Review: “The Heathens” Pits History’s Most Notorious Criminals Against Each Other in This Fun Tale of Redemption, by Angela Rairden
Issue one of The Heathens, co-written by Cullen Bunn and Heath Amodio with art by Sami Kivela, is a remarkably fun and immersive read."
Furthermore, this comic really isn’t a female vs. male story. It’s meant as a celebration of what makes women beautiful and magical by viewing perceived weaknesses as strengths instead. "
From the mind of Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, I Hate Fairyland, and Middlewest) comes Image’s The Me You Love in the Dark, a strange sort of spooky, romantic tale that’s perfect for the start of fall and the Halloween season."
Maria Llovet’s work has a sort of beautiful, ethereal quality to it, and Porcelain proves to be no exception. The tale is a mix of fantasy and imaginative horror which, after its first issue, leaves a tantalizing amount to the imagination."
It’s been several days since I finished reading the second issue of DC Comic’s The Nice House on the Lake and I still can’t get it out of my mind.