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Review – Gideon Falls Issues 1 & 2

I grew up collecting comics. At at time when they were barely an afterthought I championed the positive impact they could have on our youth if treated like the fables they were written to represent. T...

Review – Boom Studios’ The Woods #1 (2014)

I could go on at great lengths about how I’ve found Boom’s library of titles to be consistently impressive. Their Hellraiser titles have singlehandedly elevated Barker’s mythology, bringing it back fr...

Ash and the Army of Darkness #1-5: All the Boomsticky You’ve Missed So Far!

The Evil Dead franchise has had its fair share of spin-offs, especially in the form of graphic novels. From the original Dark Horse film adaptation to the Dynamite produced series, Ash has transitione...

Review – An Aurora Grimeon Story: Will O’ The Wisp

Will O’ The Wisp in a lot of regards is a book hard to categorize. With elements of horror and dark fantasy along with some decidedly young adult themes, the Aurora Grimeon book stands apart from many...

Review – Hellraiser: The Dark Watch #12

For those of you following Boom’s Hellraiser line of comics, many familiar characters in the Barkerverse have changed significantly since the mythology was revisited. Both Kirsty Cotton and Harry D’am...

Review – The Wake #1

So, we’re jumping on board a little late with this title, BUT I’ve heard nothing but good things about this series and thought we needed to devote a little time to it. Doctor Archer, a mar...

Review – Clive Barker’s The Next Testament #1

I have a been a big fan of the recent Hellraiser series of comics from Boom! and was eager to dig into the new series from Barker and co-writer Mark Miller, The Next Testament. Say what you will about...

Review – The Walking Dead 110

Folks might find the latest installment of the insanely popular book a little antepenultimate, BUT the book is ramping up to major events. Kal is still on the fence about his thoughts on The Saviors a...

Review – Hellraiser #17

Issue 17 of Clive Barker’s Hellraiser sees the hit series from Boom Studios reaching a fever pitch as the story arc builds to an epic crescendo. Hell has come to earth as Pinhead/Elliot Spencer&...

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