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Injustice: Gods Among Us DLC Character Now Available

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Injustice: Gods Among Us DLC Character

NetherRealm Studios has announced the latest character  added to the Injustice: Gods Among Us roster is now available.  This character was selected based upon twitter votes and won over other suggested heroes and villains.  His name is General Zod.  If you are a Superman or DC Comics fan, you may know that General Zod is a villain of Superman.  The selection of General Zod as the next DLC character for Injustice: Gods Among Us completes the list of 4 DLC characters that have been added since the game launched in April 2013.  The other characters previously added to this game were Lobo and Batgirl from DC Comics as well as Scorpion from Mortal Kombat.

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General Zod is the latest addition to the character list for Injustice: Gods Among Us

If you were hoping that a different video game character would be selected, there's a chance that he or she may become available as DLC -- since NetherRealm Studios plan to add more characters.  The latest rumor is that the next character may be Martian Manhunter from DC Comics, however, this could, of course change.

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Injustice: Gods Among Us

Unfortunately, there is a cost involved if you would like to acquire General Zod for gameplay. The current price is $4.99 for this character.  In a spending mood?  In addition to getting a new character for this game, General Zod, you may also like to purchase DLC packs which include skins as well as a variety of costumes for the current Injustice: Gods Among Us video game characters.

Injustice: Gods Among Us is rated T for Teen and is playable on the Xbox 360,  PS 3 and the WII U.

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People Should Go To Wonder-Con

More people should be going to any and all of the little “baby-cons” across the country. I’ve made this statement to as many people as would listen. Partially in the hope of reducing the giant crowds at the real Comic-Con in San Diego, but also because these little cons are what SDCC used to be.

Each year I make the trip down to San Diego I see more and more of the comics being swallowed up by whatever the latest upcoming blockbuster needs to advertise that year. It’s gotten to that point that more and more people are referring to it as “Pop-Con”. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing.

I completely understand the need for the big spectacle. Something to shine a spotlight onto oncoming awesomeness to as many people as possible and keep up the quality of the products we enjoy. But there comes a point where it becomes way too big to truly be enjoyed. Are you really getting the Con experience waiting in a line for a day and a half to get into a 20 minute panel?

This is where an event like Wonder-Con becomes a necessity. A throwback to the early days where you stop to take a picture of a cosplayer without worrying about the thousand people traffic jam behind you. Just being able to walk from booth to booth without people bumping into you, or worse, nearly crushing you as a mass of bodies rushes to where the Game of Thrones guy was just spotted. Even the prices on comics are better (if you’re into that sort of thing). The panels are smaller but you can show up within 10 minutes and still get in. There are far less exclusive items at these smaller cons but a lot of the cool show exclusive everyone is going crazy for during SDCC end up on Ebay the next day anyway.

Every year a billion people descend into SDCC looking for the Comic-Con experience. I say that experience has moved on to Wonder-Con, Kamikaze, C2E2, etc. Go there while you still can.

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