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Bliss #4 Review: Theres No Other Comic Like It Maybe Ever

Bliss #4 Review: There's No Other Comic Like It, Maybe Ever

With Bliss #4, writer Sean Lewis and artist Caitlin Yarsky continue their story about man versus gods that is, at its core, about man versus himself. After three poetic, beautifully illustrated issues that shake at the pillars of what comics as a medium can be, this fourth issue takes this saga of drugs, murder, corruption, and rot to […]

Heavy #2 Review: The Odd Allure of a Psychopath

Heavy #2 Review: The Odd Allure of a Psychopath

Heavy #2 continues writer Max Bemis, and artist Eryk Donovan's unique depiction of a dead man named Bill tasked with becoming a Heavy, an assassin who travels through alternate realities to punish the worst versions of people in those realities. The first issue ended with Bill paired up with someone who he'd rather see obliterated from existence. […]

One Piece: Viz Media Celebrates 1000th Chapter with Free Chapters

One Piece: Viz Media Celebrates 1,000th Chapter with Free Chapters

One Piece is approaching a very special and impressive milestone —1,000 chapters of the manga! After more than 20 years of continuous weekly serialization, the manga will hit its 1,000th chapter very soon. Of course, Viz Media is going to celebrate this historic occasion! Eiichiro Oda premiered his goofy pirate adventure manga back in 1997. It […]

The Scumbag #1 Review: An Original &#038 Disgusting Origin Story

The Scumbag #1 Review: An Original & Disgusting Origin Story

The Scumbag #1 puts its tagline right under the logo, so readers know what they're getting. "The world's fate rests with the worst person on it." Worst seems like a lot to live up to for this new book's lead character by writer Rick Remender, artist Lewis LaRosa, colorist Moreno Dinisio, letterer Rus Wooton, and designer Erika Schnatz. Let's see how […]

Mondo Celebrates Halloween With Two Peanuts Prints Available Tomorrow

Mondo Celebrates Halloween With Two Peanuts Prints Available Tomorrow

Mondo is continuing their Peanuts print series with two awesome prints of panels from the strips Halloween comics. Featuring the art of Charles Schulz himself, each print will be limited to only 150 copies and carry a price tag of $45. They will ship to those lucky few to get them in December. I can […]

Michael Myers Gets A Kids Book With The Legend Of Halloween Retelling

Michael Myers Gets A Kids Book With The Legend Of Halloween Retelling

Halloween fans have wanted this for so long. Michael Myers story told in the style of a kid's book. And it is real, finally! Coming in 2021, director of the current trilogy of Halloween films David Gordon Green has teamed up with writer/artist Onur Tukel for The Legend of Halloween, a kid's style retelling of […]

NXT Halloween Havoc Scares Up More Viewers Than Regular AEW Dynamite

NXT Halloween Havoc Scares Up More Viewers Than Regular AEW Dynamite

In what is, without a doubt, the happiest day of The Chadster's entire life, WWE NXT drew more viewers last night for a special Halloween Havoc episode than AEW Dynamite drew for a regular episode of Dynamite. It was a huge night for NXT as they returned not only to the top 50 cable shows, […]

Life is Strange: Partners in Time #1 Review: A Perfect Introduction

Life is Strange: Partners in Time #1 Review: A Perfect Introduction

The Life is Strange comics by writer Emma Vieceli and artist Claudia Leonardi have received major praise from press and fans of the game, but how does this new series, Life is Strange: Partners in Time, act as an introduction to the series for comics readers who haven't played the game? Starting off with a concise and easy-to-follow […]

Inkblot #2 Review: More Cat Would Go A Long Way

Inkblot #2 Review: More Cat Would Go A Long Way

Inkblot #2 sees penciller/colorist Emma Kubert and inker/writer Rusty Gladd remove their lead character, the eponymous cat Inkblot, from the storyline introduced in the first issue, sending it off for an adventure with elves and a dragon. How does this adventure turn out for the lovable cat? The more Inkblot focuses on the cat, the stronger the series […]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #18 Review: Willow Returns

Buffy the Vampire Slayer #18 Review: Willow Returns

BOOM! Studios reboot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer follows up their enjoyable seventeenth issue, which focused on Wesley Wyndam-Pryce, with a reunion issue. In #18, writers Jordie Bellaire and Jeremy Lambert bring Willow back into the fold. Is it worth the read for longtime Buffy fans? This time, Willow leaves her awesome solo series (which hasn't wrapped up yet) to […]

