Category Hobbies & Collectibles

Saying goodbye to 2013 and looking forward to 2014


Just a few more hours left in the old year (at least where I live) and then 2013 will be in the books. It’s been a fairly good year for all types of entertainment media, from gaming to movies to television to comic books. Gaming has seen the birth of a new generation of consoles with the PS4 and Xbox One (though Nintendo got the jump on both Sony and Microsoft by releasing the Wii U in 2012), while the current (now previous?) gen is still going strong. A lot of quality games were released over the past twelve months, giving gamers plenty of choices when it came to picking the personal GOTY...

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Holiday gift guide- 2013: Pt 1 (Consoles, PS4 and Xbox One games)

presentsIt’s that time of year again, that time to hit the malls or online stores in search of just the right gift to give. With so many things to choose from, how do you figure out what might be right for someone? Well, we’re here to hopefully help with that, with a few suggestions for that gamer or movie buff on your list. We’ll give a range of items to choose from, and list some suggestions for all age groups. Prices given are USD, and may vary depending on current sales in your area. So, let’s get to it, shall we?


2013 has been another great year for gaming, with two generations of consoles now running side by side. It’s been a year where no one genre seemed to dominate, with plenty of titles to choose from...

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Confessions of Mobile Suit

When I bought my first Gunpla, I think it wasn’t because I had any interest with any of the Mobile Suit Gundam series. It was more because my brother had it. I think my first was SD Shenlong of Mobile Suit Gundam Wing. Then I abandoned them until the Mobile Suit Gundam Seed series. Since then I’ve tried to follow the universe of Gundam. Unfortunately, the series is going down, and because of that I haven’t watched any of them for the time being.

Epic Battle? I guess not…. It isn’t even close

The first season is all about two races: Natural(Human), who reside on Earth and Coordinator, the enhanced version of human, who live in  colonies in orbit on the brink of war...

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Superman Unchained- A book worthy of the Man of Steel

su coverSuperman Unchained #1    DC Comics    4.99

With the launch of the New 52, Superman hasn’t fared as well as that other DC heavyweight, Batman. Now, Batman scribe Scott Snyder turns his attention to the man in blue, and, along with artist Jim Lee, brings us one of the best Superman titles to come out in recent years. Superman Unchained is just what you want a Superman book to be. It’s filled with plenty of action and humor, and gives a new look to some familiar characters. It starts off well and doesn’t let up until the end, with a final panel leaving you wanting more.

The book opens in the middle of a crisis, with Superman trying to save the crew of a space station that is plummeting to Earth...

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Adventures of Superman- a new anthology series tackles the Man of Steel

adventures of supermanAdventures of Superman #1

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Superman has had many writers tackling stories suitable for the man of Steel of his 75 year history. In recent years, things haven’t always gone so well, especially since DC launched the New 52. But things look to change, and this new anthology series featuring three different stories by some of comics’ finest writers looks to change that. The first issue of Adventures of Superman is off to a terrific start, with three stories that are all well told, boast some fine artwork, and great writing.

The first story, “Violent Minds”, pits Superman against a dangerous telekinetic...

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Superman: 75 years of an American icon

Superman wikipediaSuperman. The very name is known worldwide, bringing with it the image of the man in blue with a billowing red cape, a large “S” prominent on his chest. He fights for truth, justice, and the American way, although in recent years his role has been expanded to include of mankind on the planet Earth. Born on the planet Krypton as Kal-El, he was sent to Earth by his father, Jor-El, when his homeworld’s red sun went supernova. He crashed into a cornfield in Smallville, Kansas, where he was found by Jonathan and Martha Kent, who raised him as their own son. As he grew older, he learned of his heritage and left the Kents’ farm, going out into the world and eventually arriving at the city of Metropolis, where he assumed the identity of mild mannered reporter Clark Kent for the Daily Planet...

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Superman Week Begins Sunday, June 9th!

After Batman, Superman is the best comic book hero of all-time, and certainly the most heroic. His film series is once again being rebooted this coming Frida with the release of Man of Steel (should be seen in 3D). To celebrate this larger-than-life hero who has entertained us for decades with his wholesome alien, robber, and drug-dealer ass-whipping, tjsmoke63 and I (and maybe david) will be reviewing an assortment of Superman media, ranging from films to cartoons to comic books, every day for the next week; as well the sure-to-be Summer blockbuster, Man of Steel. This event will begin Sunday, June 9th, right here at Leet Gamers Asia. Stay tuned!


In other news, expect a The Last of Us review from me in the coming weeks, as well as an opinion piece on filler in video games, and various p...

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Cartoon Network getting their act together

Cartoon Network, the greatest animation channel of all-time, has had a sorted past whenever it came to DVD. They, for whatever reason, though that people wanted to keep buying random compilations of their hit masterpieces. I mean, they did try releasing complete seasons of Ed, Edd n Eddy, but they fucked about with it, and eventually stopped halfway through releasing the whole show.

I think one reason for this could be that they are cheap bastards, but the nice answer would be that their programming is for kids. Regardless of how much we all love Courage the Cowardly Dog and Codename: Kids Next Door, those shows were put on a kids channel, for kids; and they are their top priority….. which means that they don’t have to do much...

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Confession of Bloggers(Introduction)

Hi,  I take this moment to introduce myself, my nick is zafrisan85 (at least in here, now it hit me I have too many nicknames in internet world) usually do a post, once a week at most, on do a game review. I try to do movie review and other outside of gaming but I always not in the house 5 days a week  so that only left Sunday as my full free-time and most of it I use to release my tension and everything playing games. Anyway, my recent post caught the attention of one of the reader which happened to be the founder of this site. After all of our conversation and here I am, the new writer for leetgamers.

To be honest I do review games but let say, 2 months after the initial releases, except for this one game call Metal Gear Rising which you can view here, h...

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