Echoes Review: If I Could Turn Back Time

Mike Richardson and Gabriel Guzman Ask “what would you do?” in Echoes By Amie Macias Contributing Reviewer Dark Horse Comics Echoes has an Outer Limits/Twilight Zone vibe to it, which, when you think of it, is a great vibe to have. We are first introduced to our main character, Freddy, as we watch how one tragic event and abuse molds […]

Godkiller Book One Review: A Haunting Nightmare

Godkiller is a Rated-R Nightmare in Sequential Form (that’s a good thing) By Nolan P. Smith Godkiller Book One collects the eight issues of the first Godkiller series from Black Mask Studio, all in a beautiful hardcover collection (in a regular version or the variant cover version pictured above, which was available as a part of this year’s Local Comic […]

Masked #1 Review: What’s a Hero Made Of?

Titan Comics Brings Masked Stateside By Nolan P. Smith Titan Comics has been known for bringing some amazing foreign comic books and graphic novels stateside, and with the debut issue of Masked, we get another excellent start to a series that was originally published in France. Written by Serge Lehman with art by Stephane Crety, you might be surprised of […]

A.D. After Death Book 1 Review: A Surreal Experience

Snyder and Lemire craft a reading experience with A.D.: After Death By Nolan P. Smith Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire are easily two of the biggest names in the comic book industry. Snyder helped bring the Dark Knight to back to prominence, all while creating a name for himself with horrific tales like American Vampire, Severed and more. Lemire is […]

Reborn #2 Review: What Awaits in the Hereafter

For the second issue, Reborn sheds more light on life after death By Nolan P. Smith When Image Comics Reborn debuted last month, it blew me away. Mark Millar and Greg Capullo crafted an emotional, impactful debut issue that looked at what happens when our final curtain closes. With issue #2, we see a little bit more of what exactly […]

Justice League Dark Trailer Makes Its Debut

The DC Universe goes dark with Justice League Dark By Nolan P. Smith This isn’t your dad’s Justice League. Constantine, Zatanna, Etrigan, Swamp Thing and more join the Dark Knight in the latest DC animated feature. This looks fantastic, bringing to life a version of the Justice League faction many may not be familiar with. Check out the trailer below, […]

The Ghost in the Shell Trailer is Here!

The film based off of the iconic Ghost in the Shell anime and manga hits theaters in 2017 By Nolan P. Smith This looks absolutely amazing. The first trailer has dropped for the live action Ghost in the Shell film, starring Scarlett Johansson, and wow does it amaze. Based off of the epic anime and manga created by Masamune Shirow, […]

Namesake #1 Review: The Best of Both Worlds

Namesake Traverses Worlds Wonderfully By Daniel Schwartz Contributing Reviewer It’s Mardi Gras time in … Hartford, Connecticut? Well, not Mardi Gras, but the party is just as big. Every seven years, the Earth aligns with the planet Ektae, which means that people and goods can freely travel between both worlds. This event is marked with a week-long party where revelers […]

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 to the cusp of World […]

Creatures of the Night Review: Perfectly Dark

Creatures of the Night should be on your must read list Review by Amie Macias Contributing Reviewer Dark Horse Comics once again brilliantly paired Neil Gaiman’s dark and beautiful storytelling with Michael Zulli’s elegant artwork in this graphic novel collection, Creatures of the Night.  This book contains two amazing yet creepy short stories from Smoke and Mirrors:  Short Fictions and […]

Violent Love #1 Review: Love Hurts

Barbiere and Santos Kick Off Violent Love with More Violence, Less Love By Nolan P. Smith Crime comics have had some amazing entries into the genre, especially as of late. After reading the debut issue of Image Comic’s Violent Love, it looks like we will be adding this title to the list of must read books of 2016. Written by […]

Legendary Hellboy Creator Mike Mignola and Acclaimed Novelist Christopher Golden Present the Epic Conclusion to the “Baltimore” Saga from Dark Horse Comics in 2017

Baltimore Goes Out With a Bang in 2017 By Staff Reports In 2017, Mike Mignola, the legendary creator of Hellboy and New York Times bestselling novelist Christopher Golden will reunite for the epic conclusion to Baltimore with Baltimore: The Red Kingdom, a five part comic book series from Dark Horse Comics co-written by Mignola and Golden, with art by award […]

VIZ Media Expands Pokémon Publishing Catalog with Pokémon Adventures 20th Anniversary Illustration Book

VIZ Brings More Pokémon Goodness to North America in Fall 2017 By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– VIZ Media, LLC (VIZ Media), a premier company in the fields of publishing, animation distribution, and global entertainment licensing, expands its critically acclaimed art book and POKéMON collection with the acquisition of the North American publishing rights for the Pokémon Adventures 20th Anniversary Illustration […]

Power-Con Returns to Los Angeles in 2017

The Convention that Has the Power Returns to So Cal as Power Con 2017 is Announced By Nolan P. Smith He-Man and She-Ra fans rejoice, the convention dedicated to these 80’s heroes is coming back to Southern California. Power-Con 2017 was announced today, set to return September 9-10, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. Hotel information and reservation links will be […]

The Few Will Rise This January from Image Comics

The Few: A brand-new limited maxi-series from the writer of SAINTS By Staff Reports Critically lauded writer and playwright Sean Lewis (SAINTS) and red-hot artist Hayden Sherman team up for a brand-new limited dystopian maxi-series, coming this January from Image Comics. THE FEW combines the action of Mad Max with a Station Eleven sensibility in this sci-fi series for mature […]

Mayday #1 Review

Alex de Campi and Co Make Mayday an Experience By Amie Macias Alex de Campi, known for works like Semiautomagic, does an amazing job bringing this tale of espionage to life, along with artist Tony Parker and inker Blond. Issue one of this five part mini series takes us through a fast paced story about a spy known only as […]

Advance Review: Ether #1

Matt Kindt and David Rubin Concoct Magic with Ether By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)– We are proud to bring you an advance review for Dark Horse Comic’s Ether #1. The book will be released November 16th, so make sure to keep an eye out for it. So, how is the latest Dark Horse title?