Will Save the Galaxy for Food is sci fi comedy novel that reads like a season 2 episode of Futurama and making all the bad decisions in the Mass Effect games (Which are both good things for the nerdy uninitiated). I’ve been a fan of Yahtzee’s humor from his works on Zero Punctuation and his […]
A recently recovered colonial marine and a squad of androids investigate a derelict hauler in the first issue of Dark Horse’s new Aliens series, Defiance.
Dark Horse Comics have expanded the world of PopCap’s Plants vs Zombies series into a series of comics and three of the story arcs have been collected in the recently released “Zombox” box set.
Michael Bay co-founded the new comic publisher 451 and their launch lineup has been coming out since they made a big splash at NYCC. See what you can expect as we rundown the five titles they have available so far.
Comics legend Warren Ellis is behind a new on-going James Bond comic series from Dynamite and the first issue finds Bond seeking revenge for the fallen 008 before being sent to track down the source of a new synthetic drug.
Kicking off Dark Horse’s series of Predator comics, Concrete Jungle is the closest thing we’ve had to a true sequel to the first Predator movie.
Following Secret Wars, the Marvel comics universe will have a major shakeup as new teams are forming, old teams are getting new members, a bunch of characters are getting their own books and much more, check them all out right here.
The epically crazy Jurassic Park: Raptor series ends with the Raptors Hijack arc, where the raptors face off against a gorilla and Biosyn tries to create a new Jurassic Park around them.
Robert Muldoon returns, somehow, while Grant and Sattler are held captive by a Colombian drug lord in the second arc of Jurassic Park: Raptor.
Before The Lost World, Topps Comics continued the story of Jurassic Park with the “official sequel”, the crazy Jurassic Park: Raptor.