Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: NYC Showdown is another solid retro collection from Nickelodeon, though this re-release is not without flaws.
Slender: The Arrival is the equivalent of a B-level, direct to video horror movie - a cheap, short thrill that will keep you entertained for a few hours.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #3 is a real page-turner, full of complex characters, interesting dialogue and thrilling tension.
Nick is re-releasing the 2003 TMNT cartoon series, beginning with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Search For Splinter, available on DVD June 9th.
The Black Hood #3 continues to drive the story forward, adding more layers to Greg and giving us more of a glimpse at his take on the vigilante.
Technical issues aside, The Consequence is a memorable and enjoyable experience for The Evil Within fans, and one of the better uses of DLC in some time.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #2 is worth the wait, focusing on the sinister Madam Satan and her past relationship with Sabrina's father.
SanctuaryRPG: Black Edition is a rather daring title in this day and age -- a risk that you sadly don't see many companies take anymore.
DiRT Rally feels different from the past two iterations, with a completely redesigned engine that emulates all the subtleties of actual rally racing.
Viz Media's Death Note: The Complete Series contains all 37 episodes and over three hours of supplemental material across 10 discs.