Fear and horror through multiple chapters and increasing degrees of terror makes the scares all the more emotional – and thought-provoking – in today’s release of the one-shot, Spectro!
The massive new Fall of the Mutants Omnibus features classic runs from Uncanny X-Men, the New Mutants, and X-Factor that put each team through their paces and found core members dying and status quos changing for all of them.
Here’s your first official look at the next #MissionImpossible movie, due to hit screens next year!
The Week in Horror covers a brand new season of the beloved Black Mirror, snakes, mermaids, and even a woman who thinks she’s turning into a dog in Night Bitch!
On paper, Salt and Sacrifice has everything Wade Stokan loves about video games. But in practice, it feels a little half baked.
Discover why Jeromme Graham says the latest single from Metric is “nothing short of a masterpiece”.
It’s not even close to Halloween and we’ve already got two classic horror franchise video game releases with Evil Dead: The Game and Vampire: The Masquerade – Swansong.
Issue #18 of The Department of Truth is a beautiful encapsulation of everything Uncle Highlander loves about this series.
E.A. Henson shares news of the new Outrun Collectibles physical location in Toronto, along with a look at the Amazing Spider-Man One:12.
Marie Gilbert says that director Jon Binkowski’s Scare Zone delivers the frights.
After seven years, the beloved and award-winning fantasy comic book series steeped in all of your favourite childhood tales returns for a new chapter, picking up right where it left off.
Hulk vs Thor: Banner of War is colourful and crazy sci-fi, and even nonsensical in spots, but that’s not a bad thing at all.
From sharks to comics to dark passengers to Ghostface, this week’s horror news is all over the map. A little something for every taste, so check it out!