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Ghosted in LA

Ghosted in L.A. Vol One is a Dramedy with Ghosts [Review]

Think teen dramedy with ghosts if you want a thumbnail of what’s in store in Ghosted in L.A. Vol. 1. It collects four issues of an ongoing Boom! BoxTM series created and scripted by Sina Grace (Iceman...

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 ...

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Comic

Comic Review: Buffy Season 11 #11

Buffy Season 11 is racing toward its conclusion and at this point, pretty much all of the cards on the table. The Slayer and her friends are gearing up for a fight. The plot has pretty much completely...


Hell, Boy: Why Spawn Was the Ultimate ’90s Comic

Todd McFarlane rose to comic book superstardom in the late eighties with his work on Amazing Spider-Man. His artwork redefined that character and that world, allowing him to take over a new Spider-Man...

Chris Golden

Exclusive Interview: Writer Chris Golden Talks Joe Golem: Occult Detective

Joe Golem: Occult Detective The Outer Dark #1 takes place two years after the events of Joe Golem And The Drowning City, in which the titular character saved the titular city from an undead takeover a...


The Howling: Revenge of the Werewolf Queen: Review

The Howling: Revenge of the Werewolf Queen is one more example of eighties nostalgia being reworked for modern audiences. In general, there’s a part of me that inwardly cringes any time I hear a...

Swamp Thing

Why Swamp Thing Worked So Well in Comics (But Not on Film)

If you’re not a comic book fan, you’re at least probably familiar with the name Swamp Thing. Maybe you remember it from the campy-but-fun Wes Craven movie. With that film, its sequel and subsequent TV...

The Crow Remake

Comic-Based Horror Movies That Were Surprising Hits

We live in a golden era of comic book films. Sure, adaptations of comic books date back to the Batman and Superman serials of the 1930s and 1940s. But now we live in a time where we have forty films c...

Danay Garcia as Luciana with Nick from 'Fear the Walking Dead.'

Exclusive Interview: Danay Garcia talks AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead,’ Season 2.

With the conclusion of Fear the Walking Dead’s second season earlier this year, the series cascaded into an examination of death, violence, and several cultures’ unique reaction to the undead cataclys...

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