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Graphic Reviews: Sandman Overture

Sandman Overture As is the case for most of us who celebrate the holiday, Thanksgiving means one word to me: family. Whether it’s the family given to you by blood or the family you’ve chosen for yourself, today is the day for being thankful for those you love. So it […]


Graphic Review: Alias & The Pulse

When it comes to superheroes, I have to admit that I’ve always been more of a DC girl. I grew up watching the Batman Animated Series with my brother and Batman has always been my favorite hero. But the longer I read graphic novels and the longer the movie and […]


Graphic Reviews: Mass Effect

For as much as I love to talk about video games, I haven’t been playing them all that long. I wasn’t one of those kids that grew up with a Dreamcast or a Playstation. My parents were convinced that video games rotted your brain and so it took years of […]


Graphic Reviews: Rat Queens

I lay claim to the geek label on a fairly regular basis so it’s probably not much of a surprise that some of my fondest memories of being a teenager are of the tabletop role playing games we used to play. I remember having marathon sessions of Dungeons and Dragons where […]


Graphic Reviews: Severed

For our October horror theme for Graphic Reviews, we’ve so far covered zombies, insane asylums and weird westerns so for the final horror review before Halloween, I’ve picked the horror that scares me the most: serial killers. While most monsters are capable of scaring me, nothing scares me as much […]


Roll the List #36: Cait’s Take 2

Best Underrated Horror Comic This week for Roll the List, we’re discussing our favorite underrated horror comics. Given that I’ve been writing about horror comics this month, this was a hard choice to make. Ultimately, I had to pick The Cape. This one-shot story was based on a short story […]