We’ve followed the the life of Cole Phelps from the moment he joined the LAPD until…well, the end of LA Noire. We think we’ve seen every case he’s every taken and solved but we’re wrong. Watch Cole Phelps solve the “Pantyhose” case.
Want to own the episodes of Mortal Kombat: Legacy in the palm of your hands? Well, GET OVER HERE!
Mortal Kombat: Legacy proved to a successful mini-series of the famed Mortal Kombat series. It wonderfully told the origin stories of the many iconic Mortal Kombat characters. The first season is set to finalize with the final episode based on Cyrax and Sektor set to premiere at the Comic Con next week, but talks of…
Everyone loves a good origin story for good comic book heroes (and villains). Marvel continues to capitalize on their success from comic book-licensed movies with X-Men First Class. But does the movie live up the hype? How does it fare against its predecessors? Check out our review to see.
That’s right. Your favorite CEO will have a small cameo in the next Brad Pitt movie. And it’s about Baseball!
DC Universe Online Legends #7 is probably the most disappointing issue I’ve read thus far. Why? Because I watched the climax of this issue a couple of months ago. And if you buy these comis because its video game counterpart interested you enough, maybe you did, too.
I’m a little disappointed with DCUO Legends #6. In my review for #5, I ended the reviewing saying that I was waiting for an issue of DCUO Legends to disappoint me the way inFamous #1 has. While it isn’t that bad, there is one thing that stood out in particular and made a big difference.…
DC Universe Online continues to break the mold for terrible game tie-in comics and it feels like a dream. After five issues, Mike S. Miller, Andrianna Melo and Norman Lee have continued to make the comic series astonishing to look at.
DC Universe Online Legends 4 is perhaps my least favorite entry in the comic series. As the artwork was at its prime during issue #3, our friends John Livesay and Howard Porter ruined such a good thing. But the art isn’t even the most disappointing thing about the issue. The most disappointing thing about this…
And here I was thinking that Superman #708 was the worst comic issue I’ve read during my recent comic book obsession. But inFAMOUS #1 surely takes the crown. Why does this issue disappoint me and why am I hesitant about buying future issues? This is going to be my shortest review yet.