Okay, I’ll admit it—I’m a sucker for serial killers. I find them absolutely fascinating. But to be truthful, I’ve always found myself rooting for the villain in, well, pretty much everything. They’re just so much more interesting than the heroes! Electric Flix’s Monochrome, released in the U.S. on March 3, 2017, allowed me indulge this darker side of my personality, albeit in a different way tha...[Read More]
They say that a good epic never dies. Okay, maybe not so much they as I. But it’s true. Look at the enduring success of Beowulf, for example. More recently, Joe Haldeman’s award-winning Forever War novels are further proof that the epic is alive and well. As such, it’s no mystery that Titan Comics brings us Haldeman’s latest tour de force in comic form, The Forever War: Forever Free, released ...[Read More]
When I sat down to research and read Titan Comics’ new issue The Prisoner, released on April 25, 2018, the Cold War was the first thing that popped into my head. That may seem strange but it’s because the original television show, which first aired in 1967, was heavily threaded with those political tensions.
Alright! It’s just after noon on Friday morning and time for a little Factory freakiness. Factory #2 was released on April 25, 2018 and leads us further along the twisted path that artists Elgo and Alejandro Jodorowsky set us upon in the previous issue. So without further ado…
On March 28, 2018, Titan Comics released the first issue in a translation of the French series Factory. I’m not going to lie—at first, I wasn’t really sure what to think of this comic book. It’s not the usual comic fare that I’m used to reading. After working through it, though, I started to see the deeper concepts hidden within it. This one’s a bit of a noodle-scrambler so let’s jump ri...[Read More]
Do you love the Jurassic Park franchise? Are you a fan of The Hunger Games? Well then you, my friend, are going to love Uncork’d Entertainment’s newest science-fiction thriller! Coming to Video-on-Demand this summer, The Jurassic Games is a fun low-budget film that pits murderer against dinosaur.
If you were one of John Logan’s many fans who hated to see Penny Dreadful go off the air, then have no fear! Following the show’s cancellation, Titan Comics began work in early 2017 on a new series of comics and graphic novels that continued the story. For this review, we’ll be diving into the second installment of the Penny Dreadful series—Vol. 2: The Beauteous Evil—that was released on April 2...[Read More]
Acclaimed special effects artist and creature-creator Hiroshi Katagiri has a CV that most people would die for. In fact, his credits include major Hollywood hits like Cabin in the Woods, Escape from L.A., and Jurassic Park III. Now, he’s tackling both writing and directing with his debut indie-horror film Gehenna: Where Death Lives, which is about to be released on May 4, 2018.
Well, folks, it’s time to head down under and I don’t mean Australia. Today’s review is going to focus on Titan Comic’s new graphic novel Under: Scourge of the Sewer #1. Authored by Italian comic writer Stefano Raffaele and French comic designer Christophe Bec, Under #1 was released on December 13, 2017.
Welcome back as I continue my chronicle of the Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep series, published by Titan Comics. In this review, I’ll taking a look at Issue #3 which is due to be released on April 25, 2018.
As promised, I’m back with the second installment of Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep, published by Titan Comics. Issue #2 was released on March 21, 2018 and continues the saga of the Hunter and the child.
Today, we are going to be taking a look at the first issue of the new comic series Bloodborne: The Death of Sleep. The series, based on the wildly popular action role-playing game of the same name, is published by Titan who released this inaugural issue on February 21, 2018.