R.L. Stine takes a graphic novel turn that is so strange and terrifying that kids and adults everywhere will go…Just Beyond to read it!
In X-Men #4 Gerry Duggan does an excellent job diving into the theoretical worst nightmares of both Scott Summers and Jean Grey
With What’s The Furthest Place From Here? Tyler Boss and Matthew Rosenburg have once again laid the groundwork for a fantastic new series.
A Batman classic, perfect reading for the spooky season, gets reissued today in a handsome new hardcover deluxe edition!
E.A. Henson keeps thinks spooky in with a look at this year’s Archie Halloween Spectacular and the animated adaptation of The Long Halloween.
It’s the middle of October, which means it’s the perfect time to read some spooky Marvel takes. Here’s a list of some new and classic tales.
DC revealed today that Jon Kent will come out as bisexual in Superman: Son of Kal-El.
This spooky season, what could possibly be more frightening than visiting…or revisiting…muah-ha-ha!…the freed denizens of Gotham City’s most notorious asylum?
In Darkhold #1, Steve Orlando and Cian Tormey deliver a tale that ably mixes super heroism and the Lovecraftian vibe of the history of Chthon.
Uncle Highlander says that The Department of Truth is a perfect book. Read on to find out why.
Jed McKay and Lee Garbett cast magic within the first issue of The Death of Doctor Strange.
In Short Order Crooks, you’ll learn more about the seedy underbelly of the food truck world than you might ever have known, or wanted to know before.