It opens with a man masturbating on a Juarez, Mexico rooftop and wraps up with a head-exploding punch; surprising then that the first word that popped into my head when I finished reading the inaugural Deus Ex comic is smart.
Blond men do battle in the first issue of Wildstorm's comic book tie-in for Trion's Rift: Planes of Telara. It's in comic book stores today, so check out the first 10 pages here to see if it's worth the trip.
With interior art by Chris Mitten, covers by Ben Templesmith, and a story Ian Edginton, Wildstorm's Kane & Lynch comic book series could do a better job at capturing the duo's manic action than the video games do.
DC's Wildstorm imprint makes video game comic book magic once more with Nier, a three-part online comic book series detailing the fall of humanity and its lasting effects in Square Enix's upcoming action RPG.
No video game is safe from DC Comics' WildStorm imprint, as NCsoft's Aion becomes the latest title to get the comic book treatment, with a special issue available at PAX or with purchase at GameStop.
The first issue of DC imprint Wildstorm's new Resident Evil comic book mini-series hits comic book stores tomorrow, and we've taken a sneak peek to see if it's worth your bathroom reading time.
WildStorm can't help it. They've got the games fever. A particularly nasty, Capcom-specific strain of it, which is leading them to publish comics based on every Capcom franchise they can think of.
As I've said before, DC's WildStorm imprint is slowly becoming THE video game comic book label of choice. They've got World of Warcraft (an excellent series btw), Gears of War, the recently announced Mirror's Edge, and now they're adding two of Capcom's hottest properties to the list. That's right, Resident Evil and…