Books and Comic Books

Books and Comic Books

Review: Angel City: Town Without Pity

When you hear "film noir," you usually think of hardboiled detectives with fedoras on their heads and half-smoked cigarettes hanging from their lips. You...

Review: Dark Nights: Metal #1

Written by Rachel Freeman Dark Nights: Metal #1 is published by DC Comics. It is written by Scott Snyder with art by Greg Capullo. I have...

Review: Rat Queens #5

In case you forgot, our heroes were in the middle of a dungeon crawl when they got sucked into the mirror of regret. We...

Review: Regression #4

  In issue #3 we saw that Adrian was still losing grips on reality. His hallucinations and nightmares were no longer hallucination, but reality. At...

Review: The Unsound #3

  The Unsound is published by BOOM! Studios. It is written by Cullen Bunn with art by Jack T. Cole. I'm not...I'm not completely sure I...
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Val Emmich on Writing ‘The Reminders,’ His New Jersey Inspirations & More

Val Emmich, a New Jersey singer-songwriter, actor, and as of June, published novelist, knows better than most what it means to channel life into...

Review: Action Comics #985

There really hasn't been enough Lex  Luthor in Superman Comics as of late. Even with his turn as a Tony Starkesque Superman, the bald...

Review: Rose #5

  Rose is published by Image Comics. It is written by Meredith Finch with art by Ig Guara. We ended issue 4 with Rose escaping and...

Review: Supergirl #12

In the 11th issue, Supergirl and Batgirl escaped The Phantom Zone. Just as Supergirl was catching her breath she was greeted by an angry Cat...

Review: Harley Quinn #25

It’s Harley’s anniversary! She’s turning 25, and this issue has a ton of cameos from other favorite DC characters. Let’s jump right into the...