Frank Miller & Robert Rodriguez are back, baby! After years of rumors circulating, they have finally confirmed: Sin City: A Dame to Kill for is back for your viewing pleasure!
Bringing us 3 Stories: The Long Bad Night,Just Another Saturday Night, and the titular A Dame To Kill For, we will ses some familiar faces: Marv (Mickey Rourke), Dwight McCarthy (Clive Owen and Josh Brolin via facial reconstruction), Nancy (Jessica Alba), Gail King (Rosario Dawson), Detective John Hartigan (Bruce Willis), and twins Goldie & Wendy (Jamie King) as well as a few new ones with Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Eva Green, Ray Liotta, Jeremy Piven and Dennis Haysbert.
Due out August 29, we’re sure this will be a Movie to See.
Title: Veil #1 Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Written by: Greg Rucka Artwork: Toni Fejzula Reviewed by: Meli Kirk Rating: 4 out of 5
A young lady wakes up naked & disorientated in underground train station surrounded by rats. She finds her way to the streets, where she runs into a group of guys who look to take advantage of the situation. One of the guys – Dante – sees that she’s something’s wrong, and takes her home with him to try to help her. But when the other guys come to Dante’s place, the young lady – known as Veil – shows that she’s harboring a deep, dark and dangerous secret…
Pretty good story! 2 pages in and you’re already wondering what’s going on. Who is this lady? What happened? OH NO!!! DON’T YOU TOUCH HER!! Whew…. thanks good samaritan… – That was my range of emotion 5 pages into the issue. Coupled with being visually drawn and held in by the art & colors, I found this to be a good issue, and am anxious to find out what happens next.
You can find this, and other Dark Horse Comics, at your local comic retailer.
In a move that most gamers saw coming a mile away, the “Batman: Arkham” series has returned to Rocksteady Games after a short detour to WB Montreal. The previous installment, Arkham Origins, was met with a mixed reaction due to persistent bugs. Rocksteady, developers of the first two installments (Asylum and Origins, respectively) are back to tackle what’s being called the “natural end for this story” according to an article featured in the latest issue of Game Informer. The article goes on to mention that the city of Gotham will be five times larger, feature a driveable Batmobile, and be set one year after the events of Arkham City.
As unbiased as I attempt to be in my reporting, I cannot contain my excitement for the latest chapter of one of my favorite game franchises. I ask for your patience as I high-five everyone I meet until this game’s release. Check the announce trailer below!
Update: According to GameStop’s website and the below image, Arkham Knight will be available October 14th, and those who pre-order will receive exclusive Harley Quinn DLC.
There have been more than two hundred cases of mass shootings in the United States since 2006.
Of the eleven deadliest shootings in our nations history, five have occurred since 2007.
These mass shootings have occurred at many different locations: high schools, colleges, elementary schools, cafes, movie theaters, Navy yards, apartment complexes, places of worship, nursing homes, nightclubs, and at shopping malls.
Title: One Hit Wonder #1 Publisher: Image Comics Written by: Fabrice Sapolsky Artwork: Ariel Olivetti Reviewed by: Meli Kirk Rating: 5 out of 5
Richie Reese is a former child star who craves to be back in the limelight. He finds his way back in… as a hitman for the Hollywood elite. So when he’s asked to take out the one woman who can finger his boss, he accepts the job, but this job – nor the woman – is not as easy as it looks.
This issue = amazing. The story is pretty intriguing. How can someone who has been famous all their life become a hit man? Easy – hide in plain sight! His good looks are his weapon, and the art from Ariel Olivetti makes this shine through with awesome lines and coloring. Totally Hollywood, Totally Awesome.
You can find this, and other Image Comics, at your local comic retailer.
We’ve been hungry for details regarding Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead franchise. Starving, even. Today, along with another bone-chilling trailer, we’ve been given official release dates for the next chapter of the story. Episode two, ‘A House Divided,’ will debut on Tuesday, March 4th for PlayStation 3 via PlayStation®Network in North America for $4.99 USD individually, or as part of a season pass option including access to Episodes 1-5 as they are released. The episode will also release on Tuesday, March 4th for PC/Mac via Steam, the Telltale Games online store, and other digital distribution outlets as part of a season pass. No word yet on scheduled release dates for XBox 360, iOS, and Android, but we’ll keep you posted as we hear more.
Salvatore Tummolillo is an expert Magic: The Gathering player. Our friends over at the Lollipop Geek podcast have convinced him to take time out of his busy schedule to let us know what he thinks of the recent Born of the Gods expansion. Take it away, Salvatore!
Born of the Gods has been around for three weeks now, and a Pro Tour has come and gone that gave us some insight into how the new set has impacted three different constructed formats. With this article, I hope to clarify how Born of the Gods has changed not only the constructed environment, but the limited aspect of Magic as well. I’ll break down each of the formats into their own sections, starting with standard.
Mondays suck. That’s why we here at Mighty Ink Comics and Entertainment vow to brighten it up a little bit by giving you something to nod your head to. Those who listen to our podcast know we have a wide range of musical tastes. Music Mondays will feature music from, inspired by, or remixed from our favorite games, comics, and other media.