Erik Evensen brings what could have been a rather generic take on the Sasquatch mythology to life with heart and humour.
Following on from a “director’s cut” of Chris Kent’s debut Medusa comes The Golem, which combines stage magic and the animated clay being of Jewish folklore.
Chris Nicholls declares his love for Jeph Loeb’s Spider-man: Blue.
‘A Very Civil Armageddon’ doesn’t quite match the heights of the TV show, but it captures the spy duo’s playful banter as well as the illogicality of their cases.
The market has been oversaturated with “adult” takes on Grimm’s fairy tales of late, but Porcelain has more than enough charm to justify its existence on any shelf.
Greg Rucka’s latest effort Lazarus takes place in a world no longer governed by nations or conglomerates but the Families, a handful of wealthy bloodlines who own the lands through military power and conflict.