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Marvel Studios is starting to delve into multiple forms of media for Phase Four. It’s not about feature films anymore. So not only are we getting fice feature films but we’re getting five television series as well. One of those shows will revolve around the God of Mischief, Loki.

Unfortunately for Loki fans, the character you knew and loved in Avengers: Infinity War is dead. Fortunately, Tom Hiddleston will be back to play the Avengers: Endgame version of the character.

Loki - Tom Hiddleston

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Kevin Feige told the crowd in Hall H that the series would follow Loki on his adventures to multiple worlds. So if you look at the logo, that will give you a clue to some of the storylines in the series—which is why the logo looks the way it does.

Yet the biggest question is: Why does Loki’s journey to other worlds relevant to the overall Phase Four story arc?

“You guys saw Avengers, right? He’s still that guy. And just about the last thing that happened to him was that he got Hulk-smashed, so there’s a lot of psychological evolution that hasn’t happened yet,” said Hiddleston. “But Kevin has generously showed me what his plans are—I can’t tell you any of them—but it is one of the most exciting creative opportunities I think I’ve ever come across.”

At the same time, the series is shaping up to be a comedy as well. For one thing, to announce which Loki we’re getting, we got to see Loki’s escape scene from Endgame. The difference is that the scene is much more comedic than the Endgame version. However, this could all be a red herring. The fact of the matter is we don’t know what to expect from the series.

So what do you think?

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Loki will premiere on the Disney+ streaming service in the Spring of 2021.

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SpongeBob SquarePants

A few days ago NBA player Kyrie Irving gave us a brief look at his upcoming collaboration with SpongeBob SquarePants. It’s an anticipated collaboration as the Kyrie 5s and Kyrie 2 Lows will be dressed in vibrant colors and designs to depict some of the cartoons memorable and quirky characters. And now Nike has given us an up-close look of the shoes included in the collection.

With a huge fanbase that SpongeBob Squarepants has, Nike and Kyrie Irving wanted to make sure they represent the show in a proper way, adding as much detail as they can within the shoes. When you take a closer look at the Kyrie 5’s SpongeBob’s, you’ll first notice the yellow colorway that’s accented by white, tan, and red colors. Which all symbolize SpongeBob’s outfit. The design is then taken a step further with the squiggly Nike swoosh to represent SpongeBob’s often fluid nature, and a porous material surrounding the “Nike” logo that of course pays homage to the titular characters sponge body.

These small intricate details are carried onto the Patrick and Squidward shoes, as they both use the Kyrie 5 silhouette. Patrick is showcased in a two-tone pink that is paired with neon green, while Squidward gets a seafoam green with touches of tan and purple. Each shoe will then bring in the face of its respectable character printed on the insole. Both SpongeBob and Patrick give off a happy and inviting expression, while Squidward gives you his signature callous look of disappointment. 

Finishing off the collection will be Sandy Cheeks and Mr. Krab, which both use the Kyrie 2 Lows. To give Sandy the look and feel of her spacesuit, you get a white colorway with blue and red pinstriping. But what really stands out for her on the shoe will be the flower and acorn patch, which she always wore on her spacesuit. Mr. Krab comes in his signature red with blue on the sole and touches of green that showcase the characters love of money. Mr. Krabs shoe is then all brought together with a depiction of his business rival “Sheldon J. Plankton” smushed against the side. And just like their counterparts, both Sandy and Mr. Krab will have character images printed on the insole. 

All five shoes in the SpongeBob collection will be available on August 10th.

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RoxxxTv Faygo Challenge

Presented by RoxxxTv. Nominated by Wil E Haze & Faygo Gang. We're officially passing the challenge onto Psychopathic Records own Flint-Town misfits; Lyte & Str8Jaket! Filmed by Stoner Vizion Filmz.Visit www.sikmadepro.com for more info.

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The highly anticipated Loc Saint album “Angelix” is officially out now!  This harmony based album is yet another first from Loc Saint music. The album features such hits as “Lifecoaster”, “Army of Angels” and “Talk To Me”.

  1. Angelix (Intro)
  2. Army Of Angels
  3. Enemy
  4. Armageddon
  5. Don’t Let Me Down
  6. Turn Off, Tune Out, Drop Out
  7. Talk To Me
  8. Loc’d Out Harmony
  9. Tragic Memories
  10. Back from the Dead
  11. Fallen
  12. Lifecoaster
  13. Angelic Messages (skit)
  14. Change the World
  15. Blessing (Outro

Listen to the album via Spotify below:





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28 days…6 hours…42 minutes…12 seconds.
That…is when THEIR world…will end.

