Deadpool 2: Who Is Cable?

A live-action version of Cable blessed homes across the world recently when the trailer for Deadpool 2 hit the internet, and oh boy, Josh Brolin looks awesome as the time-travelling leader of X-Force. He’s going to be a major part of the newest superhero starring super-powered mutants.

But who is Cable, and where does he come from? Those answers aren’t simple, as many characters from the X-Men comics have overly complicated and convoluted backstories, especially Cable. We’ll do out best to fill you in and let you know everything you need to know about Cable.

Nathan Summers–the baby who would eventually become Cable–made his debut in The Uncanny X-Men #201 in 1986. His parents were Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor, a clone of Jean Grey. During the child’s early years, Mr. Sinister wanted to use Nathan as a weapon to destroy Apocalypse.

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However, things didn’t go exactly as planned, and Nathan fell into the hands of Apocalypse. Being a bad guy in the X-Men world, Apocalypse infected Nathan with a techno-organic virus. It was incurable. In order to save the boy from dying, Askani–a women from the future who leads the fight against Apocalypse–instructs Cyclops to take Nathan 2000 years into the future.

It turns out Askani is Rachel Summers, the daughter of Cyclops and Jean Grey from an alternate reality. Askani clones Nathan in case he doesn’t survive the virus. That clone was abducted by Apocalypse loyalists during an attack (more on that later). The real Nathan survives the disease and for some time, is raised by Askani.

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The version of Cable we all know and love (created by Louise Simonson and Rob Liefeld) debuted in New Mutants #87 in 1990. He was a really cool-looking character with a military mindset, who tried to take down the Mutant Liberation Front. Cable has several confrontations with the leader of the MLF, Stryfe. In issue #100 of New Mutants, Stryfe removed his helmet to reveal that he looks exactly like Cable. You probably know where this is going.

Cable moved on to lead a new X-Force team, with a slew of new mutants. During X-Cutioner’s Song, Stryfe goes undercover as Cable and attempts to kill Professor X. Meanwhile, Cyclops and Jean Grey get kidnapped, and the X-Men learn that Stryfe is behind it all. It turns out that Stryfe was that cloned baby of Cable from the future, which, at the time, was a shocker. Eventually, the story leads to an epic battle on the Moon where Cable seemingly sacrifices himself in order to kill Stryfe.

However, it turns out Cable wasn’t dead, and he was displaced in the future. For more than 20 years, there are stories with Cable teaming up and fighting other members of his lineage, taking on a new Mutant Liberation Front, and working with unlikely foes. It wasn’t until 2004 that comic fans got one of the character’s best series: Cable & Deadpool.

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While the two characters met during Deadpool’s first appearance in New Mutants #98 back in 1991, the 2004 Cable & Deadpool series explored the relationship between them. It’s funny, bizarre, and while there aren’t any Earth-shattering stories that completely change the course of either character, it’s widely considered to be a brilliant, entertaining, and engaging series.

Back to the serious part of Cable’s history, one of his bigger stories comes in the aftermath of “Decimation,” a storyline where Scarlet Witch said the words “No more mutants,” thus causing all but 198 mutants in the Marvel Universe to disappear. Then, one day, a new mutant was born named Hope. Her town was attacked by The Purifiers–yet another anti-mutant terrorist group–but Cable showed up and saved her. He believed Hope was destined to save all of mutant-kind. However, others–like Bishop–thought differently, so Cable was tasked with taking care of her.

During this story, Stryfe shows back up and tries to kill Hope. He was stopped time and time again by Bishop, Cable, and the X-Force. After saving Hope again, Cable parted ways with her and went on to start a new X-Force team.

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Cable’s abilities are a mixture of mutant powers and technological enhancements. As a mutant, he has telepathy and telekinesis, much like his mother–minus the whole demonic black magic thing Madelyne had as Goblin Queen. Cable’s mutant abilities are extremely powerful, and he has variations on both telepathy and telekinesis that many other mutants with his abilities don’t have, like precognition: being able to get visions from the past or–on occasion–being able to transfer his mind and powers into other people.

