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Review: The Steam Man #1

The Old West, but not as we know it. Giant steam-powered robots are created to take down invading Martians and armies of killer albino apes in an all-out brawl. 206 more words


5 Hidden Horror Comic Gems

Tis the season we celebrate good old H-A-double-L-O—yeah, you know the rest—across the eerie, pumpkin-strewn landscape of America in late October. It’s also the best time of year to immerse yourself in ghouls, goblins, and Great Old Ones, whether on film or leaping out at you from the pages of a comic book. 24 more words

Halloween Post: My Favorite Short Stories in the Horror Genre

Happy Halloween!!! <3 Allow me to celebrate this special day by sharing with you ten of my favorite horror/dark fantasy short stories. My tastes range from quiet horror to splatter. 587 more words


The Steam Man #1 (Dark Horse)

Rating: 4/5 – The Steam Man Against Martians, Monsters and Vampires!
By ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas.

It’s the year 1899 and as the narration opens, it was four years previous that the Steam Man was built. 331 more words


Preview: STEAM MAN #1 (OF 5)

Dark Horse bring us tale tale written by Mark Alan Miller, with art by Joe R. Lansdale and Piotr Kowalski:

The Old West, but not as we know it. 59 more words


#19: The Bottoms

The Bottoms

by Joe R. Lansdale

A thriller with echoes of William Faulkner and Harper Lee, The Bottoms is classic American storytelling in its truest, darkest, and more affecting form. 339 more words

Book Review

Early Review: The Steam Man #1

The Steam Man is a new action-packed comic which interestingly mixes science fiction and the old west. Set in 1899, three monster hunters control a giant steam-powered robot which was built-in order to fight armies and many more otherworldly creatures. 296 more words