Writers: Joshua Jabcuga and Joe Lansdale Artist: Tadd Galusha Colorist: Ryan Hill Letters: Tom B. Long Publisher: IDW Publishing Elvis has found himself up to his turned-up collar in Bubba Ho-Tep and the Cosmic Bloodsuckers. Recounting the death of the...
Author: Shaun Barbour
The Alterna Comics series comes to its amazing end.
Bunn continues to do horror in the best of ways.
Shaun Barbour reviews volume 3 of the indie comic “Psychosis” in this week’s Indie Smash or Grab!
Jason King has a lot on his mind. New School, Football Tryouts and Bullies. On top all that, a spaceship falls on earth and now he has an alien following him around. Can he handle all this pressure? Find out in this Indie Smash or Grab for Armor Issue #1 and #2!
This week’s Indie Smash or Grab looks at Dulce #1 from writers Eric J Cockrell and Gene Hoyle and artist Gregory Woronchak.
Another Indie Smash or Grab, and this time around we’re looking at the new comic debut Age of Yokai #1. What did we think? Check it out.
This week’s independent comic book creator Smash or Grab is from writer Brian Hawkins and his brand new series.
This week’s Indie Comics Smash or Grab features this brand new independent work, and it’s really cool. Check out our review for Cat & Mouse.
Manhunt #1 Written by: Jeremy Scully Art by: J.C. Grande Letters by: Nikki Powers Simply put, Manhunt is a comic that follows two FBI agents as they try to chase down an elusive hitman. Agents Fries and Jones are on...
Join the amazing creators that are featured in this UK based anthology geared towards supporting and inspiring children with long-term illnesses.
Another trip down indy alley, and this time around it’s a look at a really bad day with a hell of a twist.
It’s another Indy Smash or Grab, and this time around we’re look at Gene Hoyle’s Labyrinth of Bones. Was it a Smash or a Grab?
Go hard ion the independent side of comic books, and it’s a deep, rich field of talent and awesome just waiting to be found.
Dreng Sturnblud is at his all-time low at the beginning of the TPB for Blood Bowl. That is about to change though as he is given the chance to reclaim his former glory. From drunken stupor to rising star, follow Dreng and The Harbingers as they battle for glory on the blood soaked football field.
Killer Instinct #4 Writer: Ian Edginton Artist: Ediano Silva Colorist: Jorge Sutil Letterer: Troy Peteri Published by Dynamite Entertainment Issue #4 of Killer Instinct follows up from issue #3 as we join Tusk, Jago, and Kim Wu in their efforts...
This collection of material on R. Crumb is masterfully assembled, and has much to offer to more than just the artistic community.
Post-Apocalyptic Parkour? Yeah, that’s rad!
A sit down with this amazing comic book creator.
“From Blade and Pinhead to Anapa and Jester there is nothing more satisfying than seeing them duke it out through every page of this comic!”
As an extra added bonus, we also ask Don and John about the active processes behind the creation of the book!
Story by: Marcel Dupree, John Griz, Julien Kohlman, and Guido Martinez Art by: Lucas Perdomo Colors by: Marco Pagnotta Letters by: Brant Fowler Cover by: Joel Cotejar and Marco Pagnotta Variant Cover by: Fredrico Sabbatini and Chiara Miriade Join the...
Cutter brings forth more than ghostly figures, but the monsters that lie in all of us.
Written by: Jenn Arledge Art By: Scott Malin Variant Cover by: Stella Violari In a world where demon hunting and vampires are a real thing, there are a couple people that have turned it into a business. One, training people...
Written by: Mark Powers Art and Cover by: Diego Galindo Colors by: Mohan Letters by: Tom Napolitano Published by Dynamite Entertainment Visited by one of Harry Dresden’s only members of the White Council that liked him, Harry is up to...
So horrible; so amazing!
A fun book you should check out!
And your suffering shall be sweet!
“There needs to be a accompanying soundtrack to this, something that kicks as much ass as his event does!”
The Beauty of Horror II: Ghouliana’s Creeptorium Illustrations by Alan Robert: Publisher: IDW Walking through stores these days it is undoubtedly clear that coloring books are making their own comeback. Not with kids, so much, but with adults still attached...