A pop-culturally significant story, and a writer/artist’s early footing in comic book publishing gets a wonderfully oversized hardcover treatment.
From Serpentor to Madman, comic history and classic sci-if, here’s a pot pourri of books that are well worth considering for the comic and/or pop culture fan in your life
What if ghosts and hauntings were just part of our everyday life? If everywhere you looked or lived, we’d be sharing space with the undead.
Take a look at Earthdivers, the new IDW comic from horror author Stephen Graham Jones.
Fast food nation has something new on the menu: alongside burger and fries, how about some satanic cult to wash your thirst for action, intrigue and horror?
Surfside Girls follows best friends Sam and Jade as they solve supernatural mysteries in their sleepy California beach town.
Dark Spaces: Wildfire artist Hayden Sherman talks about their work on the new book, their inspirations, and more.
In an exclusive interview with BBP’s Andy Burns, Scott Bryan Wilson and Liana Kangas talks about their new series, TRVE KVLT.
E.A. Henson celebrates the IDW era of Transformers, one that offered a surprising amount of nuance to the lore.
E.A. Henson has some great gift ideas for comic fans, along with an advance look at Blood On Sunset from Source Point Press.
It’s another spooktacular edition of Heroes & Villains, this time taking you into the developmental hell of Untold Horror, along with a collected edition of Scarenthood.
It’s a whole lot of horror in Heroes & Villains this week as E.A. Henson looks at the new horror anthology AFTERDARK and the Transformers: Halloween Special.