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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #9 Review

Can the gang stop Andrew before he charges up this slayer hating monster? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: The Sunnydale homecoming becomes less than fun as Buffy, Spike, and Willow realize that Andrew is in over his head with the Vampyr rules book and a terrible plan, and the […]

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 #8 Review

What will happen when the gang returns to Sunnydale? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: A Halloween issue spectacular takes Buffy and crew back to Sunnydale as they follow the stolen Vampyr book, finding a massive magical party at the Hellmouth—and a demon devouring revelers! It’s Halloween season, and though […]

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Dark Horse Presents #29 Review

There are a few trends to point out in this month’s Dark Horse Presents. Of the ten stories in this issue, six of them have creators pulling double duty as both writer and artist, so, in theory, we’re getting a lot of exceptionally pure artistic visions, coming straight from the brain to the page, and from […]

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Dark Horse Presents #28 Review

If you’re a fan of classic anthology shows like The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, or Alfred Hitchcock Presents, then Dark Horse Presents is the book for you. If you’re not a fan of those shows, then you’ve probably never watched them. Comics’ favorite anthology is back with its twenty-eighth issue. Here’s the official description: Read a new tale, written and illustrated […]

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Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher #2 Review

Richard Corben‘s two-part adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe‘s The Fall of the House of Usher concludes this month. While just as unsettling as the first half, some creepy elements (freaky nudity) are played down and others (incest) are emphasized. Corben also continues to include story elements from another Poe story, “The Oval Portrait.” Here’s the official description of […]

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Creepy #12 Review

Just in time for the warm summer weather, a new installment of Creepy is here to give you the chills. If, like me, you’re new to the series, you might not know that the first volume of Creepy ran from 1964 to 1983. The current series continues it’s predecessor’s tradition of having a narrator, Uncle Creepy, introduce each segment. His family also […]

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