All posts tagged "Drumhellar"

  • Review: “Drumhellar” #7

    “Drumhellar” # 7 brings us a relatively subdued and to be honest, a bit dull issue this month. Now with this being the out there,...

  • Review: “Drumhellar” #6

    “Drumhellar” #6 is one of those “between arcs” issues. Comprised of equal parts prologue and epilogue, it introduces us to a trippy new case for...

  • Review: “Drumhellar” # 5

    Well if you were expecting “Drumhellar” to close out its first arc with a bevy of answers you will be sorely disappointed. Instead Riley Rossmo...

  • 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: “Drumhellar” # 3

    Riley Rossmo and Alex Link’s “Drumhellar” further embraces the weird this month. Nothing is quite what it seems in this crazy comic, but that’s a...

  • [BEST & WORST ‘13] Jimbus_Christ’s Top Ten Debut Issues of 2013

    A debut issue is a difficult conundrum. How do you introduce your characters, their motivations, and the larger world around them in an interesting and...

  • [Rotting Retro Review] “Green Wake: Volume 1”

    With the release of Riley Rossmo’s “Drumhellar” earlier this week, Bloody-Disgusting thought it time to revisit “Green Wake.” The series follows Morley Mack as he...

  • Review: “Drumhellar” # 2

    Riley Rossmo and Alex Link follow their debut issue of “Drumhellar” with a more focused approach. The result is a story that is still deeply...

  • [Interview] Riley Rossmo Talks Supernatural Surrealism In ‘Drumhellar’

    Riley Rossmo has made quite a reputation for himself in the comics industry over the past few years. So much so that we recently spotlighted...

  • 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”),...

  • [Visions of Horror] Riley Rossmo

    Farah Al-Hakkak (ShadowJayd) and Lonnie Nadler (Lonmonster) are back to showcase more first-rate horror artwork from the finest artists the comics industry has to offer....

  • Riley Rossmo Gets Really, Really Bizarre In ‘Drumhellar’

    We’ve been eagerly anticipating a new book from Riley Rossmo since his departure from “Bedlam” a few months back, and today Rossmo finally announced his...