With a steady suspenseful beat, The Rise #1 (Heavy Metal Elements) engages with thought-provoking questions about morality and cringe-inducing scares.
An impressive follow-up, Nocterra #2 (Image Comics) presents a horrifying landscape that feels grounded and fantastical at the same time.
After reading four issues of this bare-knuckled series, I am thrilled to say Brooklyn Gladiator (Heavy Metal) is extremely entertaining in its raw grunginess. Readers will love how gleefully over-the-top Brooklyn Gladiator is when it comes to sex, violence, and its underlining social commentary. Plot: “It’s 2033, New Yorkers survive on scraps in a despoiled […]
A high octane introduction, Shadowman #1 (Valiant Entertainment) delivers an exciting supernatural thriller with engaging action and a promising lead.
Incredibly feisty and wonderfully absurd, Mother Trucker #1 (Lethal Comics) is a joyous love letter to wrestling fans and ‘80s action movies.
With stunning visuals, Dark Wing #4 (Heavy Metal Elements) lays out the groundwork of its mythology in a character-driven installment.
In an exclusive interview with Villain Media, Ricardo Delgado talks about his upcoming illustrated novel, Dracula of Transylvania (Clover Press).
In an exclusive interview with Villain Media, screenwriter Michael J. Kospiah talks about the complicated relationships within Rage, starring Hayley Beveridge and Matt Theo.
Rage, starring Hayley Beveridge and Matt Theo, works brilliantly as a compelling psychology thriller and an intricate police procedural.
Before the upcoming virtual screening in April, Life of Agony has released the official trailer to The Sound of Scars documentary.