There are also many drug references and instances where drugs are shown, and frequent, strong use of profanity, including "f--k," "s--t," and more. While it comes with downloadable content DLC , more is scheduled to be released in the future. Add your rating See all 4 parent reviews. Add your rating. By using weapons, gadgets, and superhuman moves, this zany band of heroes accomplishes various over-the-top missions in a sandbox-like open world.
From a roster of a dozen fighters, gamers pick their squad of three highly skilled characters, and can swap between them on the fly. First, the good news. The charming cartoon-like graphics and simple controls also help bolster the game's appeal. But it doesn't take long for the charm to wear off.
For one, the constant banter between the superheroes grows tiring after a short while, laden with insults and profanity, as if the developers were trying to impress the gamer. It's excessive, and will cause many an eye roll. Third, the game is buggy, including instances of waypoints disappearing, not being able to swap agents during a fight, or getting a person or car stuck in an object. It's too bad, really, as Agents of Mayhem looked like a refreshingly fun game. Perhaps some of these issues can be fixed, including assorted technical or graphical bugs, while others might be more difficult to fine-tune after the fact, such as mediocre mission objectives.
Either way, it's worth waiting a bit before picking up this game if at all to see if it gets patched, reduced in price, or both. Families can talk about violence in games. Could this game deliver the same experience without the same focus on bullet-fueled mayhem? Could the characters accomplish their goals without causing so much destruction? Talk about parody.
The gameplay here is clearly made to make fun of action movies, but is its cavalier attitude about sex, profanity, drug use, and violence a problem, or simply a joke? Common Sense Media's unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren't influenced by the product's creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners.
Set preferences to see our top age-appropriate picks for your kids. Prepare yourself for the insanely bizarre antics of two cute little twerps with big heads and even bigger weapons as they carve and mutilate their way through non-stop, hilarious misadventure Can these twisted little demons kick the spleen out of the Devil himself? It's hacks and slashes, peppered with gloom and doom, sauteed with Goth-gore galore! Story and art by Chris Eliopoulos.
In this funny, action-packed graphic novel adventure, a science-obsessed girl finds herself in the middle of one of her favorite monster movies. Can she invent her way out of disaster while also saving the monster who has become her friend? Zoe's favorite thing to do - besides invent and build robots - is watch classic monster movies.
One day, Zoe finds a mysterious ring on her way home from school. There's a massive burst of light! The next morning, a familiar monster appears at Zoe's window. He's from one of her favorite kaiju movies, and he likes Zoe - he wants to be her friend.
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Good thing she's a robotics genius! Two detectives find themselves in the horrifying aftermath of a continuation to the original Mary Shelly masterpiece. Doctor Frankenstein hides away from his responsibilities, and is in denial of his recent violent and unholy failure. But Frankenstein's monster gives him no peace, and wants him to forge an army of the undead and assist him in creating a new and superior race.
Taking it's stylistic cues from the silver age of comics, this graphic road movie by comics legend SHAKY KANE, pans out over 50 continuous panels, taking the reader on a hallucinogenic journey into the very hinterland of popular culture. Softcover Horizontal Format , in. Bi-lingual ; Flip-book.
Full color, 32 pages, slick paper stock. Story and art by David Shayne. Spy Vs. Spy was a long-running feature of MAD Magazine.
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These stories, some of which has been out of print for over 40 years, are now collected into three volumes - Danger, Intrigue, Stupidity; Masters of Mayhem; and Missions of Madness. The crazed work of Antonio Prohias enthralled readers with its madcap adventure and derring-do; now these stories are introduced by longtime MAD editor John Ficarra. Story and art by Paige Braddock. Cecil and his amphibian pals are taking a well-deserved break after saving their pond from freeway construction when a third-grade science class shows up for a field trip.
The kids nab Cecil for their classroom terrarium! At first Cecil is terrified, but he quickly gets used to being a class pet. That is, until Nesbit the chameleon shows up.
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Nesbit wants to be just like Cecil, so he matches his colors and follows him all around the terrarium. He's driving Cecil crazy! Join the whole pond gang for this second delightful environmental romp. Softcover, 6-in. X-Men: First Class Volume 2 - 1st printing. For millions of years, mankind's place on Earth was unchallenged - until five young people paved the way for a new kind of human!
These are the hidden stories of the team that laid the foundation of a mutant dynasty! Hank and Bobby-style! Plus: From investigating haunted museums to dealing with lovesick dragon men, no mission is off limits for the original mutant heroes. See some of comics' top cartoonists take on Xavier's five! Softcover, pages, full color. Dollar Bin Codeword.
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