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Comics Collection Review: ‘The Worst of Eerie Publications,’ A Horror Comics Anthology Edited by Mike Howlett

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The notoriously cheesy sixties era horror mags get anthologized for a new audience. Read More »

Interview: Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez of ‘Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland’

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Modern artists revisit a timeless realm in a story 110 years old. Read More »

Comic Book Review: ‘Weird Love’ #1, Edited by Clizia Gussoni and Craig Yoe

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“This Is A Yoe-mance Publication!” Read More »

Book Review: Faster Than a Speeding Bullet: The Rise of the Graphic Novel by Stephen Weiner

A brief overview of the modern North American graphic novel provides a decent intro for the uninitiated. Read More »

Book Review: The Comic Book History of Comics by Fred Van Lente and Ryan Dunlavey

A comics presented history of the medium from its inception to the digital age provides an affectionate yet revealing look. Read More »

Comics Collection Review: Zombies, Edited by Craig Yoe and Steve Banes

A new collection of horror comics from the fifties throws some light on the era’s lesser-known horror titles. Read More »

Comics Collection Review: Archie’s Sunday Finest by Bob Montana

A new collection of early Sunday funnies featuring America’s Typical Teenager proves a visual treat. Read More »

Book Review: Chuck Jones: The Dream that Never Was edited by Dean Mullaney & Kurtis Findlay

The full story of Chuck Jones' pet project, Crawford. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Locke & Key: Head Games by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez

Hill & Rodriguez really mess with their characters' heads in the second volume of this horror comic series. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Kill Shakespeare Volume One by McCreery, Del Col and Belanger

A winning mash-up of graphic novel fantasy with old Will Shakespeare. Read More »