Spawn 303

Review: Spawn #303

Spawn re-unites with old friends…er…foes…and a lot seems to have happened since the story I remember. People from the past show up, along with faces I'm less than familiar with, but they're all great. That ...
Spawn 302

Review: Spawn #302

It’s been a long, long time since I picked up a Spawn comic. I mean, last time I checked Spawn had like, killed God? Or something? Or became God? I dunno. Things got weird towards the end. So I di...
KIlladelpia Image Comics

Review: Killadelphia #1

At a near breathless pace, KILLADELPHIA #1 introduces us to the savage murder of a Philadelphia homicide detective, a mayoral candidate who might just be a flesh-eating devil, the history of yellow fever in Ph...
Coffin Bound 3 - Image Comics

Review: Coffin Bound #3

Self-mutilation is the theme, here, until it becomes self-destruction. The strippers in Paulie’s joint literally rip the skin from underlying tissue on a nightly basis while Paulie scribbles his poetry in a...
Coffin Bound 2

Review: Coffin Bound #2

Sex and chainsaws and hypodermic needles of bright green goop. Disembowelment and self-dismemberment. Pessimism and poetry. The tone here is Jodorowsky meets Tarantino. And it mostly works. The bleakness is...
Gogor 5

Review: Gogor #5

Well. Goddamn it. A beautiful issue, filled with reunions and cool new friends like the mighty Volcrans and the timid Upsapondians, we are also treated to our hero Armano’s first use of nature magic. Even G...