In issue 10 of Damsels, we her the story of how Ash and Snezana’s pasts are intertwined. It is revealed that they were switched as infants, and Ash grew up with Snezana’s human family, and was treated very poorly because she was different. Meanwhile, Snezana was raised by Ash’s troll parents, and was loved as their own. It wasn’t until Snezana decided that she wanted to meet her real family that Ash was freed from the burden and hardships put on her by her foster family. That is when Ash and Snezana go off on an adventure together. (more…)
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Tags: Aneke, Comic Books, Damsel, Dynamite Entertainment, John Reppion, Leah Moore, Lisa Moore, Snezana
Tags: Bigfoot, Bryan Johnson, CryptozoicMan, Dynamite Entertainment, Loch Ness Monster, Walt Flanagan
Dynamite Entertainment’s CryptozoicMan takes place in a world going through what is referred to as the “after-times”. It is initially set-up to seem like it is post religious apocalypse, or something of that sort, but then it is shown that aliens have actually come and altered humans to be deformed creatures.
The narrator of the story, Alan Ostman, tells of how he used to live is a small town in Washington State before he came into contact with the aliens. Much of the first issue centers on Alan’s encounter with a pig like creature, with flashbacks showing his experience with the aliens that experimented on him. We find that the pig-like creature is actually trying to make Alan realize that the aliens are using him, and that they are responsible for the death of his daughter. Alan seems interested in what the pig has to show him, and joins him to find out the truth about his daughter. (more…)
Tags: Chris Roberson, Codename Action, Dynamite, Green Hornet, Ivan Nunes, Jonathan Lau, Kato, Operative 1001, Operative 5
In issue 2 of the Codename Action miniseries from Dynamite, we see Operative’s 5 and 1001 get closer to uncovering who is behind the Doppelganger scheme. However, just when they have devised a plan to track down the perpetrators, their tracing device is found, and removed, leaving an agent in the clutches of the enemy. (more…)
Tags: Black Bat, Brian Buccellato, Dynamite Entertainment, Jae Lee, Mat Lopes, Ronan Cliquet
In the 6th issue of Dynamite’s Black Bat, our hero discovers the connection between the Brute and the man he kidnapped. After determining the connection between the two, Black Bat figures out where the kidnapped police are being held. He is able to rescue them, but finds out the Brody has been forced to take a bomb into the Courthouse. As Black Bat arrives, he smashes through a window, and warns everyone to get out of the building, but immediately realizes that this is the worst thing he could have done. (more…)
Tags: Duels of the Planeswalkers 2014, expansion, Magic: The Gathering, Wizards of the Coast, Xbox 360
A couple weeks ago, the very same weekend that Theros was released, another Magic the Gathering product was released as well, the expansion for the 2014 Duels of the Planeswalker on the Xbox 360 and other platforms. With this expansion we get 5 new playable decks, additions to the campaign, and more challenge matches. For the Xbox 360 the expansion is $4.99 and you will need the main game to run this.
I have to admit I have not finished the campaign mode so I only got a taste of the new addition to the campaign. And the new decks were nice but not as much fun as the green deck I have been running and unlocking cards for since I started playing the game. Once I finish the campaign mode with the green deck I will play through again and give the new decks a run thru. They look good, with one looking better then the rest but I will find out for sure soon. (more…)