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November 18, 2017

Other media on comic books

M.A.S.K. Mobile Armored Strike Kommand First Strike #1 (Review)

M.A.S.K. Mobile Armored Strike Kommand First Strike #1 IDW Publishing, November 2017 Writer: Aubrey Sitterson M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) is a toy and cartoon franchise that was originally created by Kenner (a now-defunct toy company) in 1985. It involved an altruistic paramilitary group and their rival criminal organization V.E.N.O.M. Like many of the cartoon/toy

Agent 47: Birth of a Hitman #1 (Review)

Agent 47: Birth of a Hitman #1 Dynamite Entertainment, November 2017 Writer: Christopher Sebela Contemporary video game plots can be intricate, heavy things, comprising thousands of man-hours of plot and backstory development, embodied in a “bible” which dictates the game’s continuity. The main problem with comic book adaptations of popular videogame franchises is that the

Angry Birds Game Play #1 (Review)

Angry Birds Game Play #1 Kaiken Publishing Ltd / IDW Publishing, January 2017 Writers: Tito Faradi / Francois Corteggiani / Janne Toriseva Online games have a long history of being supported by ancillary publishing material such as comics, magazines and books. “Angry Birds” is an online game originally developed in Finland by a company called

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