Dark Horse brings us THE biggest missed opportunity within the sci-fi world – the legendary and mind-blowing script for the third movie of the franchise by Cyberpunk literary giant, William Gibson.
Author: Erik Koehn
Ann Nocenti – Writer David Aja – Artist and letterer Edited by Karen Berger Published by Dark Horse/Berger Books Have you ever had a mostly realistic dream in which the surreality of it all only becomes noticeable upon later reflection?...
Taking a look at the imprint’s legacy and future as well as DC’s overall history with cutting edge and experimental titles
With Aliens day later this week (4/26) how does Dark Horse’s latest xenomorph mini-series stack up to previous installments?
A movie based on a video game. How bad could it be? Read on to find out what this movie and game geek thought.
Black Hammer is a sublime and horrifying nightmare tale of heroes wrestling with their dark side all while facing reality shattering mysteries
Up and coming writer Mike Exner III adds his name to the growing list of impressive talents making their mark with indie books. We take a look at two of his titles from Loophole Comics
Take to the skies and see what all the buzz is about with one of the most exciting new comics of the year! Read our review here.
Jeff Loveness and artist Jakub Rebelka present a poignant and stunning take on the all too human Judas Iscariot as he wrestles with doubt and damnation .
The best new series of 2016 is gearing up to give us the best mini-series of 2017
A techno crime tale of myth, murder and mediocrity
An action packed finale and a look back on what made this delightful all ages series so special
A true master of horror presents a story of cosmic madness, terrors from deepest space and the monster within. Will you survive your trip through Vault?
Everyone knows the Living Dead movies, but how many of Romero’s other films have you seen?
Having waited most of my life for a worthy addition to this saga, does the first issue of Robotech from Titan satisfy this protoculture addict? Read on
This crossover is everything you want it to be, even if certain elements are not quite what you’d expect
The RR team takes a look at the heartbreaking perfection of this single issue
Increasing tension and action doesn’t detract from the joyful love of canon and emotionally driven storytelling that has been a hallmark of this series
The BB2P takes a long and critical look at the Netflix Marvel shows and asks, “So what?”
Dimensional doppelgangers, leprechauns and the amazing one woman Amazonian drill trick! See what our writers think of this classic Golden Age WW book.
A strong concept with some fatal flaws leaves this gruesome horror tale lifeless
A combination of Disney and manga aesthetics that should be immensely appealing to younger readers.
Another offering of assorted media including Brian Eno’s latest and a classic by Soundgarden as well as a ton of comics and movies.
The staff here at OG takes a critical look at the first appearance of the original Guardians of the Galaxy. Written by Arnold Drake with art by Gene Colan.
The latest incarnation of the classic Gold Key character passes the Turing Test and gets a near perfect score. Read our review to see why.
Whatever hope you might have had about this being either a challenging, entertaining or inventive story ends with the final page
Each issue of this crossover has been a dense, surprising, entertaining and generally heartfelt adventure with enough Easter eggs for both franchises to appeal to even the most hardcore fan. This installment is no different.
Written by Jeff Dyer and Mark Mckeon Art by David Brame Colors by Joaquin Pereyra Letters by Adam Wollet Published by Action Lab Fertile soil for unique stories can be found in the cracks of superhero mythology. Fixing property damage...
“I guess suspension of disbelief is easy when you can’t control the impulses of your inner child.”
Written by Rick Remender Art by Greg Toccini Colors by Dave Mccaig Letters by Rus Wooton Edited by Sebastian Girner There is something absurd about reviewing a single issue of Rick Remender and Greg Toccini’s Low. It’s not a bad...