On the tech side of things, Cable has a metallic arm which gives him enhanced strength. In addition, he has a force field that protects him, like we saw in the Deadpool 2 trailer when someone shoots at him. (Depending on the comic, some creators have said this is part of his telekinetic powers though) Cable has a cybernetic eye. This eye allows him to see different spectrums that a human eye wouldn’t be able to see, and in addition, he’s been known to fire a laser out of it. Of course, he has other technological advantages, but none of them is more important than being able to travel through time, which doesn’t happen as often as you’d think in the comics.

Looking for some recommended reading? Check these storylines out!

  • Adventures of Cyclops & Phoenix: Cyclops and Jean Grey travel to the future to raise Cable. They meet Askani and Cable gets cloned in case he dies from the virus infecting him. Takes place in The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix #1-4.
  • X-Cutioner’s Song: A man named Stryfe is trying to tear the X-Men apart and kill Cable. It’s a major story for the character that journeys through all the X-Men titles. Takes place in Uncanny X-Men #294-#297, X-Men #14-16, X-Factor #85-86, X-Force #17-19, and Stryfe’s Strike File.
  • Cable & Deadpool: If Looks Could Kill: Cable and Deadpool’s first story from their new series. Deadpool is hired by a religious group to steal a virus, and Cable is learning how to used his newly-enhanced abilities. Of course, the two end up working together, and it’s just as bizarre as you think it is. Takes place in Cable & Deadpool #1-6.
  • Messiah War: Set 1000 years in the future, X-Force is on a mission to retrieve Cable and Hope–the baby Cable has been protecting. However, Bishop, Apocalypse, and Stryfe are all after them as well. Takes place in X-Force/Cable: Messiah War, Cable #13-15, and X-Force #14-16.
  • Ultimate X-Men: Cable: Cable appears in the Ultimate Universe, but with a big spin on the character. Takes place in Ultimate X-Men #75-78.

Star Wars Boss Explains Why Han Solo Movie Directors Were Fired

Ever since Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired in the middle of production of Solo: A Star Wars Story back in June, the reason for their dismissal has been a big topic of debate among fans. Now that production has wrapped under director Ron Howard and the first trailer for the film has been released, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy is speaking out on the decision to change directions.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, she says, “I think these guys are hilarious, but they come from a background of animation and sketch comedy and when you are making these movies you can do that and there’s plenty of room for improvisation, we do that all the time, but it has to be inside of a highly structured process or you can’t get the work done and you can’t move the armies of people to anticipate and have things ready. So, it literally came down to process. Just getting it done.”

In an initial statement, Lord and Miller said, “Unfortunately, our vision and process weren’t aligned with our partners on this project. We normally aren’t fans of the phrase ‘creative differences’ but for once this cliché is true. We are really proud of the amazing and world-class work of our cast and crew.” If all parties are to believed, it really does sound like it was creative differences that drove a wedge between the directors and the production company. Lord and Miller are accustomed to making movies one way, Lucasfilm prefers another.

However, when it came time to actually replace them, even Howard wasn’t sure if he was the man for the job. “I know Chris and Phil. They’re incredibly talented guys… But when I learned that this change was happening, it just came in a moment where I was working on lots of new projects for Imagine [the film and TV production company], and I had not planned to direct anything last year,” he explains. “So then this came my way… I was reluctant, but I also began to feel that I could help.”

As for how much of the movie was reshot and how much of Lord and Miller’s original version will remain in the final cut, there is no clear answer. Howard doesn’t think it’s important. “I don’t really want to be specific about that because, again, I don’t even want that to matter to fans,” he says. “I could understand why you’d ask, and some might even be curious, but look, everybody who has been involved in this has done nothing but love what this movie could be, and that’s been the vibe around it.”

However, he does admit that “Phil and Chris’s fingerprints are all over the movie, given how much they put into it and the time they put into it.” Whether that’s a good thing is up to the audience. Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters on May 25.

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Rainbow Six Siege Outbreak Event Teased In New Video

The launch of the special new Outbreak co-op event in Rainbow Six Siege is drawing near, and Ubisoft is continuing to tease new details about what to expect. We’ve now gotten a new CG trailer that sets up some of the backstory of what’s going on in the new mode, which is dramatically unlike anything that’s been offered in Siege previously.

