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The Butcher of Paris #5 “Beating Chance” [Comic Review]

The Butcher of Paris #5 “Beating Chance” closes out the series with a whimper. Writer Stephanie Phillips and artist Dean Kotz have great intentions. They’re putting a much needed spotlight on a real-l...

Butcher of Paris

The Butcher of Paris #4 “Liberté” [Comic Review]

The Butcher of Paris #4 “Liberté” is the best issue in the series thus far with one remaining. It opens with a beautiful splash page where the citizens of Paris liberate their city, attacking Nazi tan...

Nicnevin and the bloody queen

Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen is a Stunning Execution of Gothic Horror [Graphic Novel Review]

Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen follows Nissy (Nicnevin) a rebellious teenage girl who is whisked away to her maternal grandmother’s abandoned estate alongside her kid brother. Nissy is not a fan of her...

The Butcher of Paris #3: The Law of the Jungle [Comic Review]

True crime succeeds or fails based on how well it avoids exploiting the real life murders it portrays. The best true crime tends to empathize with the victims or the investigators, while analyzing the...

The Butcher of Paris #2

The Butcher of Paris #2 “Reign of Beasts” [Comic Review]

The shorter a story is, the less room it has to sag. At four issues, The Butcher of Paris is going to be about as short as limited comic series get. Unfortunately, the second issue, “The Reign of Beas...

Everything

Everything #4 Picks up the Pace [Comic Review]

Everything started rocky, but it’s finally hit its stride. More than anything, it’s because like issue 3, issue 4 has moved beyond hinting at questions and has started hinting at answers. The mysterio...

The Butcher of Paris #1 [Comic Review]

The Butcher of Paris #1 opens with a man being chased by Nazis through occupied Paris in 1944. He doesn’t make it very far before he’s captured, and told that, “By the end of the week, Dreyfus, you’ll...

Everything

Everything #3 [Comic Review]

Everything is a slow burn. Most of the first two issues are full of hints and two accidental deaths. To this point, the series has been burning too slowly, leaving this reader more bored than anxious....

Everything #2 [Comic Review]

Atmospheric horror is subjective. What makes one person anxious puts another to sleep, as was the case with me and It Comes at Night, though others loved the film. And maybe that’s what’s happening wi...

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