Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: If you can explain how the Pokémon world works without making it sound like a bizarre dystopia, I would be very grateful. -- @HydrogenGuy
We've seen a number of inspired Pokémon beer pong setups over the years, all adopting different aspects of the much-beloved multimedia monster to deliver brews to those of us who feel like humankind's ceaseless march toward planet death isn't enough reason to drink and require a game to absolve their guilt from imbibing in excess on what's surely a work/school night. Some base their tables on PKMN cards, others merely use their favorite characters and concepts as decorati
When we covered the announcement of the upcoming Pokémon X and Y, I mentioned that I was a little apprehensive about the shift to 3D graphics. Today, though, I have seen something that makes all those misgivings evaporate: A set of designs for a next-gen version of a Poké
Just when you thought you were on the verge of catching 'em all and allowing your soul the rest it so desperately craves, Nintendo announced today that the next Pokémon games are on the way for worldwide release in October 2013 on the 3DS. And not only that, but Pokém
What happens when Mario decides to take that last life and retire to a fishing cabin on the outskirts of the Mushroom Kingdom? Micah Zeilinger shows us a Mario whose Koopa fighting days are decades behind him, as well as an aged Link and a Red whose graying thoughts turn to his beloved, long-departed Pikachu.Zeilinger works as a video game concept artist, and his love of video
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