Helheim combines the idea of Frankenstein, witches and Vikings into one wild story as told by Cullen Bunn and Joelle Jones. For more, follow the LINK
Archive for the ‘Comics’ Category
Constantine has long been a favorite comic character of mine. Many of you may hear the name and think of Keanu Reeves, and while that wasn’t a”great” movie, it was great because it was a movie of Constantine. Check out the review of the first comic arc HERE
Dark Shadows has broken into the comic medium with a quality series. Nice to see Barnabus as he was meant to be. Check out the review at the LINK
Lot 13 from DC comics is the latest from writer Steve Niles and artist Glenn Fabry. This 5 issue series follows a family of 5 as they move from their small apartment into a new house. With a small detour along the way. Detours are rarely positive in any sort of horror oriented story. To [...]
Deadworld has been a zombie comic series for 25 some odd years. I was excited to get this series. I haven’t delved into the Dead World series before now. No real reason for it, I have always been partial to horror comics and zombies.
In 2005 the Marvel Ultimate Universe unleashed an awesome story that turned into a franchise. Reed Richards found an alternate dimension with zombies and brought the Zombie Fantastic Four to a secure facility in the Baxter Building. But as these things go, it turned into a bad idea. Even a zombie Reed Richards is smart [...]
Wolverine. Yes, you read that right. The latest comic issue of Wolverine is being reviewed here. Why? I could go through a variety of reasons for it being reviewed, but there is one overwhelming reason. Cullen Bunn is the new series writer for Wolverine. Still I hear you asking why that makes it eligible for [...]
Following on the heels of their wildly popular hit Infestation (where IDW sent zombies to Star Trek, Ghostbusters, G.I. Joe and Transformers) they decided to do an interim series called Outbreak which was the lead in to Infestation 2. This time around the Elder Gods of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos are invading the IDW worlds. [...]
The story of the Sixth Gun continues much the way it started. Intriguing, riveting and with a pervasive creepiness that manages to infect even the most innocent of moments. Within these pages you get a sense that nothing is sacred. Cullen will never shy away from turning over the rotting logs to see what creepy [...]
Continuing the Infestation weekly event that IDW launched, Act 2 (as I call it) has been fully released now. Act 2 is G.I. Joe #1 & #2, Ghostbusters #1  and the conclusion event Infestation #2. Act 1 was the launch event Infestation #1, Transformers #1 & #2 and Star Trek #1 & #2.