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The Webtoon ‘Melvina’s Therapy’ Is Just What The Doctor Ordered

Webtoons.com is a fun site where comic authors can showcase their works to readers. I’ve been a reader on the site for a while and have found some really nice comics that tend to be the “slice of life” comedic variety but recently I’ve discovered a darker comic that I could not stop reading as […]

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New Comic “Morte” Drops Later This Month

   Ever feel like no-one else can understand you? Well, if you’re the protagonist of “Morte”, that’d be because all your neighbors are hungry dead.     With only one single word of dialogue, “Morte” tells the silent story of one man’s journey through the zombie infested remains of the world. The last living human, […]

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There’s A New Comic Coming And It May Be The Most Twisted Book You’ve Ever Seen

There’s a new five-part comic series on its way for horror fans who love the sick and twisted. Titled ‘Tales From The Whorehouse of Horror!’, this comic offers “up a selection of crazed and perverted stories, some of the sickest on the entire internet (and that’s saying something)”.      According to the Kickstarter campaign: […]

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NEW HORROR-THEMED COMIC ‘BURIAL PLOTS’ COMBINES WEREWOLVES AND MUMMIES

Critically acclaimed writers and producers Chris LaMartina and Jimmy George (‘WNUF Halloween Special’, ‘Call Girl of Cthulhu’ , have teamed up to create BURIAL PLOTS, the first comic to be made and soon released from Baltimore’s Midnight Crew Studios. Inspired by classic comics ‘Tales From The Crypt ‘ and ‘The Witching Hour’, the new horror […]

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Robert Altman & Popeye vs. Cynema

A few myths need to be dispelled about the 1980 Robin Williams film,  Popeye. It was NOT a boxoffice failure. It was made for 20 million and grossed well over 60 million. While deemed a “disappointment” by Paramount Pictures, it hardly failed.       2. It is NOT Robin Williams’s worst film. I will argue it […]

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Martillo: Devil-Smiter by Greg Meldrum and David Broughton

Martillo: Devil-Smiter by Greg Meldrum and David Broughton is an independent comic by one of the creators of Spectre Show, which I reviewed a few weeks back. This story, while ripe with all the edgy artwork David Broughton typically brings to the table, is instead about 1950s Spain. A man stands between humanity and supernatural wickedness. …and Pablo […]

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Review: Dark Horse Comics’ “Midnight Society: The Black Lake #2”

I reviewed the premiere issue of Midnight Society: The Black Lake here and was looking forward to reading the second installment. The first issue blew me away with it’s masterful storytelling, other-worldly artwork, and it’s alluring dialogue. I was sure that the second issue would be just as good, if not better. I was wrong. The suspenseful […]

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