Rivers of London: Action At A Distance #1 is the first issue that mostly follows a past case about Thomas Nightingale from the books series of the same name, by Ben Aaronovitch. This particular mini-series takes place right after the events of The Hanging Tree. We are introduced to Thomas Continue Reading
Titan Comics are a world renowned graphic novel and comic book publisher, working alongside creator-owned comic books from new and world-renowned talent, and classic graphic novels re-mastered for brand-new audiences. With New York Comic Con rapidly approaching, we have gained information on what will be available and debuted by Titan Comics Continue Reading
To anyone who grew up on a steady diet of Dungeons and Dragons and fantasy novels as I did, Elric of Melniboné was our Cristiano Ronaldo and our David Bowie.
Not all stories start with a beginning, middle and end. Writers and storytellers will often use the middle as a starting point while transitioning back to the beginning to give the reader context. Only a handful of times will that story structure work but more often than not, the payoff isn’t Continue Reading
Another entry in this beautiful and stunning Dark Souls comic book series. In my previous review, I mentioned how the art style is one of the best aspects of about this series. Each panel looks like an oil/acrylic painting that leaps out of the page. You can take almost any Continue Reading
This is the final issue of this four-part miniseries of Assassin’s Creed Origins. Please read my previous reviews in case you haven’t been following this fun side story featuring Aya from the hit game Assassin’s Creed: Origins. We finally get the conclusion to both Aya’s and Cleopatra’s storylines while exploring the Continue Reading
How in the world do you write a comic around a simple arena shooter like Quake Champions? You have to be very clever and very imaginative to make the most of that scenario. You have to be writer Ram V.
Dark Souls isn’t going to be outdone by the likes of Bloodborne’s own comic book series! Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep is a series filled with mystery that explores the darkness of illness and The Hunt. That series cleverly uses game mechanics to add to its story but Dark Souls, on the other hand, takes Continue Reading
Each issue of Assassin’s Creed: Origin starts off with a small epilogue involving Cleopatra and her son. She is training her son in the ways of armed combat and crucial aspects of being a leader such as trust, loyalty, and deception. Cleopatra helps her son understand these important traits by recounting Continue Reading
The second issue in this mini-series offers what the first issue didn’t, exposition! You start to learn about the characters and the world of Yharnam and the Bloodborne franchise. The Hunter is trying to create a different world that he/she inhabits. Its comparable to the doll world where you find Continue Reading