When the fastest woman ever built is dragged outside of reality, she’s got to pull herself together across four parallel worlds before a hive-mind can take over the planet. That is, assuming it hasn’t already.
I can tell you a nine-year-old thinks it's epic, but you're not here for their report on it.
My first assumption was that this was a comic adaption of the show, though when I didn’t recognise the main character on the cover I started wondering.
IT is an iconic horror story, and it’s my overwhelming pleasure to say that IT is now *also* an iconic horror movie.
Karma: Incarnation 1 is an odd duck. It is an interactive story peppered with light-to-medium puzzle solving elements.
Well, I liked the Atomic Blonde movie a lot, so when I got the chance to grab a copy of the graphic novel, I thought it would not only be a good read but a bit of
Beautiful animations and artwork, an awesome opening trailer, the promise of choices really mattering, and I was sold.
In the right hands it's going to be a great game with countless hours of entertainment. I'm just not that person.
After binging on some freshly bought super stories this past week, I thought I’d share some shorter reviews of some that I’d really recommend, both old favourites and new.
"BUGS!!!, Hoorah!!!" and "Come on you apes, do you want to live forever?" These were words that epitomized Ed Nuemeier and Paul Verhoeven's attempt to bring Robert Heinlein's Starship Troopers to live on the big screen.