What do you get when you mix meddling kids, flashlights, spooky hauntings, age-old secrets and social media likes? A supernatural mystery for our times, that’s what!
Adapted by Ryan North and Albert Monteys for Boom! Studios, Slaughterhouse-Five is a wonderful homage to the late, great Kurt Vonnegut.
In ‘Rise of the Deadman,’ Chad Dundas has encapsulated the Undertaker’s 28-year-long story arc and the result is the perfect Halloween treat for WWE fans.
I am a child of the 1970s, and like owning a vinyl copy of Frampton Comes Alive!, an Evel Knievel stunt set, and a Farrah Fawcett poster – being a … Continue reading The Sacred Scrolls – Your Key to the Planet of the Apes Comics
Time travel, we have learned, is not an exact science. There are paradoxes within paradoxes that can throw a monkey wrench, no pun intended, into the works. On last week’s … Continue reading 12 Monkeys S01 E06: The Red Forest
Comics. Movies. Pop culture. “You know, it’s a pretty amazing planet we live on here and a man would have to be some kind of fool to think that there … Continue reading Don’t Miss Out On The Big Trouble In Little China #1 On The Wednesday Run
Steampunk. I don’t think I’ve gotten a good handle on this particular pop-culture world or its increasing popularity over recent years. Still, I do love its visual aesthetic: Victorian era … Continue reading Rush To Grab Clockwork Angels #1 On The Wednesday Run–March 19, 2014
We only asked two questions this year of the companies, artists and creators that made up San Diego Comic Con 2013. Biff Bam Pop took a cross section of the … Continue reading SDCC 2013 Roundup – Companies, Creators and More Talk!
In last week’s edition of The Comic Stop, I raved about the first issue of the new ongoing Peanuts comic book from KABOOM! You can read all about it here, … Continue reading The Comic Stop Exclusive Interview: It’s Peanuts Creative Team Shane Houghton & Matt Whitlock, Charlie Brown!
The first edition of The Comic Stop for 2012 features two comics that couldn’t be further apart. One is a crime noir/horror story that opens up the door to a … Continue reading Fatale from Brubaker and the return of Good Ole’ Charlie Brown highlight The Comic Stop for Thursday, January 5th 2012
All this week, Biff Bam Pop’s various writers will drop by with their thoughts on the best of the year when it comes to tv, music, movies, comics and more. … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Best of 2011 – Batman, The Boys, Severed and More Great Comic Reads
A comic book that started off in print and then moved online? Isn’t it usually the other way around? Typically yes, but there’s very little that’s typical about legendary comic … Continue reading The Comic Stop Exclusive – Andy Burns Talks To Dracula: The Company of Monsters’ Kurt Busiek