BLACKSAD : COLLECTED STORIES – review AT A GLANCE : All five BLACKSAD graphic novels in one volume ? Now you can follow PI John Blacksad’s journey all the way through the dark heart of 1950s America ! Great writing...
Sex, drugs, and bright lights could be any era right? Add in big guns and a lot of attitude, and you’ve got Space Bandits, a bloody good adventure!
Rolled & Told Volume 2 Writers: VariousArtists: VariousLion’s Forge/Oni Press Pick this issue up on comiXology The Vault Of The Mad Crafter. Forest Of Delusion. The Demon Of Queen Haven. Ship Of The Dead. These and many more are the...
Virtually Yours Writer: Jeremy HoltArt & Colors: Elizabeth BealsLetters: Adam WolletEdits: Kat VendettiDesign: Tim DanielsComixology Spoiler-Free review Virtually Yours is a story of love found online through apps, where meeting that special someone is reduced to the same effort one...
One of the best horror writers in the business really ups the scare factor in the latest issue from ONi Press.
We get three very cute short stories in this week’s issue of Disney Comics and Stories #13, all featuring your favorite trio of Mickey, Donald, and Goofy. It was a pleasure to review the latest entry into the series and...
We’re diving into a Kickstarter project with a new comic book series MMA fans do not want to miss.
This is a treasury that will bring together generations of Archie Comics fans!
Things just keep getting weirder and weirder on this show, but that’s the point of it all.
Mixed with fun and teenage drama, this series from Vault Comics just keeps getting better and better.
Another high-quality story from the modern master of war, Garth Ennis.
A brilliant concept is being carried by some great art and pretty good writing as we take a look at Vault Comics Finger Guns #2.
Great art drives a story that has not yet hit its stride in this debut issue from Dynamite Entertainment.
Vault Comics assembles a damn good creative team for a pretty damn good debut issue.
Is AWA Studios still an upstart comic book publisher? Technically, yes. But actually they may be the best in the industry. Here’s a Year Zero #3 review.
One of the best horror comic book series on comic shop shelves is from BOOM! Studios, and we have a new review for Red Mother #6.
The latest from the DC Television Universe (if there IS such a thing) is a hit and we cannot get enough.
The epic Arthurian legend comic book series about an old woman and her grandson is definitely worth your time.
Arguably the best of the DC series currenlty on television, here’s our review for Doom Patrol S2E5 showing on both DC Universe and HBO Max.
There’s a new science fiction double feature comic in stores from Antarctic Press, and it’s good. Here’s our Offworld Sci-Fi Double Feature #1 Review.
Scout Comics has an upcoming horror comic about to hit shelves, and you should check it out. Here’s our review for It Eats What Feeds It #1.
Disney won the bidding war, the movie is streaming now on Disney Plus, and it is a MUST See. Here’s our review for Hamilton,
A great horror comics from a great publisher is what we have right here, right now.
One of the best new series of last year is getting all lubed up for the next arc, and it’s amazing!
The DC Universe…err, CW show continues to please, but there are some bumps on the way. Check out this review for Stargirl Episode 8.
It’s time to join the adventure, as an amazing creative team and a great publisher deliver a stellar comic with Adventureman #2.
The Last of Us Part II is one of the most anticipated games of this generation. Sadly, it is also one of the most disappointing. We go into why here.
There is a hidden power deep inside Rachel Roth, a power to stop evil incarnate. Is love, unity, and inner strength enough to draw it out?
AWA Studios may be a relatively new publisher to the comic book industry, but they are already leaving their mark.
Mr. DRILLER DrillLand is an exciting puzzle adventure game offering a unique gameplay experience for new fans and veterans alike