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A strong showing from Square Enix is a big part of why Toy Fair 2013 was one of the best shows we’ve ever attended. Read the rest of this entry »
Out in Japan since late 2011, The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia is now available in North America. Check out our review to see if this hardcover history of the fan-favorite series is worth your time and money (spoiler: it is).
If you are a regular reader of Zenescope’s Grimm Universe line of titles, than Pat Shand is someone that should be very familiar with. It seems like his name is listed in the credits of half the books Zenescope publishes, from Grimm Universe to Godstorm to the hit miniseries Robyn Hood, his writing talents seem to be everywhere.
Now it has been announced that he will be working on a large portion of Zenescope’s huge summer event, Unleashed. The series, which will bring vampires, zombies, werewolves and the like into the Grimm Universe, promises to be huge is scope and have a lasting effect on all the Grimm titles Zenescope produces. Read the rest of this entry »
“Say the Word” begins during the aftermath of one of the most devastating episodes of The Walking Dead yet. However, instead of being drawn in, I was perpetually distracted. A full recap (and plenty of spoilers) can be found after the jump.
This week on The Walking Dead, SHIT GOT REAL. Spoilers!
In this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, the group encountered actual humans while still dealing with the aftermath of Hershel’s walker bite and leg loss, Michonne and Andrea were nowhere to be found, and I really hated one of the new characters. Thankfully, he didn’t last long. Let’s talk about “Sick” after the jump. There will be spoilers.
I know a lot of people love The Walking Dead TV show. I am not one of them. The incredible, heartbreaking, disturbing, nightmare-inducing comic series created by Robert Kirkman? Yes, absolutely. The episodic video game series produced by Telltale Games? Yup, one of my favorites of 2012. The first season of AMC’s The Walking Dead? For the most part, pretty good. The second season? A disaster.
Season three premiered this week, and I’ve got some thoughts about it. Spoilers ahead.
Check out our newest parody trailer, The Big Dovahkiin.
What is arguably the most anticipated comic book movie of the past decade arrives in theaters this week. Christopher Nolan’s final film in his Batman trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises, has an unbelievable amount of hype behind it, and there’s been a great deal of wondering if his third film in the franchise will be able to not only live up to expectations, but deliver a competent and complete finale to a (so far) stellar series. After seeing the film last night, it’s clear that Nolan hasn’t lost his touch, and though The Dark Knight Rises isn’t without its issues, Nolan’s swan song is easily the most impressive Bat-film to date.
Read on for our 100% spoiler-free review of The Dark Knight Rises.