We've been trying to work with IGN for a while and we're super happy that they wanted to make The Walking Dead: Assault their game of the month. Here's what IGN has to say:
IGN has partnered with Skybound Entertainment to give gamers The Walking Dead: Assault for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch free-of-charge! Copies are available on a first come, first serve basis, so visit http://go.ign.com/freewalkingdead to grab your App Store promo code while supplies last.
We praised The Walking Dead: Assault (not to be confused with Telltale's episodic adventure) for its excellent attention to detail, tactical action, its bevy of extras and more in our original review.
This promotion is open to anyone in the ten countries listed below - no IGN registration or IGN Prime account is required.
Every month, the IGN Free Game of the Month will provide gamers an opportunity to grab a complimentary copy of an App Store game hand-picked by IGN’s editorial experts. The codes are available on a first-come, first-served basis to any gamer in USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland, Spain and Sweden.
Get your copy of The Walking Dead: Assault at http://go.ign.com/freewalkingdead.
Robert is set to appear on Conan tonight (Thursday, March 7th)! Conan airs at 11pm/10pm central. Also on the show will be James Franco and musician Jamie N Commons. Set your DVRs, tell your friends and family!
Witch Doctor keeps getting the love! Check out these reviews:
Newsarama says, "'Rama Rating 10 out of 10... hands down, Image's nicest looking book of the week... Go get yourself some Witch Doctor. It's weird. It's funny. It's creepy. It's smart. It's simply good comics."
Ain't It Cool News says, "I really can’t recommend WITCH DOCTOR: MAL PRACTICE #4 and the rest of the series enough. It’s got a lot of comic booky fun and doesn’t forget its horror roots. If you’re looking for the right blend of action, horror, and humor, WITCH DOCTOR: MAL PRACTICE is what the doctor ordered… Yeah, that’s right, I said it." He did, it's true.
Fangoria says, "Fans are grabbing up the releases like they can cure cancer, and who can blame them? ...With these two behind the series, it's about as solid as horror gets."
FEARnet says, "This is some of my favorite type of fiction." (caution: spoilerish)
UPDATE! MORE REVIEWS:
Bleeding Cool says, "The book continues to find the balance of comedy and horror… I probably say this every review, but it bears repeating and repeating, Ketner just keeps getting better."
Bloody Disgusting says, "Close to its six-part conclusion, 'Witch Doctor: Mal Practice' #4 keeps adding more twists and surprises. With its combination of supernatural and medical drama, the 'Witch Doctor' series continues to be a fun and entertaining read. If you haven’t started yet, this is the perfect time to jump right in." 4.5/5 skulls
Multiversity says, "This is probably the best issue so far in the miniseries, exemplifying just how good Seifert is at keeping a story rolling and weaving in all kinds of intriguing background information. And then, of course, Ketner’s art is rising to the challenge and getting across all this information in a manner that’s both appropriately macabre and concise." 8.3/10
If you haven't read Witch Doctor yet, A) what's wrong with you? B) pick up the trade paperback here. It's a young series, go ahead and jump on in! Those sites aren't lying!
(crossposted from TheWalkingDead.com)