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Swimming in Darkness

Swimming in Darkness is a Chilling Esoteric Thriller [Graphic Novel Review]

Swimming in Darkness is the debut work of Lucas Harari, a student of decorative arts with a special interest in printed works. Before Swimming in Darkness, Harari reportedly self-published fanzines an...

Pumpkinhead

Comic Review: Pumpkinhead #1 is the Sequel You’ve Been Waiting For

Full disclosure, Pumpkinhead has long been one of my favorite horror movies, dating back to childhood. It’s something that I immediately gravitated to because of the jaw-droppingly horrific monster de...

Comic Review: Psycho Pass Volume 3 Answers Some Burning Questions, While Also Leading Readers Further Down The Rabbit Hole

Psycho- Pass is a Japanese manga series that takes place in the next century of human existence. In this new imagination of our future, humans are guaranteed a society without crime, at the cost of be...

Comic Review: H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories Is A Wonderful Adaptation

H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories is a manga adaption, by Gou Tanabe, of three of H.P. Lovecraft’s short stories, namely The Temple, The Hound, and The Nameless City. The Temple...

Comic Review: Harrow County Issue #24 Pits Friends Against Each Other In Spite Of The Real Evil At Play Elsewhere

The Harrow County comic book series revolves around a small southern town that is plagued by magic and disturbing paranormal activity. As Harrow County Issue #24 begins, Emmy and Bernice have a showdo...

Comic Review: Predator Hunters Issue #2 Brings More Predator Magic

The Predators of the beloved comic and movie franchise are back in the thrilling new series Predator Hunters, from Dark Horse Comics. The series revolves around a team of humans who are tired of Preda...

Comic Review: Joe Golem: Occult Detective The Outer Dark #1 Hits The Ground Running

Joe Golem: Occult Detective The Outer Dark #1 takes place two years after the events of Joe Golem and the Drowning City, in which Joe saved the Drowning City from an undead takeover and defeated a chi...

Comic Review: Harrow County Volume 5: Abandoned

Harrow County is a horror-drama comic book series that revolves around a small southern town and its residents, who are plagued by supernatural forces. This new volume, Abandoned, focuses on a monster...

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Advance Review: Spell on Wheels

First, before I say anything, hats off to Dark Horse Comics for putting so many women together on a project like Spell on Wheels. Kate Leth, Jen Bartel, and Ming Doyle are powerhouses who I already lo...

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