Cassette tapes are one of those things. I don’t know if people who didn’t live decades of their life with cassette tapes as part of them can really gather what they mean to people over 40. I don’t even know an equivalent for those in their 20s now. They were physical media that you could […]
Will the original five time-displaced X-Men survive Extermination?
In 2018, I only enjoy two things about The Walking Dead’s overall reach in entertainment, Garrett Dillahunt’s John Dory and the games produced by Telltale. This week the studio behind, arguably The Walking Dead’s best-extended universe material is embarking on what is being sold as the finale of Clementine’s story in “Done Running”, the first episode […]
Less a linear story than an intense incantation filtered through a fever dream, Dull Margaret is the work of British actor Jim Broadbent, his debut graphic novel in collaboration with artist Dix, who is best known for his cartoons in the British newspaper The Guardian. In the press materials, Broadbent talks about his influence for the […]
If you had told me as recently as a year ago that I would be in love with a comic about Snagglepuss not due to its wacky retro yucks, but because of its heart and soul, I don’t know that I would have believed you. However, in 2018, that is exactly what happened, though I suppose […]
Where She Walks: A Canadian urban fantasy comic that’s almost there
August is a hot month here, so it needs equally hot comics to keep me from my arch nemesis…the sun. Fortunately, this week has some stuff I’ve been waiting on as Predator makes due without killing Gary Busey while the team of Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins make me tolerate kids in Black Badge. Predator: Hunters […]
The four are coming home! Catch our first impressions of FANTASTIC FOUR #1 this week on The Marvel Rundown!
Peek through the scrying glass with Alex Lu and find out which titles in the Sandman Universe will have you falling into Dream all over again
In The Danes, Belgian cartoonist Clarke’s suspense-thriller with science fiction tones, takes an accepted apocalyptic trope, a devastating pandemic, and turns it upside down. In most stories like these society collapses because of a desperate battle for survival against disease, but in The Danes, it’s the fallout of racial animosity exploding because of a disease. […]