By Tyler Fischer - October 2, 2019 03:53 pm EDT Share 1 Comments 1 One of the best parts of Marvel's Spider-Man is all of its incredible suits. Not only is there a large slab of different suits in the PS4 game, but every suit is brought to life with meticulous detail, something every player's photo mode has captured over and over and over again. That said, you can never have too many Spidey suits, but, unfortunately, it doesn't look like the PlayStation 4 game will be getting anymore. However, while Insomniac Games' artists have moved onto the sequel, one fan has been keeping the suit hype alive by creating and sharing high-quality alternate suits. Mosheeno is an artist who has developed a bit of a following for creating some incredible alternate suits by morphing together pre-existing suits in the game. And since the game's release, they have accumulated quite the collection. New cover for Twitter and other social platforms👊 … [Read more...] about Spider-Man PS4 Player Reveals 14 Incredible Alternate Suits
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‘Hey, Wilson,” says Mike Love, placing his hand gently on Brian Wilson’s forearm. “Hey, Love,” says Wilson, brightly, as his cousin slides into the booth next to him. “You were great last night,” Love says. “Animated. Ani-fuckin‘-mated.” Wilson beams. “Gracias, amigo. Our harmonies – we sound good together.” The Beach Boys’ founding members, Brian Wilson, 69, and Mike Love, 71, are relaxing at a casino steakhouse in Hollywood, Florida. Dinner together is not an everyday thing for Love and Wilson. Or even an every-decade thing. The last holiday together Love remembers was Thanksgiving ’99. “I invited him up,” Love says. “He said, ‘Yeah, Mike. Family first.’ ” But it’s usually not like that. The Southern California cousins have been estranged for much of the Beach Boys’ career, their relationship fractured by disagreements over the group’s … [Read more...] about The Beach Boys’ Last Wave
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(CNN)Almost one million shoes and over 370,000 toothbrushes -- they're among the 414 million pieces of plastic found washed ashore on the remote Cocos (Keeling) Islands in the Indian Ocean, according to new research. The study, which was published in the journal Scientific Reports Thursday, found that the Australian territory was littered with 238 tonnes of plastic, despite being home to around 500 people. The group of mostly uninhabited 27 islands -- which are 2,750 km (1,708 miles) from Perth -- are marketed to tourists as "Australia's last unspoilt paradise." Much of the rubbish was single-use consumer items such as bottle caps, straws, shoes and sandals, University of Tasmania marine eco-toxicologist Jennifer Lavers, who led the study, said. "Plastic pollution is now ubiquitous in our oceans, and remote islands are an ideal place to get an objective view of the volume of plastic debris now circling the globe," Lavers said in a media release. Read More "Islands such as these … [Read more...] about 414 million pieces of plastic found on remote Australian islands: Study