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She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #5 [Comic Review]

She Could Fly:The Lost Pilot #5 is a rare dud in what’s been an excellent series. It’s the second arc’s finale and it does have some stellar moments: characters you wouldn’t expect get to fly in ways ...

Buffy #7

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #7 Sets Up Dark Things for Willow

One of the very best things about Boom! Studios ground-up approach to revamping Buffy is that even though this technically takes us back to the general age and vibe of season one, any character can ap...

Over the Garden Wall: Hollow Town

Strange Things Are Afoot in Over the Garden Wall: Hollow Town

Let me start this off with a declaration: If you have not seen Over the Garden Wall, you need to stop what you’re doing and watch it. Immediately. Debuting in 2014, Over the Garden Wall aired on...

Horrifying Visions, Betrayal and Familiar Faces in Stranger Things: SIX #2

Y’all. Y’all! Things are really heating up in the new issue of Stranger Things: SIX. Just when I thought I couldn’t love this sinister prequel anymore we get a delightfully weird tri...

Low Road West Aims High, Lands in the Middle [Graphic Novel Review]

Low Road West opens with a fantasy I’m sure that many of us has had at one point or another: an unnamed character walking out of their job. In this graphic novel, it’s a bus driver responsible for tra...

Trout: The Hollowest Knock

Trout: The Hollowest Knock #1 is a Strange Trip Into the Supernatural [Comic Review]

From Dark Horse Comics comes Trout: The Hollowest Knock, a charmingly bizarre piece of nautical fiction. The book follows Giuseppe, whose turnip factory is burned down by the townsfolk of Upton who bl...

Regular Show: 25 Years Later

The Adventure Continues in Regular Show: 25 Years Later

In 2010, back when Cartoon Network still aired decent shows, J. G. Quintel’s Regular Show debuted and was a hit with a wide range of viewers for it’s design, slapstick-esque comedy and it&...

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #3 [Review]

She Could Fly: The Lost Pilot #3 takes the reader and Luna into new territory: a first date. What started shakily last issue has developed into a fledgling relationship. Luna has a boyfriend. She and ...

Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others #2 [Review]

Beasts of Burden: The Presence of Others #2 opens with the monster. It’s not clear what the monster is exactly, but it’s clearly terrifying. It seems as though it’s some kind of spirit, inhabiting the...

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