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REVIEW: Universal Monsters: Dracula #3 by James Tynion IV (W) and Martin Simmonds (A)

If the arresting front cover of Universal Monsters: Dracula #3 by Martin Simmonds doesn’t tell you all you need to know about this issue and this series authored by James Tynion IV, then I...

REVIEW: Bloodborne: The Bleak Dominion by Cullen Bunn (W), Piotr Kowalski (A)

Based on the acclaimed action role playing video game of the same name, Bloodborne: The Bleak Dominion throws the reader straight into the action as it opens in the final moments of an orgy...

REVIEW: Ice Cream Man #36 by W. Maxwell Prince (W) and Martin Morazzo (A)

Ice Cream Man #36 is one shot tale of loss and grief and madness.  I’ve been reading Ice Cream Man since its inception.  What the writer W Maxwell Prince and artist Martin Morazzo have done...

February 2023 comics review

February didn’t have a whole lot of comics out, at least, my pile felt a little bit lighter than usual this month (somewhere my bank account breathes a sigh of relief), but what it...

Cover for MOON KNIGHT #19 (Marvel)

January 2023 Comics Highlights

2023 came out swinging strong with January’s comic book offerings. The pile to pull from was mighty, with more outstanding books than was entirely necessary. It feels like every publisher has something to prove,...

REVIEW: The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah

Chelsea Abdullah’s debut, The Stardust Thief is a rich, epic fantasy set in an Arab-inspired world. Loulie al-Nazari is known as the Midnight Merchant – she hunts and sells magical artifacts. In that, this...

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...

August 2022 comic books review

Grimdark covers an immense range of content. It’s as much a style and aesthetic as it is a genre, or subgenre. The morally ambiguous underpinnings of grimdark, its penchant for the brutally violent and...

REVIEW: Echolands by J.H Williams III

I’ll preface this review with a statement that, ordinarily, would be found nearer to the end: Drop whatever else it is you’re doing and buy Echolands. Honestly. What J.H. Williams III (hereafter referred to...

REVIEW: Vampire: The Masquerade – Winter’s Teeth #7

Winter’s Teeth #7 is the seventh issue (fancy that) in the adaptation of the tabletop roleplaying game, Vampire: The Masquerade, to comic format. The comic follows the adventures of Cecily Blake, a former Anarch...