Horror Comics

11 Dec 18
Ted's Toy Room Weblog

   It’s been a long time since I’ve been inspired to write a film review, but we have a very unique and interesting case here. It’s the eleventh film in a franchise that spans forty years, depicting several independent timelines and alternate realities, much like The Terminator, X-Men, or Back to the Future films… except […]

11 Dec 18
Clarissa Reads It All.

I wasn’t 100% sure that I would have this done in time for Tuesday as I had planned but here we are! This is strictly historical fiction here. There may be a part three, maybe. There are a LOT of good books coming out next year. And I’m dearly hoping that this will help me […]

11 Dec 18
The Horror Incorporated Project

Synopsis: In 19th century Algeria, Frenchman Hector Servadac (Cesare Danova) and Irishman Michael Denning (Sean McClory) get into dispute over a woman, and decide to settle their differences with a duel. But before they can begin, what seems to be a mammoth earthquake strikes the region. In the aftermath of the quake they quickly realize […]

11 Dec 18
Comic Watch

A phenomenal murder mystery takes place in a southwestern town, only Bruce Banner can find the killer! This issue is can’t miss!

11 Dec 18
downthetubes.net

Wales Comic Con was a show that many of my friends, acquaintances and general interesting bods have been to over the last few years – and all of them have sung its praises, encouraging me to go along and try it out for myself. This year, I finally managed to get the opportunity and headed […]

11 Dec 18
Geektown

Whilst 2018 was a great year for geek tv, 2019 will see an explosion of new sci-fi, comic book and fantasy shows added to the growing collection we already have. Next year sees the return of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’, ‘The Orville’, ‘Lucifer’, a final season of ‘Gotham’, and (possibly) final outings of ‘Jessica Jones’ and […]

11 Dec 18
Elliott's Design Blog

This is a resurgence of the early 20th Century art movement of dadaism. This is an art movement formed during the First World War in Zurich in negative reaction to the horrors and folly of the war. The art, poetry and performance produced by dada artists is often satirical and nonsensical in nature. Some of […]

11 Dec 18
SOMEONE SOMEWHERE

The new and returning series that stood out the most Trying to pick the best television series of 2018 is a bit like trying to judge a cuteness contest in a zoo: There’s way too much to choose from, and very little of it looks alike. How to compare, say, a peerless drama about repressed […]

11 Dec 18
The SMCC Beacon

By Liam Woodworth-Cook Fiction is an incredibly diverse platform in literature. There are not only many different genres, but several layers within those categories. There are the hundreds of cowboy tales at gas stations and gift shops down south, the romance novels that stretch whole aisles with the repeated images of a damsel looking distressed, […]

11 Dec 18
The Library Ladies

Book: “Aliens: The Original Comics Series” by Mark Verdheim, Den Beauvais (Ill.), Sam Kieth (Ill.) Publishing Info: Dark Horse Books, April 2017 Where Did I Get This Book: The library! Book Description: In 1986, James Cameron’s “Aliens” brought to theaters the horrors of a new kind of war against a terrifying enemy. Long before Alien3 was […]

11 Dec 18
Dance of the Butterfly

Welcome to the Starblood Release Day Blog Hop Firstly Carmilla would like to thank every friend and supporter who is helping share the news of the relaunch of the Starblood series. On December 11th Starblood is being published by Vamptasy Publishing at an introductory discounted price of only 99c/99p. The discounted price will be available […]

11 Dec 18
My Books-My World

On December 11th Starblood is being published by Vamptasy Publishing at an introductory discounted price of only 99c/99p. The discounted price will be available until December 12th and after that the novel will be sold at the regular price of $2.99. The book is available here – http://smarturl.it/Starblood. A paperback release is also planned for […]

11 Dec 18
Eris Goes To

Most Malaysians will be familiar with the name Big Bad Wolf by now. Founded in 2009, the massive book sale event sees millions of titles going for low, low prices, sometimes up to 90% off. The majority are remaindered books (ie unwanted new books sold by publishers to retailers at a lower price), in various […]

11 Dec 18
Mike's Blog

Hollywood still lacks the diversity within the ethnic minority backgrounds, both onscreen and behind the camera. Despite major improvements over the last 50 years, the playing field for white actors and those of different races is yet to be equal. Now Hollywood producers and directors are actively producing more ethnically diverse projects that involve directors […]

11 Dec 18
Primer Impacto México

Revelan al nuevo personaje de Stranger Things La actriz estadounidense Sadie Sink, quien interpreta a “Max” en la serie Stranger Things, adelantó que para la tercera temporada habrá un nuevo integrante en el grupo, un personaje femenino fuerte. Al hablar sobre la diversidad y popularidad de la serie, Sink destacó que en cada una de […]