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This month, WildStorm is launching a six-issue miniseries based on the highly successful "God of War" games. CBR spoke with writer Marv Wolfman and artist Andrea Sorrentino about the project.
A motion comic based on the "Command & Conquer" video game series arrived this past weekend and we spoke with writer Jackson Lanzing about the project. Check out the interview, then watch the first episode right here!
The CBR Games Roundup is back again to usher in a new month of video game releases. This month's offerings include "Final Fantasy XIII," "Battlefield: Bad Company 2," a pair of MLB games and "God of War III."
CBR News spoke with script writer John Jackson Miller and artist Omar Francia about "Mass Effect: Redemption's" success so far and Dark Horse provided us with an exclusive preview of issue #3.
Ape Entertainment and Bolt Creative have announced a comic series based on the popular "Pocket God" game. CBR spoke with Ape's David Hedgecock and Bolt Creative's Dave Castelnuovo for details about the project.
There's some big games arriving this month, and the CBR Games Roundup is back to take a look at some of the biggest. "Star Trek Online," Bioshock 2," Dante's Inferno" and "Heavy Rain" lead the list of this month's releases.
We spoke with Neil Druckmann, co-writer of the "Uncharted" games, about his first graphic novel "A Second Chance at Sarah," creating "Uncharted" motion comics and the differences between writing for comics and games.
Arriving alongside the highly anticipated "Army of Two: The 40th Day" game this week is the new "Army of Two" ongoing comic from IDW. Writer Peter Milligan gave CBR the lowdown on what fans can expect from the series.
"Mass Effect 2" hits stores in late January and BioWare and Dark Horse have teamed up to whet fans' appetites with "Mass Effect: Redemption." CBR spoke with writer Mac Walters and artist Omar Francia about the series.
The CBR Games Roundup is back to start the New Year off with a bang, and January looks to be a strong month for games, led by some highly anticipated titles like "Bayonetta," "Darksiders" and "Mass Effect 2."
While "Batman: Arkham Asylum" did not take home any awards at the Spike Video Game Awards ceremony, the game's developer, Rocksteady Studios, was named Studio of the Year and a teaser trailer for the sequel was unveiled.
The CBR Games Roundup is back once again with the highlights of December's video game releases. While it's a slow month overall, there are a few major releases, led by "Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks" and "The Saboteur."
This December, WildStorm and EA take readers to Hell with "Dante's Inferno," a six-issue limited series that is based on the upcoming game. CBR spoke with series writer Christos Gage this week about his journey into the Nine Circles.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" is in stores now, and WildStorm’s new "Modern Warfare 2: Ghost" limited series hits shelves tomorrow. CBR speaks with writer David Lapham to talk about the video game inspired series.
November has arrived, and the Games Roundup is here with a look at this month's video game offerings. November is headlined by some big-name sequels, including "Modern Warfare 2," "Left 4 Dead 2" and "Assassin's Creed 2."
Superstar comic book artist Joe Madureira talks to CBR News about his role as Creative Director on "Darksiders," the new adventure game coming to the PS3 and XBox 360 in January 2010.
Last Legion Games' Gregory Milken spoke with CBR about the challenges the company faced when "Watchmen: Justice is Coming" first launched, and what features the update adds to the game.
October sees "Marvel Super Hero Squad" make the jump into video games, as it arrives on various platforms. We spoke with Blue Tongue Entertainment's Robert Blackadder about the game.
October is here, and the Games Roundup is back to take a look at this month's video game offerings. The cream of this month's cop includes "Uncharted 2," "Gran Turismo PSP," "Brutal Legend" and "Borderlands."
Arriving alongside the new movie, "Astro Boy: The Video Game" seeks to provide a fun experience for Astro fans. CBR speaks with High Voltage's Cameron Rains about how the game draws inspiration from Astro's rich history.