Agent Breen is back in Titan Comics’ second (and newest) issue of The Prisoner: The Uncertainty Machine! Continuing the tale of Agent Breen after being abducted by agents from the Village, Issue #2 was released on May 23, 2018.
A dystopian future, four children with superpowers, a division between a city and its country, and psychic abilities are at the center of this exciting, fast-paced comic titled 2021 Lost Children, released on May 30, 2018.
My my! Where in the world does the time go? It seems like it wasn’t that long ago that I was reviewing the weirdness that is Factory #2 but here I am once again, all set to go with the third issue!
Dragon slayers, demons, and dark magic: what else could this describe but the first issue of Dark Souls? Released on May 23, 2018, The Age of Fire is the first of four installments of this ominous, but captivating series.
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.
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!