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Wonder Woman #53 cover by David Yardin

Wonder Woman #53 Review: Good Art and Solid Scripting

Wonder Woman, Aztek, and Artemis have found Atalanta but now must face even more of the creatures that serve Tezcatlipoca in the Thirteen Heavens. The shadow god has done much to damage the Thirteen Heavens, including killing Quetzalcoatl. Diana, Artemis, and Aztek will have to face Tezcatlipoca himself should they wish to save the mortal […]

Wonder Woman #52 cover by David Yardin

Wonder Woman #52 Review: A Wacky and Fun Team-Up Book

Aztek’s helmet displays a message that indicates the location of an Amazon fighting Tezcatlipoca in a place called the Smoking Mirror. Naturally, Aztek seeks the aid of Wonder Woman whom learns that the Amazon is named Atalanta, who lead a nomadic tribe of Amazons that split off from those on Themyscira. She knows another member […]

Assassin's Creed: Origins

Ubisoft Censors Nude Statues in Assassin’s Creed: Origins’ Discovery Tour

The newly enabled discovery mode in Assassin’s Creed: Origins may be one of the most historically accurate ways to explore ancient Egypt, but at least one detail has been altered to match modern conservative sensibilities. Statues of nude figures have been censored with seashells (generally not seen in ancient art and also very uncommon for Egyptian art […]

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Assassin’s Creed: Origins’ New Game Plus Mode Now Available

The new game+ mode for Assassin’s Creed: Origins has gone live today, allowing players to bring a number of things with them forward into a run of the game. Players who finish Bayek’s adventure the first time around can start again with their abilities, outfits, experience, inventory items, and level all completely intact. It should […]

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Ubisoft to Focus on Assassin’s Creed: Origins Instead of New Game

Ubisoft is “concentrating at the moment” on Assassin’s Creed: Origins, rather than a new entry in the once-annual franchise — which is probably a good thing. Ubisoft announced back in 2016 that they would not be making another Assassin’s Creed game that year because the one they were working on required “more polish.” And what […]

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 cover by Frank Quitely

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 Review: Strange, Meta, Yet Still Clichéd

Retconn is trying to sell off Prime Earth to a buyer, and the ground zero for making Prime Earth more appealing is Happy Harbor, Rhode Island. They have made it into a homogenized Rockwellian nightmare, with Milkman Man keeping the populace dosed with a milk to keep them this way. The Doom Patrol arrives into […]




Nick Fury (The Younger) Gets First Solo Series From James Robinson And ACO This Spring

Earlier today, Bleeding Cool Rumormonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston went off to the pub to hang out with comics industry insiders, but is one of them a secret double agent, feeding information on Rich’s movements to Marvel so they can time announcements to avoid his notorious scoops and spoilers? We have to assume that’s the case, because […]

Tales from the Four Color Closet: Top 5 LGBTQ in Comics in 2015

By Joe Glass Yes, I write an LGBTQ interest comic. No, I am not going to include it in this list. Thankfully, in one respect, there have been quite a lot of awesome steps forward in LGBTQ representation and coverage in comics this year. So much so that listing just five is doing somewhat of […]