Negative Space #1

Comic Review: Negative Space #1

Negative Space is an extremely promising new comic and I can’t wait to see how it develops. The plot is still somewhat mysterious but centers around a shadowy organization...
The Tomorrows cover

Comic Review: The Tomorrows #1

Following in the visual traditions of works such as Bladerunner or the comic book version of The Surrogates, The Tomorrows is a dystopian cyberpunk story. Set some time after...
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...
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...
21st Century Tank Girl cover

Advance Comic Review: 21st Century Tank Girl

Trying to describe Tank Girl to someone who has never picked up one of these books before is kind of like trying to describe an acid trip. In the...
Angel & Faith #15

Comic Review: Angel & Faith #15

Angel & Faith #15 is a standalone issue in the ongoing story, which is ironic because it answers a lot of questions about Angel’s character arc, particularly his dreams...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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,...
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...
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,...
Cover image to Stan Silas's Norman, Book 1, from Titan Comics.

Comic Review: Norman, Book 1

Norman is not your average elementary school student. He watches way too many horror movies, and they've given him some bad ideas—namely, murdering his fellow classmates in gruesome, slasher-inspired...
Masked Cover

Comic Review: Masked Vol. 1

Masked follows Frank, a soldier who returned home from war, slightly injured and crashing with his sister while he sorts things out. The city isn’t how he remembers it though and a...