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Comics Korner: Best of 2012

Another year, another bunch of awesome comics. It wasn’t easy to pick only five books to call the “Best of 2012”, but these are titles that any fan of awesome art and storytelling absolutely needs to check out.

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Nano Ninjas Review

Fans of tower defense and strategy games absolutely need to check out Nano Ninjas, the new iOS game that perfectly blends those two genres into a criminally addictive, charming, and challenging package. Keep reading for our full review.

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Comics Korner: Doctor Atlantis #4 Review

The guys at Rare Earth Comics had a special surprise for fans at this year’s New York Comic Con: a con-exclusive edition of Doctor Atlantis #4. Judging by this issue, huge things are on the horizon for the series; keep reading for our review.

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Comics Korner: Week of 10/17/12

In what will surely go down in history as one of the best weeks for comics ever, we get an amazing issue of Daredevil; Darwyn Cooke’s poignant and stirring Minutemen; and some absolutely brutal, action packed pages of Harbinger courtesy of the unstoppable Valiant.

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Movie Korner: Argo Review

Argo, a political thriller based on the accounts of an ex-CIA agent, sees Ben Affleck continuing his streak of fantastic directorial efforts. An effective mixture of humor, emotion and true suspense makes for a film that stands out in a year of great releases.

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NYCC 2012: The Future Looks Bright for a Darker Take on Tomb Raider

Away from the insanity of the Javits Center show floor, we were able to get some quality time with a pre-beta build of the upcoming Tomb Raider game. From what we saw, fans of the previous entries in the series and action/adventure games in general will want to keep their eyes locked on this one.

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NYCC 2012: Rayman Legends Co-op Impressions

The recent news that Rayman Legends, the successor to last year’s stellar Rayman Origins, has been delayed until 2013 is a major bummer. Playing a demo of the game on a Wii U console at NYCC has only made that news harder to bear, as my time with it left me wanting much, much more.

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Comics Korner: Unbearable #1 Review

One of the best parts of attending comic conventions is the opportunity to discover new books and the passionate writers and artists that create them. At Baltimore Comic Con, we came across Cliff Galbraith, a New Jersey native who started in comic books, branched out to TV and then returned to his first love. Keep reading for our impressions of one of his newly published comic books, Unbearable.

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Comics Korner: Week of 9/19/12

Daredevil returns this week after a fairly long break, but makes the wait worth it by being ridiculously awesome. Also this week, we get a classic Wonder Woman story and an eventful issue of Before Watchmen: Nite Owl.

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Fractured Soul Review

Fractured Soul for the Nintendo 3DS is a game full of contradictions. It’s both accessible and absurdly difficult; frustrating beyond reason but incredibly addictive; boilerplate but unique. But it’s definitely not for everybody. Keep reading to find out if it’s right for you.

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