E.A. Henson weighs in on new books from Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt in this week’s Heroes & Villains.
E.A. Henson has rave reviews for two new titles – Bags (Or A Story Thereof) and Collapser.
A non-Scoobie takes a look at the first issue of the reimagined Buffy The Vampire Slayer comic from Boom! Studios.
This week’s Heroes and Villains is all over the map! A classic reimagined, an instant classic, and something that’s…not a comic? Don’t worry! It’s comics adjacent so we’re cool. Onward!
In this week’s edition of Heroes and Villains, EA Henson previews Neil Gaiman’s A Study In Emerald, and looks at the first issue of BOOM! Studios’ By Night.
An upcoming graphic novel about the Undertaker promises to give readers new revelations and surprises about the WWE superstar’s long career.
Labyrinth has been experienced in comic book form before – but never before has it been experienced like today’s release of Boom! Studios’ Jim Henson’s Labyrinth #1.
Hey there comic fans, I’m here in the home office in chilly Cobourg, Ontario, so that must mean its time for Heroes and Villains! This week I strapped in for … Continue reading Heroes and Villains: February 1, 2018
In today’s column I will be taking a look at the first two volumes of Injection by one of my favourite writers, Warren Ellis, as well as some titles from Zenescope, Dark Horse and Boom Studios.
Much loved old school comic books. Created by much loved old school comic book talent. That’s the kind of stuff many old school comic book fans love to read. So, … Continue reading Heed The Call To ‘George Perez’s Sirens Hardcover’ On The Wednesday Run
The holiday season is full of magic! Whether it’s snow softly falling from the nighttime sky, children skating on a frozen pond, the reflection of your own face, peering in … Continue reading Believe In The Magic of ‘The Stardust Kid’ on The Wednesday Run
It’s Wednesday. New comic book day. Here in Toronto, Canada, the sun is shining and the clock excitedly ticks down to quitting time when many of us make our weekly … Continue reading Dive Deep Into Madness With “The Unsound #1” On The Wednesday Run