You can NOW pre-order Damien Quinn‘s NEW album “Disorder” from “The Official” Cult Gear Webstore and The GoreHop Shop

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(Taken from Damien Quinn’s “Disorder” album)

Written and Performed by: Damien Quinn
Produced by: Beatfella
Engineered by: Damien Quinn
Mixed by: Damien Quinn and Syniister of Urban Myth Records
Mastered by: Syniister of Urban Myth Records
Video Edited by: Damien Quinn
Graphic Design by: Tina Bingham





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For those of you who missed out on the Dark Matter Mystery Box at MobstyleMusic.com, there was a fresh new green and black Underground Avengers jersey, a UGA sticker, and the all new Dark Matter album with a special cover!

Those boxes ran $100.00, but if you just want to hear the music, you can now get the Dark Matter album for only $10.00!

First, check the track list below:

  1. Dragonfly 44
  2. Black Summer
  3. Tribulation (ft. Ipcus Pinecone)
  4. One More Night (ft. Tyler Lyon)
  5. Dark Matter
  6. Chimera
  7. Hecatomb
  8. Protocol
  9. Invasion (ft. Young Wicked & The Jokerr)
  10. God Particle (ft. Alla Xul Elu, The Jokerr, Q Strange, Lex The Hex Master, Gorilla Voltage, Underrated, Trizz, Donnie Menace, Xtra Overdoze)
  11. CODA

Grab that here: https://mobstylemusic.com/shop/product/underground-avengers-dark-matter-cd-first-150-copies-come-with-limited-hype-sticker/

While you’re at the Mobstyle shop, if you have more than $20.00 in your cart, you can win a FREE copy of UGA’s Anomaly 88!   How do you get it?  Peep this tweet from Bukshot below:

 

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Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame and Avatar were playing a game of who can become the #1 movie of all-time at the worldwide box office. Avatar has been at the top spot for almost a decade, with Marvel Studios and Disney releasing a slightly new version of Avengers: Endgame plus a free poster (while supplies last) to entice fans to return to the theaters. With the San Diego Comic-Con weekend over, the Marvel Studios film has finally surpassed the Fox film as the #1 movie of all time at the box office. The weekend also saw the debut of The Lion King, a photorealistic remake of the classic animated film, and it made $185 million domestically. Not bad for Walt Disney Studios.

Avengers: Endgame has grossed a total of $2.79 billion, beating out Avatar’s  $2.789 billion. That’s not bad considering that Avatar had rereleases. Then again, Marvel Studios had to bring in all of its heroes like Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and more to take down a bunch of the Na’vi.

It’s a great time for Disney since The Lion King debuted at $185 million domestically. It beat the previous July record-holder belonging to  Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, which made $169.1 million.

The news comes at a great time, especially since Marvel Studios made a huge impact in Hall H during San Diego Comic-Con. The cast was revealed for The Eternals, Shangi-Chi found its lead with Simu Liu and the main villain with Tony Leung as The Mandarin, and many more. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige is definitely a very happy man right now.

Source: Box Office Mojo

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Elizabeth Tulloch Returning as Lois Lane for Crisis on Infinite Earths

The CW shared a handful of new details about its highly-anticipated Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover at Comic-Con. Among other announcements, it was confirmed that Tyler Hoechlin would be back as the Arrowverse’s Clark Kent/Superman, so fans were curious if his best girl would be coming along for the ride. Now, Entertainment Weekly brings word that Elizabeth Tulloch will indeed be reprising her role as Lois Lane later this year.

Tulloch made her Arrowverse debut last winter just in time for Elseworlds. In that event’s final episode, Lois revealed that she was pregnant and that she and Clark would be heading to Argo City to have their baby. EW notes that their child will also make an appearance during the five-part crossover. It’s anyone’s guess at this point whether Lois and Clark are having a boy or a girl. However, the newest Superboy, Jonathan Kent, is Clark and Lois’ son in the comics.

