Fire Pro Wrestling World, retains the series signature 16-bit-era graphics which might make the game a tough sell at full price, but if you’re a real wrestling fanatic, this is one of those cases where you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.
The 7th annual Breakthroughs Film Festival is set to take place in Toronto at the Royal Cinema on June 15th and 16th, highlighting emerging female filmmakers from around the world.
Having nothing new on my plate to review, my gaming wanderlust has been out in full force the last couple of weeks. Yet, as the title of this column suggests it can be summed up in just three words: starving, starving, slashing.
‘The Council’ just so happens to be – despite a few notable flaws – my favourite thing I’ve played so far this year.
We take a look at two new graphic novels out this month: ‘Dark Tales: The Hound of the Baskervilles’ and ‘Legend of Sumeria.’
This week’s episode of ‘The Alienist’ opens with a requiem and ends with a cliffhanger.
We live in a world where major retailers are either drastically reducing or completely phasing out their CD sections, a world where rock and roll has been completely devalued by rampant streaming and piracy.
This week I swung by BMV and picked up two fresh trades from my two favourite super teams: Teen Titans and The X-Men!
This week I got a fresh look at a few Number 1 issues and a trade from Image Comics as well as some from Zenescope. What did I think? Keep reading!
Hey there comic fans, I’m here in the home office in chilly Cobourg, Ontario, so that must mean its time for Heroes and Villains! This week I strapped in for … Continue reading Heroes and Villains: February 1, 2018
Based on its first two episodes, The Alienist seems well on its way to becoming something special, and fans of the novel will enjoy seeing the characters come to life.
In today’s column I will be taking a look at the first two volumes of Injection by one of my favourite writers, Warren Ellis, as well as some titles from Zenescope, Dark Horse and Boom Studios.