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Creepy New Coloring Book From IDW!

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The Beauty of Horror, creator and Life of Agony bassist/songwriter Alan Robert releases his followup; The Beauty of Horror 2: Ghouliana’s Creepatorium – Another GOREgeous Coloring Book. Dubbed the creepiest coloring book ever, Robert continues to explore the dark side this 88 page DIY horror book. Out this September, published by IDW. Please follow and like us:

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Atari & IDW Games Hook Up!

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IDW Games and arcade game pioneer Atari have had a baby together…well maybe not, but have down something cool. According to a joint press release; “…IDW Games, announced today that they have entered into a partnership to produce a line of tabletop games based on several classic Atari videogame titles. Centipede®, Asteroids®, and Missile Command® are all headed to the …

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Review: Joe Hill: The Graphic Novel Collection

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Joe Hill, like is father, Stephen King is a horror storytelling master. Unfortunately, he also looks like him. Seriously, King, based on his looks, was destined either to be the lead of a singer of Eddie Money cover band or transmit creepy stories onto paper. Luckily, for us, he choose the later. (I Love You Mr. King! Don’t Curse Me!) …

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Review: REVOLUTIONARIES #1

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I’m cheating a bit here because I still have a few issues left to droll over to finish up the epic Revolution event, that Revolutionaries jumps off from, but if I don’t get a review out Bub won’t tell me where my family is… So here we go… I don’t want to spoil the end of the Revolution for those …

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Review: ROM: Revolution #1

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ROM, space knight entrenched in the interstellar hunt for Dire Wraiths, has found his way to Earth. For 200 years, as a member of the Solstar Order, the Elonia native son has tried to stop the destruction of planets from these vile creatures. ROM: Revolution #1 leads into the events of Revolution #1 (also released this month by IDW) as …

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Review: REVOLUTION #1

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Ever wondered what a world where G.I. Joe, Transformers, ROM, Action Man, and M.A.S.K. square off and team up would look like? Wonder no more! IDW launches Revolution this September and it is filled to the brim with action, excitement and everything you’d want from your favorite titles. Revolution #1 picks up with Ian Noble(Action Man) and Agent Terrance Salmons …

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Interview with Devin Faraci

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Hey Geeks! Recently, I was able to snag a few minutes with geek-critic pioneer Devin Faraci. Devin’s is one of those writers that everyone seems to have an opinion on, and Devin always has an opinion just about everything. While I don’t always agree with the bearded one, I never miss his articles. Despite your views on his viewpoint, his …

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Interview: IDW’s REVOLUTION Creative Team-John Barber & Fico Ossio!

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IDW’s epic Hasbro toy crossover Revolution is one of the biggest comic events for the year. It’s Yuuugee! GI Joe, Transformers, M.A.S.K.: Mobile Armored Strike Kommand, Rom, Micronauts, and Action Man sharing the same multiverse for the first time ever. The ten-year old me just had a stroke over the possibilities. This geek was lucky enough to talk to two …

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Interview: Comic Writer Michael Benedetto: Tales From The Darkside, Drive

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Hey Nerds! A few backs the first of four issues of Joe Hill’s Tales From the Darkside comic hit stand. It’s based off his ill-fated TV pitch to resurrect the series. I loved it. Great art from Gabriel Rodriguez and plenty of good weirdness.  Writer/editor Michael Benedetto, whom adapted Hill’s script was nice enough to take some time and chat with SJP …