Horror Comedy Comic Review: Darkboy & Adler Issue #1 (Issue #2 now on Kickstarter till Sept 17th! FREE Preview Available)

A small town boy in love with his high school bully... when you add in a mysterious voodoo book what can possibly go wrong? Without spoiling, we review a fully colored 29 paged queer horror comedy comic book "Darkboy & Adler Issue 1" which was successfully funded on Kickstarter, and the Issue 2 is currently... Continue Reading →

Horror Comic Review: Mary Shelley Presents Tales of the Supernatural Volume 1 (Trade Paperback) Graphic Novel by Nancy Holder & Kymera Press.

Ghosts, shapechangers and ancient curses — Mary Shelley and her creature present horror stories written by women of the Victorian era. Without spoiling, we review the 212 paged colored horror graphic novel “Mary Shelley Presents Tales of the Supernatural Volume 1” (Trade Paperback), stories adopted by award winning, NY Times Bestselling Author Nancy Holder, published by Kymera... Continue Reading →

Spoiler-Free Sci-Fi Space Horror Comic book Review: John Carpenter’s Night Terrors: Graveyard Moon!

Without spoiling, we review, a sci-fi horror comic, John Carpenter's Night Terrors (Brand New Series): Graveyard Moon, which is a thrilling sci-fi space horror comic for the mature audience about a distant future when the rich hire space services to bury their dead in a non inhabitable moon of a planet- Callisto, a rocky moon of Jupiter. Currently... Continue Reading →

Horror Comic Collection Discordia #0: 3 Horror Shorts to Satiate Your Bloodlust Now On Kickstarter till Sept 2nd, 2020! [Read FREE & Back for Great Rewards!]

The introductory issue to an ongoing horror series. This #0 world-builds for the epic horror tale to come. Created by Kristopher Jerome and Patrick Buermeyer. Published by Dark Tidings Press, LLC, An indie publisher of speculative fiction based out of Albany, Oregon. Dark Tidings Press focuses on Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Horror, both in prose and... Continue Reading →

Horror Comic Review: Sgt. Werewolf Vol. 1

Without spoiling, we review, "Sgt. Werewolf Vol.1" Horror comic created by Rich Woodall & friends! A story of a Sgt. and his squad facing Nazis in an alternate history of World War II where the Nazis have modified paranormal creatures to help them. Th comic book is full of horror, action, and interesting characters. Patreon... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #4” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella After discovering the Changelings' plans for human children, Jennifer, Elita, and Alejandro find themselves on the run from their hunters who are attempting to eliminate Elita as a threat, as her reputation continues to inspire the desperate humans. While attempting to avoid detection by following... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #3” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella Cover By Scott Van Domelen (also War of the Worlds Homage) "Salvation Children." Staring into the face of death from uncaged wild animals at the Florida Zoo, Jennifer and her two children, Alejandro and Elita, must find a way to escape before becoming dinner themselves.... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #2” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella Covers By Scott Van Domelen (also Invasion of the Body Snatchers Homage) For over a decade the world has been at war with an invisible, secret enemy that is undetectable because they look like everyone else. What would your friends do or say when they... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #1” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella Covers By Scott Van Domelen, Vincent Locke and Ralf Singh Fresh from the pages of Scout Presents: Midnight Sky Free Comic Book Day, Midnight Sky is Invasion of the Body Snatchers meets They Live. What would you do if you discovered your son wasn't really... Continue Reading →

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