This week's Avengers & X-Men: Axis #7 has reshaped the history of the Marvel Universe with just a few panels, but here's the crazy part: the change makes sense! (In its own weird way.)
The three major Axis powers — Germany, Japan, and Italy — committed a host of catastrophic errors during the war. But some of these miscalculations were considerably worse than others. Here are the most significant blunders made by the Axis during WWII.
Wind turbines are big on power and marvels to look at. They're also rather inefficient. So some scientists thought about it, talked, and figured out a way to increase their power output tenfold. All by staring at fish!
When Hitler's dino-hordes storm Normandy, will you have the wherewithal to beat them back? Allied propaganda posters from a lizard-filled WWII urge you to take arms against these Jurassic Nazis, while Axis posters tout raptors as the strength of Germany.
With the success of the Wii being primarily due to its motion sensing controls, it would seem pretty logical for Nintendo to try it out on their portable line up as well. And it looks like they might do just that with the discovery of an updated patent filing by the big N themselves that states
Designed by Matthew Swinton, the Axis camera fits in your hand vertically (like a cellphone) to let you take pictures with one hand rather than two. One side of the camera holds the lens (along with the protective lid) while the other packs a massive LCD for viewing your pics and videos. I like it 'cause it looks…
Every time I mention some sort of surveillance/spying gadgets it reminds me of my youth. No, not my youth impersonating James Bond spying on people, but my youth spent in front of the television watching Porky's over and over until my eyes bled. If only those kids had the kind of technology we have today. Anyway,…