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.
It’s a double dose of Dark Horse comics this week, as E.A. Henson looks at Killer Queens #1 and previews Malika: Warrior Queen Volume 1.
Will English Hollyhock colour the world world of E.A. Henson? That and more in this week’s edition of Heroes & Villains.
What if E.A. Henson had a jam-packed edition of Heroes & Villains? You’re about to find out!
This week E.A. Henson looks at the promising Superman: Son of Kal-El and previews the upcoming horror anthology, Grimm Tales From The Cave.
E.A Henson looks at the vile vitriol that met the release of Masters of the Universe: Revelations.
The Lock & Key Keyhouse Compendium collects all six volumes of the Lock & Key series in one pelvis-shattering, easy to lug around volume.
E.A Henson shares his thoughts on Black Widow, the first MCU film in two years.
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.