Event Review: San Diego Comic Fest and Ethno-Horror

By Adam Bicksler

Comic-FestIn the middle of October, I had the pleasure of attending San Diego’s very own Comic Fest. In its third year, “the San Diego Comic Fest is the friendly comic convention with a casual atmosphere and an intimate scale that allows fans to mingle directly with professionals and exhibitors. It’s the place where you can indulge your love of comics, science fiction, and films, and meet an outstanding array of professional creators without high-priced tickets, crowding, or long lines.” This is not meant to be a dig at Comicon, merely a draw to attract con-goers. Continue reading


Book Review: DC Comics’ Injustice Gods Among Us

By Jessica Wright


A new story for the ages!

The latest Batman/Superman revamp, Injustice Gods Among Us, was released in two parts earlier this year as a prequel to the hit video game. Each hardcover volume, of which there are two thus far, contains 6 parts of the series where our favorite comic superheroes and heroines, villains and worlds have been recreated in some very unexpected ways. The amazing artwork and provocative storyline makes this graphic series an addictive page-turner. Continue reading