Heyoooo! In this week’s episode of In the Car After Raffy and Denise go #AllIn with Justice League!
But first, they do a little catch-up with all the awesome stuff they got into this crazy long weekend Geekend! You’ll hear all about Denise’s Great Taipei Ticket Odyssey and all the last-minute shenanigans she went through for her trip; Raffy’s first Komikon experience selling art; and the Mythical Prince Adam Satyr riding a Centaur Drake.
Also, find out what our hosts think about Justice League and “how you can’t go wrong with a topless Jason Momoa”; How the Wonder Woman and the Amazons just kick wholesale ass; and The 4 Atlanteans you meet in Atlantis.
The ride ain’t over yet, my man. Here’s comes In the Car After!
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Ever heard of the saying “Everyone you meet is fighting their own battle”? Well, this card game “Hugot” took that saying and flipped it into a fun, no-holds barred card game that everyone from all walks of life can enjoy and relate to.
Hugot, a Filipino term, meaning to draw from is best known in the Philippines as a means of letting out one’s own feelings or opinions for all sorts of stuff that elicits any type of feeling. Usually, this term is prevalent when one talks about a past flame or even a current flame.
ESGS 2017 was an amazing spectacle of all things gaming. There were massive booths, crazy cosplays and impressive games in every which way you went on the show floor. This year, Geekend Gladiators took the time to appreciate the awesome standouts at the show and award them for all their tremendous work and dedication.
It’s time once again for the most wonderful time of the year! At least for gamers in the Philippines that is. ESGS is happening right now at SM Mall of Asia and here are 7 reasons why you shouldn’t miss it!
Everything is Bigger and Better
This year, ESGS is much bigger and better than ever before. The Con occupies the whole Ground Floor of the Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center and the exhibitors are clearly happy to make use of the bigger and wider spaces. All sorts of gargantuan booths have popped up all over SMX! From the awesome Playstation Area, the Ancient Egyptian-themed Ubisoft booth, Synergy 88’s cylindrical game station featuring an actual DJ pumping music, and the huge Brawlfest Area everything is much more of an awesome spectacle than ever before.
It’s no secret that superhero movies have gone a long way from inception, from the first Superman movie to the oft ridiculed 90’s Batman, up until the present. Along with this evolution comes the quality of the movies from campy depictions to the more grounded, realistic types, even reflecting the current views and political situations of present society.
With this evolution, story-telling has evolved and even includes complex scenes and sets. Superhero movies have likewise upped the ante when it comes to the opening scenes, after all these opening scenes setup the ensuing proceedings in the movie. While there are tons of lists there listing the best superhero movies, we here at geekendgladiators have decided to list down the best opening scenes in superhero movies, since we know that not all good opening scenes necessarily mean that the movies a hit.
Without further ado, here’s our 5 best opening scenes from superhero movies.
Game of Thrones Season 7 just recently ended and with the next season slated for release in 2019, fans are left to cook up some theories and are left to imagine how the final season will turn out.
Recently, though, a Redditor by the username “razobak09” posted an interesting theory regarding the deaths of major GoT characters and how the show telegraphs just how these characters would meet their maker.
At one point or another, we’ve all dreamed of becoming a superhero. While having superpowers is out of the question, we could all still become a superhero through videogames. And with the success of the Arkham franchise, the Injustice games, and even the Tell Tale superhero games, there’s little to no doubt that the next medium for the comic book/superhero genre to dominate is the videogame realm. The sad part about this, though, is that there are few successful comic book video games in the market, despite the existence of the aforementioned properties and the expected success of the Spider-man game. On that note, we here at geekendgladiators.com have come up with our own list of superheroes who deserve their own video game titles, and also a possible game play for their respective video games.
Everyone wants to be a healthier version of themselves, we’ve all been there. But as we all eventually find out, staying fit and living healthy isn’t exactly a cake walk. We’ve tried the fad diets, the trendy workout routines and even enrolled in gyms every so often but sometimes we feel like were just not getting the results we want. If you want to break out of this cycle, national rugby player, fitness guru and R U Tough Enough? Co-ambassador, Arnold Aninion shares the secret. Continue reading “The Transforminator: Arnold Aninion On Training, Toughness and Transformation”→
We’ve been a week removed from Marvel’s latest Summer Event, Secret Empire. While the event drew both raves and criticisms for making a beloved hero, Captain America/Steve Rogers, into the Supreme Leader of Hydra, one cannot deny the fact that the event was a just a joy to read, ultimately making it one of the more memorable events in Marvel Comics since Civil War.