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Kim Reaper #1 Review

Kim Reaper #1 is one random, out there comic, BUT that doesn't mean its bad. It's hard to predict what is going to happen in...

Comic Book Review: Justice League 3001 #8

Does anyone else remember that old Busted song about the Year 3000? Does that mean the Justice League 3001 are teaming up with Busted? Probably not. By the way, this Justice League is not made up of 3001 characters, that would just be silly.

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.

Comic Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #5

While waiting with baited breath for Issue 2 of Mighty Morphon Power Rangers: Pink, I totally forgot that Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 5 came out, and after reading I finished reading it, I was very glad that I didn't.

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.

Robotech #5 Review – Something Else is Going on…

A new story arc and mystery begins in Robotech!

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.

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...

Tekken #2 Review – Another Knock Out

The second issue of Tekken continues the fast paced story and action the first issue proved it could achieve.

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...

A Brief Comic Review of Superman #2 and Flash #1

What do Superman and the Flash have in common? Except being in the same universe, being on the same superhero team, and both having sidekicks in DC Rebirth? They both have super-speed that's what.

Comic Review: Avengers K – The K Stands for Krakken

Have you ever wanted to read some of the biggest Avengers comics in clip-note form? Well Avengers K is for you. Marvel's latest attempt to sell its capes and masks to Asia before Fox or Sony can.

Comic Review: Power Rangers Pink #1

It's the first issue from a spin-off series to Boom Studios Power Rangers release. This issue follows the first Pink Ranger stepping out on her own, but is our first solo series any good? Or did it totally fail to power up?

Comic Review: Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade

It's been delayed more times than an alien invasion to earth, but finally, Frank Miller and friends have released their one-shot explaining how Robin died and lead to Bruce Wayne hanging up the cape and cowl for ten very long years.

Comic Review: Captain Marvel #1

It may be another new Captain Marvel series, but will this one continue the cult success of Marvel's new heavy hitter? Or will this be the Iron Man 2 of this long-running saga? Let's review Captain Marvel #1 and find out.


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Grand Theft Auto 6 Potentially Leaked by Employee Resume

We may finally have confirmation that Grand Theft Auto 6 is in the works, courtesy of the resume of a 3D artist who worked...