Influential illustrator Richard Corben draws a modern take on two classic Edgar Allan Poe stories.
I went scouring through the stacks to find something…well, different than the capes, cowls and masks that I usually read. I stumbled upon J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell’s Danger Girl.
Death is a cowboy, looking to dish out blood-soaked vengeance on all those that crossed him.
Williamson and Henderson continue their sadistic story of serial murder and dismemberment eloquently, allowing readers to meet the man behind the book’s title at the start of the story.
Warren Ellis’ latest starts slow with a solid concept… Let’s just hope the story kicks in soon.
I headed back down to Alabama with Image’s latest offering from Southern Bastards. The team of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour continue their brooding depiction of life in a dark part of the south in #2, with the action centering around Earl Tubbs.
Coffee and comics synergy, at its finest.
Bruce Wayne has always been Batman’s mask, but what happens when keeping the mask on becomes too much for our hero?
If you are in the same mindset as I am then you are humming in your head some AC/DC, but this takes it to a much cooler realm. From Marvel Comics we get a TBP full to the brim with greatness in Peter Parker Spider-man: Back in Black.
DC Comics readers have been frustrated with the delay on Forever Evil #7 (myself included) and you know what…it was TOTALLY worth the wait! I said in a past review of the first few issues that this was going to be one of the GREATEST stories ever told and I think I was right!
We all know the origin of Superman, right? As Krypton is about to explode Jor-El sends his only son in a rocket bound for Earth, it crashes in a corn field in Kansas. What happens if the rocket carrying the Man of Steel to our planet crashed in Russia?
Image Comics’ Nailbiter is a promising new horror thriller.
Image Comics’ Southern Bastards is a dirty, violent trip down South, worth taking.
With all the hype around Star Wars I thought it would be appropriate to share a book that we all thought was a shoe in for the next trilogy, Star Wars- The Dark Empire Trilogy was published by Dark Horse Comics.
The Valiant Universe RPG, published by Catalyst Game Labs and set for release on July 5th, is a role-playing experience set in the Valiant comic book universe with pre-constructed scenarios based on established story arcs. Leading up to its launch, Catalyst has announced its Digital Initiative – a digital-first rollout featuring quick-start rules and select…