Category Archives: Comics

Review: Daphne Byrne

Daphne Byrne is another addition to the DC Black Label line, a line specifically meant for horror fans everywhere. Written by Laura Marks, with artwork from Kelley Jones, this atmospheric horror story is a chilling tale. Continue reading

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Review: Mirka Andolfo’s Mercy Vol. 1

Fans of Mirka Andolfo (Unnatural, Un/Sacred) will be thrilled to hear about her latest project, Mercy. It’s a terrifying and thrilling new horror series, full of vibrant (and memorable) artwork. Continue reading

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Review: The Haunting of Beatrix Greene: Vol. 1

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene Vol. 1 is a series on Serial Box that is absolutely perfect to dive into this spooky season (in case it wasn’t obvious, I read this right around Halloween). Continue reading

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Review: The Ludocrats

The Ludocrats has got to be one of the most absurd series I’ve read in quite some time – and I mean that in the best way possible. Created by Kieron Gillen, Jim Rossignol, Jeff Stokely, Tamra Bonvillain, and Clayton Cowles, this series is every bit as insane, silly, and quirky as that cover might imply. Continue reading

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Review: Marvel’s Thor: Metal Gods

Marvel’s Thor: Metal Gods Season 1 is the first Marvel Comic to hit Serial Box – and man, this is something that I never knew I needed. But now I can’t ever imagine going without again. This is the story that got me hooked on Serial Box, so consider yourself warned. There might just be a new obsession in your future. Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rift

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Rift is the third plot arc to stem from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it’s been absolutely worth it! Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Search

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Search is the second plot arc to stem from the animated series fans have fallen so in love with. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, I was inspired to read through as much of the comics as possible. So far, it’s been absolutely worth it! Continue reading

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Review: Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise

Avatar: The Last Airbender: The Promise is the first full-length graphic novel to come from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender. After the popularity bump that came when Avatar: The Last Airbender moved to Netflix, now seemed like the perfect time to dive into the comics that I’ve neglected for so long. Continue reading

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Review: The Old Guard Vol. 2: Force Multiplied

The tale of one group of immortals (or nearly so) continues in The Old Guard Vol. 2: Force Multiplied. This is a volume I had been looking forward to, because I still had so many questions about the series. Continue reading

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Review: I Hope This Helps

I Hope This Helps is a comic series focused on the absurd parts of life and anxiety. Created by Tommy Siegel, it’s marketed as being the perfect escape from a world that has gotten far too real. Continue reading

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