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31 Days of Horror Presents Heroes & Villains: Count Crowley, DC Ghosts

This week’s Heroes & Villains features Count Crowley: Reluctant Midnight Monster Hunter, a new Dark Horse book from actor David Dastmalchian

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Everything

Heroes & Villains Highlights Debut Issues of ‘Everything’ and ‘Going to the Chapel’

This week, Heroes & Villains with E.A. Henson highlights two debut issues – ‘Everything’ from Berger Books, and ‘Going To The Chapel’ from Action Labs.

Bite Into The Sweet Fruit That Is ‘Snow, Glass, Apples’ On The Wednesday Run

In what is surely one of the most beautifully sumptuous graphic novels that you’ve ever laid eyes on, ‘Snow, Glass, Apples’ revisits the Snow White fairy tale in an entirely new, and unabashedly adult, way!

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All Manor Of Dark Mystery In ‘Manor Black #1’ On The Wednesday Run

From the creators of one of this writer’s fave comics of the last decade (Harrow County) comes a new miniseries full of darkness, mystery and sorcery – prepare yourself for Manor Black!

Black Hammer Justice League

Swing the ‘Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer Of Justice #1’ On The Wednesday Run

Two comic book publishers unite to bring together two heroic superhero teams with an unprecedented miniseries that could only be called: Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice!

Black Hammer Justice League

Heroes & Villains: E.A. Henson Turns 40, Reads Black Hammer/Justice League, Ghosted in L.A.

In this week’s Heroes & Villains, E.A. Hensons ruminates on turning 40 and reads first issues of Black Hammer/Justice League and Ghosted in L.A..

The Week In Horror: ‘Friday the 13th’ Dead in Every Media

In the end, it wasn’t fire, drowning, or demons that killed Jason Voorhees. It was lawyers. Tim Murr mourns the end of a franchise in ‘The Week in Horror.’

May You Cast A Wondrous ‘Moonshadow: The Definitive Ed. H/C’ On The Wednesday Run

A fairy tale for grown-ups. The beloved, genre-breaking story for the mid 1980’s, is finally collected in a beautiful and definitive hardcover edition for both old and new readers alike!