James tears through the Revolution themed box of nerd goodies while wearing a colonial hat.
A scorpion, a werewolf, and a skeleton with a mustache kick off this impressive debut issue.
Al Capone has nothing on these gangsters. They're literally demons.
Just how far would you go for millions of dollars? What about billions?
A new revised release for the supernatural adventurer doesn't pack quite the same punch as the Kickstarter edition.
An indie zombie comic that falls short on story and art.
A late night horror TV host is forced off the air and gets his revenge in Twilight Zone fashion.
Los Angeles is practically destroyed in this comic about a GMO gone wrong.
Sometimes it's not a good idea for a story to cross mediums.
Doris tries one last weight loss program that might cost her her life.
The event that reshaped the Top Cow Universe is one that matters.
M.C and Nina have a dysfunctional relationship that's complicated even more by her being dead.
Time travel gets complicated, weird, and a little boring as these cannon-fodder characters go through the motions.
Everyone regroups after the recent massive battle, as a foreboding darkness begins to loom.
There's something lurking in Daphne and Craig's attic and it wants to be friends.
James speaks with the man behind the recent Shadows on the Grave anthology as well as SO MANY other horror comics.
Paul Pope's early work is collected in a fancy release from Image Comics. Does it hold up to the test of time?
This would be True Blood meets Fables if it didn't try to pack so much into such a small amount of pages.
A Puritan serves as a jailor in a supernatural realm and other confusing plot points.
We return to Keyhouse with a terrifying, yet perfect story.
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