Despite a slightly-too-short page count, “Doctor Who: Empire of the Wolf” delivers a thrilling multi-Doctor extravaganza.
GVN Talking Comics Review: Mad Cave Studios ‘Nottingham: Kings Ransom,’ Issue 8 by David Hazan and Shane Connery Volk
When last we left Nottingham: Kings Ransom, there had been a murder on board the ship that Robin of Locksley had been sailing on.
Rafael gives us an exclusive list of the films and books that he used for inspiration on his exciting new series with Red Tag.
GVN Talking Comics Review: White Cat Entertainment’s ‘Long Ago and Far Away’ by Chris Mancini and Fernando Pinto
Chris Mancini’s Long Ago and Far Away packs in a pleathora of geek inspired nods to just about every genre.
Colleen Doran’s gorgeous artwork and faithful adaptation makes “Neil Gaiman’s Chivalry” a graphic novel you’ll return to over and over again.
‘Norse Mythology Volume 2’ Review – A Beautiful, Faithful Adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Norse Mythology’
Dark Horse Comics’ adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s “Norse Mythology” continues with another collection of fun, beautifully illustrated stories.
Coming Fall of 2022 from Titan Comics: ‘Mother Nature’ by Co-Writers Jamie Lee Curtis and Russell Goldman
Titan Comics announced a new horror graphic novel titled Mother Nature which is co-written by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Available Now: ABlaze Publishing Presents: ‘THE BREAKER Volume 2 Omnibus Edition’ by Jeon Geuk-jin With Art By Park Jin-hwan
Comic and graphic novel publisher ABLAZE delivers non-stop action, manhwa style, with the release of THE BREAKER Omnibus Vol. 2.
GVN Talking Comics Preview: Mad Cave Studios Maverick – ‘World Class’ by Jay Sandlin, Patrick Mulholland, Rebecca Nalty and Justin Birch
With a story combining good friends, strong role-models, talent and above all else, hard work, Maverick’s World Class scores with a strong narrative and exciting visuals.
Rob Harrell explores the effects that depression and low self-esteem can have on someone. Even IF that someone is a Monster.
We review the new series from TKO Studios, Graveneye, from Sloane Leong and Anna Bowles. Read our review here!
‘THE AUTUMNAL’ Review – A Haunting, Emotional Story About Generational Trauma That’s as Satisfying as it is Scary
The Autumnal is an imperfect story. But for what it is, The Autumnal is a very creepy, very effective horror story.