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4:30 PM on 07.25.2014

Bat-Cow is an udder delight in LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham

Now here's a game that really does feel right at home at Comic-Con. TT Games has a new trailer for LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham prepared for the San Diego convention and, better yet, images featuring LEGO Bat-Cow, Batman of ...

Jordan Devore


11:00 AM on 07.19.2014

Corey 'Reyyy' Lewis re-imagines Samus as a nature photographer

Way back when, Corey "Reyyy" Lewis wrote and drew a comic for Udon based on Capcom's cult classic fighting game Rival Schools. It was canceled before the final issue saw print. The fact that it never got a proper resolution h...

Jonathan Holmes

3:00 AM on 07.17.2014

Adam West is still the best Batman and will hopefully prove it in LEGO Batman 3

The official LEGO Batman Twitter account posted an image of a Lego Adam West this week (seen above), which hopefully means we'll see a whole lot more of him in the upcoming LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham. Adam West is also goin...

Brittany Vincent



Contest: Win a copy of Death Sentence! photo
Contest: Win a copy of Death Sentence!
by Mr Andy Dixon

Our friends at Titan Comics have hooked us up with three copies of the awesome comic series collection from artist and writer Monty Nero: Death Sentence! Monty is best known by gamers for his work on SSX, Need for Speed, and APB: All Points Bulletin, and his break-out comic series can now be yours for absolutely free!

This hardcover collection includes issues 1-6 of the comic, plus 26 pages of exclusive commentary by the creators. To enter, just leave a comment below! Limit one per person, and you have until this Friday, July 11 at 11:59pm Pacific to enter. Contest is open to anyone with a U.S. mailing address.

Good luck! And don't forget, our Huge members get automatic entry into all contests (as well as a bunch of other awesome perks). Try us out!

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Review: The Wolf Among Us: Cry Wolf photo
Review: The Wolf Among Us: Cry Wolf
by Chris Carter

The Wolf Among Us has been one hell of a ride. Although Tellltale's The Walking Dead managed to craft a grimdark world worth seeing time and time again, Wolf has a more nuanced take, with larger-than-life fairy tale characters who have decidedly human problems.

All of it comes to an end here with Cry Wolf, the last episode of the series. While I'll refrain from spoiling anything in particular, I will say that is indeed a satisfying conclusion.

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7:00 AM on 07.08.2014

We go forward: A bittersweet comic to start your day

Using game mechanics and a pixel art aesthetic to convey a deeper thought is no longer for indie games some of you are sick of. It can be done in comic form. And quite well. It's like a mild La Maison en Petits Cubes, in that I wasn't weeping  heavy for five straight minutes.  It's cute and bittersweet. Good job, Shenanigansen (no relation).

Steven Hansen

7:00 PM on 06.21.2014

What if other Nintendo characters had Bayonetta's proportions?

There are a lot of different ways to look at Bayonetta, as she manages to be many different things to many different people at the same time. Depending on what angle you're looking at her from, she could appear to be a sex ob...

Jonathan Holmes

4:00 PM on 06.17.2014

Nolan North returns as the Merc with a Mouth in Deadpool Pinball

Heh. There's a mini Deadpool pinball table in this Deadpool pinball table. That's fun. Quick-time events, even if they're supposed to be a joke? Less fun. But I like that Zen Studios is giving Deadpool a table all his own --...

Jordan Devore

3:45 PM on 05.30.2014

PS4 and Xbox One rail shooter Blue Estate is a violent crime story

Red Steel versus Blue Estate, eh? Blue Estate for PS4 and Xbox One is a prequel story to comic, written by the same writer, who was kind enough to write this PS Blog post explaining the game. Apparently you can aim with the D...

Steven Hansen



Review: The Wolf Among Us: In Sheep's Clothing photo
Review: The Wolf Among Us: In Sheep's Clothing
by Chris Carter

Telltale does a wonderful job of showing you just how tough Bigby Wolf's life really is.

He's constantly trying to do the right thing and fight his feral nature, but every so often you really can't help but rough someone up to solve the case. After all, Fabletown is a dangerous place, and every wasted second could mean a new victim or the flight of a perpetrator.

While In Sheep's Clothing doesn't give us the showdown we've been wanting since the end of the first episode, it still delivers that wonderful feeling of tension that's been sprinkled throughout the series.

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11:00 AM on 05.03.2014

Team Fortress 2 celebrates Free Comic Book Day with a quick primer

Today is Free Comic Book Day! It is what it sounds like: go to a participating comic book store, inevitably StreetPass some fellow 3DS users, and walk out with a free comic book. Maybe even expand your horizons and make some ...

Darren Nakamura





10:00 PM on 05.02.2014

An Avengers game will happen with 'the right partner'

Marvel has successfully figured out its cinematic universe but what about gaming? Speaking to IGN, Marvel head of games TQ Jefferson explained that we'll just need to be patient. "The Avengers game will come when we have the ...

Jordan Devore

7:00 PM on 04.29.2014

Actor Clark Gregg to reveal the Marvel addition in Disney Infinity 2.0

Whoops! The Agents of Shield Twitter account accidentally let slip that actor Clark Gregg will be presenting at the Disney Infinity 2.0 reveal event taking place tomorrow. Why would Clark Gregg present at a game reveal? Becau...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

1:00 PM on 04.28.2014

It looks like the Archie Mega Man meets X arc will have its own collection

Archie's Dawn of X storyline (in which the original Mega Man, as well as Proto Man, meets X and Zero) is going to unfold over the course of four issues, but for some -- hunting and collecting comics isn't a desirable activity...

Chris Carter

1:15 PM on 04.24.2014

The Wolf Among Us episode 3 accolades trailer is a little cranky

These The Wolf Among Us accolades trailers that Telltale likes to put out after each episode might not amount to a whole lot more than horn-tooting, but they still feel weighty and worth a watch. The music and truncated punchy lines make the mood feel so perfect. I'm half-tempted to make my own accolades trailer for these accolades trailers. They deserve it.

Brett Makedonski



Review: The Wolf Among Us: A Crooked Mile photo
Review: The Wolf Among Us: A Crooked Mile
by Chris Carter

In some ways, Telltale's Wolf Among Us has topped its already stellar Walking Dead franchise. Although it doesn't feature a true post-apocalyptic setting, it still manages to feel bleak and hopeless in its own way. It also helps that almost every character is memorable, and the situations, harrowing.

The last time we saw Bigby Wolf he had just made a break in the case, and was hot on the trail of the murderer that had been plaguing Fabletown. While the follow-up isn't really as exciting as its predecessor, it still features the same likable and intriguing world -- and at this point, it's clear that the final episodes are going to be one hell of a ride.

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