Hell & Gone feels incredibly organic and also like something of a missing chapter for both titles nailing the tone of each series perfectly.
One pop culture horror title hosts a genre-making and beloved dark fantasy series in a new comic book crossover that serves as a frightfully wonderful tribute to both literary institutions.
Johnny Boo and the Silly Blizzard is one of those “fun for all ages!” books that definitely made something click in E.A. Hensons’s brain.
Pearl Jam: Art of Do The Evolution is a 200-page, full-colour hardcover art book that shows the making of the music video for Pearl Jam’s Grammy-nominated hit
E.A. Henson looks at James Kolchalka’s Monkey Vs Robot: The Complete Epic and Joe Hill Martin Simmonds’ Dying Is Easy.
The Last Ronin feels very much like a continuation of the original Mirage Comics TMNT books.
Uncle Highlander says that Voyage to the Stars is a great book for fans of the podcast, but might be hard to penetrate for readers unfamiliar with its backstory.
This week our E.A. Henson looks at Mr. Butterchips – A Collection of Cantankerous Commentary and
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Urban Legends #26.
E.A. Henson considers the state of DC comics and shares a rave for Canto II: The Hollow Men.
This week’s Read This Book has multiple books for you to check out – The Department of Truth, Canto II: The Hollow Men, and We Only Find Them When They’re Dead.
In this edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks at the upcoming Canto and the Clockwork Fairies and mulls over the fate of the DC Universe app.
IDW’s The Kill Lock takes an old premise and injects fresh new life into it.