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
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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 [...]
This is the original Little Bunny Cthulhu as created by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt. It was the mascot for Cullen’s small press Undaunted Press. You can read about it here http://www.cullenbunn.com The follow up to it is that after Undaunted Press closed, I took over Horror-Web. At that time, Cullen and I discussed the [...]
When I was given this book to review, I was a little hesitant. Another vampire story? Aren’t there enough of those? But I like Cullen’s writing, so I decided to forge ahead. At least they weren’t sparkly vampires, right?
Charlie and Alex are forced to accompany their mom to a small town for summer vacation. Kids look forward to the end of school and spending three months playing with their friends without interruption. Instead they find themselves carted off to unfamiliar territory and surrounded by unfamiliar people. But instead of an uneventful and boring [...]
DC has always stood for Detective Comics. The series that defined the company. Batman was the man who made the hero world seem real. Superman always stood apart from humanity. But today DC seems to stand for Dark Comics. And I, for one, love it.
Showtime is currently developing The Damned by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt to be an ongoing series. Cullen and Brian have been trying to find a way to work The Damned’s next story arc into their schedule. The success of The Sixth Gun has been keeping them busy. But with both properties on their way [...]
Sometimes news breaks before it has a chance to break officially. This is one of those cases. There are like three people that don’t know about Comic Con this weekend. Comic scribe and prose author Cullen Bunn is out there doing multiple duty. He is newly exclusive as a Marvel writer (basically means he can’t [...]
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 [...]
Sinclair is the slick “hero” who, with his traveling buddy Billjohn, swoops in to rescue the damsel in distress Becky. Becky is the young woman whose Pa died thereby passing the “sixth” gun down to her. On the other side of the equation we have General Hume, the mostly dead coffin dweller that wields mystical [...]