The horror-comedy published by Desperado is in the vein of Shaun of the Dead and centers on a regular, angst-ridden twenty-something who still lives at home with his mom, has a crappy job at a skating rink and has to lock himself up once a month to avoid killing people. What’s a kid to do when he’s inherited his dad’s inconvenient werewolf genes? Justin discovers he’s not alone when he joins a twelve-step-esque group therapy for other monsters. But instead of finding answers he finds himself swept up in the identity politics of the monster set. Thirteen Steps….because when it’s supernatural you need that extra step.
Usually when November comes around, you’re thinking Thanksgiving. No school. And Call Of Duty. Every year around November a Call Of Duty game has been released for a long while. So naturally we just assume the next Call Of Duty will be released in November. Well, this holds true for another year as Target has gotten reservation cards for Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2. The game will officially be announced May 1st, and reservations for its November 13th release will start May 2nd. That’s all we know for now, more as it comes!