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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: 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: 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'...

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...