Dubbed Ash’s Briefing, the video provides a rundown on what’s happening with the quarantine zone located in the city of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. As we learned recently, the threat involves “an infestation of unknown origin” centering around the Apex parasite, which was unleashed when a space capsule crashes. Apex begins infecting humans, and the zombie-like menace threatens to pour over into Mexico, which is located just south of Truth or Consequences. Select Rainbow Six Operators are brought in to contain the situation.

Additionally, Ubisoft has detailed what to expect from the different enemy types. There are a total of five key variations, including the basic grunts that you’ll presumably be fighting the most. Here’s how Ubisoft describes them:

  • Grunts
    • Grunts are common hostiles that become highly resistant when the parasite detects an enemy presence. To protect its host, the parasite armors its body and becomes more resistant to bullet wounds. Caution and stealth is recommended.
  • Breachers
    • Breachers are proximity bombs that crater anything in their path. They make for a very agile opponent, but they launch themselves into the fray and blow holes in indestructible walls. Make sure you are nowhere close to them.
  • Rooters
    • Rooters are a rarer type of hostile. They send out coral spikes from the ground to injure and immobilize their targets. Rooters are always on the move and will keep you on edge. Beware when dealing them the final blow; they become extremely lethal when on the brink of death.
  • Smashers
    • Smashers are not discreet. The parasite reinforces its body under a massively thick hide, making it practically impervious to bullet wounds. They will also tear down walls without suffering any injuries.
  • Apex
    • Apex is at the top of the hostile food chain. It sends waves of hostiles your way rather than attack you head-on. They can hurl blinding projectiles, which can only be countered by Finka and Doc. This opponent is a real test on your team’s communication skills.

Outbreak launches on March 6 and introduces a new three-player co-op mode. The action plays out on three exclusive maps that are described as larger and “more open” than those found in Siege’s PvP and Terrorist Hunt modes. You can expect the maps to also offer some sense of progression as you make your way through them, and you’ll still be able to take multiple paths and leverage the usual level destruction to do so.

As noted above, not every Operator in Siege can be played in Outbreak. Not everyone’s gadget lends itself to the style of gameplay here, so only a small group are supported. Aside from Ash, you’ll also be able to jump in with Smoke, Ying, Buck, Kapkan, Doc, Tachanka, and Glaz. Additionally, the two new Operators being introduced in Operation Chimera–the broader update for Siege that includes the Outbreak event–will be playable. If you don’t own any of these, or someone claims a character that you want to use, you can always use the generic Recruit character.

Outbreak will only be available for a limited time, running from March 6 – April 3 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. During the event, special loot boxes containing new cosmetics will be available that you’ll primarily obtain by purchasing them with real-world money. More details on Outbreak and Chimera are set to be announced during the upcoming Rainbow Six Invitational, which begins on February 13.

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Monster Hunter World Guide: How To Get The Secret Palico Gadgets

In Monster Hunter World, you can always use some extra help in taking down the big marks. Throughout your many adventures when not partnered up with other hunters, it’ll just be you and your Palico companion at your side, who’s ready to help out when you need it. While their cat-like looks and short stature might make them look out of their element, the Palico are totally capable of keeping up with your high-flying and weapon-wielding antics, and they even bring some useful skills of their own into the fold.

In this guide, we’ll show you how to find new gadgets for your Palico, and how they will help you during the more intense battles. Over the course of your travels, you’ll come across several Palico tribes that have their own aversion to outsiders–and you’ll have to jump through a few hoops in order to win them over. Here’s a quick rundown of all the gadgets and how you can get them.

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Vigorwasp Spray

How it works: With the default gadget, your Palico companion can administer healing effects to you during battles. After increasing your proficiency to level 5, you will be able to manually call in a heal from your ally. At level 10, you can place a vigorwasp station to receive healing at a dedicated spot in the field.

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Location: In the Ancient Forest, you’ll need to reach the top of the giant tree in the center of the map to find the second gadget. After making it to the top, you’ll come across another Palico who will lead you to the new item.

