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Review: Wringing Out The Good Magic In TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY: DEATH’S CHOIR #2

The sequel to one of the best horror comics of the decade receives a stellar second issue in "Tales From Harrow County" #2. Cullen...

Review: Player 2 Enters The Game in ALIEN VS. PREDATOR: THICKER THAN BLOOD #2

The second issue of "Alien Vs. Predator: Thicker Than Blood" is a beautiful but forgettable read. The plot itself is rushed and introduces new...

Revenge and Kidnappings in DRAGON AGE: BLUE WRAITH #1

Dragon Age: Blue Wraith #1 is a dark and epic tale, one that brings back a fan favorite from the games.

A Changing of the Minds in STEEPLE #5

Steeple #5 is the dramatic and shocking conclusion to the series, full of revelations, twists, and perhaps an opportunity for more.

Review: Cooking Dinner with the Enemy in KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #2

Writer Sydney Duncan and artist Natalie Barahona return for a tense second issue of "Kill Whitey Donovan." This new chapter never eases off the...

Review: The Reign of Beasts in THE BUTCHER OF PARIS #2

"The Butcher of Paris" #2 is a more quiet and contemplative chapter than its predecessor. However, the successfully confident prose of writer Stephanie Phillips...

STRANGER THINGS: INTO THE FIRE #1

Stranger Things: Into the Fire #1 is a dramatic beginning to another tale set in the Stranger Things universe. This story is already proving to be as chilling as it is compelling.

Battles and Delusions in CRONE #3

Crone #3 is an intense read, one that is strikingly human despite the epic qualities of the threat Blood Bliss faces.

Review: Extreme Malpractice in WITCHFINDER: REIGN OF DARKNESS #2

The Hellboy universe is driven by such consistent quality that the unusually "meh" debut issue of "Witchfinder: Reign of Darkness" was seen as an...

Review: COUNT CROWLEY: RELUCTANT MIDNIGHT MONSTER HUNTER #3

This second-to-last issue of "Count Crowley" takes some time away from the monsters to focus on Jerri's familial struggles and a strange conspiracy. The...

SKULLDIGGER & SKELETON BOY #1 – A Deadly Vigilante In Spiral City

Jeff Lemire introduces us to the violent vigilante of Spiral City, in Skulldigger & Skeleton Boy #1 from Dark Horse Comics. Black Hammer takes golden...

Review: INVISIBLE KINGDOM #8 Where Drama And Beauty Go Hand In Hand

With Invisible Kingdom you can’t help but be entranced by the characters and there are several that you will become emotionally attached to

Dark Horse Comics Exclusive Preview: WITCHFINDER: THE REIGN OF DARKNESS #2

WITCHFINDER: THE REIGN OF DARKNESS #2 hits your local comic book store tomorrow, December 18th, but thanks to Dark Horse Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots...

Review: The Dead Wander Home in TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY: DEATH’S CHOIR #1

Harrow County creator Cullen Bunn teams up with artist Naomi Franquiz to bring us "Tales From Harrow County: Death's Choir" #1. This first issue is...

Review: Triage #4 is an Emotional Punch to the Gut

For the past four months, Phillip Sevy has been churning out some of the most visually interesting, emotionally resonant science fiction on comic book...

Temptations and Trickeries in STEEPLE #4

Steeple #4 has fun playing with biases, assumptions, and expectations. It’s a quirky and lively issue, full of witches and magic.

It All Comes to An End in STRAYED #5

Strayed #5 is the powerful and emotional conclusion to the series. Lou’s tale comes to an end here, and it is truly bittersweet.

Review: The Cruise from Hell in ALIEN VERSUS PREDATOR: THICKER THAN BLOOD

Disregarding (and hopefully forgetting) the two films, the Alien Vs. Predator franchise has had a litany of successes in the worlds of novels, video...

Review: On the Road of Vengeance in the Old Deep South with KILL WHITEY DONOVAN #1

Novelist and first time comic writer Sydney Duncan and artist Natalie Barahona ally with 12-Gauge Comics and Dark Horse to bring us the first...

Review: The Unending Terror of Occupation in THE BUTCHER OF PARIS #1

The realistic examination of factual events in world history is something that the comic medium doesn't explore too often. World War II is an...