A Man Among Ye #3 Review: Anne Bonny Forms a Crew

A Man Among Ye #3 Review: Anne Bonny Forms a Crew

A Man Among Ye #3 continues the Image Comics/Top Cow-published historical-fiction pirate comic by writer Stephanie Phillips, artist Craig Cermak, colorist John Kalisz, and letterer Troy Peteri. The first two issues blended fact and thrilling fiction in this gripping tale of Anne Bonny, Calico Jack Rackham, and Mary Read. Can this third issue of A Man Among Ye keep up this […]

Blumhouse Amazon Detail New Welcome To The Blumhouse Films

Blumhouse, Amazon Detail New Welcome To The Blumhouse Films

Blumhouse and Amazon announced the next four films from their collaboration Welcome To The Blumhouse today during the company's BlumFest 2020 event. Featuring diverse casts, new voices, and original concepts, these films have already been a huge hit for the Prime Service, and it looks like it will continue for the foreseeable future. Like the […]

Legion Of Super-Heroes #10 Review: Overcompensates

Legion Of Super-Heroes #10 Review: Overcompensates

Have you ever hidden something so you could come back later to use it yourself? Legion Of Super-Heroes #10 shows that a superstar creator laid his own groundwork for a large scale threat, somehow not noticing how it undercuts his earlier work's success. As well, with an attempt to overcome the decompressed legacy of the […]

BlumFest 2020: John Ridley Directing A Paranormal Film For Blumhouse

BlumFest 2020: John Ridley Directing A Paranormal Film For Blumhouse

Director John Ridley will direct a new untitled paranormal film for Blumhouse; it was announced this afternoon. Jason Blum joined the director for a small chat moderated by Jacqueline Coley about the film during today's BlumFest 2020, and there is rightfully some excitement behind the project. Based on the recently published Truly*Adventurous article, Project Poltergeist, written […]

Giga #1 Review: A Well-Conceived Sci-Fi Comic That Trusts the Reader

Giga #1 Review: A Well-Conceived Sci-Fi Comic That Trusts the Reader

Vault Comics has a new #1 hitting the streets with Giga, a story about humanity after a world-changing war between robots known as "Giga." Let's get it. For those interested in mecha and futuristic sci-fi, Giga #1 will satisfy in every way. For those hoping to read an interesting and well-rounded story, Alex Paknadel's story more than […]

Halloween Kills Footage Debuts During BlumFest 2020 Trailer Is Here

Halloween Kills Footage Debuts During BlumFest 2020, Trailer Is Here!

BlumFest 2020 was in full swing today, with the online horror event from Blumhouse making announcements and debuting footage from upcoming projects. None more anticipated than the first real footage from Halloween Kills, the second in the new trilogy of films from Blumhouse and Universal. When we last left Michael Myers, he was burning alive […]

Chu #4 Review: Saffrons Prequel is Every Bit As Good As Chew

Chu #4 Review: Saffron's Prequel is Every Bit As Good As Chew

Chu #4 continues John Layman and Dan Boultwood's excellent prequel to Layman and Rob Guillory's Chew. For three issues, the series has alluded to events in Chew while creating its own crime caper of a story, pitting Saffron unwillingly against Tony. Chu continues to be one of the best reads every month, with a story that will work both for fans […]

Insidious 5 Is A Go From Blumhouse &#038 Sony Patrick Wilson Directing

Insidious 5 Is A Go From Blumhouse & Sony, Patrick Wilson Directing

Announced this afternoon during BlumFest 2020, Insidious 5 is on the way. The new film "will pick up with the Lamberts ten years after the last movie, as Dalton begins college." This will be a direct sequel to the first two Insidious films after two spin-off films hit theaters. Star Patrick Wilson will make his […]

Star Wars: George Lucas Planned Similar Fate for Luke in Episode VIII

Star Wars: George Lucas Planned Similar Fate for Luke in Episode VIII

For those for a happier ending for the original protagonist of the Star Wars franchise in Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) had creator George Lucas had his way, you'd be sadly mistaken. In Episode VIII, which in the current Disney/Lucasfilm canon is The Last Jedi (2017), the Jedi master astral projected himself at the end of […]

Dave Bautista Has Got Some Bad News for President Donald Trump

Dave Bautista Has Got Some Bad News for President Donald Trump

WWE star Dave Bautista stole a page from his former WWE colleague Wade Barrett when he took to Twitter to deliver some "bad news" to fellow WWE Hall-of-Famer and President of the United States, Donald Trump. According to Bautista, a surrogate for Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden, Trump's presidency will be coming to an end […]