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Life is Strange #3 Review

The girls find themselves back in Arcadia Bay in Life is Strange #3 to try and find closure after receiving an invite to the...

Rivers of London #1 Review

Authors Ben Aaronovitch and Andrew Cartmel have recently brought the former’s urban-fantasy-noir to the realm of graphic fiction with the release of Rivers of London Issue #1: Action at a Distance, distributed by Titan Comics. The text is masterfully brought to life by Brian Williamson, with colors and letters by Stefani Renne and Rob Steen, respectively.

Stranger Things #1 Review

With the success of the Netflix original series Stranger Things, it's no surprise that Dark Horse felt the need to make a comic to...

Sea of Thieves #2 Review

Sea of Thieves #1 from Titan Comics had a pretty difficult job to do: Introduce a story into a world where the players themselves tell the tales. That being said, the comic introduced us to a cast of characters perfectly fitting the cut-throat world of Sea of Thieves and had me fully invested, but does this continue in Sea of Thieves #2? You god damn better believe it.

Sea of Thieves #1 Review

Sea of Thieves is Rare's latest big hit which throws players into a world of pirate shenanigans. As they embark on the titular Sea...

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!

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...

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 #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...

X-Men Blue #9 Review – Mental Breakdowns and Breakthroughs

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...

Spider-Men II #2 – Taskmaster, Team-Ups and Takedowns

If you missed our talk on Spider-Men II #1 you can find it here. Now I would like to apologise for some slight mis-information and...

X-Men Blue #8 Review – Frosty Reception

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...

Spider-Men II #1 Review – Back with the Boys Again

Everyone knows Spider-Man's origin story, it's a cult classic! Everyone also knows that Spider-man has a looooong history that contains a whole host of...

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Turtle Rock Studios, the developer behind the original Left 4 Dead co-operative zombie shooter, has announced a spiritual successor to the series, Back 4...