The original bestselling Man-eaters creative team—New York Times bestselling thriller writer Chelsea Cain, Lia Miternique, and Kate Niemczyk—are reuniting
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Credit: Hawkins' Twitter Hawkins, who has previously funded much of his work on Kickstarter, is making a name for himself in indie comics, with new titles coming from Second Sight Publishing with Leave on the Light, a horror/slasher comic, and Zenescope Entertainment with Darkwatchers This collaboration with Scout comes at a time when the company is making[...]
REVIEW: I Walk With Monsters #1 spends a lot of time on the lead's trauma without developing her as a character first, leaving no way in.
AWA Studios’ Upshot imprint has steadily published the most solid lineup of genre comics since it started early last year, but for our money, Bad Mother
Redemption #1 is a fun, violent start to a feminist Science Fiction Spaghetti Western starring a grizzled old lady gunslinger.
REVIEW: Frank at Home On The Farm #1 is an effective debut that delivers creeping, lasting terror with haunting, unconventional art.
REVIEW: Shadow Service #4, an urban fantasy comic from Vault, fleshes out its supporting cast with an emotional (and disgusting) flashback.
REVIEW: The Autumnal #3 feels like Stephen King by way of Ari Aster as Daniel Kraus & Chris Shehan bring the horror into terrifying focus.
AWA Studios’ Upshot Studios releases E-Ratic #1 on December 2nd, and today, they revealed a preview of the book’s variant covers. The official synopsis
REVIEW: Concrete Jungle #1 from Sheldon Allen delivers a harsh, unforgiving portrait of a corrupt cop in a gritty, sci-fi world.
Liana Kangas's Kickstarter comic TRVE KVLT is drawing praise from creators such as Vita Ayala, Cliff Chiang, Alex Segura, & Erica Schultz.
REVIEW: Conspiracy: Planet X sees Goldbergs writer Adam F. Goldberg & Hans Rodionoff tie multiple conspiracies together to horrific effect.
AJ Lieberman speaks on Graveyard Wars from Ablaze, which will be adapted for the screen by John Wick director Chad Stahleski.
Veteran comics creator Ron Randall continues the decades-spanning tale of Mercy St. Clair with Trekker: Hunter's Moon.
Scout Comics has signed a new trade paperback distribution deal with Simon & Schuster, with publisher Charlie Stickney teasing future news.