How it works: Your companion throws a flashfly at your enemies, momentarily blinding them. At level 5 proficiency, you can activate the gadget on command, with the chance of your companion placing a Shock Trap as well. At level 10, Shock Traps from your ally can be placed manually.


Location: In the northeastern end of area 8 in Wildspire Wastes, you’ll find a hole leading to a hidden cavern with a Palico protector offering a quest to look for his fellow companions. You’ll need to find all three of his protectors in Wildspire Wastes to complete the quest and earn the next gadget.

How it works: With this shield gadget, your Palico can defend itself against an attack and can also provoke nearby monsters. As your proficiency goes up, your ally can withstand more damage and can even attack enemies with the shield.


Location: In order to find this gadget, you’ll need to clear through the story mission that unlocks the lower areas of the Rotten Vale and have a piece of raw meat in your possession. Speak to the Lynian Researcher who will inform you of the nearby Grimalkyne tribe known as the Plunderers. After leaving, explore the area and farm until a random event with a Odogaron occurs. Note that this event is time specific, so you may need to exit the area and re-enter to engage the scene.

Afterwards, explore further until you find a Grimalkyne lurking about. Follow it into the lower areas, and then place the raw meat on the ground where you lose sight of it. Move away from the meat and watch as the Grimalkyne return to eat the raw meat. Approach them to engage in conversation with them, and they will reward you with the Plunderblade.

How it works: This item will allow your Palico to steal items from monsters they attack. As your proficiency goes up, the number of items attained from their theft goes up.

Coral Orchestra

Location: In area 10 of the Coral Highlands, you’ll find a cave and encounter a pack of Shamos-riding Palico. Defeat the group and then follow them to their hideout to speak with them to earn a new quest. After completing the quest to hunt two Tzitzi-Ya-Ku, return to the Palico to claim your new item.

How it works: This gadget allows your Palico companion to buff your hunter with a number of attack and defense boosts, alongside resistances to negative status effects. Increasing your proficiency will allow these buffs to become more effective.

Meowlotov Cocktail

Location: In order to acquire this final gadget, you’ll need to have found all other Palico items. In Astera, talk to the Lynian Researcher to receive a quest for the Gajalaka Linguistics critical bounty. You’ll need to find 10 Gajalaka markings around the map (they’ll be marked) to complete the quest. You’ll immediately get another bounty tasking you to travel to the Elder Crossing. This portion of the mission must done at night, as you’ll have to sneak through the Palico camp to meet the leader. Once you do, you’ll complete the next portion of the bounty. Travel back to the Researcher to finish up and gain the final gadget.

How it works: The Meowlotov Cocktail is a bomb that causes explosive and fire damage to monsters. As you improve your proficiency, the blast strength will increase, making it more effective against breakable parts of the monster’s body.

For more info on Monster Hunter World, such as our general impressions and any help on the early or late-game quests and missions, we have a complete roundup of our Monster Hunter review and guides right here. Also, check out Mike Mahardy’s video on what Monster Hunter World gets right as an online game, and how it values your time spent. Along with that, we’ve got details on the Street Fighter V cosmetics on the way.

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Altered Carbon Creator Explains The Show’s Biggest Changes From The Book

Altered Carbon spoilers below–for both the show, and the book!

Netflix’s Altered Carbon is a fairly faithful adaptation of Richard K. Morgan’s original book. But there are some major changes too, some of which have fans of the book up in arms.

The show’s writer, executive producer, and showrunner, Laeta Kalogridis, told io9 about one major change–the decision to leave protagonist Takeshi Kovacs in his own sleeve during the torture scene, rather than putting him in the body of a young girl.

Given how much thought clearly went into this show, we figured there must be good reasons for all the other changes, too. Why did the Envoys’ backstory change? Why was Lizzie Elliott’s role expanded so profoundly? Why does Kovacs stay at The Raven instead of The Hendrix?

It turns out Kalogridis did indeed have her reasons for making these changes, and she was kind enough to elaborate on them for GameSpot.

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Jimi Hendrix, Man of Peace

That last one–why Kovacs stays at The Raven in the show instead of the book’s Hendrix–is the easiest to answer.

