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’
Murder! Mystery! Danger! And teenage sleuths! But these aren’t the teenage sleuths you thought you knew. No, we all remember reading the investigative exploits of amateur detectives Nancy Drew and … Continue reading 21st Century Noir Meets ‘Nancy Drew & The Hardy Boys: The Big Lie #1’ On The Wednesday Run
In October, 2014, a tourist visiting Yellowknife disappeared. Atsumi Yoshikubo seemed like a typical Japanese vacationer, visiting for the majestic creaking pines and the ethereal beauty of the northern lights. … Continue reading ‘The Missing Tourist’: Coming To Canada To Disappear