There’s never a dull moment in the twisting netherworld of The Black Monday Murders, is there? This new arc starts out with a slow burn of action, but a whole ton of information is thrust our way. In other words, The Black Monday Murders #5 is light on murder (which is actually an important note […]
I always knew Archibald was one of the most cunning adversaries in the pre-apocalypse. I didn’t know he was the most ruthless.
Watching LeVay’s machinations fall around her never stops being delightful.
The last several years have been good for comic books, and I’m sure we both uttered this phrase at least once or twice within the last five years, but it feels especially apt this year: This was a damn good year for comics. Between DC and Marvel reinventing and reforging their image, and Image and […]
Just when I think Jonathan Hickman’s The Black Monday Murders has reached its apex of awesome and horrifying, the series up the ante by half. The Black Monday Murders #3 feels like the official plunge into the depths of madness, as if the issues prior to this were just flirting with it. Oh, did I […]