Category Archives: Comics

Batman: The Killing Joke – Film VS. Graphic Novel

WARNING – Spoilers up ahead Is it worth seeing the film adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke? Batman: The Killing Joke, a graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland has been regarded as one of the best Joker storylines. However, the film adaptation

Comic Book Wednesday: July Releases

Welcome back to our comic book quick reviews in this Wednesday roundup! Sorry for the hiatus, but now we’re back on track to see what has been hitting the stands at comic book shops! This week, we’ll be looking at Betty and Veronica #1, The

Weekend Reads: Romeo and/or Juliet

Romeo and/or Juliet, Ryan North Romeo and/or Juliet is brilliant. Do you remember the Choose Your Own Adventure stories of yore? Well, that’s exactly what Romeo and/or Juliet is. Only infinitely more clever and laugh-out-loud funny from start to finish. Ryan North brings together some of the

Spotlight: The Order of Belfry

The world is filled with many comic books, most of which are about superheroes and magical beings. These stories are fabulous in their own right, but there is just something so exhilarating and refreshing about comics that write their own path. That is exactly the

Comic Book Wednesday: Marvel and DC

Welcome, fellow comic book nerds, to my first weekly comic book column! I decided to start it off with only four comics that came out during the month of June – sort of dipping our toes in just to get us started. Following this week’s

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Weekend Reads: Nailbiter Vol. 1

On the surface, Buckaroo looks and feels a lot like every other rural, slightly dilapidated, podunk American town. Only it’s not. In fact, Buckaroo is the birthplace of 16 (!!!) of the most repulsive and terrifying serial killers in recorded history. These are men and

Southern Cross v. Dead Space

Like many people, I enjoy the thrill of being scared. While it might be a bit masochistic, there’s something intensely satisfying about a well-timed jump scare. It makes you want to curl up in the fetal position under your bed, and makes your heart feel

The Punisher #1 Review

As someone who loves action-packed, thriller crime stories, I am not quite sure why I have not been a reader of Punisher comics before. After watching the Netflix show, Daredevil, I became instantly intrigued by Frank Castle and knew I had to pick up some of

Modern Mythology: Limbo and American Gods

Anyone who knows me and my reading habits knows that I have entertained a love affair with Neil Gaiman’s writing for a very long time. He’s a man of seemingly boundless talent and imagination, of which I am wildly jealous. His work ranges from the

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