This is not your parents Fables.
This week’s iZombie doesn’t care about the main mystery, instead they’re perfectly content to put all of that effort in to developing the interpersonal relationships.
Even Cowgirls Get the Black and Blues has all the melancholy of a slow country song.
iZombie gets high class this week.
“Time heals all wounds…”
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s Preacher TV series casts its namesake.
Judgement is upon us in the world of Bodies, and each of the four detectives finally finds clarity.
Dillon meets the werewolf in a mall in St. Louis, but will it be his last shot?
Getting closer to the end of Vertigo’s Bodies, but they’re still keeping their answers bottled up.
Scars are tattoos with better stories, and Mason’s takes the cake. Find out more in Wolf Moon #3 by Vertigo.
Bodies is back to poke at your brain and ask, can the victim really be the perpetrator?
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.
Vertigo’s exciting new horror series, Wolf Moon, is about a hunter chasing an ever changing monster.
The British detectives are back for another shot at solving the murder that spans time, and they’re getting some much needed help from the one-eyed man.
This is really happening, you guys!