Did You Hear What Eddie Gein Done? by Harold Schechter & Eric Powell: A Darkly Fascinating Biography of America’s Most Disturbing Serial Killer – Comic Review

Did You Hear What Eddie Gein Done? by Harold Schechter and Eric Powell is a true crime, biographical graphic novel telling of the life and morbid legacy of serial killer and cannibalist Edward Gein. The book dropped last August and I had been dying to get my hands on it since then. Luckily, my library hold finally came through and after being completely enthralled by the story in a single sitting,

Saga Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples: A Bloody Badass & Remarkably Romantic Space Opera Comic Series – Comic Review

Saga Volume 1 by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples is a romance space opera graphic novel series that follows two awesome folx named Marko and Alana, people on opposite sides of a brutal war between a planet and a moon, who fell in love and were branded as treasonous traitors to their people. Now they’re on the run and about to start a family that will bridge their two communities, while avoiding authorities, bounty hunters, and everyone else who wants to cash in

Harleen by Stjepan Šejić: A Harley Quinn Origin Story that’s an Absolute Stroke of Genius – Comic Review

Harleen by Stjepan Šejić is a psychological thriller graphic novel. After months of interviewing criminals at Arkham Asylum, Dr Harleen Quinzel starts to have very strange dreams about one of them in particular. What begins as overwhelming nightmares, slowly mutates and evolves into dangerous fantasies. Despite many warnings from Batman himself, she’s just so damn fascinated by the one individual

A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman & Rafael Albuquerque: An Absolutely Brilliant & Beautifully Rendered Lovecraftian Graphic Novel – Comic Review

A Study in Emerald was the dark fantasy story that I didn’t realise I was craving so badly. It satisfied my love of both dark and mysterious plights, and my passion for fantasy and the obscure. As someone who positively relishes intellective writing and unique twists to literary classics, on top of everything else I’ve mentioned, the graphic novel ended up being a masterful indulgence of the best sort.

Batman: The Dark Prince Charming by Enrico Marini: Frustratingly Formulaic and Depressingly Disappointing – Comic Review

🎶 I’m teasing Mr Wayne…Just teasing Mr Wayne…What a glooorious feeling…I’m batty again…🎶 Batman: The Dark Prince Charming by Enrico Marini is a superhero, psychological crime thriller graphic novel about a mother and her young daughter after they appear on Bruce Wayne’s doorstop one day with shocking news. When the kid is abducted by The…

Joker: Killer Smile by Jeff Lemire & Andrea Sorrentino – A Gloriously Genius, Must-Read Graphic Novel for All Fans of the Batman Comics

Joker: Killer Smile is a psychological horror, mystery graphic novel by the magnificent award-nominated duo, Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino (Gideon Falls). It revolves around The Joker as yet another psychotherapist makes their attempt at diagnosing and eventually “curing” Gotham’s ultimate villain of his malevolent tendencies. Regardless of the failures of the past, Dr Ben Arnell is determined to be the one who unravels the madness of an utterly unknowable mind.

Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening Part One by Greg Rucka & Nicola Scott: Exuberantly Dark and Engrossing – Comic Review

Black Magick Volume 1: Awakening, Part One by Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott is the first trade paperback instalment in a supernatural, dark fantasy graphic novel series that follows detective Rowan Black. She has worked really hard to keep a few aspects of her life quite private. However, when a mysterious force begins to target Rowan in an attempt to kill her, she realises that someone out there knows her secrets and is determined to expose her if they can’t take her life.

Resident Alien Volume 1: Welcome to Earth: A Cosy Mystery Comic with a Sci-Fi Twist – Comic Review

Resident Alien Volume 1: Welcome to Earth! by Peter Hogan and Steve Parkhouse follows an alien dude who gets stranded on Earth and has to find a way to survive and blend in with humans until he can be rescued (if he can be rescued). He’s laying low in the small town of Patience when the town’s only doctor dies. Forced to fill the spot as the new go-to doc in town, “Dr Harry” gets immediately tugged into a local murder mystery

Batman: Arkham City by Paul Dini & Carlos D’Anda: A Beautiful Yet Boring Prequel Adaptation to the Massively Popular Video Game – Comic Review

Batman: Arkham City by Paul Dini and Carlos D’Anda is the trade paperback collection of the five-issue miniseries that bridges the gap between the events of the video games Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. It was published approximately one year after the sequel game’s release via DC Comics. Recently, I completed a second…

Mini DC Comics Haul (August 2020)

Back in May, I did a write-up on some of my favourite Batman comics. Since writing that, my obsession for the franchise has been awakening little by little. I began playing through the Batman: Arkham video games (currently wrapping up Arkham City and should have a review up for it promptly) and I’ve even gone…

Meg: The Graphic Novel – A Breathtakingly Cinematic Comic with Cheesy Action-Flick Storytelling – Comic Review

Meg: The Graphic Novel by J.S. Earls is a science-fiction, stand-alone comic adaptation of the original novel authored by Steve Alten. The story follows deep-sea submersible pilot turned marine palaeontologist, Jonas Taylor, as he’s forced to return to his previous occupation when the prehistoric, long believed to be extinct shark, the megalodon, is unleashed from…