Before jumping into Sega/Atlus Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, I had only started with last year’s Yakuza 0 prequel. Years of playing Grand Theft Auto, True Crime, and other games of the open world criminal genre let me foolishly believe I grasped the premise right away. Crime guy becomes the anti-hero through doing crimey things. […]
Hideo Kojima’s masterpiece of ridiculous and grounded thematic storytelling, Metal Gear Solid, has taken its place in the video game pantheon but its music will live on this Fall. The official METAL GEAR orchestral concert series will premiere for the first time outside of Japan in 2018. Begining in Los Angeles on October 10 and ending […]
The signs were there that James Tynion IV was wrapping up his well-received run on Detective Comics. There’s been some speculation about who was going to get the new assignment, but it turns out the answer was not on the list of usual suspects. It’s Bryan Hill. Hill’s currently writing Michael Cray as part of the Wildstorm […]
Each week, Alex Lu is highlighting the work of some of the coolest illustrators of our generation. Know anyone who should be featured (including yourself)? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. This Week: Reimena Yee has a style all her own. Educated with a STEM background and naturally introspective, Yee’s work is both whimsical and intensely methodical. Known best for her […]
And finally, the comparison chart of DC, Marvel and Image. So we can see where the biggest sales sit on the Direct Market Landscape. Standard disclaimers: The numbers are based on the Diamond sales charts as estimated by the very reliable John Jackson Miller. These charts are pretty accurate for U.S. Direct Market sales with the […]
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