• Review: ‘Abe Sapien’ #10

    During the tenure of Abe Sapien’s sojourn he has come across a plethora of ghastly monsters of all shapes and sizes, but they stayed beneath...

  • Review: ‘Ten Grand’ #7

    “Ten Grand” #7 is a mind-blowing read as the creative team kick the writing and artwork up a notch this month. This is an interesting...

  • Review: “She-Hulk” #1

    Attorney Jennifer Walters, cousin of Dr. Bruce Banner and recipient of his powers via a blood transfusion years earlier, is ready to snap necks and...

  • Review: ‘Coffin Hill’ #5

    This issue of the sexy witch thriller, “Coffin Hill” hits you like a ton of bricks. And straight out the gate, too. Writer Caitlin Kittredge...

  • Review: “The Memory Collectors’ #3

    “Do not confuse having your eyes open with being awake” Lapis tells Edith. And it’s immediately clear to me: this issue is Edith’s awakening. Menton3...

  • Review: ‘Clown Fatale’ #4

    With such raw energy from its engaging protagonists, “Clown Fatale” #4 offers up one last crime spree and comes to a rip-roaring conclusion. In the...

  • Review: ‘Juice Squeezers’ #2

    Weeville, California’s super-sized bug problem continues to grow. I think the cast of our series has grown as well in a good way. “Juice Squeezers”...

  • Review: ‘The Punisher’ #1

    There have been many different stories trying to invigorate Frank Castle’s mission on crime over the years. Some have been great (“Frankencastle”), and some not-so-great...

  • Review: ‘Baltimore: Chapel of Bones’ #2

    After a long journey of self-discovery coupled with self-loathing, Lord Baltimore has finally reached the crescendo of his cursed existence in the concluding issue of...

  • Review: ‘Wolverine’ #1

    An action-packed mutant romp, “Wolverine” #1 is an entertaining read that readers should not miss out on. At war with himself, his friends, and enemies,...

  • Review: ‘Lazarus’ #6

    An exciting sci-fi thriller, “Lazarus” #6 takes readers on a futuristic adventure into an unmarked frontier. Forever Carlyle sinks deeper into the wastelands, where the...

  • [Interview] Dan Goldman talks Death, Drugs, Horror, and His Creative Process in “Red Light Properties.”

    Dan Goldman’s “Red Light Properties” releases today from IDW. It is the story of real estate exorcists who clear spirits out of haunted homes to...

  • 5 SKULL Review: “Red Light Properties”

    Jude Tobin is a deeply tormented man. He and his wife run a real estate company called “Red Light Properties.” Their business model is simple...

  • Review: “God is Dead” # 6

    “God is Dead” ends its first arc by changing everything. A new status quo begins and the battle for the dark age of faith is...

  • Review: “Drumhellar” # 4

    Riley Rossmo and Alex Link’s “Drumhellar” hits peak insanity. For any other book this would be troublesome, or at least inspire some worry in the...

  • Review: ‘Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight’ # 5

    The orgy of sex and death doesn’t quite get off to the rollicking bang it usually does in ‘Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight.’ Did I...

  • Review: ‘Furious’ #1

    My initial thought while reading Dark Horse’s “Furious” #1 was that readers would inaccurately and rashly equate it with Marvel’s “Kick-Ass”. Real life superhero stirs...

  • Review: ‘Serenity: Leaves On the Wind’ #1

    If you’re a fan of Joss Whedon’s work, then reading this comic is a no-brainer. If not, then you are seriously missing out on quality...

  • Review: ‘Revival’ #17

    A gripping mystery, “Revival” #17 keeps the story running at full speed with red herrings and plot twists. This is a perfect crime where all...

  • Review: ‘Theremin’ # 4

    The best comics step outside of themselves. Be it through playing with the paneling, the perspective, the art, or the storytelling. Curt Pires and Dalton...

  • Review: ‘Snowpiercer 1: The Escape’

    The French have given rise to some of the greatest comic book creators in the history of the medium: Hergé, Mœbius, Enki Bilal, René Goscinny,...

  • Review: ‘Deadly Class’ #1

    It’s one thing to have superlatively high expectations before delving into an eagerly anticipated series written by the fantastic Rick Remender. But it’s something else...

  • Review: ‘Bedlam’ #11

    When “Bedlam” first came onto the scene I was a big fan of the direction of the book. It was a fresh take on the...

  • Review: ‘The X-Files / Ghostbusters: Conspiracy’ #1

    Another crossover? It’s only January and we’re starting another line-wide crossover? “The X-Files / Ghostbusters: Conspiracy” #1 thankfully bucks the trend of underwhelming chapters and...