Salt Lake Comic Con is bringing you the best stories from throughout Geekdom! Today we talk about Ok Go’s new mind-bending music video: I Won’t Let You Down, David Goyer’s new Superman prequel television series Krypton, and the new holiday prices for Xbox One bundles!
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I Won’t Let You Down: Ok Go’s new music video is incredible!
OK Go has a history of creating tricky music videos, and their latest clip doesn’t disappoint. This precisely coordinated ballet of self-balancing scooters, umbrellas, and dizzying camerawork will leave you scratching your head by the end.
Man of Steel‘s David Goyer developing Krypton television series!
With Gotham attracting a big audience as well as Arrow and The Flash picking up viewers, and a Supergirl show in development for CBS, it’s no surprise that Warner Bros. might be looking to set up yet another live-action series based on one of their iconic heroes. According to Bleeding Cool, Warner Bros. has hired Man of Steel screenwriter David Goyer to create Krypton, which would take place before the planet went ka-boom. My favorite part of Man of Steel was everything that happened on Krypton, and while a weekly TV series wouldn’t be able to come close to matching the film’s visual effects, there’s always been a large, interesting society behind Superman’s birth planet.
Happy Holidays: Xbox One drops price to $349 starting Nov. 2!
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One will be available for a special, limited-time promotional offer of $349 in the U.S. starting on November 2 (through January 3, 2015). Special promotional pricing of $50 off the console of your choice applies to any Xbox One console, including special edition bundles, offering some of the year’s most anticipated games – Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and Sunset Overdrive.
Today’s Quick Links
- Marvel’s Summer 2015 madness continues with Age of Apocalypse
- Cadre of DC Comics Heroes and Villains join LEGO Batman 3 Video Game
- Get your scare on: Deliver Us From Evil hits DVD tomorrow
- Somebody needs to sing a Christmas Carol: NBC announces Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas TV Special
- Tech expert Elon Musk compares creating AI with “summoning the devil“