The other day, comic-book fans got an amazing piece of news: the beloved Y the Last Man is not going to be shoehorned into movie form, but will get to live and breathe as a TV show. Even though comics rule movies these days, some of them are just too big for a two-hour package.
After 150 issues spread over 13 years, the grand comic that is Fables has finally come to an end.
The season finale of The Wolf Among Us comes out next week. The fifth episode of Telltale's adaptation of DC Comics' Fables series hits Steam and North American PSN on Tuesday July 8. It lands on European PSN and Xbox Live on Wednesday July 9, with the iOS version following on Thursday July 10.
Superman, Batman, Aquaman, and a very large shark from Injustice: Gods Among Us lead off this week's selection of a dozen gaming wallpapers.
Telltale's The Wolf Among Us has always had a tricky task: Tell a story with a theoretically infinite number of famous characters, based on a comic series that not all of its players have read, and keep things reasonably focused and coherent. Give Fables fans what they want; give everyone a story that makes sense.
Telltale Games has released the spoiler-filled trailer for A Crooked Mile, episode three of The Wolf Among Us adventure game, and man does it make me want to stop writing this and play episode two.
Can't get enough Jack and Bigby? Here's the trailer for episode two of Telltale Games' The Wolf Among Us. Will Jack get his ass-kicked by the big bad in Smoke & Mirrors? Next week is far too long to wait for an answer. Just imagine it in your head until then. (via IGN)
Bigby who? Is he the guy next to Jack? The second episode of Fables, Smoke & Mirrors, is almost ready for prime time, so Telltale Games decided to call in a little star power to finish the job. That handsome blond fellow? He's Jack, aka Jack Frost, aka Jack the Giant Killer, aka not really but we'll run with it…
Bigby Wolf stalks iOS this evening in the first episode of Telltale Games' Fables series. Released in October for PC, Mac and consoles, The Wolf Among Us begins a pre-comic murder mystery starring a fairy tale villain on the road to redemption. It's a good start.
It's a killer setup for a mystery: Hundreds of storybook fables have relocated to New York. One man—the Big Bad Wolf—is in charge of keeping order. And now, someone is murdering fables. That's the premise for The Wolf Among Us, a new game based on Vertigo's popular Fables comics. And while the game is often as cool as…
The folks behind the astounding The Walking Dead games kick-off a new serialized adventure tomorrow with The Wolf Among Us, based on an award-winning comic book about fairy tale characters. If that sounds childish and prosaic to you, you've been reading the wrong fairy tales.
What if fairy tales were real? What if wolves and demons and talking mice walked right up to the counter at the grocery store and swiped their milk across the scanners just like you do? What if your jerk neighbor who screams like a boar every time he fights with his wife actually was a boar?
Next up from Telltale, developers of The Walking Dead adventure game? A prequel to the Fables comics series.
In a smart move, Telltale's video game series based on the Fables comics won't try and adapt the overall arc of the modern-day epic. Instead, as the developer tells IGN, it'll focus on one character: Bigby Wolf.
We haven't heard too much about it, but there's going to be a game based on the excellent Fables series of comics. If you like the idea of that, you'll love this.
Not only is Telltale Games working on a title based on the hit television and comic book property The Walking Dead, they've also snagged the rights to create games based on Vertigo's fan-favorite fairy tale series Fables.
I um and ah because, OK, it's a quite sophisticated piece of tech. These days I don't get involved so much…