Hell & Gone feels incredibly organic and also like something of a missing chapter for both titles nailing the tone of each series perfectly.
One pop culture horror title hosts a genre-making and beloved dark fantasy series in a new comic book crossover that serves as a frightfully wonderful tribute to both literary institutions.
When it comes to both Venom and the King In Black mini-series, in the words of Spinal Tap, “How much more black could it be?”
Collectible card game players move into the realm of comic book fanboys and fangirls with a brand new series based on a global phenom fantasy game!
Avengers: Curse of the Man-Thing is part body horror/part alienesque-invasion, and Steve Orlando and Marco Failla do a great job actually getting the reader invested in the action.
Flash Fact: E.A. Henson is a longtime Flash fan who hopes the new creative team on the book does well by Wally West.
A priest, a minister and a rabbi…Yeah, sure. It’s the start of some great existential joke. But it’s also the compelling premise to a fascinating graphic novel about the mysteries of human existence.
In the final instalment of Welcome To The Future, Uncle Highlander looks at the treatment of Wally West in Future State: The Flash.
Published by Image Comics, Rick Remender’s The Scumbag is one of the most accurate and astute criticisms of the world we live in.
Moviedom’s most terrifying – and beloved – xenomorph makes the trip to the House of Ideas with the first Marvel Comics publication of Alien!
Both King In Black: Amazing Spider-Man #1 and Black Knight: Curse Of The Black Knight #1 highlight what makes each character enduring.
Shadecraft is the perfect comic for anyone looking to fill that void in their lives with the end of Supernatural and Sabrina.