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Brimming with political conspiracy and raging with rival alien mobs, nothing is ever as it seems on
the streets of RED CITY. Writer Daniel Corey (MORIARTY) and artist Mark Dos Santos bring you a
whole new take on American crime noir, coming this June to Image Comics.
In the wake of a system-wide civil war, hard-nosed interplanetary investigator Cal Talmage is given
a simple mission to find a missing ambassador’s daughter in Mars Central City. It all seems
routine at first, but an experienced vet like Cal knows when trouble is brewing.
Coming off a run on the acclaimed series MORIARTY, also published by Image Comics, writer Daniel
Corey brings you a new mystery that combines femme fatales and hard- boiled heroics with classic
science fiction. Federal Security Officer Talmage just wants to be left alone, but with a girl in
danger, a corrupt mayor in power and the lives of an entire race at stake, he’s got some tough
choices ahead, because no one comes out clean in this town.
“You might say RED CITY is like L.A. Confidential on Mars,” said Corey. “Ellroy and Chandler
shaking hands with Bradbury. We’ve got a likable-but-troubled cop who tackles a complex case in the
midst of a vast criminal conspiracy, and it happens to take place on Mars. The really exciting
thing is that we’re building an entire world, and the art of Mark Dos Santos brings a
retro-futuristic vibe that will make RED CITY the most dangerous place in the New Solar System.”
The first of four issues of RED CITY arrives in stores 6/11, and can be pre-ordered
using Diamond code APR140490.
From Dark Horizons:
The CW has unveiled an extended three-minute trailer dubbed “Arrow: The Movie” which actually just shows off the scope of this week’s game-changing episode ‘The Promise’.
Slade Wilson (aka. Deathstroke) has announced his arrival in Edge City. Now the confrontation is on between former allies turned enemies. Scenes from both already aired episodes and next week’s ‘Suicide Squad’ are also cut in to add more context.
Executive Producer Marc Guggenheim says the episode is “the biggest episode we’ve ever done on the show. It makes the season finale last year look like a student film from the 1980s.” One such challenge was recreating the entire deck and bridge of a freighter just for this episode.
This seems like the week of trailers but I’m not complaining!
In the explosive finale to the Arkham series, Batman faces the ultimate threat against the city he is sworn to protect. The Scarecrow returns to unite an impressive roster of super villains, including Penguin, Two-Face and Harley Quinn, to destroy The Dark Knight forever. Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady’s uniquely designed version of the Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise. The addition of this legendary vehicle, combined with the acclaimed gameplay of the Batman Arkham series, offers gamers the ultimate and complete Batman experience as they tear through the streets and soar across the skyline of the entirety of Gotham City. Be The Batman.
Visit http://www.batmanarkhamknight.com to view additional content, pre-order your copy, and learn more about the game.
Since last year’s Comicon panel, Marvel has shown the public very little from their upcoming film Guardians of the Galaxy. That silence was finally put to an end last Monday when the studio debut the first official trailer of the fairly unknown comic franchise. Many believe that this film will be Marvel’s biggest challenge yet.
I would say they are more than up for the challenge. Read the rest of this entry »
A strange thing happened at A Shop Called Quest, one of my favorite comic shops, a little while ago. I was exploring the manga, which I don’t do very often, and I picked up a title I’d never seen or heard of before. The spine alone caught my attention and stood out as different from the other works surrounding it, so I peeked inside and was pleasantly surprised with Mitsuhisa Kuji’s beautiful artwork.
I don’t know manga authors or illustrators very well at all yet, so I don’t feel terribly confident in my ability to judge a book by its cover (or a brief skimming of its gooey insides) at this point. Normally if I pick up something in the manga section it’s because I saw the anime by the same name, or a friend suggested the title, so this was a new experience for me. I asked the clerk and he said he hadn’t read it yet, just though it looked interesting, so I took a chance and took Wolfsmund home with me. Read the rest of this entry »
It looks awesome!!
I love it. Cheesieness and all!!
Square Enix finally brings a close to their Final Fantasy XIII trilogy with the release of Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. Many Final Fantasy fans have had varying opinions on this one game trilogy than any other Final Fantasy game series. Very few games in the series have actually had their own series, such as Final Fantasies IV, VII, and X. Thirteen though has sparked much controversy for its departure from traditional elements of the classic series. Read the rest of this entry »