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Share. Batman races against the clock to save his world. By Jesse Schedeen Who would have thought when DC first started publishing their Injustice: Gods Among Us prequel comic that the series would eventually span several years, five volumes and hundreds of digital chapters by the time it finally concluded? This series certainly ranks among
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Share. This video game adaptation has bite. By Jesse Schedeen Note: this is a spoiler-free review of Castlevania, which is available to stream now on Netflix. Whether animated or live-action, Hollywood has a stunningly poor track record when it comes to adapting popular video game franchises to film and television. Even last year’s Assassin’s Creed,
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Share. Can Harley Quinn save the world from Superman? By Jesse Schedeen DC’s Injustice universe is trapped in a sort of limbo right now. The prequel comic recently wrapped up after devoting years to exploring the lead-up to the video game in painstaking detail. And while there’s a sequel comic on the way, that series
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Share. The final year begins. By Jesse Schedeen DC didn’t necessarily do Injustice: Year Five any favors by relying on the Year Four Annual as a prologue. For one thing, that issue so essential to the reading experience that it really should have been called “Injustice: Year Five #1.” For another, Tom Taylor’s brief return
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Video game adaptations have a spotty track record in the comic book medium. That’s to say nothing of the fact that zombie comics are a dime a dozen. So that’s two strikes against Call of Duty: Zombies before the series even begins. But as always, the trick is in finding the right creative team to
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Share. A bit unfocused, but full of heart. By Vince Ingenito I’ll say this for FGC: Rise of the Fighting Game Community: it’s the cleanest, most well-produced documentary about the the fighting game community yet (and there have been a few). As an introduction to this particular nook of competitive gaming, FGC functions remarkably well,
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Share. Once Upon a Time in Templar China. By Jesse Schedeen Titan Comics’ latest Assassin’s Creed project has several big selling points right out of the gate. For one thing, it explores the other side of the centuries old conflict between the Assassins and the Templars. For another, it features an intriguing setting in the
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Share. The prequel saga comes full circle. By Jesse Schedeen Once again, DC is capping off a volume of Injustice with a standalone annual issue. But unlike the Year Four annual, which briefly brought writer Tom Taylor back into the fold and directly set the stage for the Year Five status quo, this issue is
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Share. Stand in the place where you live. By Seth G. Macy Be sure to visit IGN Tech for all the latest comprehensive hands-on reviews and best-of roundups. Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use. Updated: June
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