All good things must come to an end and what an end this is.
Who knew fighting a monster in Japan could be so destructive?
The final arc of this supernatural series begins and it's going to be a big deal.
The supernatural journey through folklore comes to an end next month.
If it bleeds, it leads...and that's a lot of blood.
Fame is a scarier monster than a real monster in this new mini-series.
The Hollywood horror series returns with a harsh look at fame.
James speaks with the writer of Wayward and Glitterbomb.
Rori learns more of her past and takes on her destiny.
The Hollywood horror comic from Jim Zub and Djibril Morissette-Phan is back for more mayhem from Image Comics.
Nikaido's powers are getting out of control and people are starting to notice.
Hollywood is in for a monstrous wake up call.
An overpriced unnecessary tie-in to the current Monsters Unleashed event, but hey, there's some nice Spider-Man dialogue.
Everyone regroups after the recent massive battle, as a foreboding darkness begins to loom.
Farrah's monster lashes out to make quite a splash at a Hollywood gala, and there are so many bodies.
James speaks with Jim Zub and Djibril Morissette-Phan about their upcoming series from Image Comics.
Hollywood has a new enemy and it's not Uwe Boll.
The new gods of Japan are gearing up for an epic battle as Wayward surges forward.
The writer of Wayward talks Japanese folklore, demons, and giant robots at his table in Artists Alley at New York Comic Con.
The overall scope of the series takes shape as the second story arc comes to a close.
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