Publisher: IDW Story: John Barber and Cullen Bunn Art : Fico Ossio Colors: Sebastion Cheng Letters: Tom B. Long Edited: David Hedgecock Editor – in – Chief: Chris Ryall… Read more »
Oxymoron: The Loveliest nightmare is a title deserving of it’s acclaim- see what the Big Glasgow Comic Page thought of the collected mini series!
Pretty Deadly’s second story arc is off to a rocky start. The first 2 issues of volume 2 caught us up with our heroes after a bit of a time jump as well as set up a new antagonist.
Cry Havoc follows Louise, a blue-haired violinist who finds herself being “mugged by a wolf” while busking on the streets of London. This attack leads to some new strange abilities that have yet to be detailed, and an equally mysterious adventure with other “special” people.
Sin Eater #1 Follows, reluctant young sin eater who eats the evil within people so they may rest in peace, but in a town frenzied with witch hunts is she safe? Can she live with the evil poisoning her so that others may have access to heaven?
Kat is Hollow, she feels nothing – not even when she murders her own parents. Such a void leaves a person open to others that may wish to inhabit that empty space, and Kat ismore than willing to let the tormented souls use her to get some retribution on those that wronged them.
A town breeding serial killers, could it be true? What is going on in Buckaroo? Let’s try find out in this review of Josh and Mike’s ‘Nailbiter’ Vol. 2!
Bernadette and Sam are part of the Death Vigil – immortal protectors of the veil between the realms – and they come across Clara, whose boyfriend is to die for. If you’re the kind of reader who wishes that Buffy the Vampire Slayer was still on the air because you miss quick-witted folk clad in black, then you should be reading Death Vigil.