Dee Cunniffe

Her Infernal Descent #4 cover by Kyle Charles and Dee Cunniffe

Her Infernal Descent #4 Review: Another Emotionally Powerful Issue

Lynn is wondering a vast white void with no idea where to go or where she even is. Eventually, she finds a hotel under construction by angels. They are renovating this portion of Hell to expand Heaven. After she finally escapes this place, she is plunged into a realm of violence and pain which leads […]

Animosity #15 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo

Animosity #15 Review: A Powerful Backstory Issue

We learn the life story of Kyle and how he came to be the man he is. He was a victim of human trafficking and only saved because the boat carrying he and the other victims wrecked just off shore. He was put into the adoption system, and he was often left behind. He noticed […]

Lost City Explorers #2 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo

Lost City Explorers #2 Review: Teen Angst Adventure

Helena is trying to convince her brother and her friends that their father isn't dead and was working on a massive exploration project for Sagan Labs. She thinks he was on the trail of Atlantis, and, understandably, Homer and the others are apprehensive. Despite that, she convinces them that they need to investigate their father's […]

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Skybound Brings Die!Die!Die! Figures, Walking Dead, and More to SDCC

Skybond always has tons of great exclusives for collectors at SDCC, and this year will be no different. After today's surprise comic release, Die!Die!Die! also has surprise action figures coming. Redneck and Walking Dead get exclusive variant covers, Superfight gets a new deck, new Con Red Flags, and more. Let's dive in! That's right–not only […]

Punk's Not Dead #5 cover by Martin Simmonds

Punk's Not Dead #5 Review: Dorothy's Grand 1960's Adventure

We learn Dorothy's career from years ago. She used to be a freelance hunter of the paranormal who took frequent dips in the Fountain of Youth, but a particularly intense case aged her to look as she does now. This is when she joined up with the British government. In the present, Fergie and Sid […]

Her Infernal Descent #2 cover by Kyle Charles and Jordan Boyd

Her Infernal Descent #2 Review: Hell Gets Kafkaesque

Lynn stands before Judge Franz Kafka as he deliberates on the fate of the sinners that stand before him. He sends her to the back of a line of multitudes, and William Blake rejoins her. She is unwilling to wait the eternity it would take for the line to move, so she has Blake help […]

Animosity #14 cover by Rafael de la Torre and Marcelo Maiolo

Animosity #14 Review: The Tragedy of Watching a Dog Ponder Mortality

Kyle has taken Jesse, and Sandor will do anything necessary to get his child back. Kyle is afraid of Sandor and believes that Jesse is not safe living with the animals in their herd. Kyle gets a significant lead on Sandor though, as the fight at the Old Gold Dam has left a great many […]

Punk's Not Dead #4 cover by Martin Simmonds

Punk's Not Dead #4 Review: Instant Club Hit

Culpepper and Asif investigate the case of the perpetually dancing geriatrics at the Wigan Casino. Fergie and Sid show up too, as Fergie is convinced that he and Sid are somehow responsible. Culpepper spots Sid in the crowd and recognizes the spirit. Punk's Not Dead #4 further establishes the importance of Dorothy Culpepper to this […]

Redneck #12 cover by Nick Pitarra

Redneck #12 Review: Vampires in Waco, Texas

The police have surrounded the Landry house. Phil Bowman offers to talk down the Landry's, whom are becoming more restless by the minute. Phil makes a ploy which causes all hell to break loose, pushing the Landry's into both the police line and the eldest Bowman's sniper fire. Is that enough to turn the tide? […]

Punk's Not Dead #3 cover by Martin Simmonds

Punk's Not Dead #3 Review: Crows Asking for Boys

Natalie confronts Fergie about their shared dream, and she's not especially happy about it. Fergie and Sid continue to explore their abilities together. Culpepper and Asif continue to investigate the rise in supernatural happenings around London. People are dancing in the streets. Punk's Not Dead #3 shows how hard this book is looking to lean […]

Her Infernal Descent #1 cover by Kyle Charles

Her Infernal Descent #1 Review: Lynn's Inferno or Blake's Divine Comedy

Lynn's family has left her alone. They passed away some time ago. She stays in the house and cleans, lost in her endless misery. However, poet William Blake shows up in her attic one day, and he offers Lynn a chance to see her family again so long as she can traverse the very depths […]

Redneck #11 cover by Nick Pitarra

Redneck #11 Review: Dark Origins and Great Betrayals

Perry frees Bartlett, and the pair escape through the woods. When they get to a hiding spot, Perry demands that Bartlett tells her what she is and how she came into this family. Bartlett reveals the dark story to her. Perry's origins in Redneck #11 are harrowing indeed, and you get new insight into her […]

Punk's Not Dead #2 cover by Martin Simmonds

Punk's Not Dead #2 Review: God Save the Queen? She Ain't a Human Being

Fergie has some graphic dreams about a girl in his class. Later, he and Sid continue to get along, learn more about why they're stuck together, and the bizarre powers Fergie exhibited in the schoolyard fight. Elsewhere, Culpepper and her new partner try to oust a political ghost. Punk's Not Dead #2 continues to develop […]

Eugenic #3 Review: The Horror Ends with a Look at the Horrors of Ignorance

Eugenic #3 from BOOM! Studios by James Tynion IV, Eryk Donovan, Dee Cunniffe, and Jim Campbell ends this series, and the triptych of doom that has been Memetic, Cognetic and now this, Eugenic. Each had presented a truly dark, disturbing and unique look at the end of the world, but with Eugenic, Tynion IV and […]

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The Wicked + The Divine #33 Review: A Stunning, Game-Changing Issue

The Wicked + The Divine #33 from Image Comics by Kieron Gillen, Jamie McKelvie, Matthew Wilson, Clayton Cowles, and Dee Cunniffe is going to be a tough one to review without spoilers, but I'm going to try. What I will say is that this issue is a game changer. And damned if I don't admit […]


Eugenic #2 Review: The Future Looks Dark, Depressing And Distressingly Familiar

Eugenic #2 from Boom! Studios and by James Tynion IV, Eryk Donovan, Dee Cunniffe and Jim Campbell continues the teams epic look at a new nightmare end of humanity scenario. For this wishing to remain unspoiled, beware, this review will contain some spoilers for the issue. The last issue set up that during a deadly […]