Much like Lee Bermejo’s recent graphic novel “Batman Noel”, “Batman: Through the Looking Glass” takes a classic piece of literature and uses it as a foundation on which to build an engrossing Batman tale. The book, from writer Bruce Jones and artist Sam Kieth, is a worthy purchase for any fan of unorthodox Batman tales (i.e. Grant Morrison’s “Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth).
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The first new Joes of 2012 have hit, in the form of Big Bad Toy Store’s awesome new GI Joe 7-packs! The two packs are reaching into the most badass corners of the Joe universe, and delivering two of the toughest teams to the Modern Era– Slaughter’s Marauders and The Dreadnoks!Each set includes seven great figures that round out a big part of the 25th Anniversary collection with some modern updates to these two teams of classic characters. Let’s take a closer look at the Dreadnoks and Slaughter’s Marauders!!
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It’s another solid week in the realm of new comics. Some stories are coming to an end while others are just getting started with all new characters, time periods, and some serious plot twists. It’s a great time to be a comic fan!
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Thanks to the approaching holiday looming over me like Bane, wanting nothing more than to break my wallet forever, I had to choose my purchases carefully. In a week with many big titles, this was no easy task. Read on to see which titles are most worth picking up!
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The holidays are upon us, and what better way to get in the Christmas spirit than to celebrate with some of the Bat-family? This week we’ll check out the fourth issues of Batwoman and Batgirl as well as the new graphic novel Batman: Noel by Lee Bermejo.
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Modern video games have evolved into something of an art form; able to deliver complex and thought-provoking narratives with realistic characters and situations that you can truly invest yourself in, providing a cinematic experience to the player. The Saint’s Row series, however, throws any semblance of balance and realism out the window in favor of what is frankly the most entertaining game of the year. Continue reading “Saints Row: The Third – Your New Guilty Pleasure” »
This was a strong week for new comics, with dark and disturbing stories abound. Find out which of them are most worth picking up…if you dare.
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While this was a relatively quiet week for new comics quantity-wise, the quality of some of these books makes up for it in spades. The best books include an astronaut who only dreams of going to space and a blind hero with a new lease on life. Keep reading to find out what they are!
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When a game advertises itself as a spiritual successor to the legendary Gradius, shooter fans are bound to take notice. After all, in the mid eighties, vertical and side-scrolling shooters ruled coin-op arcades and Gradius was among the best. Enter Otomedius Excellent which, while aping the old-school formula, shows us how far games in this genre have evolved. Continue reading “Otomedius Excellent is the Breast Shooter Around” »