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Keeping It Ghastly: Mantis Woman

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! In today’s search for the bizarre and obscure […]

Keeping it Ghastly: Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus vol 1

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! Very few manga have the staying power to […]

Keeping it Ghastly: Searching for Japanese Horror in America

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! Before Rokudenashiko got in trouble with the police, […]

Stop, Hammer Time.

Jack Hammer is the latest in a slew of excellent comics coming from the team at Action Lab.  Like the other titles from Action Lab, Jack Hammer boasts an impressive combination of art and story telling.  Unlike the other titles, Jack Hammer takes on a genre that the team has not explored yet to my […]

Ireland’s Finest

Exiled long ago, the Mac Tire Clan was amongst the most fearsome clan of warriors in all of Ireland.  Now in Ireland’s darkest hour the last of the Mac Tire Clan, Rogan, has returned to his home to defend it against enemies new and old. Basically, Rogan is a bad ass.  Seriously, not only is […]

Talking Cats, Zombies, and Mecha-Crabs: Who could ask for anything more?

 Ehmm Theory is a fun take on a classic story of self discovery. We meet Gabriel Ehmm on his way home to surprise his girlfriend with a new cat he just got for her.  But it’s Gabriel who is surprised when she is waiting for him with a gun and a pair of women’s underwear […]

Justice is Served

Injustice: Gods Among Us is the latest creation from NeatherRealm studios, the developers behind the legendary Mortal Kombat franchise.  Injustice brilliantly combines elements of the fighting game genre paying homage to its predecessors (Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter) while providing an extremely large amount of comic book fan fare in the process.  The result is an […]

Dive into Wolfe’s Bay (you won’t regret it!)

The Beast of Wolfe’s Bay is a hidden gem amongst independent comics. The book’s creator, Erik Evensen, has done a wonderful job of creating a unique comic experience. He combines a number of different elements to create a fun and exciting adventure that should appeal to almost anyone. The story revolves around Brian Wegman, a […]

Undead Drive-In a Success!

  I’m not particularly a fan of horror.  The ins and outs of the genre are not my forte.  And to be completely honest, it isn’t often I appreciate pieces of work that fall into the genre.   It’s not because I’m squeamish or I get scared of  the dark, it’s simply because there is […]

A Vindicating New Comic

About a mile outside of New York City there is an underground maximum security prison called Tartarus.  It’s inhabitants are the ever growing population of rejects from the United States governments super solider program.  If this is news to you, then congratulations, you just stepped into the world of Vindication. If you think its a […]

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