Guardians of the Galaxy is proving a success, there is a great game, a bunch of comics, and now we have GrootBoard, your one click “I am Groot” alternative keyboard.
Celebrating the theatrical release, you can grab Guardians of the Galaxy: The Universal Weapon for $2, and a bunch of Guardian comics for half price, this weekend only.
The new Marvel Comics giveaway is set to offer 700 comics to users, all for free. You just need to sign up and wait for further instructions.
We all have our favorite member of the elite Marvel superhero team the Avengers. If you like your superhero green and mean, you will not want to miss the latest Marvel-based Android game that’s now available to download from Google Play, the Avengers Initiative.
Get ready, because Marvel’s Avengers are coming to your Android device, in card form anyway. Trading Card Game (TCG) Marvel War of Heroes is available for download in the Google Play Store as of Thursday.
We don’t know a lot yet about this one yet, but a teaser for Marvel’s “New Mobile Gaming Initiative” certainly seems to show a game that has a great deal of potential, though we are unsure which mobile platforms this game will even arrive on. The storyline is centered around a mysterious pulse from space that has disable the SHIELD’s prison complex security. As a result, the breakdown in security has lead to the escape of many comic book villains like Wendigo, Zzzax, and others.
It was only a matter of time until someone figured out that The Avengers’ booming cinematic success could be replicated – on a smaller scale, it’s true – on Android. Fortunately, this has already happened, and “Marvel: War of Heroes” will be released in the fall, letting Android users summon Iron Man, The Hulk and all the others at their will. “War of Heroes” will be an action-packed little mobile game, as one would expect, but, surprisingly enough, it won’t be a first-person shooter, an action-adventure title, or an RPG (role-playing game). Instead, Marvel and DeNA have thought this to…
Marvel comic books are scheduled to make their complete appearance on mobile devices in June 2012, when Marvel will start offering those who purchase any super hero comic book (priced at $3.99) an exact digital-copy of the same book, available on both Android and iOS devices. Slightly late to the tablet show, Marvel has plans for a major impact (they call it the Marvel ReEvolution), with Marvel execs recently announcing that they will soon release an augmented reality app called Marvel AR. The (highly interesting) app was announced a couple of days back, at South by Southwest Interactive, the same…