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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

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 Reviews
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, Reviews
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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 Reviews
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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 Reviews
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IDW Turns 13!

Congratulations to IDW Publishing on thirteen years of publishing some of the best books on comics shelves today! Thirteen Years and Stronger Than Ever! IDW Publishing rings in its teen years with a string of successes San Diego, CA (May [...]

May 18, 2012 Reviews
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Comic Review: “Frankenstein Alive, Alive! #1”

One of the year’s most highly-anticipated new comic series, Frankenstein, Alive, Alive! from master of horror Steve Niles, Bernie Wrightson, and IDW Publishing debuted this week. This title was on practically everyone’s pull lists and was also recommended by nearly [...]

May 11, 2012 Reviews
Aaron Eckhart will star as Adam in I, Frankenstein.

New Images of Aaron Eckhart From I, Frankenstein

Ever since Aaron Eckhart had his face burned off in a fiery blaze in The Dark Knight, he quickly rose on lists of “Preferred Actor” of comic book fans everywhere. His turn as Two-Face was as intense as it was [...]

April 18, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Things Start to Come Together in Broken Pieces #2

Science as god, or technotheism, is one of the many reoccurring themes in science-fiction. That’s one of the story lines explored in Broken Pieces, a limited five-issue comic book series published by Aspen Comics. Here’s the set-up: Broken Pieces #1, [...]

February 25, 2012 Reviews
IDW

IDW, Wrightson, and Niles Forge Frankenstein Alive, Alive!

IDW Publishing announces an all-new horror series with acclaimed creators Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson. FRANKENSTEIN ALIVE, ALIVE will launch in 2012, picking up right where Mary Shelley’s classic tale ends. This all-new series extends the horror classic. “This is [...]

November 7, 2011 Reviews
Check out what Jason Aaron has in store for Wolverine & The X-Men

Things To Come – Wolverine And The X-Men

Today is a landmark day, ushering in the first issue of the newest X-title, Wolverine & The X-Men. If you haven’t heard, Cyclops and Wolverine have had a falling out due to events in Schism, prompting Wolverine to gather a [...]

October 27, 2011 Reviews
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DC’s Edge Comics Get Dark

In what had to be the biggest group of creators in one panel, DC had writers or artists from eleven different comics on stage at NYCC. Writer Scott Snyder (Swamp Thing, American Vampire), still can’t believe he’s working on the [...]

October 15, 2011 Reviews
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Review: Frankenstein, Agent of SHADE #2

This series is exactly the sort of thing that I want from a line-wide relaunch of DC Comics.  It’s weird, it’s crazy, and if you asked me a few months ago, I never would have thought that such a book [...]

October 13, 2011 Reviews
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The New 52 Bullet Reviews: Week 2

This past Wednesday marked week two of DC Comics’ ‘New 52′ relaunch! The relaunch, which will be taking place all throughout the month of September, is essentially a complete reboot of the entire DC Universe. Each week this month DC [...]

September 20, 2011 Reviews