The Avengers Endgame Review

By Nolan P. Smith The entire Marvel Cinematic Universe has been building to this moment, to the endgame. In last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, we saw our heroes lose in a fight against the Mad Titan, Thanos, and half of existence paid the price. Now that Avengers: Endgame is here, does it live up the colossal expectations placed on it? […]

Life is Strange – Dust Review

By Steven Seggerman If you’ve been following my game reviews, or know anything about me at all, you’re probably aware of (and tired of hearing about) my deep love for the Life is Strange series. Choice, and how that choice affects the world in strange, and sometimes, devastating ways was one of the many things that made the series so […]

Spencer & Locke 2 #1 Review- Back in Action

By Kevin Hoskinson Spencer & Locke first came on the scene in 2017, and it quickly grew a huge cult following. The series was a unique story that combined the wonder of “Calvin and Hobbes” and the dark grittiness of “Sin City” to create one of the best psychological thrillers to hit the shelves in a long time. The story […]

Fallen World #1 Review: The Sky is Falling

By Wudood Omran Valiant Entertainment has blessed us once again with the release of Fallen World #1. The story picks up in the year 4002 in the common era. Earth’s surface is uninhabitable, so to escape turmoil New Japan is created. A world in the skies to keep humans safe. In this world, positronics are a slave class controlled by […]

The World of Black Hammer Encyclopedia Hits Stores This July

By Staff Reports If you’re a fan of the Eisner Award-winning series but have questions about the weird and wonderful world filled with Golden Age pulp heroes and alien warlords then you won’t want to miss this! Critically acclaimed writer and Black Hammer co-creator Jeff Lemire is teaming up with writer Tate Brombal to explore the colorful characters that populate […]

Wulfborne #2 Review: Further Down We Go

By Nolan P. Smith I love reviewing second issues. First issues could hit every note I look for, wow me and leave me waiting for the next issue. But the second issue, that’s when we see if a story has legs, that when we see if a book can keep our attention for more than 22 pages or so. So […]

Once Our Land Book 1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith I had heard great things about Once Our Land. The unique book from Scout Comics caught my eye, and with a second volume already out, I decided to dive into this new world and give it a shot. From Peter Ricq, this is a graphic novel that stands out from most books on the shelf. Sure, […]

Section Zero #1 Review

By Wudood Omran Big Foot, The Loch Ness Monster, UFO’s, whether you believe these phenomena are real or not, what if the government really was hiding the reality of their existence. Karl Kesel and Tom Grummett have created a universe where they those creatures and many more are tamed and tested by the special force team, Section Zero. This team […]

Cold Blood Samurai #1 Review

By Steven Seggerman What do you get when you take The Last Samurai, turn Tom Cruise and the rest of the cast into reptiles, then mash it up with The War of Mice and Frogs? You get this unique twist on real and tumultuous times in our history. We see the internal struggle for peace from our main character, who […]

Degrees of Separation Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Degrees of Separation is a fun indie 2D platformer developed by indie studio Moondrop and published by Modus Games. It follows Ember and Rime, two characters from different worlds, but with a common goal. While it’s fun to play by yourself, the experience really opens up when you play with a friend. The story follows nature spirits […]

Xena: Warrior Princess #1 Review

By Nolan P. Smith Wait, we are in 2019, and I am reviewing a comic book based on Xena: Warrior Princess? That’s right, thanks to Dynamite, Xena is back in an adventure filled with action, humor, and a clash with a dark god. It feels like I am back in the ’90s, and I love it. From writer Vita Ayala […]

Hellboy: The Art of the Motion Picture Review

By Nolan P. Smith I love artbooks. I love seeing the creative process and how a concept comes to life. With the Art of the latest Hellboy film, Dark Horse brings a fantastic look at the world of Hellboy in 2019. The 175-page book is packed with concept art, illustrations, designs, and accompanying comic book art that fits into the […]

The Hellboy Review

By Nolan P. Smith Since it was first announced, the new Hellboy film has been circled in controversy, the main topic being: no Ron Pearlman? Not my Hellboy. But to make such a statement without giving this new iteration a shot, that’s is just insane. Well, the latest version of Hellboy is here, right hand of doom and all. So […]

