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The Immortality of Horror Comics: A Continuous Resurrection

Horror is one of the most popular genres in the entire comics medium. In more recent years, it's found as much critical success as...

Review: Get Spooky With RED SONJA AND VAMPIRELLA MEET BETTY AND VERONICA #1

Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica #1 feels simultaneously like a strange mashup, and a no-brainer. The characters seem to have little crossover...

Advance Review: ‘Jughead: The Hunger’ Is A Fun And Genuine Horror Comic

Jughead: The Hunger One-Shot Written by: Frank Tieri Art by: Michael Walsh Colors by: Michael Walsh and Dee Cunniffe Published by Archie Comics Okay so this is an advanced...

Why ‘Riverdale’ Should’ve Been About ‘Afterlife with Archie’

CW has come out with its latest comic-based series, but it's not another DC super-show. Riverdale is a new take on the Archie Comics characters, with...

Five Great Modern Horror Comics

With Halloween almost upon us, the airwaves and cineplexes are filled with all manner of horror. Hell, even off season, the genre is back...

Jughead #1: The Real Star of Archie Comics

Those of you who have read my Archie reviews will have noticed that I am a big fan of the character known as Jughead....

Archie #3: Who’s Afraid of Veronica Lodge?

The success of the Archie revival has been on of the more surprising industry revelations of 2015. Despite the strong creative team of Mark Waid and Fiona Staples...

Archie #2: Comedy that Challenges You

The first issue of All-New Archie surprised me and  judging from  the critical reception that followed, I'm not the only one that was shocked...

Archie #1: Waid And Staples Have Created Something Special

Before we begin, it’s worth clarifying a few things regarding my history with the character of Archie Andrews. Suffice to say, as shocking as...