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Advance Comic Review: Hellbound

Hellbound is one of those horror graphic novels that poses more questions than it answers at first glance. The cover looks like a painting from the VHS boxes of my childhood...
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 season 11 #4

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #9

In a series of misadventures ranging from the prehistoric demon age to a nineteenth century ship, with both Angel and Illyria encountering and confronting their past selves, this issue...
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic

Comic Review: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #24

Like the last batch of issues, Buffy the Vampire Slayer #24 is very character focused, but it also does a lot to further the season plot. Buffy and the...
Hellboy in Hell #7

Comic Review: Hellboy in Hell #7

As the title promises, Hellboy is in Hell and he is looking rough. The big red brute is now sickly and white. He’s small and thin, not the Hellboy...
The Night Eternal

Advance Comic Review: The Strain: The Night Eternal #11

Dark Horse will release the 11th installment of The Strain: The Night Eternal on July 15. The series comes to us from writer David Lapham, artist Mike Huddleston, colorist...
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....

Vampire Hunter D Volume 26: Bedeviled Stagecoach Is A Fantastical Horror Fantasy That You...

Vampire Hunter D Volume 26: Bedeviled Stagecoach is the latest novel in the Vampire Hunter D series. These translated novels, written by Hideyuki Kikuchi and Yoshitaka Amano since 1983,...
Angel season 11 #4

Comic Review: Angel Season 11 #7

Considering that the last issue ended with the cliffhanger that Angel would have to save Angelus in order to not wipe himself out of existence, it’s more than a...

Comic Review: H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories Is A Wonderful Adaptation

H.P. Lovecraft's The Hound and Other Stories is a manga adaption, by Gou Tanabe, of three of H.P. Lovecraft's short stories, namely The Temple, The Hound, and The Nameless...
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,...
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...
Aliens Defiance

Comic Review: Aliens: Defiance #1

Aliens: Defiance is off to a great start with the first issue and is shaping up to be one of the best Aliens comics in recent memory. We’re introduced...
grindhouse: slay ride

Comic Review: Slay Ride

I’d never seen a comic book done in the style of an old grindhouse movie before this, but it’s hard to imagine something doing it more effectively than Slay...
Puppet Master Curtain Call

Comic Review: Puppet Master Curtain Call #2

Warning up front: We’ll be discussing some pretty major spoilers. The previous issue of the climactic miniseries Curtain Call teased a massive fight between Toulon’s puppets and Anapa’s. This issue...