Cassidee Moser

Cassidee Moser
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Geek. Intrepid freelance writer.Find my work on Joystiq, IGN, GamesRadar, CG Magazine, and Leviathyn.
Latest Articles From Cassidee Moser
Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India (PS4) Review 10

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India (PS4) Review

Here’s a controversial opinion: the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles games do a better job of capturing what the blockbuster Ubisoft series is about than the core games in the series. Being an assassin...
Scarlett Couture (Comic) Review

Scarlett Couture (Comic) Review

As I read it, I can’t help but feel that Scarlett Couture is the Charlie’s Angels sequel we deserve. It’s sassy, campy, and dripping with femininity that at times borders on...
Comic Spotlight: All-New Deadpool - 2015-12-22 17:56:10

Comic Spotlight: All-New Deadpool

Deadpool has been through a lot over the past year. He’s lost loved ones, died at one point, and is now working out his new identity as one of the Avengers. In...
Quest for the Time Bird (Comic) Review 3

Quest for the Time Bird (Comic) Review

Quest for the Time Bird sells itself as being influenced by the likes of The Princess Bride. It toes the line of parody and serious work, uses absurdist humor and action...
Comic Spotlight – Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 - 2015-12-09 14:43:29

Comic Spotlight – Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1

“My brain is all the super-power I need.” Of all the dialogue found on the 24 pages contained within Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1, this was easily one of the more...
The Pull List: Nov 24th - 2015-11-23 14:54:27

The Pull List: Nov 24th

There’s a deluge of comics releasing each week, and it’s often hard to discover some of the cooler series available online and on retail shelves. To help you out, here are...
21st Century Tank Girl Volume 1 (Comic) Review 3

21st Century Tank Girl Volume 1 (Comic) Review

As a newcomer to the Tank Girl series, I was eager to dive into its wacky and hyper-violent world, but was ultimately put off by the ridiculousness of it feeling a...
Assassin’s Creed #2 (Comic) Review 3

Assassin’s Creed #2 (Comic) Review

The first issue of the five-part Assassin’s Creed miniseries Trial By Fire wasn’t earth-shattering. It felt a bit rushed and confused, ushered along at a breakneck speed to make sure the...
Assassin’s Creed: Trial By Fire Part 1 (Comic) Review 4

Assassin’s Creed: Trial By Fire Part 1 (Comic) Review

There’s no reason why I shouldn’t like this book. It stars a young woman, builds on the interesting premise of Assassin’s Creed’s unique fiction, and dips into the strange, hyperbolic era...
Aberford: Breaking Down Societal Norms in the Zombie Apocalypse

Aberford: Breaking Down Societal Norms in the Zombie Apocalypse

Aberford is a zombie apocalypse game with something to say. It isn’t the type of survival game with which we’re familiar, dominated by survivors scavenging for supplies while keeping hordes of the...
Five Indie Comics to Add to Your Pull List - 2015-08-05 02:26:58

Five Indie Comics to Add to Your Pull List

With new film adaptations releasing, experimental spin-offs enjoying success, post-event announcements, secret wars being fought, and the convergence of multiple realms, there’s a lot of activity in today’s comic industry. Perhaps even...
Card Hunter (PC) Review

Card Hunter (PC) Review

There’s a reason why playing Dungeons & Dragons is so much fun; not only is it a chance to meet with friends, but its open-ended nature allows for people to do...