After “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”, people had very mixed opinions. Some felt that it was a nice, fresh take on a classic franchise, others thought it was dull and had too much of a focus on the human characters.
Although I enjoyed the movie, I admit that it has flaws. The film had too much of a focus on the human characters, and should have focused more on the ape characters. The film also tried way too hard to reference the originals. With that being said, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is undoubtedly the magnum opus of the “Planet of the Apes” series. Not only is this one of the best sci-fi movies in recent years, but this is also a film worthy of a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards.
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: David Marquez
Miles Morales decides to reveal his secret to his girlfriend, and the hunt is on for the newly escaped Green Goblin.
Writer: Skottie Young
Artist: Skottie Young
Rocket Raccoon stars in his own series just in time for the highly anticipated Guardians of the Galaxy film.
First things first; if you are a pretentious movie-goer that does not know how to have fun whilst watching a movie, than you have already made up your mind about Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Writer: Cullen Bunn
Artist: Salva Espin
The epic battle between the hilarious Deadpool and the gruesome Carnage comes to an end in this last part of the series.
Writer: Alan Davis
Artist: Mark Farmer
The Hulk returns in a new series with the strangest teens of all, the X-Men.
Writer: Keith Giffen, Dan Didio
Artist: Keith Giffen, Scott Koblish
From the people who brought you OMAC, AKA the book that almost nobody read because Dan Didio’s name was on it, comes Infinity Man and the Forever People.
Writer: Peter Tomasi
Artist: Patrick Gleason
Instead of finding out if Damian is going to come back from the dead after clearly seeing him almost dunked in the Lazarus Pit, we get a bunch of boring dialogue between Ra’s and Batman
Writer: Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen
Artist: Keith Giffen, Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Frankenstein and the gang are still stuck in the Phantom Zone
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Platforms: PlayStation 4/PlayStation 3/ Xbox One/Xbox 360/Wii U/PC
Rating: M (17+)
The city of Chicago is at your fingertips in this year’s most highly anticipated game.