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Black Manta Surges into DC Dual Force

  Article by Adam Ray DC Dual Force maintains its growth as an online card game with the regular reward drops on Twitch and it's new commitment to themed seasons that match the tone of the other great comic themed digital card game right now. To tie into the release of the sequel to Jason Momoa's Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom , Black Manta and many new cards have been added to the game which perfectly match the iconic villain's new way to play. The Black Manta leader card is in the Anarchy type, which still makes sense given his destructive tendencies and his pathological hatred for the deep and Aquaman. He also brings the beloved or be-hated playstyle into Dual Force: Mill. Mill is the style of play where you deliberately remove cards from your opponent's deck so that they eventually run out of cards, and in most card games, if they try to draw from an empty deck, they lose. Both Manta himself, and a signature card, Piracy, looks to try and destroy cards from your oppon

Review: The Witcher 'The Lesser Evil'

The Witcher: The Lesser Evil Original Story: Andrzej Sapkowsk Writers: Jacek Rembiś, Borys Pugacz-Muraszkiewicz Artist: Adam Gorham Color Artist: Patricio Delpeche Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Review by Adam Ray The world of The Witcher is a rich and detailed world of mythic fantasy. The tales based in this world feel like classic fairy tales, but with a more sincere and dark spin. At the same time, this magical world can bring us intense morality plays, by making magical monsters a threat, but the greed of the people is the true evil here. "The Lesser Evil" is a delightful, concise ingot of fantasy fiction set in this world. We get our hero, Geralt, dealing with a moral quandary instead of an imposing figure or sinister lord. Two rival forces each put forward two valid points for why one should eliminate the other. The lesser of two evils being realized. Geralt's signature blend of awareness of the situation and utter lack of caring is consistent. For me, it's har