Victor Vran: Overkill Edition

Victor Vran was not what I was expecting. It’s an ARPG, along the lines of Diablo 3, Super Dungeon Bros or Bastion and I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover, a game by it’s art or a man by his fart but sometimes you just do and this time I just did, from the tone of the game art I thought Gerard had thrown me in to an overly serious, Van Helsing wannabe, ...[Read More]

Wonder Woman

As you all may have guessed (given the fact I co-founded a website dedicated to all things nerdy) I love comic books, especially superhero comics. As a former fat, ginger nerd who attended an all-boys catholic high school, I received my fair share of ass kicking’s from the “cool kids” and thus took solace in comics, there’s something comforting about picturing yourself as Batman, and beating the p...[Read More]


You may remember some time ago we did a comic book review of Tarik, published by “Back Pocket Comics”. Well it was more of a first impression really as it was only the first issue and it can be difficult to do a full review on just one issue. Anyway, our friends at Back Pocket Comics have written another issue to Tarik, not only that, they have redrawn, edited and coloured the original and made it...[Read More]

Tarik (Issue 1)

Thus far I have only had the pleasure of reading the first issue of Tarik so a full review is always difficult but like the professional I am (Fuck you, I am) I persevered . The Plot Tarik is set in “the Kingdom of Altair” and follows the story of a young boy named Tarik, a member of the iron district. He is left orphaned as a boy when his mother, “Grania” and his father (unnamed), are killed by m...[Read More]