Where Monsters Lie #1 Review

Where Monsters Lie #1 Review – Welcome to Wilmhurst, a gated community in the countryside where every psychotic slasher from your nightmares takes a little R&R in-between murder sprees. In Where Monsters Lie #1, we’re introduced to the murderous residents of Wilmhurst and get to see them in terrifying action. It’s a new grindhouse-style horror series with a dash of comedy, and it starts here! Continue reading Where Monsters Lie #1 Review

Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 Review

Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 Review – Brielle Brooks (AKA Blade’s Daughter) deals with school, her mom and, of course, vampires in Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1. It’s a mediocre start to the series with a couple bright spots throughout that give hope for future issues. Continue reading Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 Review

Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review

Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review – It’s Valentine’s Day and Harley Quinn (as well as other DC characters) have big plans! In Harley Quinn Romances #1, an 86 page anthology, romance is front and center. Unfortunately, as far as anthologies go, I wasn’t feeling the love with this one, though there are a couple bright spots throughout it. Continue reading Harley Quinn Romances #1 Review

‘Skinamarink’ – An experimental horror film that elicits more yawns than chills.

‘Skinamarink’ – An experimental horror film that elicits more yawns than chills. Two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished. Dive in a take a look at the review right HERE! Continue reading ‘Skinamarink’ – An experimental horror film that elicits more yawns than chills.

Lovesick #4 Review

Lovesick #4 Review – Jack, a mysterious figure from Domino’s past, makes a grand entrance in Lovesick #4, and amplifies all of Domino’s inner turmoil and self-doubt. We get a look into Domino’s origins as the book moves away from the Red Room to an even more grotesque world of high society dinners where cannibalism is the main attraction and Domino may be next on the menu. Continue reading Lovesick #4 Review

Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review

Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review – After the events of Catwoman #50, Punchline’s operations are in total disarray. Or are they? In Punchline: The Gotham Game #4, Roman Sionis (AKA Black Mask) attempts to gain control of the Gotham drug trade, pulling together the heads of all the Gotham crime families, as well as recruiting Tiger Shark and The Ventriloquist (along with Mr. Scarface) to assist in keeping the drugs flowing. But Punchline and her Royal Flush Gang aren’t going to give up control that easily, and Bluebird (AKA Harper Row) is also gunning for Punchline. Gothamites, clear the streets, there’s a Mexican standoff coming! Continue reading Punchline: The Gotham Game #4 Review

Harley Quinn #26 Review

Harley Quinn #26 Review – It’s Harley overload in Harley Quinn #26! Last issue, The Harley Who Laughs was revealed to be jumping across multiple Earths, killing Harleys on each one so she will ultimately be the last Harley alive in the multiverse. But our Harley and Old Lady Harley (who was accidentally transported to Earth-Prime) battled The Harley Who Laughs and smashed her multiversal transporter, causing Harleys from dozens of other Earths to suddenly appear on Earth-Prime. Now, all those Harleys are wreaking havoc across Gotham City and our Harley has to call in some old friends in a desperate attempt to save the city. Also, Kevin gives Harley some tough love! Batwoman gets ambushed by four violent Harleys! Victor Zsasz gets made up! And can I please get paid a dollar for every time I use the word “Harley” in this paragraph? I need a new car! No? Aw f*#@! Continue reading Harley Quinn #26 Review

The Vampire Slayer #10 Review

The Vampire Slayer #10 Review – Last issue, Willow rescued Buffy from being devoured by Hungrus, a Spider-Goddess who eats Slayers. But to destroy Hungrus, Willow let dark magic take hold of her, and the power has transformed her. In The Vampire Slayer #10, Willow comes to grips with her new reality-bending powers, taking stock of her friends and making a startling decision that will affect the lives of Buffy and everyone else close to Willow. Continue reading The Vampire Slayer #10 Review

Harley Quinn the Animated Series: Legion of Bats! #4 Review

Harley Quinn the Animated Series: Legion of Bats! #4 Review – Lady Marabunta (who controls a huge steampunk-style ant bot) does some dirty work for Black Mask in Harley Quinn the Animated Series: Legion of Bats! #4, and Harley Quinn and Batgirl are on the case! As Harley continues to secretly work with the Bat team to become a full-blown anti-hero, her main squeeze Poison Ivy is hanging out with an old flame. Will Ivy leave Harley for her ex? Will Harley go overboard interrogating Lady Marabunta? Also, King Shark and Clayface do their own investigation…of Harley! And Frank the giant talking Venus Flytrap gets a new suit??? Continue reading Harley Quinn the Animated Series: Legion of Bats! #4 Review

