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Naruto’s greatest mystery revealed – Kakashi’s face

Ready for some super big deal, perhaps even shocking, information? Throughout the entirety of Naruto‘s run, Kakashi’s face has been hidden by his mask. It’s a running gag throughout the series, and some throw-away episodes and chapters in the anime and manga have even shown Team 7 attempting to find out what their teacher looks more »

Justice Society of America enters DC Deck-Building Game

Cryptozoic’s DC Deck-Building Game asks players to defend the universe (or the multiverse, this is comics) with their favorite heroes including Superman, Wonder Woman and Green Lantern. Now, the game is kicking it old school with the Justice Society of America. Crossover Pack 1 features seven new heroes, eight new villains and 10 cards for more »

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past manga is coming back

A long, long time ago, when Nintendo Power was in its prime, people sometimes received awesome things thanks to it. Free copies of Dragon Warrior were one. Installments of Shotaro Ishinomori’s The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past manga were another. It was a means of experiencing the plot of the game without more »

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Read the Pokemon “Dating a Team Magma Grunt” doujinshi

As you can tell, it’s a slow news day. Even if it weren’t, however, I’d still be writing up this post on a fan-translated, Pokemon Alpha Sapphire and Omega Ruby doujinshi. Trust me, “Dating a Team Magma Grunt,” Gooberman(kdk5011), is that good. It’s one of those rare comics you find online and immediately want to more »

Avengers Alliance’s latest Spec Op gets Inhuman

Don’t look now, true believers. Maximus The Mad has approached Nick Fury with some bad news. Thanos is alive and headed to Earth for yet another attempt at conquest. He blames the Inhumans for his last defeat, so Black Bolt and his family have entered the fray. Completing this Spec Op will unlock Crystal and more »

Naruto ending – so long and thanks for all the jutsu

All manga fans may want to set aside a moment of quiet reflection today. An era is drawing to a close, for the Naruto ending is upon us. After 17 years, the series will finally be completed. Masashi Kishimoto’s most famous ninja’s saga is complete. Naruto has a little over a month left. The final more »

Female Thor brings the thunder to Marvel Puzzle Quest

Female Thor is making her mark on the world of Marvel. There’s been buzz surrounding her debut since it was announced back in July 2014. She appeared for the first time in comics , and now she’s coming to video games. In a week and a half, she will come to help save the day more »

Video game comics are better than the actual games

I’m going to admit, before we get started, that I can’t stand The Witcher as a franchise for various reasons. I started reading The Witcher as an obligation; it’s a video game comic and it’s part of my job. That’s when I discovered something strange.

Holy 75th Birthday, Batman!

2014 is a very important year for comic book fans, don’tcha know? On March 30, 1939, Batman debuted in Detective Comics #27, which makes this the 75th anniversary of the caped crusader. As such, every single comic convention and geeky event this year is going to pay some kind of homage to the Dark Knight, more »

Hands On: DC Deckbuilding keeps fighting evil with Heroes Unite

We aren’t just about video games here at GamerTell. My nerdy travels find me playing board games, ccgs and really anything that seems interesting. The DC Comics Deckbuilding Game (yes, the name is bland) is getting a lot of love in my gaming group right now. A brand new expansion, Heroes Unite, released in February more »

Amazon owns ComiXology

A major deal just went down, did you hear? Amazon owns ComiXology now. You know, the site that’s responsible for providing tons of people access to their favorite comic books and graphic novels digitally? It’s a huge move. Which means big things for people who enjoy reading comics. Perhaps even some huge things could be more »

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Let’s Kickstart that Bizenghast video game

Years ago, Tokyopop wasn’t a failure. It was doing so well that it launched Rising Stars of Manga contests to give American artists a shot at creating manga style graphic novels, and M. Alice LeGrow’s was pretty much the only successful (and good) series to come from the contest. It’s story went on over 8 more »