This week we’re discussing two horror anthologies!
We’re breaking our self imposed “all indie” rules this week to talk about the first Marvel Studios Special Presentation: Werewolf By Night!
This week Angela and I got together to discuss the first volume of I Hate This Place!
“Definitely worth your time if you’re a horror fan.”
“It’s our August Round-Up! Angela, Matt and Zach are getting together to discuss four first issues from the month just gone!”
After threatening it last week Angela and Zach are teaming up again to discuss arguably the least popular Valiant mini-series of all time
Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss the first volume of Armorclads from Valiant!
Writer: Tom KingArtist: Elsa CharretierColourist: Matt HollingsworthLetterer: Clayton CowlesDesigner: Tom MullerEditor: Marla EizikProduction Artist: Drew GillPublisher: Image Joan Peterson lives a never ending chain of romance stories, cast from one to the next every time she’s on the verge of finding her happy ending; forced to overcome a new obstacle to be with the man of her dreams. This is […]
“With each series announced I’m sure that I’m the target audience for the books comprising the MassiVerse yet when it comes down to it that’s simply not the case.”
This week we’re rounding up four titles from July 2022!
“Beware The Eye Of Odin clearly takes influence from Norse Mythology, though it feels like Doug Wagner is using that as a backdrop to tell his own story rather than as the basis of the narrative.”
“It’s a whistle stop tour of the apocalypse…”
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss some of their favourite series from the year so far!
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss one of their favourite comics from 2021 – Karmen by Guillem March!
This week Angela and Zach are teaming up to discuss the first volume of The All-Nighter!
“An emotional ending and one that clearly shows how the Home Sick Pilots and the ghosts they’ve gotten tangled up with have changed the world, and really, is there anything else that a young punk band could hope for?”