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If you like noir, cop stories and smart sci-fi, this book combines them all into one fabulous package.
The security software specialists at Norton have put out a new interactive infographic seeking to inform the layperson of the history and ramifications of hacking.
Titan Books has performed nothing short of a vibrant homage to a hallmark story that is already legendary among British comics.
This novel is yet another delightful addition to Titan Books’ excellent Sherlock series.
I cannot say that this was an easy book to wade through, nor was it particularly well-written. But it is a thoroughly educational, unadulterated view of the process of a successful writer.
The main problem with Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is that it’s too little improvement and too late for the novelty.
While any comic lover would enjoy reading this exciting and truly unique fantasy adventure, Canadians in particular need to support and celebrate this new volume of Brok Windsor comics for the historical awareness it possesses.
BigWhiteBazooka Photography’s new book, successfully backed on Kickstarter, is available for pre-order. Here are some beautiful images of his work with different cosplayers including some very popular ones like Nadyasonika and Crystal Graziano.
The Fade Out is another winning title for Image Comics. It captured my imagination and every character is an enigmatic treasure to discover. Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips really deliver.
It’s well known that games like the Marvel Matching Game that force you to exercise your memory muscles not only develop said memory early on but help maintain its sharpness well into adult life and even the golden years. As such, they’re perfect for cross-generation gameplay between kids and adults or seniors.
Solid story, action and art make ‘Punisher, Vol. 1: Black and White’ a great book for those who are either new to Marvel comics or are looking for an accessible reentry into a world they might have once left behind.
If you’re a parent, I implore you to buy this book and give it to your kids. Raise them on Captain America because there are enough young people out there already who aspire to be like Tony Stark or Wolverine but not enough who aspire to be like Steve Rogers, and that is what we need more of.
For our money, David Aja’s smooth, iconographic style is one of the best and most interesting in comics today, so we were excited to be able to have this interview with him.
Excellent art and some interesting ideas aren’t quite enough to make this ambitious but messy riff on Captain America work.