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Buffy #15

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #15

We’re now about halfway through the tenth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. For two and a half seasons, it’s been a comic book, but it’s finally found the momentum and pacing of the show itself. The...

puppet master comic book

Comic Review: Puppet Master #1-3

For those who may not be aware, one of the longest-running horror franchises in history, Puppet Master, has now returned in the form of a monthly comic book series. This is not the first Puppet Master...

Cover art for Angel & Faith 14

Comic Review: Angel & Faith #14

For those who have not been reading, Angel & Faith it follows the vampire with a soul as he tries to assert himself as the protector of an small area of London that has become known as “Magic Town...

Cover for the Hellraiser comic book

How the Hellraiser Comics Helped Expand the Mythology

When a title becomes embraced by a wide audience, when it becomes a franchise and people begin to get attached to it, it expands in ways the creators never imagined. It’s more obvious with things like...

Tomb of Dracula

Old-School Horror Comics That Should Make a Comeback

Horror and comics have had a longstanding relationship for many, many years. Some of the very first comics were horror stories, which make sense as the modern comic book spun out of traditional pulp n...

Advance Comic Review: ApocalyptiGirl

The post apocalypse is a setting that I’ve always found fascinating, and while there are some great examples of the genre such as the classic Mad Max movies or the recent television series The 100, a ...

Sally of the Wasteland

Comic Review: Sally of the Wasteland, Vol. 1

In post-apocalyptic Louisiana, a fiery, feminine fusion of Ash Campbell and Lara Croft blows the head off another wild Crawgator.  Written by Victor Gishler and illustrated by Tazio Bettin, Sally of t...

The official cover of Titan Comics' "World War X Helius."

Comic Review: World War X, Helius

Who could have guessed Earth’s requiem would be so metal?  Jerry Frissen and Peter Snejbjerg’s World War X, Helius explores the intergalactic peril of mishandling intricately-scribed boxes.  What foll...

Alien Legion comic cover

Comic Review: Alien Legion: Uncivil War

Much like Blondie and The Wonder Years, Alien Legion was popular in the eighties and then swiftly disappeared. The original series of comics ran from 1984 to 1990. Now, it has returned in this most re...