It’s another spooktacular edition of Heroes & Villains, this time taking you into the developmental hell of Untold Horror, along with a collected edition of Scarenthood.
Mazebook is a labyrinthian story of love and loss and the search for peace, full of emotion and human truth.
After reading Masters of the Universe: Revelation #1 E.A Henson says that the property is safe in Kevin Smith’s excitable and nerdy hands.
The Yog-Sothoth, D’endrrah, Nyarlathotep and, indeed, the Master of R’lyeh await purveyors of cosmic terror in a brand-new celebration of the art of the Arkham Horror board game.
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.
Get your fix of old school kung-fu grindhouse action and fun with the brilliant new miniseries: Orphan And the Five Beasts.
Much like The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles before it, Hellboy’s younger years are fertile storytelling ground.
Black Hammer: Visions turns it up a notch with big time creatives taking turns on all of that universe’s great superhero characters!
Spies, conspiracy theories and government plots! Wrap that elevator pitch around Russian folktales and you’ve got the makings of the action-packed, mind-altering comic book series, Crimson Flower!
The first 25 issues of Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Black Hammer make for the perfect gift for the comic fan in your life.
The Witcher: Fading Memories is an excellent jumping on point if you only have a passing knowledge of The Witcher franchise.
Starship Down from Dark Horse Comics has a fun premise, with an interesting setting.