Now this is something big. Apparently, Crunchyroll and WEBTOON are going to be working together to bring us original animations from the WEBTOON catalog and I can already think of two comics I want to see animated.
Yep! You read the title right. Apparently, rumour has it that DC comic is hard at work creating a brand character who happens to be Black and is going to be taking up the mantle of Batman. Now, this is something alright, and I don’t even no where to begin.
Time for another showcase of comics I think may have potential to be something great. This time we’ll be taking a look at Project Divider, a dual narrative story of two groups of people as they uncover the truth of the world.
So there’s this comic book that I’ve been seeing making the rounds on the internet for a while now called Excellence: The Comic. After seeing a couple of panels of it, I decided to check it out and see if it lives up to its namesake or if ti’s going to be one of those comics with a preachy narrative and no substance to back it up.
Looks like it’s time to highlight another work of fiction that I think you guys might enjoy. The reason why I’m bringing this up is because I kind of agreed with the premise of the manga. Since I’m a fan of Werewolves, I’ve always wondered why Werewolves are always dedicated as mindless beasts. VoidBeast’s manga is hoping to change that.
For a while now I’ve been following this up and coming comic/manga series called Black Sands: The Seven Kingdoms and after reading up on Issue #1 and #2, I can safely say that this one series worth checking out.
Thanks to Zack Snyder’s recent comments, the comic world has once again asked the age old question of whether it’s time for Bruce Wayne, aka Batman, to kill his foes. It’s a question that even I myself have asked whenever I see Batman confront a particular villain that I felt was best dead.
What’s that in the sky? It’s a plane, it’s a bird…no it’s a me, Pyros! Yeah, not sure where I was going with that but I’ve written it down so it’s staying there. Feel free to roast me for it. Anyways, the virtual streets are once again buzzing with rumors and gossip and this time it’s about a possible Superman game made by the people at RockSteady. Everyone wants a Superman game. Heck, I want a Superman, OK to be honest I really don’t care too much like that BUT, I would like to see what a SuperMan could look like and so with that I’d like to discuss how a Superman game would work gameplay wise.
I finally caught up with the IDW Sonic The Hedgehog 2018 comic. During my time with the comic, I was pleasantly surprised by how good the story have been, solidifying the fact that maybe IDW’s acquisition of the Sonic comics and rebooting it may have been a blessing in disguise. It also got me thinking that maybe this could also yield more fruits for the narratives of future Sonic games story. IDW’s comic carried on the story of Sonic Forces and has moved past that arc, essential now being ahead. What if the IDW’s Sonic comics could act as manga to the games?