Wytches #3 offers a slow instalment to this brilliant and unsettling vision from Scott Snyder and Jock.
You’ve heard the legend. Sung and boogied to the song. Seen Christopher Lee and Alan Rickman play him on screen but never in this genre has a character like Mikhail Effinovich Rasputin dominated a title such as this. Chronicling the days before the “mad monk” earned his reputation Rasputin examines his fantastical life in the outskirts of Russia. Boozing, picking fights and resurrecting the unjustly dead, this is not the character you think you know.
Dr Strange casting has finally been locked down but just who will play the Sorcerer Supreme?
Five Ghosts #14 continues this recommended series of carefree supernatural pulp adventures.
This issue of American Legends sees Davy Crockett, Mike Fink and Sally Thunder getting close to the Lewis & Clarke camp… and the dangers getting bigger.
Wytches #2 is an eerie page-turner that offers many new questions and leaves each of member of the Rooks family to face a distinct peril.
In the October Faction #2 Fredrick tries to convince his children to avoid his footsteps at all costs, All in a days work for the Allans of Gristlewood, USA
Publisher: IDW Publishing Writer: Steve Niles Illustrator: Damien Worm Letters: Robbie Robbins Editor: Chris Ryall Covers: Damien Worm When Niles and Worm’s The October Faction made its debut last month… Read more »
Rasputin #1 offers an intense reading experience I haven’t encountered yet from Image Comics. The panel and scene transitions are fluid and grab the reader’s attention immediately- intersecting small Pov shots with larger present tense panels-presented like an expertly shot film.
In this third issue of Wayward, Rori introduces her two new friends to each other. In the meanwhile, we find out what they are up against.