I was chatting with someone in PR prior to going to see a screening of Warcraft yesterday and he said in a comforting tone “It isn’t as bad as they say.” Considering it’s at 18% on Rotten Tomatoes, it would have to be pretty bad indeed. Maybe it was my lowered expectations, but I […]
I finally saw the first episode of Preacher, based on the Garth Ennis,- Steve Dillon Vertigo classic last night; “finally” even though it won’t air until the official premiere on Sunday, this episode has been screened at cons and events for a few months now, and review copies have been floating around. I like to […]
It’s not that it’s a terrible comic book — I wish it were! Terrible comic books can be fun in their own right. It’s just that it’s … fine.
Reviews of Batman v Superman are embargoed until press screenings on Tuesday, so we have only the tweets of invited guests of the world premiere, but they are positive and everyone liked Wonder Woman and Ben Affleck.
The Pantheon library of graphic novels is indeed a fairly hallowed one, publishing works such as Black Hole, Persepolis, David Boring, Here, Asterios Polyp, and of course, Maus. Sonny Liew, known by the weekly comic readership as the artist of the severely under-read Doctor Fate, and half of the team of 2014’s excellent The Shadow […]
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Evan Dorkin brings the tale of four mean-spirited, socially-incapable, pop-culture-obsessives to an end.
England is gone, replaced by a new World Tree, promising to end this world and replace it with something new. Hellboy speaks with a spirit that may be his friend Alice, but who also appears to be something more. She delivers a prophecy of doom and beauty to Hellboy, who awakens, and finds himself in Hell once more. And then things start to get weird.
The new version of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, launched under the Archie Horror imprint around last Halloween, isn’t exclusively about how adolescence is horrific, but the latest issue can’t help but circle some of that territory.