Piko Arcade Collection 1 (Evercade) Review

The latest release for the Evercade retro gaming cartridge systems (both handheld and console) is the…

Ray’Z Arcade Chronology (Switch) Review – Old school shooter action in the palm of your hands

The Ray’Z Aracade Chronology includes all three games of the Taito classic arcade “Ray Trilogy”; RayForce…

AEW: Fight Forever (Xbox, Switch, PS) brings old school wrestling video games back to the fans!

I am old enough to remember hearing about the very first Wrestlemania and trying to talk…

Gungrave G.O.R.E. (Xbox Gamepass) Review

Gungrave G.O.R.E. is the latest game is the series which started way back in 2002 on…

Creepshow #3 (Image) Review

There are few things I love more than a good comic book anthology series, particularly a…

Fantastic Four #1 (Review) The dawn of a new low key age

What kind of introduction can one come up with for the Fantastic Four? The original Marvel…

Halo Infinite (Xbox) Review – 343i does the impossible

It is no secret that Halo Infinite was a huge game for Microsoft and the Xbox…

Cotton 100% (Switch) Review

Cotton 100% was originally released back in 1994 in Japan and is finally making it’s way…

Gleylancer (Xbox) Review – Shooting like it is 1992

Gleylancer is one of those early 90’s SHUMPs that we used to read about in the…

Crisis Wing (Xbox) Review – Shooting action to please the most hardcore of SHUMP fans

I have been a lifelong fan of SHUMPS ever since I played 1943 in the arcade…

Gun Honey #1 (Titan Comics) Review

The “Hard Case Crime” series from Titan Comics has been a guilty pleasure of mine for…

Atheneum: Mystic Library (Board Game) Review

Atheneum: Mystic Library is the third game from the L’Atelier studio and it is their most…

Batman: Black and White #1 Review

I am not sure why Batman works so well for me when presented sans color, but…

Super Mega Baseball 3 (XBox One) Launch Day Lets Play Video Review

Super Mega Baseball returns with its third release of the series and boy has it shown…

Shooting Blaster Big Bang Boom (Steam) Game Review

Picture asteroids on crack and you have a small idea of what this top-down single screen…

Love University #1 (Evoluzione Publishing) Review

I did not have high hopes for Love University when I started reading the first issue…

RBI Baseball 20 (Xbox One) Let’s Play Video Review

While the coronavirus has struck and delayed Major League Baseball opening day by (at least) two…

FoxForce #5 Review

Lucky Comics focuses on public domain characters and bringing them back for a modern audience. I…

Star Wars #1 Review

Star Wars seems to be at the center of the entertainment world right now with the…

Star Wars: The Rise Of Kylo Ren #1 Review

With the release of The Rise of Skywalker movie, the saga is complete and now the…

The Archie Art of Francesco Francavilla – Review

Has anyone done more for Archie Comics in the last ten years then Francesco Francavilla did…

Star Wars Adventures 2019 Annual Review

Of all the most unlikely of comebacks, could any be more surprising then Jaxxon returning to…

Pawarumi (Switch) Old school shoot ’em up action

The Nintendo Switch has become something of a SHUMP heaven recently with a bevy of overhead…

Spider-Man: Life Story #1: The 60’s Review

When Spider-Man made his debut in 1962, Peter Parker was a scrawny 15-year old high school…

Piczle Colors (Switch) Review

Piczle Colors for the Nintendo Switch is a very enjoyable little game that crosses Soduku with…

Shazam! #2 Review

The new Shazam! series, brilliantly timed to release around the time the movie launches, has taken…

The Complete Chester Gould’s Dick Tracy – Volume 25 (1969-1970) Review

For comic fans too young to remember or perhaps just unaware of the newspaper strip, Chester…

Archie #701 Review

I am a longtime Archie fan, going back nearly forty years now, I was such a…

Conan the Barbarian #1 Review

After a lengthy absence, Canan has returned to its original comic book home, Marvel Comics which…

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Movie Review

First impressions upon leaving the theater after finishing Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was that we had…

The Amazing Spider-Man #7 Review

As a huge fan of Nick Spencers series the Superior Foes of Spider-Man I was understandably…

It Came Out On A Wednesday #1 (Alterna) Review

If there is one independent comic book publisher that not enough comic fans are paying attention…

Sea of Thieves #1 (Titan) Review – Arr, there be gold on those pages!

Talk like a pirate day may not be until September but Sea of Thieves, based on…

Mata Hari #1 (Dark Horse) Review – Dancer, lover, spy and pinball machine

In a text piece at the back of the first issue of Mata Hari writer Emma…

Action Comics #996 (DC) Review – Countdown to a grand

The first time I started collection Superman comic books was back in the eighties when John…

Damage #1 (DC) Review – You won’t like Damage when he’s angry…

Did you know that the Damage character was first introduced in 1994 which means he is…

Avengers #675 (Marvel) Review – No planet, no problem!

It is event time in the Marvel universe and not a moment too soon. With what…

EXIT STAGE LEFT: THE SNAGGLEPUSS CHRONICLES #1 (DC) Review

Three days into the new year and leave it to DC to publish the most socially…

Cosmo #1 (Archie Comics) Review

Running a total of six issues back in the 1950’s, Cosmo the Merry Martian has had…

Blood Bowl: More Guts, More Glory #3 Review

Based on the tabletop game first released thirty-odd years ago, Blood Bowl is a fantasy take…

The Best of Archie Comics – Book One

This collection is over 400 pages of full color classic Archie comic books broken down into…

Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #2 Review

PUBLISHER: Marvel Comics WRITER: Chip Zdarsky ILLUSTRATOR: Adam Kubert COVER: Adam Kubert PRICE: $3.99 RATING: WEBSITE:…

Sweet Lullaby #3 Review

Lullaby is a second generation assassin who works for a government black-ops agency under the supervision…

Knights of the Dinner Table #188

One of the longest running independent comic book series of all time, this role-playing themed series…

Godzilla: The Half Century War #1

The problem with a Godzilla comic book is that as a character he is really pretty…

It Came From Beneath the Sea… Again! Review

This is a sequel to the 1955 black and white stop motion masterpiece, It Came From…

Kevin Keller #4 Review

In an almost perfect scheduling move, this issue of Kevin Keller almost hit stands while the…