We had a wicked good time in Beantown this past weekend at the 2015 Boston Comic Con.
Things are getting bloody in Buckaroo as new information is brought to light.
The crazy bus driver is threatening to cleanse the youth of Buckaroo, but will Crane and Finch make it just in time to see the bus fly by?
Buckaroo, OR is filled to the brim with the dirty minds of the wretched. Mr. Crowe thinks it’s time for a bath in Image Comic’s Nailbiter #9.
You’ll never guess who made my list of ten series you should be reading. Ok well you probably could, but you should click this anyway.
Nailbiter #8 might bee the creepiest offering from this series yet, as Finch learns about buzz and Crane wishes the Nailbiter never was.
Image Comics release Nailbiter #7 has Brian Michael Bendis heading to Buckaroo to research serial killers, but he ends up biting off more than he can chew.
Joshua Williamson sheds some light on the process behind his series Nailbiter, as well as what can be expected next in this tale of serial killers from the beaver state.
Having panels every day of the convention, a large booth near the center of the floor and getting some of the hottest creators in comics releasing stories with them, it’s clear that Image Comic’s I is truly for Impressive.
Nailbiter #6 from Image Comics asks if a baby is born in Buckaroo, Oregon is it doomed to a life of murder and mayhem?
Have you ever wanted to taste human blood?
Nailbiter #4 continues its gruesome tale about serial killers, and has a cliffhanger ending that’ll leave fans chomping at the bit.
Nailbiter #3 continues creeping people out with the story about serial killers from Oregon.
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.
Image Comics’ Nailbiter is a promising new horror thriller.