SWEET HEART #1 - Action Lab Unleashes Terror Upon Unsuspecting Readers 1

SWEET HEART #1 – Action Lab Unleashes Terror Upon Unsuspecting Readers

Sweet Heart – The Hunger is real Sweet Heart is an upcoming series from Action Lab that blends the ever present fear and impending doom from something like “It Follows” with creatures that could absolutely fit with the host of terrifying monsters of the SCP Foundation.  [wp-review] This issue follows the life of a boy … Read more

GOING TO THE CHAPEL TPB – You can Run but you can't Bride 2

GOING TO THE CHAPEL TPB – You can Run but you can’t Bride

Do You Accept This Comic As Your Lawfully Readed Entertainment? Dear reader, now that spring is almost upon us, we can officially say that bonding season is about to begin. To start this new era of excessive pheromones and nature-forced feelings of love, we will get together and enjoy a nice imagination-based exercise in which … Read more

Chainsaw Reindeer - Right There in the Title 4

Chainsaw Reindeer – Right There in the Title

Chainsaw Reindeer – Right There in the Title Santa’s Most Trusted Steeds We all know about Santa’s reindeer, the magical and flying deer that helps Santa get around the world. They usually include Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Dunder, and Blixem. There are, of course, stories that focus on them and can even show … Read more

Cold Blood Samurai, Action Lab Comics, Anthropomorphic, Frogs, Samurai, Japan, Feudal

[REVIEW] Cold Blood Samurai #2 Boasts Intense Ferocity

Cold Blood Samurai… Starring Anthropomorphic Frogs!? Sure, there’s a scene where one of the bad guys has his enemy’s head sliced clean off. But the cold-blood of these samurais is actually in a literal sense. The setting may be feudal Japan, but its inhabitants are frogs, lizards, and crabs. Whom I assume is the title … Read more

Black Betty, Rockabilly, Action, Horror, Action Lab Comics

[REVIEW] Black Betty #8 Is Rockabilly Action Horror & its Delicious

Black Betty probably shouldn’t work – but it does! On the surface, Black Betty #8 appears to be a perfect genre mash up of two things I personally truly adore – Rockabilly style, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And just like Buffy, it shouldn’t work – but it does. It’s a ridiculous concept handled seriously, … Read more