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REVIEW: The Beautiful Harpies by Cameron Scott Kirk

The city of Dysael is bustling. New innovations like the millhouse and smitheries pave the way towards industrialization. Available education has started to influence culture. A city that has it all, also has its...

House of Bad Memories

REVIEW: House of Bad Memories by Michael David Wilson

Michael David Wilson takes family dysfunction to a terrifying new level in House of Bad Memories, a horror novel that will leave your head spinning and stomach churning. Denny loves his infant daughter, May,...

REVIEW: GEN V

Gen V is a spin off from the wild and brilliant The Boys. Set between season 3 and 4 of the main show, this teen superhero drama keeps the high standards set by The...

REVIEW: Bloodrik #1 by Andrew Krahnke

A first issue of a comic has a lot of heavy lifting to do, should the writer choose.  One option some writers take is to get the backstory out of the way, leaving room...

REVIEW: Return to Edan by Philip Chase

Finding the right words to describe Return to Edan, the darkest and most ambitious volume of the Edan Trilogy by Philip Chase, feels like an exercise in futility. This final installment of the Edan...

REVIEW: Obsidian: Awakening by Sienna Frost

Obsidian: Awakening is a grimdark fantasy inspired by the desert cultures of the Mongolian nomads and the Bedouins. As the first book in an intended series, it explores the world of two warring cultures...

REVIEW: The Fade Out: The Complete Collection by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips

The Fade Out: The Complete Collection by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, illustrated by Elizabeth Breitweiser is not my usual grimdark fair. However, grimdark is the fantastic cousin to film noir and detective fiction....

REVIEW: The Worthy by Anna K. Moss

The Worthy is the debut novel from independent author and editor Anna K Moss. It is a well written and engaging dark fantasy that I enjoyed reading and I’m pleased to be able to...

REVIEW: The Boys Season 3

Chances are, if you’re tuning into The Boys S3 – you’ve seen the first two seasons and you’re ready for more outrageous adventures with Billy Butcher, Hughie, and the rest of The Boys as...