Buffy season 10 #18

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #18

The crossover with Angel & Faith comes to a fitting end in the conclusion of Old Demons. It’s been interesting over the course of these last few issues to...
Cover art for the first issue of Dark Horse's 'The Steam Man'

Comic Review: The Steam Man, Issue 1

Competing with the likes of Paul Bunyan for the hardest big guy in the West, The Steam Man sows the seed of a solid, steam-punk myth. It does have...
Weird Science vol. 4

Comic Review: The EC Archives: Weird Science vol. 4

No, we’re not talking about the John Hughes comedy although that was a loose adaptation of the comic of the same name, but none of the stories included in...
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Comic Review: Grindhouse 8

Alex de Campi is rapidly becoming one of my favorite comic writers. Between her work on Archie versus Predator and the writing she has done on this and other Grindhouse comics,...
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...

Comic Book Review: Action Cat and Adventure Bug

The premiere issue of Action Cat and Adventure Bug is a fast moving, brightly colored comic that follows the misadventures of Action Cat and his sidekick Adventure Bug. The...
Angel & Faith #20

Comic Review: Angel & Faith #20

Issue #20 of Angel & Faith is very plot-heavy, but does contain some pretty memorable action, especially toward the end. Archaeus has cemented himself as the big bad causing...
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...
Angel & Faith #18

Comic Review: Angel & Faith #18

Angel & Faith #18 brings the current arc, “Those Who Can’t Teach, Teach Gym” to an end. It’s been fun to see Fred and Faith—who had never gotten to...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer #16

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #16

The wait is over. In Buffy the Vampire Slayer #16, Angel and Buffy have been reunited, seeing each other for the first time since the end of season eight, and...
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Advance Review: Spell on Wheels

First, before I say anything, hats off to Dark Horse Comics for putting so many women together on a project like Spell on Wheels. Kate Leth, Jen Bartel, and...
Puppet Master

Comic Review: Puppet Master #11

I’ve been intrigued a lot by this third arc because it’s never been entirely clear exactly what was going on—in a good way—but everything comes to a head in...
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...
Cover art for 'Fight Club 2' Issue 7

Comic Review: Fight Club 2, Issue 7

The first pages of Fight Club 2’s latest issue reiterates a fact that many may be reluctant to accept: This is a comic book and Palahniuk isn’t afraid to adopt...
Puppet Master's Blade

Comic Review: Puppet Master #14

Puppet Master has been a great comic in terms of character arcs and bringing back old, classic elements and characters from the franchise. It’s been excelling at that recently....