REVIEW: Bliss #4 continues Caitlin Yarsky and Sean Lewis's morality play of a comic, taking the narrative to new, staggering heights.
REVIEW: Heavy #2 from Max Bemis & Eryk Donovan skillfully puts the reader in Bill's shoes as he's swept up in the charm of a psychopath.
One Piece is approaching a very special and impressive milestone —1,000 chapters of the manga! After more than 20 years of continuous weekly
REVIEW: The Scumbag #1 from Rick Remender and Lewis LaRosa might make you sick to your stomach as it offers a hyper-original origin story.
You may not see The Great Pumpkin on TV this year, but Mondo has your Peanuts Halloween fix on sale tomorrow.
The kid's book you always wanted is here: the story of Michael Myers in The Legend Of Halloween coming 2021.
The Chadster's sex life is back on track after WWE NXT finally got a victory in the ratings over AEW Dynamite, baby!
REVIEW: Life is Strange: Partners in Time #1 is a perfect introduction even for comics readers who have never played the game.
REVIEW: Inkblot #2 sends the series' amazingly designed cat off on a new adventure, but the non-feline characters are less than compelling.
REVIEW: Buffy the Vampire Slayer #18 sees Willow rejoins the fold, but this issue will do nothing but make readers miss the original BtVS.
REVIEW: A Man Among Ye #3 sees writer Stephanie Phillips & artist Craig Cermak blend fact and fiction to create a gripping Anne Bonny comic.
BlumFest 2020 saw the next four Welcome To The Blumhouse films announced by the studio for Amazon. They debut on Prime Video in 2021.
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
BlumFest 2020 saw the announcement of a new John Ridley project coming from the director and Blumhouse, and hopefully soon.
REVIEW: Giga #1 is a well-conceived sci-fi debut from Alex Paknadel & John Lė that offers something too rare: trust in the reader.