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Microsoft has revealed plenty of new details on the highly anticipated Quantum Break today.

First, we’ve learned that Remedy Entertainment’s latest offering comes with the criminally underrated Alan Wake at no extra cost. It will be part of Xbox’s Compatibility Program which allows play on both Xbox 360 and Xbox One. On top of that, those who pre-order will receive the follow up Alan Wake: American Nightmare as well.

It doesn’t end there though. Anyone who pre-orders the Xbox One digital version of Quantum Break through the Xbox Store, purchases an Xbox One digital token at participating retailers, or pre-orders an Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break bundle (more on that next), will receive the Windows 10 version of the game downloadable at the Windows Store via redemption code.

Still don’t have an XBox One? They’ve got you covered there as well. Xbox also announced a new Xbox One Special Edition Quantum Break Bundle featuring a 500GB Cirrus White console and matching wireless controller, a full-game download of Quantum Break and a full-game download of Alan Wake accompanied by The Signal and The Writer add-on packs. The bundle will be offered worldwide in most regions where Xbox One is available for $349 starting March 29, 2016.

If all of that wasn’t enough to get you excited about the game, check out the new trailer below as Jack Joyce (Sean Ashmore) is hunted by agents of Monarch Solutions.

This is definitely one to keep an eye on!


Fans of Telltale’s stellar Walking Dead games don’t have much longer of a wait for new content. The first chapter of the previously announced miniseries starring Michonne (portrayed by award-winning actress Samira Wiley of Orange is the New Black) will be released February 23rd.

If that’s still too long of a wait for you, fans are invited to get an exclusive extended preview of the first episode of the series on Youtube.com/TelltaleGames this Sunday February 14th at 8:30pm EST / 5:30pm PST. The development team will introduce the series allowing fans to experience the first five minutes of the premiere episode, exploring Michonne’s struggle to remain among the living while being haunted by her past.

In a first for the Telltale games, this miniseries ties in directly to the comic. The story takes place between issues #126 and #139 explaining Michonne’s absence and detailing her decision to return to the group. So if you haven’t caught up on your reading, now may be the time!

Stay tuned for more as it becomes available.



Arrow “Unchained” Review

Posted: February 10, 2016 by Lex Lutz in TV & Movies, TV Reviews
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No, this isn’t that Puzzles & Dragons commercial.

Arrow “Unchained” Review

By Lex Lutz

This week on “Arrow”, Roy returns, Felicity gets a surprise visit from a family member, and of course more flashbacks.

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It’s New Comic Day! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, why not buy your sweetie a lovely bouquet of comics and ditch the old, stale roses? I’m sure they’d appreciate it more, and so would your local or digital comic retailer!

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Jonesy #1 Review (Boom! Box)

Posted: February 8, 2016 by Mighty Ink Staff in Comic Reviews
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Title: Jonesy #1
Publisher: BOOM! Box, a division of Boom Studios
Written by: Sam Humphries & Caitlin Rose Boyle
Artwork by: Caitlin Rose Boyle, Mickey Quinn (Colors)
Rating: 4 out of 5

Jonesy is a pretty dope kids – she loves anime, her pet ferret, her Dad’s donut shop and her crush. The only thing she hates is her newly acquired superpower of being able to make people fall in love with other people. She only hates it because she can’t use it on herself! But when she finds a way to help out a few friends, she thinks maybe it isn’t so bad.

I. LOVE. THIS. COMIC. The colors are the first thing that jumps out to me. It’s such a bright, vivid issue and has a variant covers by Brian Lee O’Malley & Jason Fischer! The story line is pretty good as well. The first issue introduces us to Jonesy, who’s your typical werido teenager who just happens to be able to make people fall in love with other people (or things), but she can’t use the power on herself. She watches anime, hates the “cool” clique at school and has her crush. I think that a lot of people can relate to her; I know I sure can. When jealousy strikes at school, she uses her power, with the naturally hilariously disastrous results. This series is definitely going in my “favorites” category!

As a bonus, you’re also treated to a preview of Goldie Vance, a new series due out in April 2016 written by Hope Larson and Illustrated by Brittney Williams! I enjoyed the preview as much as the main comic, and you can be sure I’ll be reviewing it as soon as it hits the stands.

As always, you can find this and other Boom Studio comics, at your local and digital comic retailer.

The Flash “Fast Lane” Review

Posted: February 8, 2016 by Lex Lutz in TV & Movies, TV Reviews
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These heartburn ads are getting ridiculous.

The Flash “Fast Lane” Review

By Lex Lutz

This week on “The Flash”, Wally West continues to be 2 fast and 2 furious, Tar Pit stops by to say hello, and Wells betrays Barry.
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As you’ve seen for the past several years, we like to share some of our favorite ads from the Superbowl Super Bowl with you fine folks. This year is no different! Scroll on to see some of the coolest ads featuring superheroes super heroes costumed individuals and more!

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Paper Girls – Image Comics

It’s NEW COMIC DAY! What are you picking up from your local or digital comic retailer? Let’s compare pull lists in the comments!

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The Flash “Potential Energy” Review

Posted: January 26, 2016 by Lex Lutz in TV & Movies, TV News
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The Flash “Potential Energy” Review

By Lex Lutz

“The Flash” returns with Barry contemplating telling Patty about his secret identity, a chance to get to know Wally West, and Chief from Battlestar Galactica making a special appearance as a villain with the worst name ever!
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Can’t tell if important character death or misdirect…

Arrow “Blood Debts” Review

By Lex Lutz

Arrow has returned so let’s not waste any time. I want answers!
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