Jason takes on the spotlight smashing through a whole new batch of victims in Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981).
GLX reviews the fifth and final issue of The Light.
GLX reviews DV8: Gods and Monsters #5.
Eli Katz reviews the second issue of this crime comic set in New Orleans.
Author of The Night Angel trilogy, Brent Weeks brings us a new world and new cast of characters to fall in love with in his new trilogy. The Black Prism might be more high fantasy than the sword and sorcery style of Night Angel, but it doesn't skimp on the action.
After a brief hiatus, e_galston returns with another Better Late Than Never Review. Titan Comic's first Torchwood issue is reviewed.
Dragavon had the pick for new comics shipping August 11th and he selected Thor: The Mighty Avenger #3 by Roger Langridge and Chris Samnee.
Green Lantern: Emerald Warriors #1 is the latest addition to the Green Lantern family of books. Before long, it could be the best! Click to find out why!
Starro's down, but his herald, the Faceless Hunter is not. Can anyone stop the behemoth he unleashes in Starrozilla?!
Starro is here! With only Batman, B'wana Beast, Captain Marvel, and Firestorm. Oh plus some dude named Booster Gold might help too.
Vampires, Hulks and Birds, oh my!
A triple shot of reviews of Sean McKeever comics are in this week's Spinrack: Retro Reviews; and yes, they all happen to be Tsunami titles. Just like the last edition of The Spinrack: Retro Reviews.
With the 30th anniversary of the original 1980 horror classic. Greg and Zechs look back at the film and in the coming weeks every other Friday the 13th film and comic book adaptations of the series. A thirteen part column on every Friday starting on Friday the 13th of August until October 29 (the weekend of Halloween. Yeah how could we resist that?)
The much-anticipated MORNING GLORIES #1 has been published by Image Comics, and Royal Nonesuch takes a look!
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