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Matt Davis

Matt Davis

Matt Davis is a husband, father, and writer who makes his home in the fog-enshrouded moors of California’s San Joaquin Valley. An avid fan of escapism he spends what free time he can steal chronicling weird tales and misadventures—or watching cartoons and reading comics. But most of his days are spent hanging out with his wife and kids and their small menagerie of pets.

DISCUSSION: The GdM Team Plays Elden Ring

It’s a rare thing for a game to come along and live up to its own hype by not only being good but astounding, but for it to do it so utterly and completely...

REVIEW: The Capsarius by Simon Turney

Many centuries ago the Roman Empire controlled vast swathes of the world. Its reach was broad, its might unquestionable, and the power of its legions was known—and feared—far and wide. Within the pages of...

REVIEW: The Rush #6 By Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden

Obsession. We all have some familiarity with it. We’ve all experienced it. We all know what it is to have a death grip on a thing, for it to consume our thoughts. It can...

REVIEW: Love, Death + Robots Season 3

The first season of Love, Death + Robots was unambiguously a groundbreaking hit. I was utterly blown away by the anthology series of animated shorts when it first released. All of the disparate tales...

REVIEW: The Doloriad by Missouri Williams

There’s a febrile, hallucinatory quality to The Doloriad by Missouri Williams. It’s hard to quantify because it is so singularly non-linear, and that it seemingly isn’t actually about anything. But maybe that’s incorrect. The...

REVIEW: Gun Honey by Charles Ardai and Ang Hor Kheng

Gun Honey, by writer Charles Ardai and breakout artist Ang Hor Kheng, is a new installment for Titan Comics’ Hard Case line of crime comics. And it’s an impressive feat for a number of...

REVIEW: The Rush #5 by Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden

If the entirety of The Rush could be summed up in two words, I think that “poor Nettie” would be most succinct. More than it has been a story of madness and greed and...

REVIEW: Demon Dagger By Russell James

Stories of demons and demonic possession have been a lifelong fascination of mine, ever since having watched The Exorcist as a kid. Instead of scaring the pants off me, I was totally engrossed in...

REVIEW: Elric: The Dreaming City by Michael Moorcock, Julien Blandel, Jean-Luc Cano, and Julien Telo

Elric. The White Wolf. The doomed emperor of Melnibone. He was probably the first real hero I had when I was a kid, and mostly it had to do with the fact that he...

REVIEW: The Rush #4 by Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden

The Rush, written by Simon Spurrier and drawn by Nathan Gooden, can for the most part best be described as a low, seething burn. At least the first few issues can, because once we...