In this edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson talks to author Samuel Dodson about his new book, Philosophers’ Dogs.
With a name like Neon Spring #0: This Car Neutralizes Douchebags, how can you not want to read this cyberpunk tale?
Batman Secret Files: The Gardner gives Bella Garten an amazingly fleshed out backstory complete with ties to the larger DC Universe.
Two ghoulish books are on display in this 31 Days of Horror edition of Heroes & Villains.
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.
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 a whole lot of horror in Heroes & Villains this week as E.A. Henson looks at the new horror anthology AFTERDARK and the Transformers: Halloween Special.
Ballad for Sophie delivers the perfect balance of story and art that is a rare find indeed.
In this edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at two books from Top Shelf Productions – Rivers and Better Place
The horrors depicted in the first issue of Maw are, depressingly, of this world.
The first issue of Arcane takes some big swings, like all decent first issues should, and some of them wind up connecting.
In which Heroes & Villains auteur E.A. Henson gets on a plane and ventures west to Sin City.