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Fight Club 3

Fight Club 3, Issue One is a Resounding Return to Form [Comic Review]

Three years after the conclusion of Chuck Palahniuk’s unexpected sequel, Fight Club 2, Tyler Durden is still the only constant. Following a climax as meta as it was jarring, Fight Club 3 anchors itsel...

Beasts of Burden: Wise Dogs and Eldritch Men #4 [Review]

Endings are hard. No one quite knows what to say at a big goodbye, whether it be the end of a relationship or a funeral. It’s equally difficult to close out a story in a satisfying way, with so many f...

War Bears 2

Oursonette is the Best Part of War Bears #2 [Review]

Some writers stay in one genre for the whole career. They find what they’re good, where they excel, and stick to their strengths. Others flit between them. No one else switches genres quite as well as...

She Could Fly

Comic Review: She Could Fly #2 is Even Better than #1

Back in June, I wrote about how good the first issue of She Could Fly by Christopher Cantwell and Martín Morazzo was. If you slept on it, you missed out. With the second issue finally here, I’m ...

Creepy Archives

Graphic Novel Review: Creepy Archives Vol. 26 Brings Black-and-White Scares

The Comics Code Authority was established in 1954 to stop comic books from melting children’s brains into juvenile delinquency. With its myriad and unclear rules, the CCA did away with the EC Horror c...

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Comic Review: Buffy Season 12: The Reckoning #1

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is back for its final comic book season. The end is bittersweet. While everything is clearly planned, it feels more like a cancellation, given that this new “season” will cons...

Exclusive Interview: Artist of B.P.RD.: The Devil You Know, Laurence Campbell, Talks The Comic And Other Works

Laurence Campbell is the artist behind the newest Hellboy universe-building series, B.P.R.D: The Devil You Know. He candidly answered some questions from Wicked Horror’s own April Bennett about ...

Comic Review: Slayer Repentless Is A Heavy Metal Tale Based On Songs From The Legendary Band Of The Same Name

Slayer Repentless is a three-issue miniseries inspired by legendary thrash-metal band Slayer, who have been rocking stages for over thirty years at this point, and particularly their latest album, Rep...

I am Hero Omnibus Vol 4

Comic Review: I Am A Hero Omnibus Volume 4 Is A Truly Terrifying Horror Manga

I Am A Hero Omnibus Volume 4 is a horror manga that revolves around Hideo Suzuki, a 35-year-old manga artist. Hideo’s life is unfulfilling, he has no future job prospects (he is stuck with a low...

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