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Fatale #6

Review: Fatale #6

Historically speaking, the 1970s are sometimes regarded as the crash of the 60s.  The gains made in the civil rights movement and the euphoric sense amongst anti-war protesters that they could change the world with peace, love, and understanding gave [...]

July 5, 2012 DO NOT USE
Night of 1,000 Wolves #2

Review: Night of 1,000 Wolves #2

For the first issue, I didn’t have many kind things to say about Night of 1,000 Wolves, on account of the characters being nonexistent, the plotting less than that, and the horror being of the cheaply-done haunted house variety.  On [...]

June 17, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Moranic Reviews- Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter

Viper Comics has been expanding their comic output by releasing exclusive digital only comic stories.   The company has always been innovative in terms of marketing and producing their books. I’ve been a fan of Viper comics ever since they debuted [...]

June 16, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Own It! with Yenny- The Killing Jar

A 200+ page comic book series based on a feature length movie script written by Justin Zimmerman, a nationally recognized filmmaker and professor… How much better can I make The Killing Jar sound? Well, artist Russell Brown penciled and inked [...]

May 26, 2012 DO NOT USE
Night of 1000 Wolves #1

Review: Night of 1,000 Wolves #1

(Written by Bobby Curnow, Art by Dave Wachter, Published by IDW) Where Brubaker and Phillips’ Fatale shows how horror comics can be done right, it’s only fitting that along comes an IDW title to serve as a nice little counterpoint.  [...]

May 12, 2012 DO NOT USE
Fatale #5

Review: Fatale #5

(Written by Ed Brubaker, Drawn by Sean Phillips, Published by Image) It’s kind of appropriate that Brubaker and Phillips set their crime-horror comic Fatale in the ’50s.  A lot of the elements in the series resemble the classic pulp influence [...]

May 11, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Moranic Reviews- Helldorado #1

What happens when you mix the traditional western with Kung Fu, Asian Vampires, and more gore than an entire season of Walking Dead? You get the original comic series Helldorado, published by Ape Entertainment. It’s the brainchild of Ape CEO [...]

May 9, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Dan Braun Gets Comic Booked

Creepy Quarterly #8 hit the shelves earlier this month and I have the opportunity to ask editor and contributor, Dan Braun, about the latest release.  There’s also a follow up to this week’s podcast interview with Dan from the 2011 [...]

April 12, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Podcast Preview – Interview with Dan Braun

This podcast, now available, might not have happened if I hadn’t unearthed an external hard drive thought lost.  After having recorded this interview at the 2011 New York Comic Con while in the middle of moving to a new home, [...]

April 11, 2012 DO NOT USE
Frustrated Steve Niles

Looking For That Big Break? Steve Niles Needs A Serious Artist!

Steve Niles. Not only a champion for creator-owned comics but also one of the top writers in the comic and literary world today. It’s no secret that I have a love for all of Niles’ work. Now Niles has made [...]

March 25, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Podcast Preview – Walking Dead Season Two Wrap Up

Available now in our weekly podcast: The Walking Dead season 2 finale review and season wrap up. The prison, a mysterious sword-wielding stranger and lots and lots of zombies. This and more was in the season two finale of the [...]

March 21, 2012 Features
Crossed Badlands #5 wrap cover

Big “Crossed: Badlands” Cover Art Preview Extravaganza

In case you didn’t know, March 14th is “C-Day.” What’s C-Day? I’m glad you asked. C-Day marks the kickoff of the first arc, from Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows, of the new Crossed: Badlands series from our friends at Avatar [...]

February 15, 2012 DO NOT USE
Written by Brandon Easton with art by Scott Kester

Review: Shadowlaw from Arcana

Arcana Studios is really building up their standing in the comic book industry as of late. They have a multitude of titles that appeal to all types of readers, like the sadistic horror tale Lucas, to the World War 2 [...]

February 13, 2012 DO NOT USE
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Steve Niles and Menton3 Team-Up for The Nosferatu Wars

Horror comic fans prepare for what is sure to be one of the most highly anticipated titles of the year.  Last Thursday acclaimed horror master Steve Niles announced via his social networking feeds that he will be writing a new [...]

January 17, 2012 DO NOT USE
For Zombies

Introducing For Zombies

Enjoy comedy? How about zombies? How about zombidies? Sure, there’s Shaun of the Dead.  As enjoyable as it was, it lacked, in my opinion, a crucial element of the zombie comedy – recognizable zombie characters.  Enter For Zombies, a YouTube [...]

January 14, 2012 Features

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