Batman vs Predator

Comic Review: Dark Horse/DC: Justice League Volume 2

As a huge fan of crossovers, especially between properties you would not necessarily expect to cross over, I loved this book. It’s a collection of several miniseries from the...
Angel season 11 #1

Comic Review: Angel, Season 11 #2

The first issue of Angel ended with Angel, Fred, Illyria and the readers being sent on a journey into the titular character’s past. It was a solid setup for...
Buffy Season 11 #3

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #3

Issue 3 of Season 11 is all about fallout, from both the aftermath of the attack and the aftermath of the decisions made in its wake. Things that were...
Puppet Master #20

Comic Review: Puppet Master #20

Puppet Master has not only made it to its 20th issue, its completely gone off the rails—in the best way possible, of course. This series has done some extremely...
Angel season 11 #1

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #1

After two seasons of Angel & Faith, Angel is back in his own series at Dark Horse bearing the font of his own show for the first time since...
Halloween Nightdance

We Already Have the Perfect Template for a Halloween Reboot (And it’s a Comic)

Rebooting a franchise can be a tricky thing these days. The new approach seems to be to tell a new story that stands completely on its own but doesn’t...
Swamp Thing

Why Swamp Thing Worked So Well in Comics (But Not on Film)

If you’re not a comic book fan, you’re at least probably familiar with the name Swamp Thing. Maybe you remember it from the campy-but-fun Wes Craven movie. With that...
puppet master #19

Comic Review: Puppet Master #19

Puppet Master continues to provide a near-impossible balance of tying together even the most far afield holes in continuity, keeping incredibly faithful to everything that has come before, while...
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Comic Review: Aliens: Life and Death #1

Aliens: Life and Death #1 continues the Alien saga releases by Dark Horse Comics. The book starts where the previous comics left off, following the surviving humans of LV-223 who...
Cover art of Kim W. Andersson's 'Alena'

Comic Review: Alena

Love can be hard to reconcile, especially when it takes the form of scissor-wielding, murderous spirit. Alluring as it is gruesome, Kim W. Andersson’s Alena explores sexuality, doubt, and...
Buffy season 10 #30

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #30

Another comic book season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer has officially ended—although the blow is somewhat lessened by the fact that we only have to wait until November for...
Aliens: Defiance

Comic Review: Aliens: Defiance #3

Aliens: Defiance #3 continues to be an interesting and well-told improvement for the franchise in comic form, but there’s not a whole lot in the third issue that really...
Puppet Master - Puppetmaster III

Comic Review: Puppet Master #18

Things have taken a dramatic turn in Action Lab: Danger Zone’s Puppet Master. The entire status quo that’s been building over the past ten issues has been completely annihilated....
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #29

Things are definitely feeling big as we head into the finale of Buffy season ten. D’Hoffryn has not only revealed himself as a big bad, but formed together a...
Puppet Master - Puppetmaster III

Comic Review: Puppet Master #17

Puppet Master #17 manages to advance the story in an interesting and unexpected way, but it also has the advantage of being really, really weird. There have been a...