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Archie Comics Review: Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina #1

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Robert Hack Remember Sabrina Spellman? Archie Andrews friend from Greendale who lived with her Aunts Hilda & Zelda & pet cat Salem? She was an orphan with platinum blonde hair & a boyfriend named Harvey. Her [...]

October 13, 2014 Reviews
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Small Press Sunday: Horror Spotlight

After a short hiatus, Small Press Sunday is back. One of our first goals here at Comic Booked is to strengthen our relationships with the small press publishers. We do that by offering them an opportunity to show off their [...]

August 31, 2014 Features
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Trailer: Annabelle

I remember watching The Conjuring the week that it was released in theaters. I also remember that it was not really all that scary… Except for that frickin’ doll. A ceramic doll named Annabelle that was possessed and caused evil [...]

July 18, 2014 Movies and TV
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Fiction Friday: “Stone Mask Girl” by Jeff Hill

“Stone Mask Girl” Short Story by Jeff Hill   A haunted house in the middle of a small college town is the setting for a brutal death on a hot summer night. The kids around the neighborhood all say that [...]

June 6, 2014 Features
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Stir the Pot Saturday: More Stephen King Comics

In this week's Stir the Pot Saturday column, Comic Booked asks you to pick a Stephen King creation for comic book adaptation. [...]

March 22, 2014 Features
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Tara Normal on Kickstarter

Tara Normal started off as a web comic and now it is time for it to be a full graphic novel.   We here at Comic Booked reviewed Tara Normal #1 and it was quite a fun ride.  Tara Normal doesn’t [...]

October 1, 2013 Reviews
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Stir the Pot Saturday: Week 28

Welcome back, everyone!  Just a quick reminder of what our goal for each and every Saturday is:  Stirring the pot is the act of causing trouble for the sake of your own amusement.  So we here at Comic Booked would [...]

July 13, 2013 Reviews
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Zenescope Through The Looking Glass – Sela Twice UNLEASHED!

Zenescope has given its fans a variety of fun things to celebrate this week! We have two new releases, as well as a sneak preview of the next Sleepy Hollow, and of course UNLEASHED – a comic book event done [...]

January 19, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Alice in Wonderland TPB

This week sees the release of Alice in Wonderland from Zenescope Entertainment. While this book has been previously published as a hardback, this release gives you the chance to get your sweaty mitts on the trade paperback version. This story [...]

January 10, 2013 Reviews
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The Waking Dreams End

“The hit series that redefines the zombie genre returns! Years have passed since the events of The Waking took place. Murder has become practically extinct in a world armed with the knowledge that those who are murdered will return from the dead [...]

December 15, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Grimm Fairy Tales – 2012 Holiday Edition

It’s that time of year again, yes, already! It’s the holiday season where we are treated to all manner of festive treats. This year the good people at Zenescope have pulled out all the stops to entertain those of us [...]

December 5, 2012 Reviews
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Monocyte – Halloween Horror At Its Best

I’m one of those guys that takes my horror seriously. I love a good horror story. What people don’t realize is that it doesn’t take blood and gore to make a great horror story. It doesn’t have to scare the [...]

November 1, 2012 Reviews
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A Special Halloween Q&A With Horror Master Steve Niles

In the mind of Comic Booked’s staff, nothing screams Halloween like 30 Days of Night horror writer Steve Niles. After a mad rush that finished with his LUST Kickstarter and three new comic books out, Steve took some time to [...]

October 31, 2012 Reviews
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Silent Hill: Revelation Review

There’s a sword fight between Pyramid Head and another monster.  No, I’m not kidding.  Silent Hill: Revelation (3D) eschews any sense of pacing, subtly, or even horror, managing the seemingly impossible task of taking forever to make, while being farted [...]

October 31, 2012 Movies and TV
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Moranic Reviews: Identity Thief

Sometimes, when you’re in search for something new and different, it can be a hard task, especially when you travel to your local comic shop and see pretty much clones of the same thing over and over. Trying to find [...]

October 6, 2012 Reviews