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Wildermyth tells incredible stories that hit surprisingly hard

Superman ‘78 #1 trusts the power of Christopher Reeve’s Man of Steel

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings retcons Marvel history to strengthen the MCU

Aliens: Fireteam Elite is safe to the point of being forgettable

Psychonauts 2 is a flood of joyous ideas

Reminiscence lays out a terrible future by staring back at the past

The Night House puts big cosmic horror into a small haunted-house story

Neill Blomkamp exorcises Demonic of its pulp horror potential

Alien: Fate of the Nostromo is a tight, tense board game with multiple endings

Netflix’s comedy The Chair finds the bitter humor in woke college politics

Maggie Q kicks all the ass in The Protégé, but can’t kick the film into shape

Boyfriend Dungeon’s sincerity helps it tackle dark themes with care

Warhammer 40K Sisters of Battle comic plays it too safe for a diversifying audience

Twelve Minutes is an uncomfortable journey — maybe too uncomfortable

Axiom Verge 2 is obsessed, and cursed, with nostalgia

Junji Ito does Lovecraft better than Lovecraft in Sensor

Titans season 3 has too much Batman for a show with no Batman

Beckett puts the wrong man at the center of a wrong-man thriller

Netflix’s new Monster Hunter movie captures the feeling of being a new player

Taika Waititi’s Reservation Dogs dives into the meaner side of his humor

The playful, fearless CODA asks tough questions about Deaf family life

Don’t Breathe 2 buries a great action film inside a so-so exploitation movie

The Gargoyles board game has great combat, but it needs more Keith David

Chainsaw Man’s creator abandons the gore in his emotionally devastating new manga

Netflix’s series Brand New Cherry Flavor might be the grossest thing you see this year

Great Western Trail Second Edition reinvigorates a modern board game classic

The Ascent can’t decide what it wants to be

DC’s Batman ’89 comic shows a face of Harvey Dent we’ve never seen before

Descent: Legends of the Dark finally lives up to the franchise’s full potential

Kill Team reboot brings D&D-style storytelling to Warhammer 40K

John Boyega’s sci-fi heist movie Naked Singularity sounds amazing, but, uh

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Vivo can’t escape the shadow of Hamilton