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    “THE NEW GHOSTBUSTERS” #1 (Comic Review)

    by: Svetlana Fedotov on: 2013-02-19 21:09:01

    The ghost hunting shenanigans of the four paranormal
    detectives known as GHOSTBUSTERS perfectly melded humor and horror into an
    iconic film still popular today as it was almost 30 years ago. It’s little
    wonder, then that the Ghostbusters has had such a huge marketing appeal,
    ranging anywhere from toys to cartoons, and leaving a very permanent mark on
    the comic market. The franchise has spent years floating from company to company
    (even making a pit stop at Tokyopop for a manga do-over), but it has recently
    planted its feet with industry bad boy IDW. THE NEW GHOSTBUSTERS picks up right
    where the IDW GHOSTBUSTERS left off, this time sending our boys in gray
    jumpsuits into a strange world possessed by the unknown.

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    “TALES OF FEAR #1″ (Comic Review)

    by: Svetlana Fedotov on: 2013-01-29 14:38:57

    Some say that the horror comic magazine is as dead as a
    week-old corpse, never to walk and love again. Few brave souls, however, have
    taken it upon themselves to ignore such opinions, attempting to give the forgotten
    medium another shock to its undead heart. Of course, who could really blame
    them? With comic companies re-printing every old mag they can find, the sudden
    rise in popularity for the classics has rekindled a love for all things
    “eerie.” Morality plays, ghoulish hosts, and dangerous women are back with a
    passion! TALES OF FEAR #1 is a recent addition, a one man’s pursuit to cut out
    a niche into the already huge cake of the horror world. Though the comic is
    kind of rough to look at, the passion that creator Gary Scott Beatty has for
    the bizarre clearly shines through.

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    “TO HELL YOU RIDE #2″ (Comic Review)

    by: Svetlana Fedotov on: 2013-01-28 14:42:50

    TO HELL YOU RIDE is a thirty-year dream come to life. As
    conjured up by Lance Henriksen in the cold mountains of pre-ski lodge Colorado,
    the work finally gets to see the light of day thanks to Dark Horse comics.
    Though it was first written out to be a movie script, it’s been smoothly translated
    over to the finer medium of word balloons with a seamless mix of writing and
    art. A story of old curses and even older families, TO HELL YOU RIDE is a rich
    tale of Native American spirituality and the evils of man on Earth.

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