HO! Yon traveller. Stop, and listen to the tale of Darkenmoor and his kin, Tundran, as they fight against fate and the gods of Helleas Voran themselves in a quest to drag what remains of humanity back to civilization. Behold, their rise and the folly that rise always was.
My typing fingers are slowly seizing up from all this work from home but I push on, for you all, and for the good of the column. I find myself wondering what "A Better Place" might be like. Would I find it in "Realm Nine" or while "Trekker"-ing to the "Order of the Stick" to cure my "Bloodclot?" Would I find out that "My Black's Don't Match?" I certainly hope not. I take pride in my ability to match black with black.
Three years ago, the final issue of "Nailbiter" hit the stands, wrapping up the story of the Buckaroo Butchers. But as any horror fan knows, you can't keep a good slasher down and the town of Buckaroo calls us once again. In preparation for the June 3rd launch, we had a chat with the masters of the macabre themselves, Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson, about all things "Nailbiter Returns," especially about the large volume of eyes on the cover.
If you could wish away all the pain of heartbreak, would you? If you could let go of all those memories, the ones that seep in at night, that remind you of good times before it all turned sour, a poison pretending to be a salve, would you? If you could be numb to it […]
Last week’s episode was a garbage fire of epic proportions, save for Benoist’s direction and the Luthor Family’s acting, so anything is a step up. Somehow, the penultimate episode of the season managed to make it three steps up. . .and that’s with Rama Kahn returning too.
The webcomic creator is never far from their audience. Be it through social media, public email addresses, Discord servers, or simply the comments section beneath a page, there is a rapport and a conversation that is developed that is unique to the medium. We’re continuing those conversations here, albeit a little more formally, by interviewing […]
It’s been a month and a change since I last chatted with y’all. How’ve you been? I’ve been OK. There’s the good. There’s the bad. You know how it goes. Supergirl was on pause and that’s both a blessing and a curse. A blessing because it gave me a longer reprieve on my Sunday nights. . .
Get your theories in and your questions ready because we’re in the Endgame now. Because of. . .well, ya know, this season of Riverdale has been shortened by about 3-ish episodes, thus making “Lynchian” season four’s penultimate episode.
This comic isn’t all it’s Cracked up to be. It’ll make you Sick to your stomach as it Plop!s out its plot. Thankfully, this is Not Brand Echh or Image might have been in real trouble. Instead, it’s a little bit more Crazy, taking us on a National Lampoon out to sea. I’m not MAD. It’s just “Stupid.”
So. . .remember how I slagged off The CW’s schedule for putting this episode off for a month (and then an additional week?) Yeah, turns out it was because someone on set had Covid-19 and production was halted. I hope everyone on set was safe and healthy and the ones who were not have since recovered. The same is true for you, dear readers.