• 52 Facts About DC, By The Numbers: October 2017, Week Four

    52 Facts About DC, By The Numbers: October 2017, Week Four0

    Or However Many I Feel Like, And They Might Not All Be Facts Welcome back to By The Numbers, the column where I count things in this week’s new comics from DC! This column will contain spoilers, but I’ll keep them as vague as possible while still amusing myself. Halloween in coming! Every night is Halloween!

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  • Wet Moon: Gothicly Reflect During Feeble Wanderings

    Wet Moon: Gothicly Reflect During Feeble Wanderings0

    I first picked up Wet Moon, a graphic novel series by Sophie Campbell, last year at the recommendation of a friend. When asked what it was about, my friend said, “It’s like, well, hmmm. People at college, with spooky?” After reading it I can better understand her elevator pitch predicament. There is a lot going

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  • Ulula Rides Again: Sex-Horror Fumetti Heroines to be Revived

    Ulula Rides Again: Sex-Horror Fumetti Heroines to be Revived0

    The 1970s and 1980s were a golden age for erotic-horror fumetti. The Italian comics scene played host to a range of monstrous anti-heroines from the werewolf Ulula to the vampiress Sukia, whose no-holds-barred adventures covered extremes of both sex and violence. But, as with so many other genres, this body of work shrank away as

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  • And Then They Died: Sean Poppe’s Cackling Horror Comics

    And Then They Died: Sean Poppe’s Cackling Horror Comics0

    Disclaimer: This review is based on a review copy provided by the cartoonist. Short horror fiction has perhaps the widest reach of all genres. Campfires, midnight radio, parody advertisements, pulp fiction for eight-year-olds, and anthology television all boast a firm ground in the genre-format. Readers and viewers alike love the twist in the tale that so

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