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Carnage #16 – REVIEW

It’s been a wild and at times unending ride from start to finish, but after fourteen months we’ve come to the end of Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins’s tale with Carnage #16. The

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Carnage #14 – REVIEW

Carnage is certainly one of the more out of left field books that Marvel is currently publishing, and this issue continues that tradition in spades. With second-person narration, unholy conceptions, and

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Carnage #11 – REVIEW

Carnage #11 is a breath of fresh air. With a Marvel-wide soft-reboot expected at the end of Civil War II, no sight of Carnage in the list of titles to fly under the new

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Carnage #10 – REVIEW

Fans looking for a higher energy dose of creepy comic horror will likely be pleased with Carnage #10. This latest offering from Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins improves upon many

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Carnage #5 – REVIEW

As enjoyable as the Carnage ride has been thus far, the fifth issue presented a major test for the series: how would a book starring a character that has never been able

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Carnage #3 – REVIEW

The next time Gerry Conway updates his resume, he can add a new skill to his repertoire: “can expertly write comic book stories for today’s ‘waiting for the trade’ audiences.”

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Carnage #2 – REVIEW

“The Silence of the Lambs” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” can both be classified as “horror” movies, though both clearly represent two wildly different takes on the genre. The former

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Villain Spotlight: Man-Wolf

I have always been a huge fan of the 1941 film “The Wolf Man,” starring Lon Chaney Jr. There was something fascinating about the personal torture he went through, coupled

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