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.
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!
E.A Henson looks at the vile vitriol that met the release of Masters of the Universe: Revelations.
E.A Henson shares his thoughts on Black Widow, the first MCU film in two years.
Things get supernatural in Heroes & Villains with looks at An Unkindness of Ravens from BOOM! Studios and Aftershock Comics’s Out of Body.
In a Heroes & Villains exclusive, E.A. Henson talks to Alex Schumacher about his ongoing series, Mr. Butterchips.
In this week’s edition of Heroes and Villains, E.A. Henson serves up a trio of tasty food themed comics to explore.
Steve De La Mare’s AL15 The Adventure Begins is an ambitious book that takes big swings at world building with lush, gorgeous artwork.
Darling has fantastic flourishes in both the art and dialog department that set it apart from similar tales