Throwback Review: Down a Dark Hall by Lois Duncan

Rebound by Sagebrush, October, 1999 ISBN: 0881035122 Available: New and Used Lois Duncan presents us with a chilling Gothic nightmare in Down a Dark Hall. Kit is starting eighth grade at the very exclusive Blackwood School. It’s so exclusive there are only three other students! A local tells Kit there are rumors that the house the […]

Book List: 21st Century Lovecraftian Fiction

A lot of people have had limited (or no) exposure to the work of H.P. Lovecraft. Maybe they’ve seen those memes that go around at election time that say “Cthulhu for President: Choose The Lesser of Two Evils”, or have an adorable tentacled plushie, but that doesn’t mean they have ever actually read his stuff […]

Book Review: Injection, Volume 1 by Warren Ellis, art by Declan Shalvey

Injection, Volume 1 by Warren Ellis, art by Declan Shalvey Image Comics, 2015 ISBN: 9781632154798 Available:  Paperback, Kindle edition, and comiXology ebook Injection centers around five eccentric geniuses dealing with the paranormal, and the consequences they must face after inflicting The Injection on the planet. Years earlier, Maria Kilbride founded the Cross Culture-Contamination Unit (CCCU), funded through […]

Book Review: H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories, adaptation and art by Gou Tanabe, translated by Zach Davisson

H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories, adaptation and art by Gou Tanabe, translated by Zach Davisson Dark Horse, 2017 ISBN: 9781506703121 Available: print Gou Tanabe, known in Japan for using manga to adapt literary works, has adapted three tales of the macabre in H.P. Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories. This volume includes “The Temple,” “The […]

TV Review: The Gifted S1 E3- eXodus

*From here on out I might be including spoilers. Reader beware. In our last episode Alpha Dad Reed Strucker struck a deal with Sentinel Services (mutant hunters) to betray the identities of the member of the Mutant Underground (and the location of their secret headquarters) in exchange for the safety of his family. Because a […]

Book Review: Buffy: The High School Years: Parental Parasite by Kel McDonald, art by Yishan Li

Buffy: The High School Years: Parental Parasite by Kel McDonald, art by Yishan Li Dark Horse Comics, 2017 ISBN: 9781506703046 Available: print, Kindle, and comiXology ebook Into every generation, a slayer is born: one girl in all the world, a chosen one. So begins the story of Buffy, Angel, Giles, Willow, and Xander chasing down a […]

Book Review: My Grandmother Told Me To Tell You She’s Sorry

My Grandmother Told Me To Tell You She’s Sorry by Fredrik Backman Atria Books, 2016 ISBN-13: 9781501160486 Available: Hardcover/Kindle edition/Audio Download/Compact Disc   Elsa is seven, “going on eight”. Her world looks bleak: she is too mature for her age. and is bullied and friendless at school.  Elsa’s parents are divorced.  She lives with her mother, […]

TV Review: iZombie season 1

Liv Moore (*rimshot*) was an overachiever headed straight for a prestigious career as a heart surgeon and a wonderful life as the wife of perfect, sweet heart throb Major Lilywhite. (Yup, enjoy the puns, folks.) And then, after being encouraged to loosen up, Liv attends a party that ends in a zombie mini-pocalypse. Liv is […]

Interview with David Gallaher, Author of High Moon

Reviewer Lizzy Walker had the opportunity to interview David Gallaher, author of  the werewolf Western graphic novel series High Moon, just in time for the full moon… Look for our review of volume 1 of High Moon, coming soon! You’ll definitely want to check it out after you read what David has to say!   LW: I’m familiar with […]