“[The Hendrix estate] has very specific rules about how much violence can be associated with any character that looks like Jimi Hendrix, and as you might have noticed, there’s a lot of violence [in Altered Carbon],” Kalogridis told GameSpot. “They took one look at the script–and they were very polite–and they were like, ‘We’re afraid this doesn’t really meet our standards.’ I mean, and they’re right; it does not. So we changed it.”

Why Edgar Allan Poe?

“It really was just looking at it going, ‘You know, father of the modern detective story, I mean, who can you think of who’s about as far from Jimi Hendrix as you can get–let’s just go the opposite direction!’ and that’s where Poe came from,” she said. “I just love Edgar Allan Poe. I love his writing, I love his voice–the things we could write for him that did not feel like they belonged in the future were really a great pleasure. You know, ‘Ask this of your microwave, miscreant!’ I mean, who gets to write that stuff? So fun!”

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The Envoys: Rebellion or Protectorate Special Forces?

The changes to the Envoys’ backstory are more complex. In the show, Kovacs is the last remaining Envoy–a highly trained group of guerrilla rebels based on Kovacs’ home, Harlan’s World. In the book, the Envoys are a special forces branch of the U.N. Protectorate, Altered Carbon‘s galaxy-spanning government. In addition, the show combines two characters from the books–Kovacs’ Envoy leader, Virginia Vidaura, and Quellcrist Falconer, a semi-mystical historical figure who becomes more important in later books.

Kalogridis explained why: She felt she was “f***ing crazy” for trying to adapt Altered Carbon in the first place, and wasn’t confident that she’d ever get a Season 2. She didn’t want to wait until a later season to introduce Quellcrist Falconer (like the books do), so she started brainstorming ways to get Quell into Season 1.

“Once we made that decision, everything that’s in the first book, Virginia Vidaura teaching the Envoys, started to feel like Quell’s voice,” she said. “[Quell’s] uprising felt like it fit with the idea of Envoys really well, so I put the uprising and Envoys together.”

That also ties in with the fact that more time has passed since Kovacs was put on stack in the show than in the books. Quell is a historical figure, so the gap between Kovacs’ capture and his re-sleeving had to be larger. Luckily, that fit with the changes Kalogridis wanted to make regarding the Envoys.

“When you actually got down into the book itself and the way Kovacs experiences himself as such an outsider, he didn’t feel like a person from their present day,” Kalogridis said. “So I thought, ‘How much time could I put between him and then?’ And that’s when I sort of realized, well, all I really need on the Protectorate side is CTAC, which is sort of their Seal Team 6, you know–I just need some sort of assault corps with some specialized soldiers, and then Envoys [can] become a very different thing.”

“The simple answer is: It bonded him and Quell together, and it exacerbated the divide between him and the present day world,” she continued. “That’s why I did it.”

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The Curious Case of Lizzie Elliott

Lastly, and possibly the biggest change from the book to the show, is the story of Lizzie Elliott. In the book, she’s a footnote–another victim of violence who never gets a chance for revenge. The show expands on her story and, by the end, makes her a major character.

“The straightforward reason was that within the book an awful lot of discussion exists around the women who are the victims of Bancroft’s violence, whether directly or indirectly. And for me, I wasn’t really interested in them having no voices, or very little voice,” Kalogridis said. “I really am not that interested in creating narratives where women don’t fight back when they are victimized or brutalized.”

For the show, she combined Lizzie’s character with a book-only character, Leila Begin, who in the book received a large cash settlement some years ago after being impregnated by Laurens Bancroft. Then Kalogridis gave Lizzie–and by extension, Leila–the opportunity for vengeance.

“The idea that there’s not going to be violence in this kind of world, that isn’t something that I feel is emotionally true or authentic to this kind of story. Noir is noir is noir. It is violent. It is dark. But what my stories do have is women who fight back, and frequently fight back successfully,” she said. “In the original novel, Kovacs goes up there [to Head in the Clouds] and wins all on his own. In the series, Lizzie saves his ass. If it weren’t for Lizzie coming up to get him, and Ortega going back for him, he wouldn’t have won. They would not have triumphed if it weren’t for the women.”

