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Review: Paths Diverge in KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #4

Sydney Duncan and Natalie Barahona's Civil-War era revenge series "Kill Whitey Donovan" nears its end with issue #4, and its approach is one of...

C2E2 Aftermath: Panda Mony’s Ryan Magnon Explains ALTER NATION

Panda Mony's company president Ryan Magnon was at C2E2 this past weekend and he talked with Monkeys Fighting Robots about its toy franchise Alter...

Review: INVISIBLE KINGDOM #10 Drifts To A Exciting End

Invisible Kingdom started as a world expanding, science fiction tale but it has become something so much more.

Review: The Crew Tracks Down A Full-Fledged Nightmare In CRITICAL ROLE: VOX MACHINA ORIGINS II #5

CRITICAL ROLE: VOX MACHINA ORIGINS II #5, available on Wednesday, February 19th, follows Vox Machina's quest to save their beloved member Grog. This issue...

HELLBOY & THE BPRD: THE RETURN OF EFFIE KOLB #1 Revisits the Past

Written by Mike Mignola, with art by Zach Howard, colors by Dave Stewart and letters by Clem Robins, Dark Horse's Hellboy and the BPRD:...

Review: HIDDEN SOCIETY #1 is a Gorgeous Grind of a Read

Writer Rafael Scavone teams up with artist Rafael Albuquerque to create a new world of mystery and magic in "Hidden Society" #1. Albuquerque's phenomenal...

Interview: Matt Kindt Discusses His New Series BANG!

BANG! #1 is out this Wednesday, February 19th, from Dark Horse Comics, and we had the chance to speak with writer Matt Kindt about...

Review: TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY #3 – One Ought Not Meddle in Goblin Affairs

      The sequel series to the phenomenal comic story Harrow County sees its third chapter in "Tales From Harrow County: Death's Choir" #3. This issue is...

Review: BANG! #1 is James Bond but Much, Much Weirder

One of the most notable things about Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond is the linear storytelling aspect of the films. While other Bond...

DRAGON AGE: BLUE WRAITH #2 – A Tale of Agents and Relics

Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #2 is a dramatic and fast-paced issue, one that shows off the cost of battle and revenge.

Sacrifice and Loss in STRANGER THINGS: INTO THE FIRE #2

Stranger Things: Into the Fire #2 carefully balances hints about the past with the rising tension of what is about to occur.

Grand Admiral Thrawn: Before and After Disney Takeover

Grand Admiral Thrawn, a most cunning and intimidating force in Star Wars' Galactic Empire. A fan favorite from what is now the Legends canon...

Review: Southern Running & Gunning in KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #3

Sydney Duncan and Natalie Barahona's Civil-War era revenge story "Kill Whitey Donovan" reaches its third chapter with more intriguing backstory and narrow escapes. Despite...

The Dark and Bloody Truth in CRONE #4

Crone #4 is as intensely emotional as it is bloody, revealing all the ways our heroes have gained and then lost.

FRANKENSTEIN UNDONE #1 Review: A Meditation on Shelley’s Masterpiece

From the pages of the Dark Horse flagship title Hellboy comes Frankenstein Undone #1. Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie, with art by...

Why You Should Read: HARROW COUNTY

Horror is one of the most versatile genres in all of fiction. From slashers to psychological thrillers, and from creature features to supernatural terrors,...

Review: INVISIBLE KINGDOM #9 A Reality Check In The Depths Of Space

Invisible Kingdom is a fully rounded, modern science-fiction comic with the usual thrills and spills but also, an extra, deeper, social conscience.

Review: The Horrors Of President And Country Revealed In THE MASK: I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE MASK #4

The final presidential vote is tallied in THE MASK: I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE MASK #4, available in comic book stores on Wednesday, January...

Review: Triumph and Disembowlment in COUNT CROWLEY: RELUCTANT MIDNIGHT MONSTER HUNTER #4

The final issue of David Dastmalchian and Lukas Ketner's "Count Crowley: Reluctant Midnight Monster Hunter" is here, and it's riddled with emotion and foreshadowing....

The Mask: The Renewing Face of Outrage Culture

The Mask, after twenty years, is back in comics and people's minds. Unlike the Jim Carrey movie, which plays up the comedy factor, the...