Aleister & Adolf Review: Mysticism and History

Aleister & Adolf Tackles a Dark Time Perfectly By Art Macias Contributing Reviewer This month, Dark Horse Comics released the graphic novel Aleister & Adolf, a book from the minds of Douglas Rushkoff and Michael Avon Oeming. A tale that begins in the jaded here and now of our modern tech age and journeys back…Read moreRead more

Cave Carson has a Cybernetic Eye #1 Review: Strangely Amazing

Cave Carson is back… wait, who? You’ll see By Nolan P. Smith When DC Comics announced their Young Animal imprint, spearheaded by My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way, I was more than excited for it. Way’s Umbrella Academy comic book series was fantastic, so I was ready for more books from Way. Cave Carson has a…Read moreRead more

Douglas Rushkoff to Release Occult Graphic Novel “Aleister & Adolf”

Douglas Rushkoff Brings a War Torn Occult Adventure to Dark Horse (By Staff Reports) This fall, Dark Horse Books is set to publish a perception-altering narrative from media maverick Douglas Rushkoff: Aleister & Adolf! In Aleister & Adolf, media theorist and documentarian Douglas Rushkoff weaves a mind-bending tale of iconography and mysticism, set against the…Read moreRead more

Hellboy Winter Special Review: Winter Wonder Hell

Review by Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—Mike Mignola’s iconic paranormal investigator, Hellboy, has been through hell, literally. The demon with the right hand of doom has become a staple in not only the world of comics, but also on the silver screen with two blockbuster films. With the winter season comes a treat for all,…Read moreRead more

Michael Avon Oeming’s Oemnibus Review: Life Is But A Dream

By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Guest Reviewer (Victor Valley)– Michael Oeming has long been a fixture at Image Comics. Having created titles such as Powers and The Mice Templar, he has earned a large and passionate fan base across the comic spectrum. Because of his amazing tenure with Image, and his loyal following, he has been…Read moreRead more

The Victories #5 Review- It’s All Down to This

Review by Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation Writer: Michael Avon Oeming Artist: Michael Avon Oeming Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Website: www.darkhorse.com This series has been building to a boiling point, and with the last few issues it’s been going at light speed. Now, with the big finale for this mini series, how does Oeming’s The Victories…Read moreRead more

The World Collapses in December's BlackAcre from Image Comics

This is how we exist when the world goes to…you know. BlackAcre, a new series from Image Comics, shows what happens with the world indeed implodes from a variety of factors, and how life changes drastically. The book is already garnering much respect from the comic creator community, which is huge for a new writer…Read moreRead more

Chopping Block Review: The Victories #3

Review by Nolan P. Smith-Pastrami Nation Writer: Michael Avon Oeming Artist: Michael Avon Oeming Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Website: www.darkhorse.com I have been saying it all year: Michael Avon Oeming’s The Victories was going to be HUGE! I mean, look at what Oeming has done already: Powers, Hammer of the Gods, Bastard Samurai to name…Read moreRead more

Chopping Block Review: The Victories #1

Review by Nolan P. Smith- Pastrami Nation Writer: Michael Avon Oeming Artist: Michael Avon Oeming Release Date: August 15th, 2012 Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Website: www.darkhorse.com Michael Avon Oeming is one those comic book creators that grabs your attention right from the get go. I own much of his works, from his crazy popular Powers,…Read moreRead more

Oeming's The Victories Trailer!

Who doesn’t love a good anti-hero? Check out the trailer for Michael Avon Oeming’s (of Powers fame) The Victories, which hits stores August 15th from Dark Horse Comics. I have been hyped up for this one from the very start, and the cover art was actually one of the FIRST posts I did here on…Read moreRead more

Prime Cut Preview-The Victories #1

Dark Horse Comics graciously sent me an advance look at The Victories #1, which hits stores this August. What did I think of it? I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone, so I will give you some general impressions of how this book is turning out. I can sum it up in one word:…Read moreRead more