“What happens to Lizzie in the story is horrible,” she concluded. “But instead of making it kind of a backburner thing that you talk about it, we put it front and center, and then we give her a voice and a chance to change and do something about what happened to her.”

Altered Carbon is available now on Netflix. There’s been no announcement so far of a second season, but if the show does move forward, it will no doubt be interesting to see how Kalogridis continues to adapt the books.

In the meantime, check out GameSpot’s Altered Carbon review; what the show’s cast and creators think Altered Carbon’s best scenes are; our glossary of the show’s weirdest terms and concepts; why we think it’s the Game of Thrones of cyberpunk; the show’s message, according to the people who made it; and the reason why there’s so much violence and nudity.

Mystery of Shadow of the Colossus’ Secret Coins Revealed

The remake of Shadow of the Colossus for PS4 contains hidden coins not found in the original, and now their purpose has been revealed.

As reported by Kotaku, popular trophy hunting YouTuber Brian, more commonly known by his handle, PS4Trophies, worked together with the larger community to find every coin, and discover what they did.

Warning: Major Shadow of the Colossus spoilers follow.

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Steam’s Next Free Weekend Games Now Available

PC gamers looking for something new to play this weekend have a couple of options to choose from right now, courtesy of Steam. Two great games, Cities: Skylines and Disc Jam, are both free to play on the digital store for the next couple of days.

From now until Sunday, February 11, Steam users can install and play the aforementioned titles at no cost. Cities: Skylines is a city-management sim in the vein of SimCity. GameSpot called it “the best city-builder on the market right now” in our Cities: Skylines review. Disc Jam, meanwhile, is a fast-paced frisbee game reminiscent of Windjammers. Two to four players compete to throw a disc into the opposing team’s end zone, using a variety of over-the-top abilities.

If you like what you’ve played of the titles and are interested in picking either up, you also have a chance to snag them at a nice discount. Both games are on sale in Steam until Monday, February 12. The base version of Cities: Skylines runs for $7.49, while Disc Jam is available for $9. You can also pick up the Cities: Skylines Collection bundle, which includes all of the game’s expansion packs such as After Dark and Natural Disasters, at a discount. The bundle typically costs $121.89, but it has been reduced to $55.90 until Monday.

You can download Cities: Skylines from Steam here and Disc Jam here. Both games have also been released for other platforms; Cities: Skylines is available for PS4 and Xbox One, while Disc Jam is on PS4 and now Switch, arriving to Nintendo’s console as part of the 13 new Switch games released this week.

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Potential Cloverfield 4 Is a ‘Crazy Movie,’ J.J. Abrams Says

What may be Cloverfield 4 is a “crazy movie,” according to  producer J.J. Abrams.

In an interview with Digital Spy, Abrams briefly touched on the potential fourth Cloverfield film, called Overlord for now, and how it could fit into the Cloverfield franchise. Though the filmmaker remained vague about whether the movie will end up actually being Cloverfield 4, despite recent reports suggesting it is, Abrams is still excited about the project nonetheless.

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How Many People Know Who Batman Is in the DCEU?

While not as easy to piece together as – say – figuring out Clark Kent is actually Superman, anyone who’s determined enough, and searches hard enough, could surely surmise that Batman is billionaire Bruce Wayne.

Still, you want it to be a challenge for that person, right? They shouldn’t just be able to stumble across the information, especially if they weren’t even actively looking for it. But ever since Alfred escorted Vicki Vale into the Batcave back in 1989 because he thought she was Bruce’s soulmate after one date, the Batman films have had some issues when it comes to keeping secrets. Even Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy had the Caped Crusader clueing in those close to him about his alter ego.

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24 Things on Amazon Under $20 to Order Right Now to Brighten Up Your Day

If you buy something through this post, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use.

One of the best things about Amazon Prime is its shipping. It’s bulletproof. Two-day shipping is free and for a few bucks, you can get stuff the next day.

Depending on where you live, ordering something on a Friday means the free Prime shipping won’t get it there until Tuesday, but if you don’t mind dropping a couple bucks, you can clear out the malaise of an average Monday by giving your future-self a nice gift.

Not a member? Remember you can nab a Prime 30 day free trial and enjoy all the benefits, for free.

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