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Posted by Tiki God at 22 June 2019

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Boom! Studios’ ‘Age of Resistance’ debuts in stores this September.

Posted by Tiki God at 19 September 2011

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dcuofreetoplay DC Universe Online Free To Play Starting In October

Free: New players will now have access to the current gameplay in DC Universe Online (including Gotham City, Metropolis, and all current raids and alerts), with the ability to create two characters, join a league and many other benefits. Free level players will be able to purchase downloadable game packs/updates, additional character slots, powers and more through microtransactions.

Premium: Any player who has spent at least $5 USD (including former paid subscribers and new players who have purchased $5 of in-game items) will qualify for the Premium access level. Premium level players will have more benefits available to them than the Free level player, including additional character slots, additional inventory slots, and higher cash limits. Downloadable adventure packs, additional character slots, and more can be purchased in-game.

Legendary: Maximum features and benefits are included at this level. Loaded with enhanced additional features, Legendary access will be available for a $14.99 USD monthly fee and includes all DLC packs at no cost, more than 15 character slots, more than 80 inventory slots, the ability to form unrestricted-sized leagues, and many other benefits.

Looks like I’m going to be trying out DCU Online in october, just hope this game isn’t like a few of the other “free to play” games that I’ve tried where the store is in your face 99% of the time.

via ‘DC Universe Online’ Free-To-Play Starting In October – ComicsAlliance | Comic book culture, news, humor, commentary, and reviews.

Posted by Tiki God at 20 May 2022

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He didn t get onto the most lucrative interstellar mission for the money Paxon came to be reunited with the woman he loves. But his high-stakes journey takes hi

A great but short story about humanity turning on itself for profit. It’s a familiar story, but they do a well enough job here I’d be interested in seeing a follow up.

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Posted by Tiki God at 19 June 2021

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IN THE DISTANT FUTURE, the entire galaxy has been completely assimilated by the Borg and its King, Locutus. The only hope for the future lies in the past – in the hands of Captain Jean-Luc Picard.

Written (?) by Brannon Braga, the sum of the book feels like a well done story board for a two parter from a Trek series that was canceled before this story got put on film. It’s a good story, but it doesn’t do the “comic thing” very well, with a number of scenes that would have done pretty well with a live action cast but fall slightly short on a 2 dimensional piece of paper.

There’s some good starship art in the book though, so if you were to want a reason to read this, there it is. Also: time travel, the Trek Trope that just won’t go away!

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Posted by Tiki God at 12 September 2021

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The Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection brings all-new adventure story set within the events of the hit movie 2009 STAR TREK movie presenting this fantastic hard-back Star Trek: Nero Book! Not an ad…

A well illustrated book with the scraps of story left over from the 2009 Star Trek film, it literally ends on a stupid cliff hanger: leaving Spock on the surface of a barren ice planet to watch his planet be consumed by the Red Matter, something that happens in the move, but not in the book. It feels like a shameless money grab and could have been much better than it actually ended up being.

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Posted by Tiki God at 23 December 2020

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Good news, Firefly fans! Boom Entertainment is launching a fresh comic book series set in the world of Joss Whedon’s classic sci-fi TV show.

Posted by laelabea at 17 March 2021

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Crossover between the Protectors, Dinosaurs for Hire and Ex-Mutants (second team).

Found in a $1 bin, I feel I overpaid by about 99 cents, there’s three stories:

1 – some sort of epilogue to a mini series/crossover that I most certainly did not read
2 – a Fantastic Four ripoff / homage that used dinosaurs in space. It’s not bad
3 – some sort of tie in with a series that I most certainly have no clue about

The cover is super shiny though and it’s cool to look at, so it’s got that going for it.

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Posted by Tiki God at 10 April 2022

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Meet freshman Greg Willis, who has moved to the big city hoping to realize his dream of becoming a superhero. But will the realities of city life, college and s

Surprisingly well done ‘first adventure’ of a new character in the wider Marvel comic universe, He’s apparently appeared in other places since this five issue mini series, but I’m not going to be seeking them out, and will just be happy with this collection as it is.

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Posted by Tiki God at 25 August 2018

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Crew members, which were assembling for pre-production, are being dismissed and are free to look for new work.

Posted by Tiki God at 17 February 2022

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Meet Nick Sax, a corrupt, intoxicated ex-cop turned hit-man

I had unfortunately seen the forgettable and not recommendable (even though it inexplicably went for two entire seasons) television show that I repeat, was not very good at all. So, when I got this TPB in a HumbleBundle, it went to the bottom of my ‘to-do’ list, which I just recently found when I started using a new book/comic book management application. The comic itself is pretty good, if pretty much exactly what I would expect from Grant Morrison circa 2012, with all the gratuitous violence and strawmen that normally comes from his work.

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