Author > Lyle Arends

A mystery wrapped in a riddle deep-fried in a paradox, the being known as Lyle spends his time gaming, watching films, reading comics and banging out scripts religiously. Not much is known about this witty mystery being, but legend states that gazing upon his face is equivalent to gazing at the Matrix.

Posts by Lyle Arends

Battlefield 1 – Game Review

After Battlefield 4’s rocky launch, Battlefield: Hardline’s mediocre reception, and the fact that Call of Duty has jumped the shark so hard it’s literally landed up in space, Battlefield 1
By Lyle Arends on 27 Oct 2016

Destiny: Rise Of Iron – Game Review

34 days 7 hours and 33 minutes. That’s how much time I’ve sunk into Destiny. I’ve broken Atheon and its hold on time, slayed the rising threat of Crota, defeated
By Lyle Arends on 27 Sep 2016

Fan Zone – Batman: Black Sun

Last week we kicked off a brand-new Fan Zone section with Sergio Pereira’s The Darkest Knight: A Batman Story. This week we have another Batman fan story by Lyle Arends
By Lyle Arends on 15 Sep 2016

The Shallows – Movie Review

Let’s be honest here… Shark movies these last few years have just been bad. They’ve moved from thrilling/terrifying to thrilling but with a hint of nomable cheese to a complete
By Lyle Arends on 05 Sep 2016

The Crow: Skinning the Wolves

When James O’barr was younger, he lost his girlfriend to a drunk driver and enrolled in the military to try and deal with his pain. But when that didn’t help,
By Lyle Arends on 21 May 2013

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

“Is it a bird? Is it a plane” No! It’s a homicidal, fashion impaired Superman – run!” This is basically the plot of NetherRealm’s latest DC brawler, Injustice: Gods Among
By Lyle Arends on 25 Apr 2013

Aquaman Vol. 1 – The Trench Review

If somebody says Aquaman, the first word that comes to your mind is probably not “Badass.” But with The Trench, Geoff Johns does something that writers over the years have
By Lyle Arends on 17 Apr 2013