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Welcome back, ladies and gents! I’ll be continuing Corvo’s saga in Titan Comics’ Dishonored: The Wyrmwood Deceit, released on September 7, 2016. Like I mentioned in my review of Issue #1, this is an older series but it’s still a lot of fun. So, let’s jump in and follow Corvo on his mission!
Well, ladies and gents, on the menu for tonight’s review is an older work. Dishonored: The Wyrmwood Deceit was released by Titan Comics on August 3, 2016. That’s right, my friends! We’re heading back to Dunwall! Aren’t you excited? I am!
Alright! It’s time to dig in to the next installment of the Sea of Thieves saga! Released on May 9, 2018, Issue #3 in the comic series promises to be every bit as action packed as the previous two so let’s get started.
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Alright! I’m back with issue #2 of Titan Comics’ epic seafaring tale Sea of Thieves, released on April 11, 2018. The first issue, which I reviewed a few days ago, was definitely a great start to this series. Let’s see if this second installment lives up to its predecessor! Visit mim and get such more amazing blogs.
Okay, it’s time for a show of hands. Who here has never daydreamed of being a pirate? Yep, just what I thought. Nobody. Well, you’re in luck! Game developer Rare recently released Sea of Thieves, an MMORPG with all the rum soaked adventure you could want. And guess what? It comes in comic book form, too!
Well, I guess I jumped the gun in my last review. I thought this was just the second part of the Dishonored: The Peeress and the Price but it’s actually the entire collection! Silly me should have looked over both issues before I made my bold proclamation that I’d be reviewing the second issue next. Ah, well. The show must go on, right? And I guess I’m technically reviewing the second i...[Read More]