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CLOWN FATALE and KISS ME SATAN writer Victor Gischler talks about the “fun toys of horror”, Grindhouse homages, and whether he worries about alienating readers with too much sexuality in his comics.

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Dark Horse has announced plans for the next phase of the Whedonverse in comics, as Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel & Faith enter season 10, while the Browncoats rise again with Serenity: Leaves on the Wind. On the fanged front, perhaps the most exciting announcement is that writer Christos Gage and artist Rebekah

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A look at the latest issue of Dark Horse Comics’ ANGEL & FAITH. Our critic says the book is a knockout from Gage and Isaacs, will you agree?

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Check out our interview with Jai Nitz, the writer behind DREAM THIEF, Dark Horse Comics’ new supernatural dark thriller.

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Warning, Spoilers Abound! Tie-in comics usually aren’t the kind of thing that I allow myself to get invested in because they feel a bit too much like promotional material. Naughty Dog’s upcoming zombie survival game The Last of Us looks like it might be the last great game of this

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There’s a joke in here, something about the inmates running the asylum, but it seems a bit weak compared to the wit of The Answer. This penultimate issue of Mike Norton and Dennis Hopeless’ superhero-gone-intellectual tale finds both the costume-clad Answer and his genius librarian sidekick Devin in the creepy

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This weeks biggest release is definitely Brave. I thought this was a great film and Merida is so incredibly adorable! The entire family is so lovely. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and think it’s one of the must-buys this week. Here’s a clip from the film:  [springboard type=”video” id=”599441″ player=”scin001″ width=”560″ height=”315″ ]

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Thanks to the internet, filmmakers now have the opportunity to share their stories without going through major studio routes.  The web-series format allows genre shows that may have a somewhat limited audience to truly thrive and even make celebrities out of their creators and stars.  April’s launch of Felicia Day‘s

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Welcome back comic fans, to your number one weekly fix for all things inked and paneled. If you joined me last week, you will know that I got slightly delayed in regards talking bout’ V For Vendetta. Well as promised, our main feature for this week’s Comics Corner is the classic

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