Okay, any Assassins' Creed cosplay is going to start with a white hood, but soon after that you're going to need a weapon. Comic book legend Todd McFarlane provides, with a replica of Edward Kenway's Hidden Blade Gauntlet so pretty you can barely tell it's plastic.
Thing I didn't expect to learn at Toy Fair: the guy who created Spawn loves crazy video game rabbits. Specifically, Todd McFarlane loves the titular characters from Ubisoft's wacky Rabbids franchise and thinks that that they're going to be a huge pop culture phenomenon.
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning creative contributor and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane poses with a Troll before the 38 Studios game panel at Comic-Con 2010. Todd says "You can bludgeon your younger brother with it." Neat!
Previously known simply as Project Mercury, Curt Schilling's 38 Studios and EA finally give the Todd McFarlane, R.A. Salvatore, and Ken Rolston powered role-playing game a name, promising open world exploration and fast-paced action combat in Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
Curt Schillings' 38 Studios outs Project Mercury at the San Diego Comic-Con this month, giving con-goers the first look at the mysterious role-playing game that features the talents of R.A. Salvatore, Todd McFarlane, and Ken Rolston.
Call it Project Mercury, and as of today, call it an EA game. The epic role-playing game that won't — confirmed! — be called The Adventures of Curt Schilling has a home and a whole lot of mystery around it.