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...
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....
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 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...
Buffy Season 10 #17

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #17

This issue of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is, like the last, focused primarily on character interaction, which is a little strange considering that the last issue ended with everyone heading...
Buffy season 11 #2

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #2

This is a very plot-heavy issue. Everything going on in it is centered on the fallout from the events of the season premiere. You can definitely see that this...
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...
Death Follows

Comic Review: Death Follows

Death Follows is another winner by writer Cullen Bunn, one of the creative minds behind the wildly successful Harrow County series. The story begins in similar fashion, featuring a young...
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...
Cover for Alien vs Predator: Fire and Stone

Comic Review: Alien vs. Predator: Fire and Stone TPB

The ambitious Fire and Stone storyline is, in some ways, the Alien and Predator version of the shared universe model that everything is trying to adopt. It’s neat in...
Aliens: Salvation cover

Comic Review: Aliens: Salvation

In the long comic book history of Aliens, which stretches back over twenty years, Salvation has always been ranked as one of the best. It’s a fan favorite, if...
Puppet Master #5, 2015

Comic Review: Puppet Master #5

Issue #4 of the ongoing Puppet Master comic book promised big changes for the franchise. In fact, it promised to spin the entire mythology on its head by taking...
Cover for "Sally of the Wasteland," Volume 1, a collection of the first five issues of the apocalyptic horror comedy

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,...
ApocalyptiGirl cover

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...

Fox’s Top Five Horror Comics of 2015

It’s early December. Some may believe it is too early to choose my definitive list of favorite horror comics for the year. While it is possible that something will completely...