Vaporum Review

By Steven Seggerman Vaporum is a game that checks all the boxes for me. Tactical, strategic combat on a grid map with deep RPG elements? Shut up and take my money. However, right away I knew I was going to have a lot of mixed feelings about the game. The intro and storytelling are questionably decent, but the gameplay itself […]

The Life and Death of Toyo Harada #2 Review

By Wudood Omran The second issue in this series starts by going back in time so you can see a young Toyo learning his real powers. And throughout this issue, this scene of a young Toyo on his ship in the middle of a storm is a lesson they continuously revisit. Toyo insists that they sail through the storm, instead […]

Faithless #1 Review

By Kevin Hoskinson BOOM! Studios presents a unique and dazzling story about dating in the 21st century, magic and other modern-day problems. Faith is a young woman who likes to dabble in magic. Her friends think she is a bit crazy, but also find that it’s part of her charm. Everything seems relatively normal in Faith’s life until she runs […]

Generation Zero Review

By Steven Seggerman Generation Zero is a first-person survival game that takes place in ‘80s Sweden during a post-apocalyptic event. The “we made killer robots, and we’re surprised they’ve turned on us” variety of apocalypse we’ve all come to know and dread. There’s no real story here, other than a quick set up and some overly simplified “quest” dialogue. Generation […]

The Galaxy Awaits- The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Coming This November

By Staff Reports Dark Horse Books, Lucasfilm Ltd., Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts present The Art of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The new book, which was created in close collaboration between the four companies, is a full-color, oversized hardcover volume that captures the design process of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, a galaxy-spanning, action-adventure video game from Respawn Entertainment […]

Mark Millar & Image/Netflix Announce SPACE BANDITS Comic Book & Special Limited Edition Covers Illustrated By Artist Legends

By Staff Reports Today, Netflix and Mark Millar announce their latest project created in-house, Space Bandits—a female led sci-fi story, described by Millar as a female Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid set in space with a massive and exciting cast of characters. Superstar Artist Matteo Scalera will illustrate the comic-book translation of this original Netflix property, published by Image […]

Linebreakers Celebrates Free Comic Book Day and Star Wars Day on May 4th in Victorville

By Staff Reports Linebreakers, the High Desert’s premiere game and hobby store in historic downtown Victorville, will be celebrating Free Comic Book Day and Star Wars Day on May 4th with a day filled with games, demonstrations, and of course, free comic books. “We invite the entire High Desert to join as we celebrate free comic books and the amazing […]

Elder Scrolls Blades Review

By Steven Seggerman After months of being teased by Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls: Blades is finally here! I got my Early Access pass, jumped in, and was immediately blown away by what I saw. The graphics are unreal for a mobile game, something you really must see to believe. It’s not a perfect game by any account, in fact, it’s […]

Family Man Review

By Wudood Omran New York City has always been a city of crime and chaos. New York’s finest, the boys in blue, have always been there to either protect or partake. Jerome Charyn & Joe Staton help us paint a picture of NYC if the chaos was full blown in their new graphic novel, “Family Man.” They set the scene […]

Newbury & Hobbes: The Undying Collection Review

By Kevin Hoskinson Newbury & Hobbes are back and this time in comic book form. As the book series hits its 10th anniversary, author George Mann along with artist Dan Boultwood bring this world to vivid life. For those of you unfamiliar, Sir Maurice Newbury is a gentleman “investigator for the crown,” and Miss Veronica Hobbes is his assistant. Together, […]

Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor Volume 1 Review

By Daniel Schwartz Publisher: Titan Comics Writer: Jody Houser Artist: Rachael Stott Tired of waiting through another long hiatus between seasons of Doctor Who? No problem! Titan Comics has you covered. Continuing the tales of the current Thirteenth Doctor, this collection brings together the first four issues of the new comic series. Featuring the Thirteenth Doctor and her current TV […]

Lazarus Risen #1 Review

By Wudood Omran The universe created by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark continues to grow, and boy oh boy I couldn’t be more thankful. “Lazarus Risen” picks up with the Carlyle family backed into a corner, with all other families surrounding them. The beginning of the comic has a short character list and a mini-prologue to help along anyone who […]

Operencia: The Stolen Sun Review

By Steven Seggerman Operencia: The Stolen Sun sounds like your typical run-of-the-mill RPG. At first glance, I didn’t see anything that stood out from the rest. However, after having spent just half an hour with the game, I could tell there was something special here. You’re going to need to give it half an hour though, seriously, that intro level […]