An intriguing flashback to the indie comic scene of the 1990s, courtesy of the decade’s premiere splatterpunk duo John Skipp and Craig Spector
Comic-Con, held in July of every year, invariably captures the interest of every media outlet in the land, and it is, quite simply, the premiere event of its kind
A most welcome reprinting of what until 2017 was one of Stephen King’s scarcest books
Here it is, the first installment of my “Bedlam in Print” overview of the previous year’s publishing output.
Over-the-top gore is what this comic mini promises and delivers. If you’re looking for something beyond that you should probably pick something else.
A graphic novel rendering of the notorious Lord Horror mythos that shows up most of today’s purveyors of “extreme horror” as the poseurs they are.
The opening scenes of LOCKE AND KEY are somewhat chaotic and confusing, but the narrative gradually sharpens itself into a streamlined tale of terror with the forward drive of a good novel.
This three part comic miniseries is almost certainly one of the darkest, most psychotic works ever scripted by the demented Grant Morrison, and believe you me, that’s no small claim!
Writer/artist Ted McKeever can always be counted on for the unique and unexpected. Those things are in ample evidence in this two-issue comic from the DC imprint Vertigo, which can itself usually be counted on for the unique and unexpected.