All posts tagged "Riley Rossmo"

  • 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...

  • Preview: “Bloodshot” #22

    Valiant has released an advance preview of “Bloodshot” #22, which kicks off an all new story-arc and is a good jumping on point for new readers....

  • 5 Skull Review: “Curse” #4

    Michael Moreci & Tim Daniel craft an ambitious conclusion for their story that mirrors it’s dark beginning. Their ultimate solution is seeded in a certain...

  • Review: ‘Curse’ #3

    A horror story never gets better for anyone involved. Michael Moreci & Tim Daniel are very aware of that fact this month as they push...

  • 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: “Curse” # 2

    “Curse” continues its descent into small-town madness with another chilling chapter of werewolf mythology. Laney pushes himself to a point of no return. Moreci and...

  • 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...

  • [Rotting Retro Review] “Green Wake Volume 2: Lost Children”

    With the release of Riley Rossmo’s “Curse” and Kurtis Wiebe’s “Rat Queens” last week, Bloody-Disgusting thought it time to revisit “Green Wake.” Volume two follows...

  • Review: ‘Curse’ # 1

    “Curse” # 1 will get under your skin with a story of a man pushed so far to the edge that he must hunt a...

  • 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...

  • BOOM! Casts A ‘Curse’ On You!

    BOOM! Studios has a new title from the all-star creative team of Michael Moreci, Tim Daniel, Riley Rossmo, and Colin Lorimer, all of whom have...

  • [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”),...

  • [Interview] Michael Moreci, Tim Daniel, Riley Rossmo, & Colin Lorimer Launch ‘Curse’

    BOOM! Studios is diving head first into horror in January with the release of the new 4-issue mini-series “Curse”. To launch their foray into the...

  • [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...

  • Review: ‘Dia De Los Muertos’ #3

    A combination of odd and surreal, Dia De Los Muertos #3 delivers three distinct and enjoyable short stories. Taking inspiration from the Mexican holiday, Day...

  • Riley Rossmo Takes Leave From ‘Bedlam’

    I heard about this rumor a while back from a very reliable source, but I chose not to report it for fear of starting some...

  • Review: ‘Dia De Los Muertos’ #1

    With such believable characters at its center, Dia De Los Muertos #1 establishes its premise to create some memorable stories. This creative team-up of writers...

  • Review: ‘Bedlam’ #3

    A completely unique take on the world of crime and serial killers is quickly becoming a more meaningful and deep story than issue #1 represented....

  • [BEST & WORST '12] Jorge Solis’ List of the Best Comics 2012!

    It’s usually difficult to buy comic book issues every month. Most likely, I’ll wait till the issues are collected and buy the trade paperback. It’s...