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REVIEW: The Deviant #5 by James Tynion (W) and Joshua Hixson (A)

A good way to lead your comic reading life is to run, not walk, to the nearest comic book store when a new series or issue written by James Tynion IV is released.  The...

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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: 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: Universal Monsters: Dracula #1 by James Tynion IV (W) and Martin Simmonds (A)

Mother of God.  Mother of God.  Reading Universal Monsters: Dracula #1 is like mainlining your illicit drug of choice straight into your temporal lobe.  And then doing it again, and again, and yet again,...

REVIEW: TENEMENT #2 by Jeff Lemire (W), Andrea Sorrentino (A), Dave Stewart(A)

TENEMENT #2 from Image Comics, is an absolutely absorbing issue that mixes the mundane reality of urban life and all its complexities, with the overwhelming cosmic indifference of an entity too vast and too...

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