I don’t read as many European comics as I would like, but here’s one! Let’s give it a look!
I’m back with reviews of some story arcs and trades, a book, and some of my patented interminable rambling about things no one cares about! Let’s get to it!
Close your eyes and retrieve the memories of the the wholesome family show Sabrina the Teenage Witch from the mid nineties. The show where a half-witch/half mortal played by Melissa Joan Hart dominated the hearts of the ABC Family audience as she pranced about her room magicking various outfits upon herself as her talking cat, Salem, makes some witty remark. There was a laugh track, pastel colored walls, and a pair of sweet doting aunts. With eyes still closed, imagine darkness steadily falling upon this serene show. Then peel it back to reveal the horrors just behind it. That is the current era of Sabrina with The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comics.
I enjoy checking out the Big Event comics from DC and Marvel every so often, so this week I picked up Dark Nights: Metal, the next big one from DC. Join me in breaking it down, won’t you?
Michael May and Jason Copland bring us Kill All Monsters!, which is about … well, killing monsters. Don’t read too much into the title!
Mistaken Identity is a clever rumination on who we are, who we were, and who we hope to be. Let’s take a look!
Loved & Lost is the latest anthology from A Wave Blue World, and I’m here to review it!