World of Warcraft Composer Jason Hayes and His Video Game Tribute Band ‘Critical Hit’ to Perform for Wizard World Fans Throughout 2015
Exclusive Convention Performances Begin Saturday at New Orleans Comic Con
Music and videogames will come together at Wizard World Comic Con events throughout 2015, when composer Jason Hayes and Critical Hit, an A-list videogame music band performing original arrangements and electrifying live concerts of music from the most celebrated videogames of all time, performs at every Wizard World (OTCBB: WIZD) event of the year, beginning this weekend on January 9 at New Orleans Comic Con at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
Check out Critical Hit’s new music video below, and all of them here!
Continue reading Wizard World Announces ‘Critical Hit’ Performances at 2015 Conventions
New Comics Wednesday is upon us again, and some of us here at Outright Geekery are running down the top pick on our comic stacks for this week. What are you looking forward to reading this week? Continue reading Geeks’ Picks for New Comics: October 29th, 2014
CRITICAL HIT #2
Written by Matt Miner
Art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, Doug Garbark
Published by Black Mask Studios
Release Date: October 29, 2014
Jeanette and Sarah find themselves in a terrifying and brutally violent situation when they’re taken captive by a rogue gang of killers whom the girls mistook for mere sport hunters. Matt Miner pushes his young vigilantes deeper into the heart of darkness and raises the stakes as one of the girls fights for her life.
As mentioned in my Geek Picks for October 29th, I picked up Critical Hit issue #1 after it was recommended to me by Gaumer. I didn’t know at the time this was the follow-up to another series called Liberators, and now I will have to pick up a trade or hunt down the back issues of Liberators. Consider that a testimony to how much I am enjoying Critical Hit. Here’s a preview.
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Comic book publisher Black Mask Studios isn’t your typical comic company. Black Mask is a creator-centric studio, meaning they support comic creators in ways that the Big 2 couldn’t even come close to. But Black Mask is also designed to be a new pipeline for transgressive art, and, in an industry dominated by norms, Black Mask Studios is dedicated to going against the grain and pushing the boundaries of sequential art for the sheer sake of the art-form itself. So, when Black Mask Studios sent us an advanced copy of their upcoming comic book Critical Hit and asked us to review it, we were more than happy to oblige. Here’s our spoiler-free review.
Continue reading Advanced Review: Critical Hit #1