Titan Comics have been delving into the lore of the Assassin’s Creed world for well over a year now, gathering a few different series under their belts over this time. The Uprising comic series looks to take both the Templar and Brotherhood based comics, merging them into a fresh and exhilarating amalgamation, in order to reach the culmination of the long-standing Phoenix Project plot. Will they blend seamlessly, or go together like the proverbial chalk and cheese?
January 30, 2017
Dark Souls Winter’s Spite Issue #2 – Comic Review
It’s straight into the action with the latest Dark Souls comic, which is good because Winter’s Spite Issue one was, admittedly, rather slow. This new issue, however, is a much needed change of pace that works off the foundations laid by Issue one to tell a fast and violent chapter in Andred of Ithvale’s story.
January 10, 2017
Assassin’s Creed #14 – Comic Review
After thirteen issues and a handful of major story arcs, the Assassin’s Creed comic series published by Titan Comics has reached its final chapter. In the issues leading up to #14, the writers have really stepped it up a gear, setting the stage for an action-packed finale. But will it be a fitting conclusion for Charlotte de la Cruz’s transition into the next great female assassin?
January 5, 2017
Assassin’s Creed Last Descendants: Locus Issue #4 – Comic Review
So here we are again with the epic Assassin’s Creed Locus saga really hotting up and coming to the boil. Like an old 1950’s TV series, the last episode left us on an action packed cliffhanger and kept me wondering what was going to happen next.
December 15, 2016
Assassin’s Creed: Awakening #2 – Comic Review
I’ve heard great things about the adventures of renowned pirate Edward Kenway, which lead to me being rather excited to take in a manga adaptation mini-series, Assassin’s Creed: Awakening featuring him. The initial issue from Titan Comics failed to live up to my expectations, but now the time has come to give the second part – of six in total – a read. Will issue #2 be more visually appealing and manage to develop the story more efficiently?
December 6, 2016
Assassin’s Creed Last Descendants: Locus Issue #3 – Comic Review
When issue #3 of the Last Descendants: Locus comic book saga arrived in my inbox, I felt a tingle of excitement as I opened the pages with baited breath. This is a good sign that the Assassin’s Creed epic has got me hooked.
November 24, 2016
Assassin’s Creed #13 – Comic Review
The Assassin’s Creed ‘Homecoming’ arc is nearing its end, with the penultimate comic, issue #13, arriving for our reading pleasure. After a vast improvement in the last outing, and a rather exciting cameo to boot, the stage is set for the newest issue to follow on the same exciting path. However, knowing how the Titan Comics series has gone already, I’m never quite sure what to expect. Can they buck the up and down trend?
November 20, 2016
Dark Souls Winter’s Spite Issue #1 – Comic Review
They’re really churning these Dark Souls comics out. It feels like they’ve been in constant supply since Titan Comics released the original series earlier this year.
And the amazing thing is that they’re all quite good. And the latest series continues that trend.
November 18, 2016
Assassin’s Creed: Awakening #1 – Comic Review
Titan Comics aren’t simply satisfied with launching just the Assassins, Templars and Locus comic series. Now, they’re delving into world of Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag to bring us the escapades of the brilliant Edward Kenway during the Golden Age of Piracy. How will this latest mini-series fare? Could Assassin’s Creed: Awakening #1 be a fascinating look at the life of young captain Kenway?
November 14, 2016
Dark Souls: Legends of the Flame #2 – Comic Review
As you’d expect, Legends of the Flame #2 picks up where the first issue left off, which, to be honest, isn’t anywhere in particular. This new duology (as this is the final issue) is more of a collection of mini-stories told to a warrior over a bonfire. The opening scene of this issue informs us that this warrior seeks a certain ‘fortune’ and that the hooded figure is guiding him by narrating these allegories.
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