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REVIEW: Creepshow #4

The premier comic for short, sharp and satisfyingly horrific stories returns with Creepshow #4.  The opening story, “Killer Cart Corral,” delivers its thrills, spills and chills in satisfyingly gruesome tones as writer Nick Dragotta...

REVIEW: Creepshow #3

In Creepshow #3, we have two fetching stories that will linger long under your skin (that itch, as story one, Eternity, Eternity, Eternity, reveals, may be a race of long lived locusts).  The motto...

REVIEW: Deviant #1 by James Tynion (W) and Joshua Hixson(A)

Deviant #1 written by James Tynion IV, art by Joshua Hixson, is, on the surface, a perfectly delightful slasher comic (delightful in the sense it is pitch perfect horror).  All the elements (some which...

REVIEW: Creepshow # 2

Creepshow #2 leans into the vibe of delightfully gruesome comeuppance that was a hallmark of the movie series, and its inspiration, the EC Comics titles Tales from the Crypt, The Vault of Horror and...

Arthurian inspired fiction: Where to start reading

Once more unto the breech, my friends. Welcome back to part two of the books inspired by myths and legends series. This is focused on stories based on Arthurian legend – although Arthur himself...

REVIEW: Miskatonic by Mark Sable

Miskatonic by Mark Sable is an indie comic book I stumbled upon by accident. Lovecraft has a somewhat sketchy history with adaptations of his work to comic books with Alan Moore’s  Providence and a...

REVIEW: Blade Runner 2039 #1 by Mike Johnson, Mellow Brown (W), Andres Guinaldo (A)

Following the stunning, action-packed run of Blade Runner 2029, we return to the seminal dystopian setting with Blade Runner 2039 and to be honest it feels like I never left—a lot of that thanks...

OCTOBER 2022 COMIC BOOK ROUND UP!

It’s the most…spookiest time…of the year. I know that’s not how the song goes but I’ve never been a big Christmas guy, so I’ve got to make the best I can with what I...

REVIEW: Cowboy Bebop: Supernova Swing

Cowboy Bebop is widely regarded as one of the most influential anime series of all time, a classic with an almost universal reputation for quality that is beloved by a staggeringly large audience, which...

REVIEW: Hen Kai Pan by Eldo Yoshimizu

Hen Kai Pan (which translates to “One and All”) by Eldo Yoshimizu is a surreal, abstract experience that concerns itself largely with the philosophical nature of man’s existence and the question, “does man deserve...