The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review

The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review – Mary Marvel continues carrying on the mantle of Shazam in The New Champion of Shazam! #4, which closes the mini-series with the resolution of Mary’s missing parents, as well as revealing the master villain who has been working in the shadows throughout the mini-series, wreaking havoc with Fawcett City and Mary herself. Continue reading The New Champion of Shazam! #4 Review

Danger Street #2 Review

Danger Street #2 Review – Danger Street #2 continues Tom King’s story with characters semi-obscure (The Creeper and Warlord) to characters that have been nearly totally forgotten (Lady Cop and The Dingbats of Danger Street) in a Watchmen-type story that explores the dark corners of the DC Universe, including Apokolips. It’s an attempt to give these forgotten characters a purpose in modern day DC Earth-Prime, and like last issue, it stumbles a lot along the way. Continue reading Danger Street #2 Review

WildC.A.T.s #3 Review

WildC.A.T.s #3 Review – The Halo Corporation has introduced their version of The Seven Soldiers of Victory, but Grifter, Zealot, Deathblow and Maxine are still on the front lines in WildC.A.T.s #3, coming into conflict with The Court of Owls while in the midst of a mission to protect a child who, if killed, would trigger a “Crisis”-level event. It’s an action-packed issue filled with swordplay, bullets and intrigue. Continue reading WildC.A.T.s #3 Review

Vampirella Versus Red Sonja #3 Review

Vampirella Versus Red Sonja #3 Review – Vampirella finds some allies amidst the multiversal heroes of the Dynamite Universe in Vampirella Versus Red Sonja #3. Meanwhile, as the Netherborn and its millions of demons swarm across the Earths of the multiverse, Red Sonja and a team of superheroes battle the Netherborn itself on one of the Earths. It’s an intense issue filled with superheroes, swordplay and H. P. Lovecraft-style cosmic horror.

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Lovesick #3 Review

Lovesick #3 Review – Domino finds herself on the defensive in Lovesick #3, as she comes under attack by The Bloodcels, a group of sadistic incels armed to the teeth and wanting nothing more than to take her out in the most agonizing and humiliating way possible. It’s another fantastic issue of a series that’s part erotic fantasy, part psychological horror and 100% disturbing in the best possible way. Continue reading Lovesick #3 Review

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles II #1 Review

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles II #1 Review – Casey Jones is obsessed with finding Shredder as April O’Neil cozies up to the Pink and Yellow Rangers in Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles II #1. Several TMNT villains have gone missing. Does Rita Repulsa have something to do with it? What are the mysterious portals Baxter Stockman is obsessed over? Will Raphael become a Power Ranger? And what startling transformation does Casey go through in his quest to find answers? Continue reading Mighty Morphin Power Rangers/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turles II #1 Review

Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise #2 Review

Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise #2 Review – Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise #2 continues the deep dive into Gnosticism, as Doctor Strange becomes involved in delivering the goddess Sophia’s baby in two different planes of reality, even as he’s embroiled in an attempt to remove the god Bythos from The Body Machine in the ancient city of Sanc Nistos. Are you lost yet? If you’ve ever wanted to know what an acid trip is like without actually taking acid, then dive into this book! Continue reading Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise #2 Review

Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review

Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review – Poison Ivy, the new leader of The Legion of Doom, is busy interviewing potential new members as Harley continues her exploits with the Bat Family in Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3. Mayor Joker (yes, on this Earth, The Joker is the Mayor of Gotham City) is kidnapped and held hostage! A lover from Ivy’s past shows up with a mysterious proposal! Harley takes on a new Bat-themed identity! All this, and Frank the giant talking Venus Flytrap too! Continue reading Harley Quinn The Animated Series: Legion of Bats #3 Review

Sweetie Candy Vigilante #3 Review

Sweetie Candy Vigilante #3 Review – For anyone who loved issues 1 and 2, Sweetie Candy Vigilante #3 delivers the goods yet again, giving not only her origin story, but also revealing her arch-nemesis. It’s all told by Candy Wolf, Sweetie’s sugar-addicted lycanthropic right-hand man, and it adds another layer to this wonderful series, which combines the pop-art sensibilities of an Archie Comic with the brutal bloody action of a grindhouse film and is endlessly imaginative. Continue reading Sweetie Candy Vigilante #3 Review

Leonide the Vampyr: A Christmas for Crows #1 Review

Leonide the Vampyr: A Christmas for Crows #1 Review – Leonide, the morbid young girl who’s also a soul-stealing vampire, returns in Leonide the Vampyr: A Christmas for Crows. And much like the last book in the series, Leonide the Vampyr: Miracle at Crow’s Head, this book drips with creepy atmosphere. Forget ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’, if you really want a deeply disturbing and creepy story that will appeal to both youngsters and adults, look no further than this book. Continue reading Leonide the Vampyr: A Christmas for Crows #1 Review