This naval strategy game offers an interesting blend of trading, diplomacy and real-time battles that will satisfy aficionados of its historical setting, though it might prove too single-minded for most.
Camera issues hinder an otherwise excellent puzzle game.
Let’s get this out of the way first: Moon director Duncan Jones is David Bowie’s son, formally named Zowie Bowie. Had his debut feature Moon been anything less than brilliant, the press would have pounced on his celebrity ancestry with acidic glee. Fortunately, this elegantly traditional slice of science fiction is a heartfelt movie that […]
Dark Horse Writer: John Arcudi Pencils: Zach Howard, Gabriel Andrade Inks: Mark Irwin, Marcelo Mueller, Zach Howard Colours: Wes Bzioba The first issue of Dark Horse’s new Aliens miniseries balanced somewhere between generic and shocking; with a (seemingly) standard plot livened up by Arcudi’s decision to kill his (seemingly) main characters a dozen pages after […]
‘The Bogey Man’ may not be Wallace & Gromit’s grandest adventure, but it provides a satisfying conclusion to the series.
I recently had the opportunity to talk to comic book veteran and Watchman co-creator Dave Gibbons. Dave is currently promoting the Digital Artist 2009 awards, but was also happy to share his thoughts on the virtues of digital illustration and digitally distributed comics. Please tell us why you decided to get involved in the Digital […]