Category: Comic Book Reviews

  • R.I.P.D. City of the Damned #1

    R.I.P.D. City of the Damned #1

    A lot of things can be said about Roy Pulsipher. He’s handy with the six shooter, he’s a tough bastard and well he’s dead. Roy is an officer of a special unit called the R.I.P.D., or the Rest In Peace Department. Their oath is to protect the living from evil entities that are trying to…

  • The Creep #4

    The Creep #4

    Hello fellow comic readers. We are back with the conclusion of the case that had puzzled our main man Oxel. As you may or may not know, Oxel is a private detective that enlisted in a case that was brought to him by an ex-lover that he had. It was the mystery of the death…

  • Dark Horse’s The Creep #3

    Dark Horse’s The Creep #3

    And we are back with a review of a very nice Dark Horse comic entitled The Creep. Oxel is back again in the 3rd book to this saga about a case that has sucked him in so deep, that he can not let it just go unsolved. Here we find Oxel with so many more…

  • Buffy Season 9 Vol 2: On Your Own

    Buffy Season 9 Vol 2: On Your Own

    Mr. Belding back with some more awesome comic reviews from Dark Horse! Sorry about my absence, but I had a PC harddrive take a dump on me, not literally, so I had to get a new laptop. Buffy is back with her vampire slaying, ass kicking abilities. The second volume of season 9 consists of…

  • Orchid Vol 2 Review

    Orchid Vol 2 Review

    POSSIBLE SPOILERS Story And we are back with the second volume of the Tom Morello post apocalyptic story of a prostitute turned leader of the people’s, revenge plot to overtake and kill the tyrant Tomo Wolfe. We begin with the band of three continuing on their quest to get to Tomo. Opal, whom is a…

  • Ragemoor HC Comic Review

    Ragemoor HC Comic Review

    Ragemoor! A living castle, nurtured on pagan blood, harborer to deadly monsters! A fortress possessed of its own will and ability to change itself, with the power to add and destroy rooms and to grow without the help of any human hand. Its servants aren’t human, its origins are Lovecraftian, and its keeper must fend…