Aliens: Dead Orbit #1

Aliens: Dead Orbit #1

Aliens: Dead Orbit comes straight from the hands of a comic book god. No bullshit, buy this book and you will not be sorry

Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1

Baltimore: The Red Kingdom #1

If you’ve been reading along, then you’ll be glad to hear this may be the best arc yet. Baltimore: The Red Kingdom is the real deal

Hellboy Winter Special 2017

Hellboy Winter Special 2017

Be warned though, you’re likely to get hooked, and if not Hellboy, then certainly on one of these talented contributors

Slayer: Repentless #1

Slayer: Repentless #1

For what it’s worth, Dark Horse has always pushed high quality books while embracing the horror genre, and this book fits neatly in that lineup

Dept. H Volume 1: Pressure

Dept. H Volume 1: Pressure

Dept. H Volume 1’s greatest of its many achievements, is how it tells the story and conveys character through a perfect marriage of writing, art and colour. This is not a novel propped up by art, nor illustration peppered with speech balloons. This is an expert juggling of three different art forms to convey a singular story

Black Hammer Giant Sized Annual #1

Black Hammer Giant Sized Annual #1

You’ll be hard pressed to find a favorite story here without admitting that they work best as a collection. By the last page the tale is as complete as it can be, but your love of Black Hammer will only increase

Advance Review: Herman Melville’s Moby Dick

Advance Review: Herman Melville’s Moby Dick

Although it may be true that nothing can surpass the experience of reading the original novel, this comic book adaptation sacrifices almost none of what made the novel so glorious. If anything it creates an all-new experience, and one that is absolutely superior to what’s been done on film

Rise of the Black Flame #5

Rise of the Black Flame #5

…The twists, connections, hints and clues [in BLACK FLAME] are intriguing enough to keep old and new readers engaged for a long time to come