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Bloodborne #2 Review

Finally the second issue of Titan Comics badass new series, Bloodborne, has released and like the premiere issue, it does not disappoint. My appreciation for this series continues to grow, if only the love and respect that has been infused into this comic was shared with every other video game comic adaptation!

Green Lantern Earth One Review

The Earth One Graphic Novel series is a place where writers can take time-tested DC characters and have some creative freedom to tell some great stories. Superman Earth One had the epic feel of an unused series of Superman movies that probably exist in another world. Now it's the turn of the Emerald Knight, Green Lantern in Green Lantern Earth One.

Bloodborne #1 Review – This Tie-In Doesn’t Disappoint

As far as video game comics go, Bloodborne #1 takes an incredible video game and  transforms the dark world into a gritty 2D story...

The Evil Within: The Interlude Review

For those that enjoyed the Evil Within, Titan Comic's The Evil Within: The Interlude is a nice way to bridge the two games. Coming from a series who's story can get muddy at times, this comic does a nice job helping flesh out just what exactly happened to lead up to the sequel, the Evil Within 2.

Titan Comics Tekken Collection Review

Titan Comics' Tekken Collection is a fun, fast read that wonderfully portrays the world of Tekken. While Tekken has been a staple brawler for...

Titan Comics The Wolfenstein Collection Review

Titan Comics has been pushing out more and more video game comics recently. It's always a gamble when taking a game and translating it...

Robotech #5 Review – Something Else is Going on…

A new story arc and mystery begins in Robotech!

Robotech #4 Review – Raise Shields for Battle!

The first arc is up, but who will live to see the end of it?

Dead of Winter #2 Review – All Too Fast

Realising that the Dead of Winter comicbook from ONI Press was actually an extension of an incredibly popular tabletop game was a huge eye opener. In this game anything can happen, and that's what makes it such a fantastic property to expand into a comicbook, however I can't help but think that there might be a little too much going on in the writers' heads.

Kill Them All Review – One Ridiculous, Nonsensical Ride

Unsure of what to expect, I went into this with no expectations of what I would find. To be honest, I'm still not sure...

Wolfenstein #1 Review

With the new game coming out in less than a months time, it is no surprise a comic adaptation has released to help get...

Review: X-Men Blue #10 & #11 – Toil and Trouble

X-Men Blue follows Marvel Girl and her team of time displaced X-Men as they try to prove themselves as heroes in a world ravaged...

Robotech #2 Review – Folding into to Something Interesting

The planet Earth is under attack and only crew of the SDF-1 stand a chance of stopping these mysterious invaders in their tracks... The second issue of Robotech is in our hands, so how did it fair?

Penny Dreadful: The Awakening #2.5 Review

Originally set to consist of four issues, Penny Dreadful: The Awakening has received a brand new story arc with a few more issues incoming....

Penny Dreadful: The Awakening #2.4 Review

Penny Dreadful: The Awakening #4 kicks things up a notch with its fourth instalment. From action, to thickening the plot with familiar old faces, Penny...

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