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Batman – Logo Mutation Video

Batman – Logo Mutation Video

Saw this great collection of Batman Logo's from over the years and just had to share it with you! Set to the Batman Forever music from U2 it mutates the various logos from one era to the next. The logos include :- Batman with Robin - Detective Comics 1941  Batman Cover image - DC Comics 1965 Batman ...

Knight Rider – KITT

Knight Rider – KITT

One icon of the 1980’s was a black Trans-Am with a red light sliding back and forth across the front of the car. This wasn’t just a car; it even had a personality, and a name. His name was KITT, standing for Knight Industries Two Thousand. This car had everything that an imagination could think of in the 1980s. The ...

Atari Games and Consoles

Atari Games and Consoles

In the 21st century, video games are more real and downright incredible than we ever imagined. Game consoles such as the Sony Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 bring our favourite sports heroes and other characters right into our home with graphics and game play unimaginable to date. This is great for the current generation ...

Marvel Comics – Top 10 Super Heroes

Marvel Comics – Top 10 Super Heroes

1. Spider-Man – Any teenager could connect to Spider-Man. Peter Parker is a little awkward, geeky, and crunched for deadlines at the Daily Bugle. Without the help of other heroes, Parker has to learn that "with great power comes great responsibility." Spider-Man has agility, a spider sense where he can detect ...

The Who: The Who’s Who

The Who: The Who’s Who

What is a band without a drummer? Keith Moon was an awesome percussionist who really helped give The Who a great beat and style. He took the simple, standard rhythms used by the drummers of other groups and added a whole lot of extra hits and rolls to give his playing a running sound. He was a big fan of his bass ...

Superman – Who’s the guy behind the glasses?

Superman – Who’s the guy behind the glasses?

As one of the original comic book heroes which opened up a market for the likes of Spiderman and Batman, Superman is deserving of its status as ‘legendary’. The comic books span the ages of American modern cultural history, starting back when it was first created in the 1930s by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe ...

The Dukes of Hazzard – The General Lee

The Dukes of Hazzard – The General Lee

The General Lee….thinking of that car brings back so many memories. When I was a child, I had a remote controlled General Lee. Unfortunately it could only go in forward or reverse, there was no steering. If any of you don’t know, the General Lee was the bright orange Dodge Charger driven by the Duke boys in The Dukes ...

Nintendo – Sonic the Hedgehog

Nintendo – Sonic the Hedgehog

Characters.  Characters are what make movies, television shows, sports and video games relevant and interesting.  Much of the talk and literature on the best movies of all time centres on both the plot and the characters in the plot.  The same applies to video games; while there have been many excellent things such as ...

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The Turtles

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The Turtles

The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are a tight knit family. With Splinter as their sensei/father, the turtles only have a few friends, most notably April O’Neil and Casey Jones. Although they may argue, the turtles are all brothers to each other and care about each others well being.   TMNT - Leonardo ...

The Rolling Stones: The Core

The Rolling Stones: The Core

The band members of The Rolling Stones have together made a reputation of being rambunctious adult-kids, living the life we all want: never growing up. Let’s take a look at their current members, and how they got to where they are today. Mick Jagger has been with the band since its beginnings. He was born into a ...