Ryan has been slaying the beasts of World 4 in the 3rd venture into the Mushroom Kingdom from the tender age of 4 and has been continuing to do so in other kingdoms until this very day of his manhood. Ryan has been working in the world of videogame retail for the past 5 years and has participated in nearly every discussion with customers that involve; how to evolve Togepi, raise a gold Chocobo, upgrade Ed-E’s armor, complete legendary mode, properly confront a Big Daddy and how to fix a red ring (buy another one).
Dream Thief begins by posing a question to the reader, “What would you do if you woke up in a strange room and you didn’t know where you were, or what you’d done the night before to get there.” What begins as a story of a cheating alcoholic soon turns to a journey of psychological [...]
Comeback, a new series from Image, written by Ed Brisson, illustrated by Michael Walsh, revolves around a time traveling agency that posses a completely polarized objective of Summer hit, “Looper” and its agency, to save the loved ones of their clients from meeting certain deadly fates rather than slaughtering foes from the future. Mark is [...]
“Where is Jake Ellis” follows a newly shaven Jon Moore, ex CIA agent, who is being hunted through the urban streets of Bangkok, where anything that is connected to technology can reveal his hidden whereabouts. It’s incredibly apparent that the same people that have been hunting him still have not achieved their goal from the [...]
It’s becoming apparent that Riley Rossmo (Proof, Rebel Blood) is becoming synonymous with the art genre of horror and with his newly begun collaboration with writer Nick Spenser (Morning Glories) in their newest work “Bedlam” its even more evident than ever. “Bedlam” takes place in a city that bears the same name. Bedlam has been [...]
Not gaining a full comprehension of the world that is “Multiple Warheads” is one of Graham’s most charming characteristics within his writings. Frame after frame I was questioning the contents of what was occurring in the world. Once I finally let go of all predetermined notions of normalcy in modern fiction I was able to [...]
I usually have trouble with adopting a new series to my reading list due to the fact that almost no single issue could possibly tell a complete story, or anything else near it. In most cases I won’t be able to decide whether or not I even liked that particular story until it develops several [...]
At San Diego Comic-Con, Epic Games gave participants a first look at their co-op sandbox survival game Fortnite during its panel.
When the seas rose, genetic codes were smashed. Human settlements are ringed by a dense wilderness from which ferocious new animal species prey on the helpless. The high ground belongs to the rich and powerful that overlook swampland shantytowns from their fortress-like cities. Iron-fisted rule ensures order and allows the wealthy to harvest the poor as slaves.
Delve into the first chapter of Orchid, the tale of a teenage prostitute who learns that she is more than the role society has imposed upon her.
Phoenix Comic Con is on the horizon this upcoming weekend and all of us at ComicBookTherapy posses the very same level of excitement as a Norse warrior first entering Valhalla. To further add to that we we’re lucky enough to snag a few words with one of our most favorite, darling, ambiguous, prophetic comic book [...]
Popular fine artist and children's book author Adam Rex took some time off from his busy schedule to discuss is work on the cover for the upcoming FCBD Dark Horse comic The Guild and what we can expect from him in 2012.
Starting April 28th a local hero by the name of Jason Pedersen, will be teaching comic book illustration classes at Heroes and Villains in Tucson, Arizona. We had a chance to speak with Jason about what’s in store for these classes.
The fiction that has been driving the Zombie craze has become extremely saturated. Luckily Image Comic’s new 5-part mini series Rebel Blood, introduces a much-needed additive of zombie animals to help reanimate the phenom.
PROTOTYPE 2 #1 From the writer of Protoype 2 comes a series of original Prototype stories! This digital-exclusive series features three two-part tales bridging the games! Part 1 of “The Anchor” picks up with Alex Mercer one year after the Blacklight virus hit New York City. Traveling the world in search of something to believe in, Mercer [...]
Last night, February 2, over five hundred theaters across the U.S. and Canada beamed in a live feed from Toronto Canada of Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes in a one time event entitled “Kevin Smith: Live From Behind”.
Issue eight of Green Wake has little narrative to offer, but as always, maintains its continuity of its looming sense of doom. It’s strange the way Green Wake is written, even though there is little dialogue to be said the imagery is more than enough to develop something of a story and so are it’s [...]
Writer John Jackson Miller has worked on many different works for quite a number of years. Most notably the ongoing novel series Lost Tribe of the Sith and the Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic comic series, which is finally returning January 11th. In support of the launch of the new series we were lucky enough [...]
Now that Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 is out, Ryan takes a deep look at the other behemoth in the business: Battlefield 3.
Asura’s Wrath and Resident Evil Operation Raccoon City release dates were announced during last week’s Capcom press event, those dates being February 21st and March 20th. Woot Woot!
First and foremost, I’d like to apologize, originally this was intended to be a review on Arkham City, but one week prior to the games release I became infatuated with another game. Whenever I was playing Batman all I could think about was how to take a few more footsteps forward in this game without getting mashed to bits and pieces.
The purifiers must have worked with the developers of X-Men Destiny to make our favorite muties more mutated than ever with it’s frail customization features, lackluster combat, and yawn worthy visuals. Our little adventure takes place in a modern Magneto and Xavier being dead days, well, Magneto is momentarily dead, and it’s up to you [...]
I admit it: I’m one of those losers who had a broken PS2 when Shadow of the Colossus was first released in 2005. I always heard amazing rants from friends and customers alike. I missed out on a core game that has set new standards that no one has attempted to emulate. Which is why [...]