#NerdSwag [Reviews]: Step Brothers / Zion I / Ray West & O.C.

Tuesdays are typically a slow geek-news day, a slow day for GHG updates -- with the release of comics on a Wednesday, movies on a Friday, etc. But.. remember when Tuesdays used to be album release day? The joy of rushing to Sam Goody, or Record Town, Strawberries (wow!), Virgin/Tower, or even the early days of Best …

NEVER ENDING [Mini-Series Review]: Why oh why, then, does it?

What if Superman wanted to die? That’s the question the three-issue Dark Horse mini-series Never Ending, which concluded this week, sought to explore. Chuck, an auto mechanic granted powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men, has fought crime and saved the Earth from monsters, aliens and a mad scientist driven by jealousy for …

EARTH 2 / DREDD – UNDERBELLY [Reviews]: Oh, the In’MUTANT’ity…

Finding  a recurring theme through this stash of funnybooks was a tough trick, seeing how the publishers ranged from DC, 2000 AD, Marvel, and IDW. That was until this parish noticed this freaky foursome all featured mutants, you know, if you don't mind my inclusion a "truth serumed" villain --- or, hell, even an Earth …

ASSASSIN’S CREED IV – Freedom Cry DLC/Liberation HD [Reviews]: The Holdover

By now every fan of Assassin's Creed should have played Black Flag (If not, you’re not a true fan and shame on you). That said, your boy just finished a crusade into the hearts of Liberation HD and the Freedom Cry DLC, two “Holdover" AC titles to stem off the agony of waiting for the …

TOMB RAIDER [X1/PS4 Review]: Exploring the ‘Definitive’ Realm of Next-Gen.

Getting some play-time in with the Xbox One, issues and praises for the hardware, and why a second trip to Yamatai is warranted on Microsoft’s new console. We’ve recently passed the two-month mark on the Xbox One’s retail launch, and needless to say, I’m impressed. The console is packing some serious power within its sexy …