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January 28, 2020

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John Wick #1 (Review)

John Wick #1 Dynamite Comics, November 2017 Writer: Greg Pak The two motion pictures (released in 2014 and 2017) featuring and named after the title character, John Wick, are primarily vehicles for the talents and role inclinations of American actor Keanu Reeves. Mr Reeves has made his fame primarily through involvement in action movies and

Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade #1 (Review)

Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade #1 Dark Horse Comics, November 2017 Writers: Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly With Tomb Raider: Survivor’s Crusade, American comic book publisher Dark Horse Comics is once again attempting to tap into the videogame demographic. This new comic book miniseries leverages the significant goodwill in Tomb Raider, and more specifically, the 2013 reboot

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

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