Now I could, without looking, tell you what Marvel, DC and Image have for sale this week: A bunch of super-hero comics, often with near-naked, female super-heroes on the cover. What does Dark Horse have for you this week?
One of the best video games of 2009 was Eidos Interactive’s Batman: Arkham Asylum. The game’s success can be attributed to its skillful blending of stealth and fighting play style, coupled with tight level and character designs. Helping out the title’s awesome factor was the fact that it did star Batman.
I’ve been typing my fingers down to the bone these days, working on exciting new book and column ideas. One of the projects I’m passionate about is my new book of Super-Hero puzzles and brainbusters. I’m halfway through!
Happy Thanksgiving folks and welcome to another exciting issue of your favorite manga update column. There’s a decent about of things showing up this week, but by no means one of those giant “everyting-comes-out-at-once” weeks. So if you have a lot of cooking and traveling to do, you will be glad to know there wont be 30 different books you know you have to pick up. But if you’re one of those who needs reading material because you can’t stand actually interacting with those creatures that call themselves your family, don’t worry there is still plenty of good stuff for you to distract yourself with.
The Times has published an article with recommendations of gifty graphic novels for the 2009 holiday season. I’ll have my own in the next few days, but theirs is an eclectic bag and includes many obvious choices (Scott Pilgrim, Fables, Gaiman books). One notable entry surprised me (in as much as I wouldn’t normally expect [...]
Where can the average American go to see super-powered mutants save the Earth from other super-powered mutants? How about if you had a great desire for monsters combating the undead? Let us, for the sake of argument, say someone very close to you would die unless they could experience adventures of a man dressed up [...]