Regular readers of our regular new-comics recommendations round-ups may have noticed that I always list the week's new video game-related comics, but never recommend them. That's because I rarely read video game comics. But, hey, maybe you would like them.
With a new Super Mario Bros. title to tide fans over, and plenty of third-party software, this year's Wii offering includes an eclectic mix of games. But which to buy?
For those of us who can't handle the grown-up action of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, THQ delivers Marvel Super Hero Squad, the game of the television show of the toy line.
Hands-on time with Marvel's new kid-friendly co-op brawler doesn't just present a Lego-game alternative but suggests that Wolverine can wipe the floor with the Incredible Hulk.
THQ has signed an exclusive deal with Marvel Entertainment that will allow them to make games featuring all of their most popular superheroes...in tiny, super-deformed size. Further cementing their position as the child-friendly publisher established with brands like Nickelodeon, they've earned the right to publish…