It's like Pacific Rim with teenagers instead of robots.
Two Jasons sounds like a bad 90's song, but hear they sing a different Song of the South. A review of Southern Bastards Vol. 1.
Twilight Zone meets The Hills Have Eyes in a short but sweet terror filled excursion to an abandoned nuclear test facility.
Imperial and Mark bond in the desert and Mark learns a little bit about great power and great responsibility (all without losing an uncle!).
70s Japanese television series… er… rebooted for the 21st Century.
Add a teaspoon of Norse, a cup of nature and a heaping helping of sci-fi. Mix well and enjoy!
Legends have a way of creating themselves.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are masters of Crime Fiction. The Fade Out does not disappoint.
Will Scott Snyder's newest series cast a spell on its readers?
Space-Western-Murder-Mystery. Read it.
A review of the new horror series by Archie Comics.
Fialkov and Chamberlain's crude and clever commentary is back.
James Harvey delivers an unconventional horror book where the monster is societal pressure to look gorgeous!!!
Coop and Elle go on the run and do drugs and go on the run some more.
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