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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...

B.P.R.D. The Devil You Know #2 Brings More Delightful Mayhem and Mishaps

B.P.R.D. The Devil You Know revolves around the immediate aftermath of the apocalypse caused by the familiar Lovecraftian monsters. Luckily, they were stopped by the B.P.R.D., but unfortunately there ...

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: Slayer Repentless Is A Heavy Metal Tale Based On Songs From The Legendary Band Of The Same Name

Slayer Repentless is a three-issue miniseries inspired by legendary thrash-metal band Slayer, who have been rocking stages for over thirty years at this point, and particularly their latest album, Rep...

Hellboy: An Assortment of Horrors Is A Fantastic Anthology Collection For Diehard And Casual Fans Alike

Hellboy: An Assortment of Horrors is a prose anthology consisting of a written word collection of 16 different stories from various authors who are lending their own twist to the Hellboy universe. Aut...

Comic Review: Dead Inside Volume 1 Is A Gritty Collection With A Hardboiled, Dragnet Vibe

Dead Inside Volume 1 is a collection of the first five issues of the titular series, which revolves around Linda Caruso, a former beat cop who finds herself in the Jail Crimes Division after encourage...

I am Hero Omnibus Vol 4

Comic Review: I Am A Hero Omnibus Volume 4 Is A Truly Terrifying Horror Manga

I Am A Hero Omnibus Volume 4 is a horror manga that revolves around Hideo Suzuki, a 35-year-old manga artist. Hideo’s life is unfulfilling, he has no future job prospects (he is stuck with a low...

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...

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