The most recent issues of Hellions, New Mutants, and Cable are all closely knit character stories that expand the overarching storyline of X of Swords.
From The Shining to Jaws 3-D, Andy Burns looks back at the horror films that made him a fan in our latest 31 Days of Horror instalment.
With the Friday The 13th Collection: Deluxe Edition Blu-ray set, Scream Factory has done an exceptional job of giving horror fans their money’s worth.
Even as a part of of Sword of X, Marauders #13 manages to feel that it’s driven by its characters and not just a piece of a larger whole.
If you’re looking for a cinematic way to interact with content, Macroverse is a comic book reading app that’s doing so, with a perfect new story here just in time for Halloween.
While it may not compare to the classic Alfred Hitchcock original, 1986’s Psycho III is a far better film than you may remember.
Al Ewing, who has been steering the Hulk ship with the Immortal Hulk series goes deep into the psyche of Jennifer Walters.
The Biff Bam Pop Princess returns with her opinions on Super Mario 3D All-Stars for the Nintendo Switch.
Zeb Wells and Stephen Segovia have done a solid job with both this issue and their entire first arc of Hellions.
If you’re a newcomer to the mythology of Ultraman, this first issue is an easily accessible read that doesn’t require any knowledge of the character.
The Way I See It is an excellent portrayal of a time, place, and man the likes of whom we might not see again.
Old Man Hawkeye: The Complete Collection tells the prequel to the classic Old Man Logan series, featuring a guild-driven Hawkeye.