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Comic Book Wednesday: Angelic #1

Angelic #1, Simon Spurrier & Caspar Wijngaard To be perfectly honest with you, I’ve never been one for monkeys. With the exception of orangutans, I’ve never seen the appeal (they have fangs and walk on their hands, so no thanks.) Needless to say, I was

Weekend Reads: Aliens: Dead Orbit #1

Aliens: Dead Orbit #1, James Stokoe Aliens: Dead Orbit might as well have been called Aliens: Everything Horrible in Outer Space. James Stokoe has crafted a wonderfully unsettling, violent, and claustrophobic extension of the Aliens universe. It’s also absolutely gorgeous. Stokoe’s use of color cleverly

Weekend Reads: God Country #1

God Country #1, Donny Cates & Geoff Shaw I’m going to start off this week’s edition of Weekend Reads by saying that fans of American Gods will, most likely, enjoy God Country. Take it from me, a dyed-in-the-wool American Gods fan. Additionally, reading the first issue of God Country, I couldn’t help

Wonder Woman: Twitter Reacts

In case you missed it – although, if you’re as nerdy as us, I’m sure you didn’t – a new trailer for Wonder Woman went live this afternoon. If it happens that you haven’t watched the trailer yet, you can here. While this post doesn’t

Weekend Reads: Outcast, Vol. 1 – Vol. 3

Outcast Vol. 1 – Vol. 3, Robert Kirkman & Paul Azaceta Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, *takes a deep breath* okay. To say that Robert Kirkman’s ongoing, deeply unsettling horror series, Outcast  is emotionally exhausting would be the understatement of the year. Disclaimer: This series is

4 1980’s Inspired Stories to Get Excited About

The 1980’s Called… The 80’s are back in a big way, and I’m not just talking about high waisted jeans, Farrah Fawcett hair, and synth-pop.  These days, you’re hard-pressed to find a television show, movie, video game, or comic book that hasn’t been influenced in

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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

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