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.

The Department of Truth #1 Review

Conspiracy theories abound, and maybe aren’t so funny these days, but The Department of Truth is a solid reality bending thriller that charmingly twists the reader’s mind.

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.

Origins #1 Review

Origins is more than a typical post-apocalypse survival battle. The grim resilience of the hero is compelling and not at all assured of success. A very promising start.

Ultramega by James Harren #1 Review

James Harren's Ultramega promises to be much more than a mere monster-of-the-week beat 'em up book, as there's great depth of story that, when teamed with the inherent horror and excitement common in kaiju tales, makes for a refreshing read. Do not miss out.

Bill & Ted Are Doomed #1 Review

Bill & Ted Are Doomed is everything it needs to be: perfectly charming and never too serious, fitting well into the beloved franchise with welcomed callbacks to familiar characters.

Shadecraft #1 Review

High school is bad enough when the jocks and the mean girls hate you, but it gets worse when even the shadows want you dead.

Norse Mythology #1 Review

Norse Mythology feels a little too like an introductory primer about the subject matter rather than much of a story, but ends with a hint at more, particularly with respect to Loki and his scheming..
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.

Kick-Ass Vs. Hit-Girl #1 (of 5) Review

It’s not a Kick-Ass or Hit-Girl comic without a head lopping or two, and this meet up delivers while barely warmed up. Come for the carnage, stay for more carnage.