Saturday 28th May 2016,
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Browsing the "Frankenstein" Tag


ExMortis #1-4: Comic Book Gold

I’ve been diving into ExMortis, a gritty B&W comic with historical fiction and monster goodness. ExMortis is written by The Williams Brothers (Pete & Paul Williams), adapted by Andi Ewington, with art by Raymund Bermundez. Raymund Bermundez is a fantastic [...]

April 12, 2016 Features, Small Press

Shocktoberfest #6: Frankenstein

Today’s monster is one of my personal favorites. Ever since I was a child, I’ve been fascinated by the story of Dr. Victor Frankenstein and his monster. What sets the mythology of Frankenstein apart from everything else we’ve covered so [...]

October 6, 2014 Features

Baturday: Batman Eternal #7, Forever Evil #7, and more!

Forever Evil has ended.  Batman survived.  (Yay!)  But that doesn’t mean his life isn’t completely in shambles.  This was a HUGE week for not only DC Comics, but Bat-fans especially.  And how about that new Batman/Superman movie title?  So, without [...]

May 24, 2014 Features
Monster & Madman

Review: Monster & Madman – Spoiled

A full review of Monster & Madman #1 from Image comics, written by Steve Niles with amazing artwork by Damian Worm. Get your info on Comic Booked! [...]

March 19, 2014 ZDONOTUSE
Robot Chicken Super Hero Funeral

The Die Lie

This week marks the twentieth anniversary of The Death of Superman, who was killed while heroically selling three million issues of his comic book. Just a few months later he was back—in fact, four of him were back—because that’s what [...]

November 20, 2012 Features, ZDONOTUSE
Bill Siekiewicz

Comic Revolt with David Gillette: The Artist Spotlight

This week’s Comic Revolt takes a look at game-changing artists in the medium of comic books. Let’s face it. Without the artists, we would have no comics. Since there is an incredible number of artists that have or continue to [...]

October 4, 2012 Features

Moranic Reviews- Igor: Occult Detective #1

215ink seems to have cornered the comic market with eccentric new takes on familiar genres.  Igor: Occult Detective feels like Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein meets, Sherlock Holmes with a dash of H.P Lovecraft thrown in.  It’s a great combination, especially for [...]

September 3, 2012 Features

New 52 Review: Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. #1

The new DCU rolls along and we finally get the monster himself! Frankenstein has always been a fun character, being able to bridge the gap from campy and over-the-top, to dark and creepy. I love characters like Frank, because the [...]

September 16, 2011 Features
Frankenstein & The Creatures of the Unknown Pic

Frankenstein: Monster Mash-Ups and Comics

Frankenstein’s Monster first appeared in Mary Shelley’s famous novel almost two hundred years ago, though you wouldn’t know it to look at the shelves in your local comic store. Appearing simultaneously in books tying in to two major comic crossovers [...]

July 17, 2011 Features

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