Geek-o-rama Reviews Killing Wirth, Says Art Better Than Many Mainline Titles! Why should you risk reading Killing Wirth? Geek-o-Rama reviews Killing Wirth! more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Leave on the Light #1 Leave on the Light #1 CoverFollowing on from Bloodpop, Bradley Golden brings us another horror/thriller in this return to his successful genre. more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Gretel #1 From the files of GEEKORAMA for which I occasionally review: Zenescope fleshes out the Grimm Universe with an in depth look at Gretel. And flesh is the right word. This is not for the younger audience. more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Dark Daylight Day #1 Dark Daylight Day CoverSpiritual horror Dark Daylight Day landed in a swirl of unrelated controversy and I honestly forgot I had it. I opened it and devoured the tale of the arrival of the Darkspear of the Nothing! Are you up for a trip into the Dark Daylight. more

Indie Comic Suggestion: Into The Darkness The long awaited first issue of Into The Darkness has arrived! This story has been brewing in the creator’s mind for 20 years. But is it a buy, you ask? more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Blood Pop Blood PopRepeat Indy Comic-offender Bradley Golden brings us a horror standard between the covers of Blood Pop (formerly Timmy Lala). For horror fans, this is a buy. Now, how do I tell you that without spoiling it. more

Indy Comic Suggestion: No One Left To Save Alan Cole's advance copy of No One Left To Save arrived in our hands and presents the unusual story line of a superhero like Superman in a world over come by zombies. Does he go mad or just leave for another planet? more

Indy Comic Suggestion:Heavyweight Messiah #1 This week we review Heavyweight Messiah #1. Picture it, a man who is convinced that he is Jesus Christ and lumbers into a boxing ring to save people through violence. How does it end? more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Zodiak, a color manga This week we review Zodiak #1, #2 , and #3. Formatted as a color manga in a mini comic footprint. The story and art by Tam feel like an homage to Sailor Moon. The question is, does she succeed? more

Indy Comic Suggestion: Goth Ghost Girl #1 Goth Ghost Girl #1 is a buy, right out of the gate with 44-pages for 7.00 US. John Schlim, Jr. brings a charming book of sweetly told horror stories. This is an anthology that doesn’t seem too committed to any sort of order of events, but that’s okay in an entertaining Twilight Zone kind of way. Goth Ghost Girl #1 Published by Ovation Comics, [ Facebook| @OvationComics Genre: Horror, Comedy Writer: John Schlim, Jr Artist: Sergio Quijada, Francisco Munoz Letters: Bernardo Brice And if you don’t want any spoilers stop right here. Ghost chicken. more