Archer and Armstrong are back! Well, technically, they returned last month when this title started. But I guess they’re also back again this month, because it’s issue #2? Either way, the not-so-dynamic duo has returned to the Valiant Entertainment Universe to bring us joy, and laughter, and adventures from the two best friends in the
Batman: Return to Arkham will feature the first 2 games in the series, Arkham Asylum and Arkham City. Both games will be visually enhanced and will be bundled together for $50. All DLC will be included as well. The collection is not too far off as it will drop this summer on July 26th. Return
Cyborg #10, to me, feels like an organic ending to the technosapians storyline that we’ve been following for the last few issues. Ever since Victor fused with alien technology, we’ve seen some a decent amount of appearance changes, and additional powers manifest, from the character. It was a not-so-subtle attempt to redesign the character for
Teen Titans #19 marks the conclusion of the “Who is Wonder Girl?” storyline — one that may have been more well-received, if it had come earlier in the books life cycle. Don’t misunderstand me; I thoroughly enjoyed this arc, and this issue specifically. Greg Pak is doing a wonderful job with this cast of characters.
A sequel to the most critically acclaimed series of 2015 was inevitable. Divinity took the comic book world by storm last year, selling out over five times, and accumulating more positive reviews than Valiant Entertainment could shoehorn onto the cover of the TPB. It truly was an instant classic, and it was singlehandedly the reason
CD Projekt Red released a teaser trailer for the upcoming DLC pack for The Witcher 3 as well as a release date. If you did not buy the expansion pass, the Blood and Wine expansion will cost $19.99. $17.99 if you pre-order now. That promotion ends on the 30th. For more video game news, visit