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GIDEON FALLS #20 – Don’t Drink the Dirty Evil Black Water

Father and Mother get to the village at the center as they prepare for death, in Gideon Falls #20, out this week from Image...

JOKER/HARLEY: CRIMINAL SANITY #2- The Hunt is On

Joker leaves another crime scene for Harley and the police to ponder over in Joker/Harley: Criminal Sanity #2, out this week from DC Black...

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...

Review: A Curse Travels Through Time in THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY #2

Vertigo all-stars Mike Carey, Peter Gross and Vince Locke continue to deliver an engrossing slow-burn horror experience in "The Dollhouse Family" #2. Two equally...

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: SENTIENT #1 – Terrified & Alone In The Endless Void

All alone in the void of space, every adult is dead, how are the children supposed to survive? Find out in Sentient from TKO...

Review: BASKETFUL OF HEADS #2 – The Talking Heads Make Terrible Friends

Heads start rollin' and they keep talkin' in Bastketful of Heads #2, out this week from DC Comics Black Label. After the first issue started...

Review: IMMORTAL HULK #27- Please Run, Smash Class is in Session.

Bruce Banner dishes out some SMASH lessons in Immortal Hulk #27, out this week from Marvel. After Banner delivered his manifesto to the world, it...

Review: GIDEON FALLS #18 – Smiling Out of the Depths of Hell

The laughing man is looking for blood in Gideon Falls #18, out this week from Image Comics. Wow. Just when you thought you might have...

Review: BASKETFUL OF HEADS #1- Glorious 80’s Summer Camp Horror

With escaped convicts, oncoming storms, and old relics, Scooby Doo and the gang would feel right at home on Brody Island in Basketful of...

Review: JOKER: KILLER SMILE #1 – A Beautifully Disturbing Mind

Dr. Ben Arnell tries a new approach at a cure with Joker: Killer Smile #1, from DC Comics Black Label this week. Jeff Lemire is...

Why You Should Start Reading Mike Mignola’s HELLBOY Universe

From massive monster battles to complex character drama, Mike Mignola's Hellboy universe has Gothic horror for everyone. SPOILER ALERT: Minor spoilers for Hellboy and B.P.R.D....

Review: Booze, Monsters, & B-Horror in COUNT CROWLEY: RELUCTANT MIDNIGHT MONSTER HUNTER #1

Actor and horror-lover David Dastmalchian cuts his teeth in the world of comics with the first issue of his debut series "Count Crowley: Reluctant...

Review: IMMORTAL HULK #25 – The Breaker of Worlds is Inevitable

Nothing can save you, nothing is left to hear you scream, and there is no escape from the Breaker of Worlds in Immortal Hulk...

Review: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #2 – More Than Meets The Eye

Children are dying and a new face in town is causing problems in Something is Killing the Children #2, out this week from Boom Studios. Written...

Review: JOKER: YEAR OF THE VILLAIN #1 – Painting the Town Bloody

The Joker takes a friend out for a wild night on the town in Joker: Year of the Villain, out this week from DC...

Review: YOU ARE OBSOLETE #1 – A Leisurely Stroll Through Secluded Hell

The children are smart, clever, and creepy as @#$% in You Are Obsolete #1, out this week from Aftershock. You Are Obsolete #1 is a...

Review: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN #1 – Glorious Gore

Out this week from Boom! Studios, Something is Killing the Children, and it's not just killing them, it is tearing them the @#$% apart. James...

Review: MARVEL MONSTERS #1 Frenzied Monster Mashing For All Ages

While Marvel Monsters #1, out this week from Marvel Comics is not what I expected, it is a fun and informative look into the monsters of...

Interview: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN’s James Tynion IV & Eric Harburn

Check out the spookier corners of your local comic book shop and you're sure to come across a few titles by James Tynion IV....