• Review: ‘Velvet’ #1

    A smart spy thriller, “Velvet” #1 will keep readers on their toes as each plot twist hits them hard. This is an exciting glimpse into...

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    A major treat for horror movie fans, the “Army of Darkness/Re-Animator” one-shot special is full of witty one-liners, slapstick visual gags, and crazy undead action....

  • Review: ‘Hellboy: The Midnight Circus’ HC

    An ambitious overdose of emotion, action, and humor, “Hellboy: The Midnight Circus” is a tremendously fun ride. Readers get a chance to see what the...

  • Advance Review: ‘Drumhellar’ #1

    “Drumhellar” boasts a unique trip into the rural surreal. Written by Alex Link with art from Riley Rossmo (the team that brought you “Rebel Blood”),...

  • Review: ‘Rat Queens’ #2

    Kurtis J. Wiebe’s “Rat Queens” is an invigorating reminder that fresh, female-driven, fantasy content is still alive and kicking ass. Expect an effortless blend of...

  • Advance Review: ‘Witchblade’ #170

    “Witchblade” #170 marks the return of long-time Witchblade writer Ron Marz back into the fold after he left the series with issue #150. No other...

  • Review: ‘S.H.O.O.T. First’ #1

    Justin Aclin’s “S.H.O.O.T. First” #1 is an Angels vs. Demons vs. Atheists tale that articulates the author’s ideologies, which — for clarity’s sake — seem...

  • Review: ‘Captain Ultimate’ #3

    A pleasant tribute to kids cartoons and superhero comics, “Captain Ultimate” #3 is a fun and nostalgic blast to the past. Readers will be genuinely...

  • Review: ‘B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth’ #112

    Things are coming full circle in “B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth: Lake of Fire” as many intricate storylines throughout the past year begin to click together...

  • Review: ‘The Strain: The Fall’ #4

    Kicking things to high gear, “The Strain: The Fall” #4 continues to be an awesome thrill-ride that refuses to slow down. After the “Twilight” franchise...

  • Review: ‘Sheltered’ #4

    As each page hooks the reader right in, “Sheltered” #4 delivers a heart pounding issue. In a suspenseful turn of events, the “Sheltered” series becomes...

  • Review: ‘Ghosted’ #4

    “Ghosted” writer, Joshua Williamson, assembles a chillingly effective tale that’s thoroughly engrossing, and intelligently crafted; with intense and masterfully rendered illustrations from Goran Sudzuka, that...

  • Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox Reviews ‘Baltimore: The Plague Ships’

    Jamie Madrox is back again with another Dark Horse Comics review. This time, he takes on Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden’s “Baltimore: The Plague Ships”.

  • Review: ‘‘Toxic Storm’ #2

    Built more for thrill than profound story-telling, Adam Cheal’s creator owned graphic novel, “Toxic Storm”, is a subtle ode to the exploitation films of the...

  • Review: ‘Coffin Hill’ #1

    Right from the first page, “Coffin Hill” #1 is an intriguing murder mystery filled with possible suspects, red herrings, and an engaging protagonist. A tragic...

  • Review: ‘Afterlife with Archie’ #1

    Who would have thought the zombie curse would one-day plague the peaceful town of Riverdale? Zombies are no longer a mere pop-culture fad. They’ve been...

  • Review: ‘Bedlam’ #9

    Already well known for its incredible writing and insane amount of death, blood, and random acts of unfathomable violence, “Bedlam” establishes much of the same...

  • Review: ‘Forever Evil’ #2

    An entertaining read with exciting plot twists, “Forever Evil” #2 continues with its dark vision where Gotham City lies in ruins and the death count...

  • Review: ‘Hinterkind’ #1

    Fast-moving and action-packed, “Hinterkind” #1 takes readers on an entertaining ride through the apocalypse. It’s not brain-eating zombies that have taken over the world. This...

  • Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox Reviews ‘The Strain’ Volume 1

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  • Review: ‘The Witching Hour’ #1

    Full of double toil and trouble, “The Witching Hour” one-shot special is a an awesome collection of nine chilling tales. Fooling around with witchcraft can...

  • Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox Reviews Steve Niles’ ‘Freaks of the Heartland’

    Twiztid’s Jamie Madrox is back with another Dark Horse Comics review. This time he takes on Steve Niles’ tale of freakish terror, “Freaks of the...

  • Review: ‘Suckers’ #1

    Delightfully absurd and disarmingly hilarious, Patrick Shand’s “Suckers” is one of those rare subversive genre comedies, that effectively balances its uneven mix of gags, guts,...

  • Review: ‘Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein’ #1

    Following the epic crossover event that laid to rest Steve Niles’ thrilling “30 Days of Night” series, Dark Horse Comics welcomes back our favourite hard-boiled...