Subspecies

Comic Review: Subspecies #1 is a Strong Start to Radu’s Comeback

Action Lab proved to be able to take the reigns of a B-Movie franchise and completely reinvigorate it with Puppet Master. Their other Full Moon-related titles have brought on...
Puppet Master Curtain Call

Comic Review: Puppet Master: Curtain Call #1

After a break of nearly a year, the Puppet Master comic series is back. For reasons we can mostly only speculate, the series needed to be reconfigured after issue...
Predator Concrete Jungle

Comic Review: Predator 30th Anniversary Collection

Reading this collection was a blast from the past. I collected every Aliens and Predator comic I could get my hands on as a kid. This 30th anniversary book...
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...
Angel the series

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #5

This season of the Angel comic has settled into a Doctor Who routine of Angel and a companion going on adventures through space and time. But the reason for...
Negative Space #1

Nat’s Top Five Horror Comics of 2015

Horror comics don’t seem to quite get the love they deserve, even though they make up such a large part of the industry. In recent years, they’ve just seemed...
Aliens Defiance

Comic Review: Aliens: Defiance #2

Aliens: Defiance #2 immediately retains the best thing about the first issue, it is incredibly cinematic. It feels almost as if you’re reading genuine storyboards for an Alien sequel...
Psycho Pass

Comic Review: Psycho Pass: Shinya Kogami Volume 2

Psycho Pass is a Japanese manga series that takes place in the next century of human existence. In this new imagination of our future, humans are guaranteed a society...

Advance Comic Review – Predator: Life and Death 1

The Predator: Life and Death miniseries promises to be a treat for Predator fans, and for comic collectors in general. This series follows the comics released in the Fire and Stone...
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...
Puppet Master #6

Comic Review: Puppet Master #6

I knew going into the “Rebirth” storyline that it probably was not going to last. I knew that something would happen to force these characters out of human bodies...
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...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #9

While there are parts of this issue that certainly seem rushed, I’m left extremely excited at the end of it because I have absolutely no idea what to expect....
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....
The Goon in Theatre Bizarre cover

Advance Comic Review: The Goon in Theatre Bizarre

Coming from The Goon creator Eric Powell and artist John Dunivant, The Goon in the Theatre Bizarre is a one-shot self contained story just in time for Halloween. If...