• Review: ‘Dead Body Road’ #2

    A darkly vibrant crime thriller, “Dead Body Road” #2 layers the mystery with hard-hitting twists and slick humor. You’ll be quoting the tough guy dialogue...

  • Review: ‘The Strain: The Fall’ #7

    Did you ever come and just channel surf? Before the downloading / streaming era most people live in now, folks would gather around the picture...

  • Review: ‘Next Testament’ #7

    With such sharp writing, fast pacing, and some spectacular visuals, “Next Testament” #7 cleverly manages to intensify its epic scope. Just like its previous arc,...

  • Final Issue Review: ‘Hellraiser: The Dark Watch’ #12

    The epic-sized final issue of “Hellraiser: The Dark Watch” #12 ends with a spectacular conclusion. This is an all-out monster-extravaganza as the war for Hell...

  • Review: ‘Wraith: Welcome To Christmasland’ #3

    Spine-chilling to the core, “Wraith: Welcome To Christmasland” #3 is a thought-provoking tale of lost chances and revenge beyond the grave. Based on Joe Hill’s...

  • Review: ‘A Voice In The Dark’ #3

    Larime Taylor continues to explore the depths of a depraved mind in the pages of “A Voice In The Dark”. The series has been great...

  • Review: ‘Rat Queens’ #4

    Having established itself as one of the best new comics to grace the shelves in 2013, Kurtis J. Wiebe, and Roc Upchurch, sucker-punch the New...

  • Review: ‘Abe Sapien’ #9

    After having an incredible 2013 I’m not surprised that the 2014 debut of “Abe Sapien” continues the trend of greatness. The creative team is bringing...

  • Review: ‘Shaolin Cowboy’ #4

    Who says you can’t learn things from comic books? For example, in “Shaolin Cowboy” #4, I’ve learned that monks aren’t too chatty. In fact, I...

  • Review: ‘Hoax Hunters’ #13

    Offering tons of excitement and scares, “Hoax Hunters” #13 heads straight towards a rip-roaring conclusion. The season finale manages to answer questions and make some...

  • Review: ‘Shadowman’ #14

    Writer Peter Milligan and artist Roberto De La Torre dig a little bit deeper into “Shadowman” with their second issue of their reboot of the...

  • Advanced Review: ‘Sheltered’ #6

    With its second story arc beginning, “Sheltered” is back and better than ever with more action, suspense, and survival goodness. A perfect installment for newcomers...

  • Review: ‘Baltimore: Chapel of Bones’ #1

    Systematically killing all the allies of his nemesis, Baltimore seems to be on the cusp of his final confrontation, “Baltimore: Chapel of Bones” has been...

  • Review: ‘Juice Squeezers’ #1

    When you’re young, one thing everyone does is squish bugs. You get grossed out by it, learn from it, or start to like it. “Juice...

  • Review: ‘Bad Blood’ #1

    From the creative minds of Jonathan Maberry (Pine Deep Trilogy) and Tyler Crook (“B.P.R.D.”), comes a rejuvenating spin on the bloodsucker genre that dramatically infuses...

  • Review: ‘Dead Boy Detectives’ #1

    With two charming and engaging protagonists, “Dead Boy Detectives” #1 is just as eerie as it is endearing. Making their way past the pages of...

  • Review: ‘B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth’ #114

    So much has been going on in the Mignolaverse with Abe on the run and Hellboy dead, it’s nice to have a highly volatile character...

  • Review: ‘Next Testament’ #6

    Never missing a beat, “Next Testament” #6 is pure adrenaline rush from start to finish. In another standout installment, readers should be prepared for some...

  • Review: ‘Ghost’ #1

    Demons, ghosts, possessions, and a lady in white. It sounds a little silly to me, but it seems be the premise of “Ghost” #1, the...

  • Review: ‘Ten Grand’ #6

    Creator and series scribe, J. Michael Straczynski continues his collaboration with recently anointed series artist, C.P. Smith, to deliver another solid issue for Image Comics’...

  • Review: ‘The Strain: The Fall’ #6

    In a really big move, “The Strain: The Fall” #6 finally lets the subplots converge and the ensemble cast of characters meet. What could be...

  • Review: ‘Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein’ #4

    Another brilliant arc in the CM universe comes to an end with the release of Steve Niles and Christopher Mitten’s “Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of...

  • Review: ‘Saga’ #17

    the holiday spirit is running rampant. There’s a shit load of snow on the ground (at least where I am) and everyone is outside spreading...

  • 5 Skull Review: ‘Locke & Key: Alpha’ #2

    An emotionally gripping finale, “Locke & Key: Alpha” #2 is the perfect conclusion any fan could hope for. The deeply flawed Locke family stand together...