Justin Munday

65 Articles written
Reader and hoarder of comics. Quietly sipping coffee, reading, and watching sci-fi in Knoxville, TN.

Longbox Legends: SWEET TOOTH – Innocence in the Time of the Apocalypse

"This is a Story." In the time surrounding the year 2010, the post-apocalypse story setting was near beaten to death by the mainstream horde of...

Review: The Reasons We’re Here in FAR SECTOR #5

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell's "Far Sector," with the help of letterer Deron Bennett, has been a tantalizing blend of space-opera, sci-fi...

Review: THE KILL LOCK #4 – Kindred Spirits & Death Traps

The fourth issue of Livio Ramondelli's "The Kill Lock" brings this motley crew of machines together like a dysfunctional family, just before an unpredictable...

Graphic Novel Review: BOG BODIES – No Loose Ends

Writer Declan Shalvey and artist Gavin Fullerton unite their talents to create "Bog Bodies," a crime story like nothing you've read before. They, along...

Review: HOTELL #1 Is The Last Stop on the Edge of Reality

The comics world (and the world at large) seems to be missing a good ol' short horror anthology. Luckily, writer John Lees and artist...

Review: Get The Hell Out of Town in RED BORDER #1

The contentious topic of the U.S. border is given a compelling twist in Jason Starr and Will Conrad's "Red Border" #1. This issue offers...

Review: NO ONE’S ROSE #1 Is Post-Apocalyptic Class Commentary

A dystopian post-apocalyptic world created by humanity's own hubris is far from an original concept, but writers Zac Thompson and Emily Horn along with...

Review: An Inheritance of Ghosts in THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY #5

M.R. Carey and Peter Gross' "The Dollhouse Family" has been a pleasant surprise of horror/mystery, with the latter of these two making up the...

Review: TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY: DEATH’S CHOIR #4 is a Mournful Conclusion

Cullen Bunn and Naomi Franquiz bring this story arc to a close with "Tales From Harrow County: Death's Choir" #4. This bittersweet chapter reminds...

Review: BILLIONAIRE ISLAND Brings Cathartic Satire to the One Percenters

Ragging on the rich may be the order of the day for current fiction, but few would likely be able to do it quite...

Review: THE DREAMING #19 – One Magical Movement

Writer Si Spurrier and artist Bilquis Evely begin the final arc of their run on The Dreaming with issue #19. This chapter offers an emotionally...

Review: The Fall of a Regime, the Rise of New Deceptions in THE BUTCHER OF PARIS #4

The fourth issue of historical crime-thriller "The Butcher of Paris" is here, and it once again provides intrigue and tension in spades. Stephanie Phillips'...