Jeremy Schmidt, Fanbase Press Contributor

Jeremy Schmidt, Fanbase Press Contributor

Upon finishing The Flutter Collection, you will be filled with a million questions, and none of them will be, “Why did I read this?” You will have questions, though - questions that you will not likely be able to answer. You will need to reach out to others for answers. Thus, you will learn and be made better for it. You will be challenged and be made to overcome these challenges. That is why you read it. To accept others, and be yourself, accepted.

She is a feral child. He is a broken old man. They brandish hot blades. They make short work of nasty, bearded vikings. They take no notice of the blood left behind. Together, they are Sword Daughter.

Elizabeth Dumn is a rude, 16-year-old, devil-stomping problem child, and it’s time we all start being a little more like her.

God of War #1 is loud. God of War #1 is hard. God of War #1 is lush and full of ashy muscles frequently flexed and toned by its stoic protagonist, Kratos.

It is no surprise that The Witcher holds up as an excellent companion to an already beautifully designed video game. The Witcher Library Edition Vol. 1 throws in everything plus the kitchen sink, meeting all of your witching needs in one foul swoop.

Harrow County Library Edition would make the perfect gift for anyone even remotely devoted to the horror genre, if only we gave gifts on Halloween.

Whether you are traveling to the Para-Zone for the first time, or coming back for more, there is always something to discover in Black Hammer.

Gideon Falls is conceptually one of the scariest comic books I’ve ever read, and the very first collected volume is available just in time for Halloween.

Bonehead - now THAT is a title. The word itself alludes to a doltish, neanderthal, half-wit, or stupid person; however, in the context of the story, it refers to a person who belongs to one of many parkour gangs that run around doing cool tricks using only their bodies! All of the aforementioned Boneheads have uniquely decorated helmets that distinguish them from other (different) Boneheads. The book is published by Image Comics / Top Cow and dares to answer the question, “What if The Warriors was made in 2010?”

All hail the con men and women that make the plot to Dragon Age: Deception both comedic and compelling.

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