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Revival #30 Review

30 issues in and Revival #30 looks to be going strong. That said, there are a few changes in tone and general presentation here that may be a cause of concern. Not least of all because the title seems to be prolonging itself a little too much… The official description from Image: After the devastating […]

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BEYOND BELIEF #1 Review

Beyond Belief #1 is an odd book. As a comic, it’s easy with a simple plot. Yet it’s charms lie in the novetly of its humor. It’s not in-depth reading, but its not lacking either. The official description from Image: Based on the hit Nerdist podcast! It’s time to send the little ones to dream […]

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Abe Sapien #21 Review

Can our protagonist stand up to yet another vile threat? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: The villain takes center stage as south Texas’s necromancy problem is revealed, and Sebastián Fiumara gives Geof Darrow a run for his money. Things get complicated in this action opus! The creative team has […]

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Revival #28 Review

Revival #28 is, for me, a strong return to form. It brings back many of the elements unique to this series, such as it’s strong themes and central characters. Yet, at the same time, I’ve been fooled before. The official descrpition from Image: Dana’s quest for revenge leads her to a massive conspiracy. Em deals […]

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Lady Demon #2 Review

Is this a case of good or bad Chaos? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Too many questions and not enough answers. That’s the situation Violet Sparks finds herself in. Everyone she ever cared for is dead and to make matters worse she’s inhabited by a vicious demon that desperately wants […]

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Vampirella #9 Review

Does the latest issue have some bite to it? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: In “The Dragon Chariot”, the third chapter in “The Accursed” story arc, fresh outbreak of the dreaded ‘black rabies’-a plague that turns those who suffer from it into raving homicidal maniacs-sends Vampirella and The Kabal’s top […]

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Sinergy #4 Review

Sinergy #4 feels like it should be ramping up rather than setting a stage but it’s all in good monster loving fun. The official description from Image: Jess’s monster lover returns professing love, but she senses a trap, not romance, as the seers prepare themselves for the inevitable monster invasion! Issue #3 of Sinergy‘s five-part […]

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Revival #27 Review

Revival #27 takes a step back from the wider storyline and hones in one some strong, character-driven developments. After New York and some larger developments, it’s good to remember who the main cast are and, well, why they’re important in the first place. The official description from Image: Em and May continue their search for […]

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Wayward #5 Review

There are so many excellent releases this week, so should you still bother with Wayward? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: SUPERNATURAL SENSATION! The first story arc ends. Revelation and sacrifice. Oh what an issue! The creative team continues to fire on all cylinders in an indie comic that deserves a […]

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BEETLEJUICE 2, Need We Say More?

It’s been 27 years but who cares? The world is almost ready for a sequel to Beetlejuice! While on the road promoting his next feature, Big Eyes, which looks pretty awesome, Tim Burton sat down with Coming Soon for a chat. During the talk he revealed the status of his terror who, back in the […]

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HELLBOY AND THE B.P.R.D. #1 Review

Does the world, then and now, need the B.P.R.D.? Read on to find out. The official description from Dark Horse: A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something […]

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Dawn/Vampirella #2 Review

Do fans really need this mini in their collection? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: In “The Silver Tongue & The Golden Rose,” Vampirella and Dawn – captured by the nefarious demon Masodik – must spin one beguiling tale after another in order to stay alive. Dawn blurs the lines of […]

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Revival #25 Review

Well, we’re 25 issues in and I still don’t know what’s going on. Revival #25 offers few answers, a little more mystery and, for the most part, still manages to be enjoyable and entertaining to read. How does that work? The official description from Image: More bodies are piling up as Dana questions who she […]

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Vampirella #6 Review

Did this end on the right note? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: In “Total Eclipse of the Heart”, the final chapter in the “Our Lady of Shadows” story arc, Vampirella must battle the King of the Nosferatu- the oldest vampire in existence-if she wants to keep the demonic Lady Umbra […]

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Wayward #3 Review

Can this property hold onto its growing audience? Does it deserve to? Read on to find out. The official description from Image: IMAGE COMICS’ NEW SUPERNATURAL SENSATION! More students with strange abilities, more creatures emerging from the shadows…Rori can see patterns pulling it all together, but can she discover the secret beneath before it’s too […]

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Cutter #4 Review

Will Jeremy unravel this mystery? Read on to find out. The official description from Top Cow: CUTTER: Issues 1-4, weekly throughout October! What if that kid you and your friends picked on in your youth came back with a vengeance…to kill you and your friends? That dark guilt-ridden fear is at the core of CUTTER, […]

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Vampirella Annual: Prelude to Shadows Review

Is this a welcome addition or unnecessary distraction? Read on to find out. The official description from Dynamite: Before Vampirella was marked by the Cult of Chaos as a living sacrifice to Lady Umbra, Queen of Shadows, she worked as an field operative for Cestus Dei, the Vatican’s version of MI-6. In this one-shot, set […]

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Revival #24 Review

Revival #24 is an issue that brings up many problems with the series. It’s exciting and engaging, but I don’t know why. For every new thing it introduces, there’s another plot element that feels like it’s going stagnant, even when it’s on screen. As I’ve said before, this series runs the risk of pulling itself […]

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Cutter #3 Review

Is this mystery/horror fitting reading material for this Halloween? Read on to find out. The official description from Top Cow: CUTTER: Issues 1-4, weekly throughout October! What if that kid you and your friends picked on in your youth came back with a vengeance…to kill you and your friends? That dark guilt-ridden fear is at […]

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