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Bloodborne is a Fantastic Risk 2

Bloodborne Comic Incoming from Titan Comics

Fans of Bloodborne rejoice, From software's hard-as-nails lovecraftian romp. The new comic will be published by Titan comics. Bloodborne originally released back in 2015 and was met with both critical success and praise...
The Death of Stalin will be Prominent in 2017 1

The Death of Stalin will be Prominent in 2017

In 2017, the world is going to witness a whole new interpretation of Joseph Stalin. In fairness, nothing new will be discovered for those interested in the former Russian Dictator. However,...
Sherlock: A Study in Pink Manga Review 1

Sherlock: A Study in Pink Manga Review

Everyone enjoys a good mystery every now and then. We try to engage ourselves with the plot by analyzing the clues the author has left behind for us to decipher in...
Titan to Produce a New Tekken Comic

Titan to Produce a New Tekken Comic

Titan comics publishes an extremely diverse catalogue of comic books ranging from original books like Chimera Brigade and Peepland to its vast collection of licensed properties like Dark Souls and Dishonored. Now, Titan...
The Chimera Brigade #1 (Comic) Review 1

The Chimera Brigade #1 (Comic) Review

Alternate history can be a difficult genre. When done well it can lead to some of the most interesting and lasting stories out there, like Watchmen or The League of Extraordinary...
Triggerman #1 (Comic) Review 1

Triggerman #1 (Comic) Review

Most people don’t really understand hard-boiled detective stories. A good portion of modern riffs on the formula have some dude in a fedora call women “broads,” punch some random goons in...
Tank Girl Gold #1 Furry Road (Comic) Review 1

Tank Girl Gold #1 Furry Road (Comic) Review

Tank Girl is back in the new Gold mini-series that continues where the last one left off. One of Tank Girl's comrades has just been killed and she has a literal...
Warhammer 40K: Will of Iron (Comic) Review 1

Warhammer 40,000: Will of Iron (Comic) Review

It’s often difficult to keep track of who did what to whom in the Warhammer 40,000 universe. It’s so hard that you could easily imagine George R.R. Martin painting a few space...
Deus Ex Universe: Children's Crusade (Comic) Review

Deus Ex Universe: Children’s Crusade (Comic) Review

The world of Deus Ex is pretty brutal. I learned this pretty early on in my life by playing the original creation from Warren Spector back in 2000, just several years...
Rivers of London (Comic) Review 5

Rivers of London: Black Mould #1 (Comic) Review

Sometimes, especially around spooky season and going into the holiday season, I enjoy a good bit of supernatural camp. Maybe it was growing up on a steady dose of Tim Burton...
Peepland #1 (Comic) Review 1

Peepland #1 (Comic) Review

I feel like I have always been a fan of comic books. Considering that my childhood was surrounded by exquisite examples of the medium both in print and on television—Teenage Mutant...
Assassin's Creed: Locus #1 (Comic) Review 4

Assassin’s Creed: Locus #1 (Comic) Review

As the first issue of Assassin's Creed: Locus centres onto the setting of Pleasantville, New York in 1872, a feeling of dread washes over me—the art. Caspar Wijngaard manages to capture...