In this instalment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got some seasonally appropriate creepy books, and a look at how I got sucked into the DC Universe streaming service!
When the collected edition of The New Mutants: Dead Souls came across my figurative desk for 31 Days of Horror I was a bit perplexed. How do the New Mutants, which I had always viewed as “the JV X-Men” or “that book that became X-Force”, relate to horror? Well, after I was a few pages I was convinced I was reading the right book.
This week in Heroes and Villains, I’ve got virtual cornucopia of fever dream induced comics for you, including a new book from Image/Skybound.
The main draw of the book is the BRAND NEW Swamp Thing tale by Brian Azzarello and Greg Capullo which is amazing.
In this edition of Heroes and Villains, we look at the returning Umbrella Academy, and a brand new series based on Ripley’s Believe It Or Not.
In this installment of Heroes and Villains we’ve got giant robots! Space! Magic! All that plus I’ve cracked the code of the Marvel Netflix shows!
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!
Going back to school is the actual stuff of nightmares, as E.A. Henson looks at Bully Wars from Image Comics, along with Warren Ellis’ Cemetery Beach.
Oni’s Dream Daddy, based on the popular mobile game, definitely knows who it’s being written for. Buttons are pushed, cute dates are had, hot dads abound.
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!
It’s social media and superheroes in this week’s installment of Heroes & Villains, as E.A. Henson looks at Crowded #1 from Image and Sequart’s Humans and Paragons: Essays on Super-Hero Justice.