The Black Monday Murders #2 is a bumper package of gritty noir, social commentary and a dash of eldritch horror.
Hickman and Coker bring us a tale laced with intrigue and Lovecraftian horror. An exploration of the evil that men do in the pursuit of wealth and power.
The Fiction is a visually stunning dark fantasy whose storytelling issues are more than made up for by its artwork.
The Violent #2 picks up a few days after where the first left off and things aren’t looking great for Mason, the former drug addict turned father and wife, and his family. The first issue set up the world and the characters but this one introduced the longer mystery very well.
Ed Brisson (Sheltered) and Adam Gorham (Dead Drop) kick off a new series called The Violent with The Violent #1
The Fiction #4 rounds off this fantastic work of metafiction that requires the reader to explore their own relationship with literature
A wee break from the usual narrative, with Dying and the Dead #3 we instead get a little backstory of the Bah al’Sharur – from none other than Adolf Hitler.
The Fiction #3 continues this miniseries intent on warning of the dangers of falling too far into a book…
The Fiction #1 sets up the tone for this new series from BOOM! that is a joyful ode to reading in one’s formative years
Story by: John Carpenter, Eric Powell Art by: Brian Churilla Colors by: Michael Garland Letters by: Ed Dukeshire Cover by: Eric Powell Publisher: BOOM! Studios Before learning more about the… Read more »