The 5 Best Spider-Man Shows.
(AfroGamers.com) Spider-Man is one of if not the most popular Marvel character of all time. Mind you, I said of all time and not like 2018.
Now, you could say Iron Man but even though he had devoted fans, things didn’t really start to pop for Tony until the movies came out. It’s a shame really because his character was always solid-to-great in the comics–even if he caused most of his troubles.
So... [Read more of this review]
10 Single-player Games That Have Not Aged Well.
(AfroGamers.com) Some games can be played at any time, but some games don’t age well. Here are the 10 single-player games that have not aged well and if you go back to them, you will regret playing them again.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
GTA: Vice City features a single player mode and many of us have spent hundreds of hours in this game. Unlocking the cities, changing apparels, and driving The... [Read more of this review]
My Thoughts About Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4.
(AfroGamers.com) When I got Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 through the mail today, I was absolutely ecstatic because I always wanted to try out a Call Of Duty game and when I played it, I was immediately impressed with the game after playing it for a few hours.
First person shooters nowadays are very common particularly at comic conventions and at gaming tournaments. I have always loved first person shooter... [Read more of this review]
Peerless Dad is Martial Arts Perfection.
(AfroGamers.com) Chinese manhua and Korean manhwa are also gaining popularity thanks to efforts of scanlators–scan and fan translation. Before the main thing you could get out of the scanlator scene was manga that hadn’t been translated into English. So imagine my surprise when I came across some pretty dope comics that were everything I’d hope for.
One of those is Peerless Dad, a Korean... [Read more of this review]
Retro Rewind: X-Men The Animated Series.
(AfroGamers.com) Fox Kids in the early 1990s was a fun time for cartoons–as I’ve mentioned before. One of the gems in its program block was X-Men: The Animated Series. Fox just called it X-Men but like the Batman show it had at the same time, distinctions have to be made.
Of the several X-Men cartoons, this is the most fondly remembered. It had video games, there were trading cards, clothes,... [Read more of this review]
Astro City: The Dark Age.
(AfroGamers.com) Astro City had a number storylines prior to it taking the more mainstream issue-based approach. Prior to this, the series’ issues were written more with being a part of a larger graphic novel than to be read from month to month. Of the storylines featured in the first run of the series, the Dark Age is one of my favorites.
Like all storylines, it does some heavy lifting in the world... [Read more of this review]
Manga History: Samurai Executioner.
(AfroGamers.com) Samurai Executioner. If the series doesn’t ring a bell, the series creators Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima might. They’re the team that really upped the quality of storytelling and dramatic artwork in manga between the early 1970s into the 1980s. Their best known work is Lone Wolf and Cub or Babycart Assassin.
Koike himself is responsible for the training of several legends in... [Read more of this review]
My Thoughts About Survival Heroes.
(AfroGamers.com) When I heard that there was gonna be another battle royale type of game coming out for mobile, I was skeptical at first thinking that it was gonna be another Fornite. But when I found out that this new battle royale game was gonna incorporate MOBA elements into the game, my excitement for this mobile game went straight through the roof.
Upon playing the Survival Heroes mobile game... [Read more of this review]
Get Into American Vampire.
(AfroGamers.com) Vertigo Comics’ American Vampire puts the writing team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Rafael Albuquerque together for one hell of a vampire tale. The first issue dropped in 2010 and ran into 2012.
This story spans the ages starting around the Old West, bleeding into Golden Era Hollywood, and with part one ending with World War II. The comic introduces several characters such... [Read more of this review]
(AfroGamers.com) Image an Earth not much different from ours, in the same time period as ours, where the only people with superpowers is a portion of the Black population. Would things be much different? If you were one of those few what would you do with those powers?
BLACK is a comic from the minds of Kwanza Osajyefo and Tim Smith 3 that tackles these questions and a slew of problems. It got its... [Read more of this review]
Dont Let Dragon’s Dogma Get You Down.
(AfroGamers.com) Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen from Capcom. I’ll tell you what: this game is relentless. It’s not like Dark Soul torture-unforgiving, it’s “survival is essential” relentless. If you’re not adequately prepared for your quests, you’ll be eaten alive because Dragon’s Dogma doesn’t give you breathing room in fights and the wilderness is trying to kill you on every trek.
Initial... [Read more of this review]
Review: ARK: Survival Evolved.
(AfroGamers.com) Every now and then I like to enjoy a game that makes me sit and play for hours upon hours. Not because the game is just that engrossing but because the day and night cycle runs so slowly and in-game it’s too damn scary to travel at night.
Yes, I’m talking about survival games and one of those I really enjoy is ARK: Survival Evolved. Coming to us from Studio Wildcard, ARK has been... [Read more of this review]
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