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Gear up for Man of Steel with Superman Unbound!

Posted in Comic News, DVD on 05/09/2013 by rogerfroilan


This is The Fright Channel’s current animated pic for the month of May, 2013!  Check out the flick and extra features!

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1…2…3…It’s Fantasy Double Feature 3

Posted in Comic News on 06/28/2012 by shaundaniels78

Review by Shaun Daniels and Edited by Sharon Wong

Fantasy Double Feature issue 3 Published by Four Star Studios. Digital Price $.99

Gear Monkey Written by Aubrey Sitterson and Art by Nate Lovett

Mythic Written by Phil Hester, Art by Brent Schoonover, Colors by Mark Englert, Letters by Crank! and Created by Phil Hester & Christopher Jones

Fantasy is often times subjected to a medieval setting thus when a story (or stories) turns the genre on its ear and plays with the time and/or tech, it breathes the tried and true genre of fantasy much needed fresh air.  Issue 3 of Fantasy Double Feature pulls it off in its two stories, taking the concepts and essences of what makes a fantasy story, well, fantasy with a different look to boot.  First up is the technology-blending story of Gear Monkey followed by the gods and goddesses of Mythic and throws in a tiki bar for good measure. Continue reading

Oh, the Horror!

Posted in Comic News on 06/19/2012 by sharonwong

Presenting Dark Horse, the horror side…

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Dark Horse Does Vampires Right!

Posted in Comic News on 05/29/2012 by sharonwong
Dark Horse Does Vampires Right Digital Sampler

If you’ve got a taste for bloodsuckers, then look no further! Dark Horse does vampires right and gives readers who crave creatures of the night a crypt full of creepy comics!

Step into the world of Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 9, as everyone’s favorite Slayer adapts to her new life in San Francisco. Then check out Angel & Faith, where the vampire with a soul and the once-evil Slayer work to atone for past sins. Continue reading

Boston Joe’s Wicked Pissah of a Boston Comic Con Interview

Posted in Comic News, Interviews on 05/22/2012 by shaundaniels78

Interview & Written by Shaun Daniels and Photos & Edited by Sharon Wong with Audio Editing by Stephen Laskey of Laskey Productions

As we stated in our interview with Allen J. Clements, there were two things that caught our eyes at the 2012 Boston Comic Con.  The first was The Fictory with the second being (drum roll, please) comic book creator Joe DellaGatta.  You might want to remember his name because we think you are going to hear it a lot over the next couple years.  We spoke with the native New Englander about his comic The Diver (formerly known as The Holy Diver) and job at video game company, 38 Studios.  Sit back, pop open a PBR and enjoy our chat with Joe DellaGatta. Continue reading

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