Alistair Meath has a heck of a lot to reckon with in this excellent conclusion to Paknadel, Galindo, Guzowski and Campbell’s first arc.
Author: Christa Harader
We sat down with David Pepose to talk about Spencer & Locke’s eagerly anticipated volume 2, plus everything we loved about volume 1!
Incursion #1 hits the ground running with world-building, violence and more heart than I expected out of an action-packed issue. I just love a good foray into death, don’t you? Story: Andy Diggle & Alex Paknadel Art: Doug Braithwaite Colors:...
Henry Henry’s done a bad thing and he’s about to do a lot more. Ah, the joys of hanging out with writers. Don’t invite them into your dreams. It gets messy.
Wasted Space #6 continues the hilarious, dark and weird saga of Billy, Dust and Molly as they try to … kill a god? Seems doable.
Friendo #4 proves that having a dream isn’t dumb. It’s thinking that it’ll be the shining thing your soul yearns for when it comes true that’s the problem.
We’ve wrested narrative control from Henry Henry long enough to chat with Ryan O’Sullivan, Andrea Mutti & Vladimir Popov about all things Fearscape!
Sheets is one of the most nuanced and hopeful looks at grief and loss in years, with all the imagination and tenderness one could hope for.
Kino #13 is Paknadel in his element, with a dive into explosive action and the perils of not knowing yourself – or possibly knowing yourself too well.
The big ball of fire’s a’comin’, the gang’s about to blow some stuff up and big choices are ahead for Rider and crew in Death Orb #4. Story: Ryan Ferrier Art: Alejandro Aragon Colors: Chris O’Halloran Letters: Ryan Ferrier Publisher:...
Sebela and team are back with an action-packed cap issue to Crowded’s first story arc that doesn’t just fail to disappoint: it truly delights!
Everything’s come down to disintegrating flesh and brutalized memories for Sebastian and Becky. With both of their lives on the line, who’ll win out?
Rory Landell’s the king of the ring, but when his promo travels to Planet Wrestletopia, he may find he’s not the Champion of the Universe for long.
Alistair Meath’s life’s not getting any easier, and as Paknadel tightens the bureaucratic noose his future’s not looking so bright.
Henry Henry’s journey into the land of humanity’s greatest fears is behind him. He’s conquered the big bad, published a successful book and finally become the author of note he’s always dreamed of being. Sounds great, right? Story: Ryan O’Sullivan...
Leo’s on the road after a robbery attempt turns weirdly profitable, and strange things are afoot at the local bar
Death Orb #3’s on shelves, and this time Rider’s got a posse … or maybe the posse’s got him? Story: Ryan Ferrier Art: Alejandro Aragon Colors: Chris O’Halloran Letters: Ryan Ferrier Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Either way, things are heating up as...
In Paknadel’s capable hands, Alistair Meath tackles the biggest challenge a superhero can face: reality, in all its dismal, confusing glory.
See, it’s less cinematic glamour and more of a personal descent into a bright, disturbing hellscape.
Proof that some first-issue groundwork can pay off, Fearscape #2 sets its sights on the weird & wonderful depths of its audience’s collective imagination.
Story: Christofer Emgård Art: Tomás Aira Letters: Mauro Mantella Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Join the Army, they said. Serve your country, they said. Crash in enemy territory while escorting an elite squad of soldiers and have an escalating crisis of...
Story: Matt Kindt Art: Tyler Jenkins Colors: Hilary Jenkins Letters: Jim Campbell Editor: Eric Harburn Publisher: Boom! Studios Join the Boy Scouts of America, they said. Learn some discipline, they said. Fraternize with your peers, they said. Become an integral part...
These Savage Shores #1 sets a higher bar for historical-cum-horror narratives, with great action, superb craft and a well-executed concept.
We sat down with creator Alex Paknadel to talk about Friendo, the dying dream of the tech frontier, J.G. Ballard and a most uncertain future.
Paradiso #7 spirals deeper into its own unique lore and gets to what, exactly, this dizzingly bizarre city wants with us – and Jack.
Friendo #1 is fast, fun, slick and disturbing – everything you ever wanted out of the not-so-distant Millennial L.A. of our nightmares.
I don’t always like clever, but I’ll concede when clever does what it sets out to do and is entertaining along the way. I also really appreciate when conceit and creativity bolster each other in equal measure. It’s a fine line to walk, and so far O’Sullivan makes it happen.
Ice Cream Man #6 is the latest installment in Prince & Morazzo’s nerve-jangling foray into twisted Americana, and it’s a doozy.
Mystery and intrigue! Apocalyptic death cults! Cool motorcycles! Death Orb #1 sets high stakes – and meets them – in this fun first installment.
Boy Zero’s gritty noir concept is unique and its ambitions are admirable, but the concept falters a little in its telling and execution.