RELATED: Brandon Routh & Tyler Hoechlin Will Play Superman in Crisis

Hoechlin won’t be the only Man of Steel who shows up for the upcoming Crisis. Brandon Routh, who normally plays the Atom in the Arrowverse, will also portray an alternate version of Clark Kent. Routh revealed that he’ll be sporting an outfit inspired by Superman’s Kingdom Come costume. But if his universe is a direct adaptation of its comic book source material, that may mean that his Lois Lane is long dead. So don’t expect Routh’s Superman Returns co-star Kate Bosworth to get another shot at bringing the intrepid reporter to life.

Are you happy to hear that Elizabeth Tulloch is returning as Lois Lane for Crisis on Infinite Earths? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading – Superman Vol. 1: The Unity Saga: Phantom Earth

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When it comes to building or upgrading your PC, the first thing we think about is what kind of motherboard, processor, or graphics card we want. But one thing that gets overlooked is the case. There’s a variety of cases that will fit your PC requirements, but regardless of what you choose, you want one that will keep up with your rig, and most importantly, allow you to expand your components later down the road. 

German brand Be Quiet! produces high-quality premium cases for PCs. They do this because they know that a well-built PC starts with a well-built case. But their goal is not only to provide you with a case that stands up structurally but also produces a low amount of noise. For the last few weeks, we’ve been using their Dark Base Pro 900 rev. 2 case, which is their premium case in their line of products. But will this case be able to live up to its namesake?

The Dark Base Pro 900 rev.2 is a full tower case that measures around 22in x 9in x 23in and weighs close to 15-pounds, and that’s before any of your components are installed. The case is constructed from thick aluminum panels and frames which will give it strength and durability, which you can really feel when you’re holding or carrying it. This means that any accidental kicks, bumps, or hits won’t really dent or compromise the case and everything that’s inside. 

The case is painted in all black that is highlighted with orange trim, taking the case from a boring look and feel, and gives it a bit of showmanship. Now the one notable part that makes the Pro 900 rev.2 really shine is its tempered glass panel. This makes the case truly stand out while at the same time allowing you to see everything that’s inside. When paired with the included LED strips, you now have a PC rig that will be the centerpiece in either your home or office. 

Unlike most cases, the Pro 900 rev.2 is completely modular, meaning that it can adapt to better fit your requirements. The motherboard tray is relocatable and will let you adjust it to three different heights or install it alongside the left panel. When switching from my previous case to the Pro 900 rev.2, I opted to switch the motherboard to the left side, as this fits my current desk setup. But making this switch was not an easy task for me. 

If you’re not familiar with how cases are built and constructed, then taking advantage of this modularity can be a real challenge for some people. Fortunately, Be Quiet! does include instructions to make it easy for you. But in my experience taking on this challenge, I found that the included booklet with the instructions didn’t lay out the task in a very clear manner. Thankfully, the Be Quiet! YouTube page has a video to walk you along with the deconstruction and construction of the case.

As easy as it might sound, switching the motherboard tray to the left side will require that you break down the case to its basic frame because you’ll have to invert everything alongside the motherboard. It took me a couple of hours to do, as this was my first time, but in the end, I was happy with the result. And if I were to make the switch back to the right side, I’m confident enough that it won’t take me as long as the first time. 

Out of the box, the case will include 3 pre-installed “Silent Wings 3” 140mm PWM fans. These fans feature a smooth running six-pole motor, durable fluid-dynamic bearing, and a blade-design to maximize airflow. All these features combined allow the fans to operate with a reduced audible level.

Due to its size, this case will be able to fit E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX, M-ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards. It can operate up to eight PWM fans that will let you create two different cooling zones. You can also switch your fans to either run in a silent or performance mode. It has an ATX PS/2 PSU form factor, as well as front I/O ports that include USB 3.1 Type C gen 2, USB 3.0, HD Audio I/O, and a Qi charging panel. The case can also support up to 5 HDDs, 10 SSDs, and 2 optical drives. 

Final Reaction

It’s not an everyday occurrence that we build or upgrade our PC units. But if or when you do, really considering a solid case can make a huge difference. Without a shell, your PC would be nothing, it’s literally the foundation of your computer. The Dark Base Pro 900 rev.2 case from Be Quiet! is a solid foundation that can get you going in the right direction. It’s solidly built to give you strength, protection, and durability. Its modular function allows it to fit your setup needs and the three pre-installed fans, which can be expanded to eight, maximizes airflow to keep your computer running at its optimal performance. Assembling the cases to have a motherboard that sits on the left can be an overwhelming task, but once you get through it and everything rebuilt, you’ll be left with a case that’s ready to fit all your components.

