Rai (2019-) #7 Review

Rai’s hero journey gets more complex as he himself is forced to learn the nuances of interpersonal ' . relationships.

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..

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.

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.

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.

Shadowman (2020) #1 Review

There is more to the sudden appearance of murderous demons, especially when they really don’t want to be here in the first place, and Shadowman is right in the middle of it all.

The Picture of Everything Else #2 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.

Home Sick Pilots #3 Review

Like 2001's Thirteen Ghosts, but better...way better. Home Sick Pilots is a must-read supernatural horror tale with some serious attitude.
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Crossover #1 Review

Demanding to be read, Crossover is a passionately penned love letter to comics. This well-crafted first issue is compelling and should not be missed.

Fear Case #3 Review

Fear Case is a mystery with characters worth caring about. As the nightmarish tale nears the end of the arc, everything matters, and no one is safe.