XD. This team includes the most sought-after and acclaimed writers in the comic and television industries, including Eisner & Emmy award-winning scribe Paul Dini (Batman: The Animated Series, Lost); Eisner award-winning writer Brian Michael Bendis (visionary behind Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man comic series); and the red-hot creative powerhouse Man of Action Studios (creators of hit series Ben 10 and Generator Rex), comprised of lauded creators Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, Duncan Rouleau and Steven T. Seagle .

Steering Ultimate Spider-Man as the Creative Consultant, Dini will also write the series pilot; as Supervising Producers, Man of Action Studios will direct the writing staff, generate scripts and story edit; and Bendis, the man who reinvented Spider-Man for a new generation, will oversee the series as Consulting Producer.

"When we first sat down to discuss 'Ultimate Spider-Man,' we put together a wish list of the most exciting talent working in animation who would bring the best voice and creative direction to the show - and I'm proud to say we got them all," said Jeph Loeb. "We want 'Ultimate Spider-Man' to be a showcase for Marvel Animation and Spider-Man is the perfect character to give fans just what they want."

Working in the Marvel Universe for the first time, Dini explained, "As a lifelong fan of the Marvel Universe, I'm excited to tackle these characters in such a bold new series. 'Ultimate Spider-Man' will bring fans a new take on their favorite friendly neighborhood hero- and some surprise cast members-- while staying true to what's always made Spidey so popular. We've got a superb creative team assembled with amazing stories to tell and I can't wait for fans to see what we've cooked up."

Bendis echoed those sentiments, exclaiming, "It's 'Ultimate Spider-Man,' the animated series-and it happened in my lifetime! That's just so cool. I couldn't be more excited to be a part of this and here's to Jeph Loeb for putting it all together!"

Equally thrilled to join "Ultimate Spider-Man," the Man of Action team explained, "We're looking forward to having a lot of fun working on Spider-Man. They've brought us in to help provide a unique vision for the show while remaining absolutely true to the character, so that's exactly what we'll be doing. Should be a great ride!"

Cort Lane, Vice-President of Animation Production & Development added, "From 'The Super Hero Squad Show' to the upcoming 'Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes,' Marvel Animation is focused on making the best super hero shows for fans of all ages. Now, with this tremendous talent signed for Ultimate Spider-Man, we're about to give fans super-powered animation like they've never seen before."

Special thanks to SuperHeroHype for the scoop!

While I am still a little uncertain about this show, it could be a good thing at the same time, especially since Paul Dini is onboard. But I think "The Spectacular Spider-Man" should at least do another season, and try to get the ratings up that way. But let's just see what this new show is going to bring to us. I honestly don't like the whole idea of Spidey working alongside with other Marvel superheroes, like some kind of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold"-ish (although it isn't that bad of a show, but it's certainly not the definitive Batman TV series ever). I think a lot of you would agree with me on this, but you don't have to. I'm just debating, and my point of views don't have to be everyone's general idea and feeling about this new 'Spidey' TV series. But I believe that most of you would understand my opinion on this. I just don't know yet. Well we won't know until another year. So watch out for this show in fall 2011.

Well that's all for now. Make sure to stay tune for more news & updates from here!

~ Gobbie's Out! ~

Thursday, August 5, 2010

More "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions" Videos!

More videos coming your way of the upcoming "Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions", coming out this September 7th on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, and the Nintendo DS. These first-two videos feature our favorite comic book legend Stan "The Man" Lee talking about the game, and showing a quick glimpse of him voicing for the narration in the game. The last video features the Vulture boss in the Spider-Man Noir part of the game. This version of the Vulture is a lot more different than what we know from the original "Amazing" series. Although I did wanted Vulture to be in this video game, but not in the Noir universe. If you all know Spider-Man 2099 as much as I do, you would agree that you would rather have Vulture in that universe instead of Noir. Heck, this Vulture looks more like a Morbius character than anything close to Vulture. Maybe they should've gone with that, and just added Vulture to the 2099 universe? Maybe not a lot of you know what I'm saying, but to tell you breifly Vulture 2099 is vicious, crazy, and cannibalistic with a helmet, metal wings on back, and claws that strike out of metal gauntlets. Maybe I didn't described him very well, but I hope you all get the picture. It would've been nice to see him in this game, because to me Vulture in the 2099 universe IS his arch enemy. Anyways, enough of my rambling, so go on and enjoy these videos!

Exclusive Moment With Stan Lee

SDCC '10: Stan Lee Interview

Vulture Vignette

Make sure to pre-order this game now either with your local GameStop or on their official website, or online at You can also pre-order this game at Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and K-Mart as well. Hurry up! If you pre-order now you'll get one of the coolest exclusive offers on the game with each retailer.

Visit for more information on the game!

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Sunday, August 1, 2010

"Spider-Man" Start Date has learned that the Marc Webb-directed Untitled Spider-Man Project will start shooting in December in Los Angeles. We've received no word yet whether Sony's Columbia Pictures will also film in New York. Andrew Garfield stars in the July 3, 2012 release, produced by Laura Ziskin and Avi Arad.

Source: SuperHeroHype

This is great news. I think in the coming months we will get more scoops on the upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot. I hope the whole cast is announced soon.

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