@blueharvest72 doesn’t just like Mass Effect, he loves it. He also didn’t really understand the criticisms of the end of the game. Read his words
Comic book artist Tim Gibson has just released a trailer for his forthcoming online graphic novel, Moth City. From the blurb: Moth City is a comic about control, when we […]
After having purchased The Dark Knight Returns I watched the two episodes of Bruce Timm and Paul Dini’s much-loved animated series that come on the disk: Two Face Parts I & II. Simply put, these are the best two episodes I’ve ever seen. They work both as stand-alone stories and as a unit. Harvey Dent is as vulnerable as Batman fragile. The symbiosis between the two characters is worthy of canon and this is a story that deserves to be made into a prestige format.
This painted Batman effigy by Eisner Award winning artist Skottie Young is some of the best I’ve seen. I really like the other-worldly take on the character, the spindly building, […]
Parts one and two can be found here and here respectively. In Part 3 we investigate further Barack Obama’s clashes with Reverend Jesse Jackson on how to address the black […]
“…having worked and experienced the industry from the inside, I often feel that these, albeit sometimes overly aggressive and whiny criticisms aren’t given a fair hearing. I mean, we all know how businesses are run, right? We all know that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. So why should we simply trust journalists and websites whose existence is primarily controlled by the corporations they report on?”
Look what the postman brought!
“…I soon adjusted and thought I’d just concentrate on the story-telling itself, which is nothing short of superb. Paul Dini has told a tale battered wife syndrome within the Batman universe and he’s told it convincingly.”
The postman arrived!
Here are some excellent pictures from this year’s NYCC