horror


Graphic Reviews: Harrow County

Harrow County Since I started my month of horror comics a bit late, I’ll be extending this binge read a bit longer than October. That month went by entirely too quickly! This week, I’m taking a look at Harrow County, a new series published by Dark Horse Comics which features […]


Graphic Reviews: Through the Woods

Through the Woods As anyone who reads this may have noticed, I have been MIA for a bit now. My apologies for the unannounced hiatus, grad school is currently kicking my butt. This week I’m returning to the regularly scheduled programming with the start of a horror comics binge for […]


Graphic Reviews: Eclipse

Eclipse Since most of us had the excitement of experiencing the first (almost in my area) total eclipse of the sun in awhile, I thought this week would be a good time to take a look at one of Image Comics’ newer titles, also named Eclipse. In this near future […]


Graphic Reviews: The Lovecraft Anthology

The Lovecraft Anthology For the past few months, I have been playing a role-playing game with a group of friends (including fellow Aeither writers Joe, Kyle and Kendric) known as the Trail of Cthulhu. For those unfamiliar with it, Trail is a pen and paper game (similar to Dungeons and […]


Graphic Reviews: Wolf

Wolf In previous articles, I’ve talked a fair amount about genre mash-ups that take disparate elements and somehow fit them together in a seamless whole. One of the best combinations of genres has been noir and horror and there are plenty brilliant examples of that, especially with creator combinations like Ed […]


Graphic Reviews: Five Ghosts

Five Ghosts The horror genre is always a tricky thing for me. While I do admittedly love over the top violence and silliness like in the brilliant TV show, Ash vs the Evil Dead, it seems like much of the genre relies on torture porn to convey its thrills and chills. […]


Graphic Reviews: The Sandman

Awhile back, almost a year ago in fact, I talked about a little book called The Sandman: Overture here on Graphic Reviews. Turns out, I wasn’t the only one who immensely enjoyed it! This year, Overture won the Hugo award for Best Graphic Story. For those unfamiliar with the Hugo […]


Graphic Reviews: Beauty

Beauty Image Comics was kind enough to allow me to read a digital galley of this volume so I am pleased to review the series this week. For all that we might claim that “beauty is only skin deep,” we sure spend a lot of time pursuing it. Every age has […]


Roll the List #36: Kyle’s Take 1

Best Underrated Horror Comic This week on Roll the List we got a topic that is coincidentally directly related to the upcoming holiday! We get to talk about our favorite horror comic that we believe is underrated. To me, this means that the comic is something many people I know who read comic […]


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 […]