The Week in Horror remembers composer Krysztof Penderecki and has news on a new season of Castlevania.
With the end of the decade nigh, our E.A. Henson takes on the task of listing off some comics from the 2010s that he really liked.
Heroes and Villains goes full October with looks at The Batman’s Grave and Secrets of Sinister House from DC.
This week’s edition of Heroes & Villains raves about TASCHEN’s The Stan Lee Story + more.
Going back to school is the actual stuff of nightmares, as E.A. Henson looks at Bully Wars from Image Comics, along with Warren Ellis’ Cemetery Beach.
In today’s column I will be taking a look at the first two volumes of Injection by one of my favourite writers, Warren Ellis, as well as some titles from Zenescope, Dark Horse and Boom Studios.
“Even here in sleepy old Cefalu. The Trees affect everything. The way we behave. The way money moves around. The things we believe.” Trees vol 1: In Shadow (issues 1-8) … Continue reading Richard Kirwin plants a review of Trees Volume 1
Another week, another re-launch for DC Comics. We’ve been down this road with the publishing company a number of times over the last few years, haven’t we? For us readers, … Continue reading Chase The Tempest With “The Wild Storm #1” On The Wednesday Run
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for … Continue reading The GAR! Podcast: Listener Feedback
I think it may be a little like life, in many regards. Politics begins to mean something important later in life for many of us. Sure, there are the few … Continue reading Future Politics, Present Day With ABSOLUTE TRANSMETROPOLITAN VOL. 1
Ah, our dystopian future. How very fascinating you are! It’s not a stretch to say that, right now, we’re all fairly interested in the end of days. Just take a … Continue reading Inject Yourself Into Injection #1 On The Wednesday Run
BALLISTIC, 2013’s gonzo dysmorphic sci-fi headtrip by Adam Egypt Mortimer and Darick Robertson, has been republished in a handy-dandy easy-to-carry collected edition by Black Mask Studios. If you missed it the first time around, now’s your chance to pick it up. And you should. You really, REALLY should.