Tim Seeley’s newest Dark Horse creation Sundowners explores the validity and possible insanity of superheroes. Sundowners #1 Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Jim Terry Colorist: Sean Dove Publisher: Darkhorse Comics Release Date: August 27, 2014 Get yourself copies of Sundowners #1 and Sundowners #2! Sundowner syndrome is a real condition that plagues those with dementia […]
Two of Image Comics most popular titles, Chew and Revival, take on each other’s world in this fun and hilarious cross-over event. Chew/Revival #1 Chew Writer and Artist: John Layman & Rob Guillory Co-creator Revival: Tim Seeley & Mike Norton Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 28, 2014 Chew / Revival #1 – […]
Tim Seeley and Mike Norton don’t make life easy for the new Occultist. In The Occultist #5, Rob Bailey and The Sword tackle their greatest opponent in the conclusion of this arc of the Occultist’s story. Read my The Occultist #3 and #4 reviews. The Occultist #5 Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Mike Norton Colorist: Alan […]
Gischler and Rosenzweig bring you more violence and vixens in Clown Fatale’s explosive conclusion. See my Clown Fatale #3 review. Clown Fatale #4 Writer: Victor Gischler Artist: Maurizio Rosenzweig Colorist: Moreno Dinisio Cover Artist: Tim Seeley Publisher: Dark Horse Release Date: February 12, 2014 Issue #4 wraps up the plight of the ladies of Clown […]
Seeley and Norton continue to up the eww factor with the restless dead and use of demon baby pods as projectiles. The Occultist #4 sets this story up for a killer, an hopefully gory, ending. Read my The Occultist #3 review here. The Occultist #4 Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Mike Norton Colorist: Alan Passalaqua Cover […]
Chock full o’ busty ladies, g-strings, murder, and clown make-up, the women of Clown Fatale reached the point of no return on their rampage. If you love T & A and violent women in clown make-up, then this series is has your name all over it. Clown Fatale #3 Script: Victor Gischler Artist: Maurizio Rosenzweig […]
Witty and creepy, with bit of eww. What more do you need in a horror comic? A dash of superhero and fun characters for starters. I am two books late to Seeley and Norton’s The Occultist for Dark Horse, but really happy to be reading it now–for the guys, gals, and ghouls. The Occultist #3 […]
How does the Serial Killer Killer hold up to the Deadite Destroyer?
Greg takes the time to come from behind the counter of running his comic book shop to tell you what he thinks of Bloodstrike #26!
Want to see what Image Comics has coming out Wednesday, March 16th? Yeah, we thought you would.