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A Note from the Publisher

It’s been a year. A year since I decided I wanted to create a blog about gaming. While we didn’t grow at exponential rates, nor are we all millionaires (not even close!) we did see some growth and some changes. When we first started out it was just me attempting to write about things I

Review: Croak #1

New from Alterna Comics this week is the horror comic Croak #1. This new title for Alterna is written by Cody Andrew Sousa, with art by Francesco Iaqinta. Dezi Sienty did the lettering and design, Chris O’Halloran is the colorist and Dan Sheppard is credited as the editor. This is a horror comic and is

Review: The Totally Awesome Hulk #9

When I first learned about The Totally Awesome Hulk I wasn’t too excited. I mean, how could Marvel take Hulk away from Bruce Banner? That’s what I grew up with! I suppose all things must change, though. As I am pretty hooked into Civil War II, I am buying every title that ties into the

Review: Kingpin #2

Continuing in the Marvel event, Civil War II, is Kingpin #2 released Aug. 3, 2016. Written by Matthew Rosenburg, with cover art by Aaron N. Kuder, Kingpin #2 picks up with Wilson Fisk trying to “take back his city.” Idle Hands Are the Devil’s Play Things Based during the events of Civil War II where

Review: Patsy Walker A.K.A. Hellcat! 8

The was nothing about Patsy Walker A.K.A. Hellcat #8’s cover that made me think this book was going to be an entertaining read. Apparently, my memory is short lived, though, as I had forgotten about the issues with She-Hulk in the current Civil War II that is spreading across the Marvel universe. To be honest,

Review: Raygun #3

New from Alterna Comics this week is the third installment of Raygun. Raygun follows the story of a young boy who has come into the possession of the “Death Ray” created by famous scientist, Nikola Tesla and the government’s desire to acquire it. Reading this book was a step off the beaten path for me

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