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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,...
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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...
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Comic Review: Hellboy in Hell: The Hounds of Pluto Part One

Hellboy in Hell #7: The Hounds of Pluto Part One is the first of two issues which will be dedicated to the second part of  this story arc. The issue...
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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...
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Comic Review: The Tomorrows #2

The second issue of Curtis Pires’ The Tomorrows changes things up from the first one in a number of ways. It’s weird that we’re only an issue in and...
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Comic Review: Death Head #2

With the second issue of Death Head, we pick right back up with all of the characters that we were introduced to last time. If you remember my review...
The Fly Outbreak

Comic Review: The Fly: Outbreak

With the release of the fifth and final chapter this month, we're calling this the perfect time to review this comic sequel from beginning to end. Written by Brandon...
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Comic Review: Angel & Faith #17

Faith continues to take the reigns on this title while Angel is still away on Buffy. We’re still in the middle of the same plot arc with mysterious vampire...
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...
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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...
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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...
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...
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Advance Comic Review: Archie vs Predator 4

Archie vs. Predator 4 provides the anticipated conclusion to the comical, bloody “vs. Predator” series of the Archie Comics (AC) and Dark Horse collaborative project. Sci-fi and horror fans (rightly) suspected...
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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...
Predator: Fire and Stone TPB

Comic Review: Predator: Fire and Stone TPB

Thankfully, Predator: Fire and Stone is much better than the previous AVP: Fire and Stone trade paperback. There’s something about it that feels much more in line with the...