Invisible Kingdom uses science fiction to tell an original and fascinating take on real human drama – one that is entirely relevant to our twenty-first century experiences.
Fight Club 3 once again teams Chuck Palahniuk up with Cameron Stewart to further the story of the narrator and his alter ego Tyler Durden.
If there’s something unnatural in the world, something too strange for the US Government to investigate, Pitor Wyrd is on the case. As are all lovers of dark, science fiction adventure comic books, with the premiere issue of Wyrd #1.
A non-Scoobie takes a look at the first issue of the reimagined Buffy The Vampire Slayer comic from Boom! Studios.
It’s the perfect stocking stuffer: this season, holiday in hell with your favourite evil fightin’, cigar-chompin’, red right hand demon seed!
Berger Books, an imprint of Dark Horse Comics, returns with another boundary pushing, timely, politically and socially charged series – this one about aliens…and immigration!
The official unofficial, never-made, third film in the Alien franchise finally bursts through the chest of pop culture obscurity to see the light of day – and it’s a sci-fi horror cracker!
At the Mountains of Madness meets Heart of Darkness! What could be more terrifying? Biff Bam Pop’s 31 Days of Horror (in comic book form) continues with the new monthly miniseries, The Whispering Dark!
We’ve all got our own, personal, horror stories, don’t we? And they’re all likely in the telling, aren’t they? Perfect for the October season, these likely stories are the horrifically likeliest of all!
In Olivia Twist, the Charles Dickens’ Victoria-era classic never, ever looked so steampunkishly cool – or so modern in flavor!
This week’s Heroes and Villains sees E.A. Henson take on the role of the cool adult from a modestly budgeted after school special with looks at The Alcoholic and Burnouts.
In this week’s Heroes and Villains I’m going to be taking a look at all the TV show adaptations that are fit to print!