Tag Archive: 2011

Spike Scream Awards 2011

Are you looking for a program on television where you can watch a billionaire playboy genius fight crime in a suit of iron? Or a 17 year old wizard battling the forces of evil against all odds? Or possibly a doctor who….well Dr. Who? You are in luck! None of these are at the 2011 …

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Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, passes away

After a long battle with pancreatic cancer, tech innovator Steve Jobs passes away today. Jobs has revolutionized the consumer tech market with the iPod, iPhone and, most recently, the iPad. After stepping down as Apple’s CEO just over a month ago, Jobs has lost his fight against cancer tonight and Angry Web’s thoughts and prayers …

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“Voltron: Defender of the Universe” makes presence at SDCC 2011

From days of long ago (well last Thursday through Sunday), from the uncharted regions of the universe (OK so it was San Diego), comes a legend: the legend of Voltron, Defender of the Universe. That’s right kiddies the Voltron Force was out in full effect at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con.  Games, toys, people in …

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“Futurama” Monopoly unveiled at Comic Con 2011

We have a first look at the Futurama Monopoly game that was unveiled at Comic Con 2011. Oh. Your. God! America’s most popular board game is getting a 31st century spin! In New New York, you’ll use your millions to buy, sell, and trade properties from the animated series. From Mom’s Friendly Robot Company to …

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“X-MEN: First Class” releases September 9th, 2011

LOS ANGELES (July 19, 2011) – Before they were superheroes, the fate of humanity depended on an extraordinary group of youngsters who went on to become X-MEN: FIRST CLASS. Based on the international bestselling Marvel Comics franchise, this box office hit bursts onto Blu-ray and DVD Friday, September 9 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. …

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First Impressions: Nintendo Wii U controller

At E3 2011, Nintendo unveiled the long rumored successor to the Wii, dubbed the “Wii U”. The only software that was available to play on the show floor was comprised of tech demos that, according to Nintendo, did not show off the power of the new system. The star of the show was, in fact, …

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