The first Saturday of May has passed, and as is traditional the 4-Panel gang take a break from their usual shenanigans to pan for gold in the river of free comic books. So what nuggets (golden or otherwise), did Andrew and the back-from-overseas Rob find?
This week Mick and Graham go to “Hellboy” and back (which is pretty easy given that the cinema is just a short walk away), to report on Neil Marshall’s euphemistically-described troubled production. Is it as bad as the internet’s made out, or do they want
The latest chapter in the Fate/Extra saga, and the sequel to Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, picks up the action where right after the events of the previous game, but with a new threat looming, the protectors of Se.Ra.Ph must rise to a new challenge. Does
Every so often you come across a JRPG that simply ticks all the right boxes, and when it was originally released on the PS3, Trails of Cold Steel – the first chapter of the Erebonia Arc of Nihon Falcom’s long-running Legend of Heroes franchise –
Inspired by games like Resident Evil and Onimusha (the original ones), Eternity: The Last Unicorn is an indie fantasy RPG that looks good on the surface. Join Rob as he explores the realms inspired by Viking mythology to find out if there’s any way that
4-Panel rides back into town for another round-up of graphic literature goodness, and this week Andrew (the Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics), are having a chat about comics that deserve more love and attention. Meanwhile, Producer Rob (Got Lost At The Checkout), has manga.
While getting the maximum possible out of the name ‘Hermann Kermit Warm’, Tim and Graham head out West for a review of Jacques Audiard’s English-language debut “The Sisters Brothers”, and revive an old Eclectica staple with Question of the Week. While they were watching Joaquin
“No remarkable journey is achieved without great effort.” It seems a bit strange to apply those words to a game, but then, Outward: The Adventure Life Simulator isn’t your usual open-world RPG. Join Rob as he explores the strange, dazzling and deadly world of Aurai
The latest iteration in Koei Tecmo’s long-running Dead or Alive series of fighting games (and other things), flounces its way on to consoles and PCs, but given the behemoth that the previous instalment eventually became thanks to a veritable mountain of DLC and the release
So we finally get our first proper look at the new, stand-alone movie about the Clown Prince of Crime starring Joaquin Phoenix, but can it match up to Jokers past? Does The Joker need a sympathetic origin story, and which actors played the role the