Score 4.5/5 Atoms

 

 

 

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Almost every audio manufacturer has released a pair of true wireless products in the last few years. These are all different in style, but the same in functionality. Optoma NuForce has recently launched the latest addition to its BE Free line with the idea to be different than the rest. But can the BE Free6 stand out in the sea of true wireless earbuds?

When looking closely at the design of the BE Free6, you will realize that the earbuds borrow its shape and design to contour to your ear. Its fluid and rounded edges make placing it inside your ear seamless and easy and provide a suitable tight fit. The pair have a decent thickness to it, so that once inside your ear they would stick out just a bit, which gives you easier access to the onboard controls.

The earbuds are light and small which gives it a great comfortable feeling when wearing them. Each earbud has a singular button that can control multiple functions, with each having its own LED light to notify if the earbuds are on, connected, and running low on battery. The BE Free6 does not use touch-sensitive buttons, but it instead goes the route of using tactile buttons that gives a responsive click to them when pressed. 

The charging and carrying case of the BE Free6 is one of the nicest cases I’ve encountered on a pair of true wireless earbuds, even though it’s not the greatest to put in your pocket. While holding it in your hand, you can truly feel the durability and toughness the case has. This is probably due to the fact that Optoma NuForce decided to use thicker plastic when designing their case. It comes in a Matte Black colorway that’s textured, which gives it a similar feel to stone. Both the lid and earbuds have included magnets that will give a gratifying snap to them when you place the earbuds back into the case, and when you close the lid. There are 3 LED lights on the outside that will inform you on how much battery life the case has left and a USB-C port for charging.

It’s hard to ever think that true wireless earbuds would be able to produce immense sound due to their size, but for the BE Free6, it does away with that belief and assembles some exceptional sound. When it comes to its tonal profile, the BE Free6 services the low end just a bit more than the mid and high. The low end doesn’t eclipse the mid or highs but instead comes in just to the point where it heightens them, making your music sound very well rounded. Of course, this is all with the help of the BE Free6’s use of dynamic graphene drivers and support for AAC codecs. The volume on the earbuds can get particularly loud, but you will get a great amount of distortion and clipping in your audio at the highest levels. I found that at a 50% loudness, the audio is still loud enough to eliminate outside noise, without your music suffering from quality.

Where the BE Free6 is set back is in its controls. Like most true wireless earbuds that rely on one button, trying to memorize the function presses can be difficult, especially if you’re pressed for time. A single press on either the left or ride side will play or pause music, two presses will skip the track forward, while three presses will skip tracks backward. A two-second press/hold will activate either Siri or Google Assistant. Personally, when it comes to using the onboard controls, I tend to defer to using my smartphone controls, it just makes things a bit faster and easier for me. 

Now where the BE Free6 sets itself apart from other true wireless earbuds is in its ability to be used in either mono or stereo mode. Stereo mode is intended for those who will use the earbuds just for themselves or on one device. Mono mode allows you to use the BE Free6 on two different devices at the same time, which is perfect if you were to ever share the earbuds with a friend. 

Battery life for the earbuds will run around six hours of listening time, with the case extending that to a full 24-hours. If the earbuds were to run out of power, it does have support for quick charge, meaning that a 15-minute charge will give you about an hour worth of listening time. The included Bluetooth 5.0 gave me a reliable connection to my smartphone even if I was standing 30-feet away, and the IPX5 water and sweat resistance rating made the BE Free6 perfect for when I was at the gym.

Final Reaction

The BE Free6 is the new kid on the block for Optoma NuForce, and it’s coming in to make a serious impact. This isn’t the first time we’ve used a pair of NuForce true wireless earbuds, but we can say that when Optoma NuForce comes in with a new model, they don’t make slight improvements, they make giant leaps that leave a lasting impression. The BE Free6 is remarkably designed, that has a great balance of comfort, luxury, and style which are perfect accessories to its prominent sound. The ability to use it in either a mono or stereo option gives it some flexibility in its use, while the IPX5 rating and 24-hour battery life make it ideal to use all day. The BE Free6 is available now and retails for $99.

Score: 4/5 Atoms

 

 

 

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