Marie Gilbert observes ‘The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window’.
Cross To Bear is a riveting story for those that are fascinated by stories of murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, the Crusades or the history of America’s Old West frontier.
A Batman classic, perfect reading for the spooky season, gets reissued today in a handsome new hardcover deluxe edition!
The greatest era of paperback cover images is brought to glorious life along with fond remembrance in The Art of Pulp Fiction: An Illustrated History of Vintage Fiction.
Mystery and murder, everywhere! Everyone’s favourite board game of their youth is back in comic book format with a brand new miniseries affectionately titled: Clue: Candlestick!
There’s always room in my comic book reading pile for new works from writer and illustrator, Jeff Lemire.
Arrow Video recently dropped its limited edition Blu-ray/DVD of Dario Argento’s second feature, Cat O’Nine Tails.
There’s time! There’s time! You still have time! I know: you’re looking to buy that perfect, mid-priced, comic book collection for a friend or loved one as a gift for … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Comic Book Collections Part 2
October 1967. Fifty years ago. That’s when Strange Adventures #205 hit newsstands across North America. It was DC Comics’ first science fiction monthly comic book and it told tales featuring … Continue reading Rising Again From The Grave Is “Deadman #1” On The Wednesday Run
Since the summer of 2016, acclaimed writer Jeff Lemire and fan favourite artist Dean Ormston have been crafting a monthly superhero story full of mystery, dread, heart and heartbreak. Here … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: The Wednesday Run Goes Criminal With “Sherlock Frankenstein & The Legion Of Evil #1”
I used to spend the summers of my youth playing board games with the other kids on the street. Inside the living room or outside on the backyard patio, single … Continue reading Solve A Classic Murder In “Clue #1” On The Wednesday Run
I was offered a chance to read and review a novel written by Edwin Herbert. The write-up that his publicist sent was quite intriguing and something that was definitely up … Continue reading Gilbert Reviews Edwin Herbert’s Historical Mystery: ‘Mythos Christos’