Haha #1 Review

A series that demands to be read, Haha is dark, depraved, and humorous. This first issue is as thought-provoking and unsettling as it is entertaining; don't miss it.

Home Sick Pilots #2 Review

Home Sick Pilots continues to impress. Now that the stage has been successfully set, I'm eager to step further into darkness contained within the Old Jame House.

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #7 Review

A stunning conclusion to what has been a hellacious ride, Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 teems with breathtaking artwork and evocative writing. More than just the last chapter of an epic tale, the final moments of Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 speaks directly to readers and promises a bright future for DC and for readers. 
Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last 52: War of the Multiverses (2020-) #1

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last 52: War of the Multiverses (2020-) #1 Review

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Last 52: War of the Multiverses (2020-) #1 is a fine precursor to Dark Nights: Death Metal #7 and will leave readers eager to see how this war for the multiverse ends.

The Picture of Everything Else #1 Review

A blood-stained love letter to Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Everything Else immerses readers into the dark undercurrent that pulsed beneath the most well-known literary works of the Victorian era. A masterwork of modern Horror and a must-read series, The Picture of Everything Else is not to be missed.

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Secret Origin (2020-) #1

For those invested in DNDM, Dark Nights: Death Metal The Secret Origin (2020-) #1 is a necessary issue that adds to the overall reading experience.
Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #6

Dark Nights: Death Metal (2020-) #6 Review

Dark Nights: Death Metal #6 hits hard while moving at an impressive pace, managing to gain additional momentum as it heads toward what promises to be an epic conclusion.
Home Sick Pilots #1

Home Sick Pilots #1 Review

A haunted house story unlike any other, Home Sick Pilots is a dark and humorous tale with some serious attitude.

Monstress: Talk Stories #1 (of 2) Review

An intimate portrait of a beloved character that has all the charm and more of the intimacy of the main series. Lovely and heartfelt. I could not have asked for more.

I Walk With Monsters #1: Vault Comic Book Review

A hair-raising debut that leaves readers wanting more, I Walk With Monsters #1 is a well-crafted introduction to what very well may be your new favorite horror series.