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GHOST GIANT’s Gripping Diorama Puts VR in a Storytelling Medium of...

How becoming a virtual guardian angel in Ghost Giant proves VR is a canvas of its own for artists.

SW CELEBRATION: When Order 66 Ends FALLEN ORDER Begins in EA’s...

EA's newest Star Wars game puts players on the run after the execution of Order 66.

The Sequel To BLACK Makes a Powerful Statement in WHITE

Can a world where only one race has superpowers not erupt in a second civil war?

C2E2 ’19: MORTAL KOMBAT 11 Panel Reveals New Characters, Including The...

The next fighters on the road to MK11 are revealed at C2E2

MARVEL FUTURE FIGHT Adds Another Chapter to X-Force Vs. Brotherhood of...

X-Force vs. The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants but this time for your phone.

ICYMI: MORTAL KOMBAT 11 Adds More Familiar Characters to its Lineup

The battle for the non-comic realms gets a returning kombatant.

INTERVIEW: ERIC POWELL On 20 Years of THE GOON and The...

Eric Powell's Albatross Funnybooks company has had some interesting titles such as Hillbilly, and the Spook House anthology but the creator best known for one...

INTERVIEW: A Look Back at Making LEGO MARVEL With Developer TT...

TT Games takes a trip down memory lane with the release of the LEGO Marvel Collection.

Review: DEVIL MAY CRY 5 Brings The Devil With A Cause...

Dante and the super demon friends are back and better than ever!

EXCLUSIVE: Peek Behind The Creative Process of Gareth Hinds Adaptation of...

On March 12, Candlewick Press will publish Gareth Hinds' latest adaptation of not only a classic piece of literature but a cultural staple, The...
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NSS: The Bouncing Souls, 30 Years of Being Music’s True Believers.

Once again talking about everything outside the pages and today I get to say thank you to the music that picks us up when we need it.

INTERVIEW: AHOY Comics New Boogie and What The Revenge of The...

Stuart Moore talks about his love letter to 70's fantasy and science fiction while Paul Constant gives 80's kids back their childhood comedies.