In the second issue of IDW’s new The X-Files comic series set during the 2016 revival, Mulder and Scully head to the Texas border to investigate the gruesome deaths of a truckload of Mexican immigrants. Read after the jump for our review of “Los Dios de Los Muertos” Part One.
In last month’s issue of The X-Files from Topps, we saw Mulder and Scully discover a mysterious old camera that appeared to be linked to a series of grisly deaths. We catch up with the daring duo just after they located a pair of mummified bodies in an old cellar. Read after the jump for our recap of "Family Portrait Part Two" by Kevin J. Anderson.
My family and I are huge fans of tabletop games. We spend hours every week playing everything from kids card games to intense strategy games that take as long to set up as they do to play, and we regularly host games nights with friends that stretch into the small hours of the morning. I'm sure you can imagine my excitement when IDW Games announced that they would release an X-Files themed tabletop game and, later on, an expansion that added even more cases to the game. Two of my favorite things in the world were combining!
I have now spent lots of time playing the game, so read after the jump for my in-depth look at The X-Files board game.
IDW returns to The X-Files with their new comic series which is set during the recent six-episode revival series of the show. The first issue hit comic book stands today, and moves on from the universe laid out in the earlier comic series Season 10 and Season 11. Read after the jump for our review of issue one, “Active Shooter”.
Moxie might be in short supply these days, but the season finale of Better Call Saul gave us a heaping load of that and then some by shying away from the flash and bang that is the standard fodder of season finales, and instead diving deep into the flesh and bones of its characters.
Content to go at its own pace and not rely on it’s louder, older sibling, Breaking Bad, the entire team delivered a solid season that set Saul apart and cemented it as a brilliant show in its own right.
If I might be so bold… I think I prefer this highly nuanced show to its predecessor.
Hit the jump for the recap and review of “Klick”.