A few months ago, I was lucky enough to be contacted by Cory Godbey, whose book Labyrinth Tales I reviewed last September. He kindly sent me his new book, The … Read More
Black Cloud has been lauded as “the love child of Labyrinth and Inception” and “Jessica Jones meets Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”, but I don’t think that praise does it justice. … Read More
Rat Queens has been a critical darling and fan favorite since its start in 2013- barring the brief hiatus and on-again/off-again conversion to webcomic in late 2016. BUT, we finally … Read More
Lady Castle is… interesting.
A brief synopsis would be that all the men in a small, medieval kingdom are killed, leaving the women to take over. This however, is not … Read More
Spinning off of Lemire and Rubin’s ongoing series Black Hammer, in which a team of superheroes is left stranded in an alternate dimension after staving of an apocalypse in their … Read More
Justin Jordan claims that what became the new series The Family Trade was started as a joke between him and Nikki Ryan about her family all being international assassins. The … Read More
Adventure Time is, on average, not drawn to be scary.
I said on AVERAGE.
So my expectations of the Adventure Time 2017 Spooktacular were more “spoopy” than scary. I … Read More
Mike Mignola is best known for his Dark Horse creations, a collection of different series sharing the same universe, including Hellboy and B.P.R.D. His latest work, set for release later … Read More
The year is 2015. I am sitting at the Alamo Drafthouse on a Friday night; my husband and I picked this movie more for the fact we wanted to get … Read More
When I was in college, amidst the release of Zombieland and the first season of The Walking Dead, amongst other things, they organized a campus-wide, week-long game of “Zombies Vs. … Read More
Timing itself perfectly with the release of Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the first issue of Kingsman: Red Diamond appeared on comics shop shelves earlier this month. While this first issue … Read More
There’s a limited amount of public domain material, what with all the copyright nonsense we’ve dealt with in the last couple decades, and we’re used to new takes on old … Read More