Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: 2020 Halloween Special - 3 Tales of Terror

Sorry warm woolen mittens, but short stories, horror fiction, and comic books are a few of my favorite things. Lucky for me, Zenescope has combined all my favorites into a single comic book. As an added bonus, this special one-shot is coming out just in time for Halloween. The Grimm Tales of Terror Quarterly: 2020 Halloween Special, due to hit comic shops on October 21st, collects three original tales of terror.

Advance Review - Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia Vol. 1

Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are two of my favorite characters. I’ve read the lion’s share of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock novels and many of the works they inspired from later writers. I can practically quote the Guy Ritchie films. I’ve even portrayed Dr. Watson on stage and brought other Doyle characters to life in adaptations of classic radio dramas. So when I saw a Sherlock Holmes comic on the list of titles available to review this week, I was ecstatic.

Food Wars: Volume I – The Endless Wilderness – Review

Soma Yukihira wants to become Japan’s greatest chef. After years of apprenticing in his father’s restaurant, he’s sent to the prestigious Totsuki Saryo Culinary Institute. To get in, he must impress Erina Nakiri, the youngest member of the school’s governing body, the Council of Ten Masters. Erina has one of the most developed and highly respected palates in all of Japan. If Soma can’t impress her with his cooking, his dreams of culinary stardom will be over.

Followers – Review

Unlike my colleagues here at Center Field of Gravity, I’m not the biggest fan of Science-Fiction. Time travel stories make my head hurt. Space epics often feel unoriginal to me. Stories featuring robots or aliens rarely stand out from one another in my mind. The Sci-Fi stories I do find myself drawn to, however, are those that take place in the near future. In Followers, Megan Angelo describes a future that could become a reality within the next few decades.

The Wicked + The Divine: Book I – Review

We live in a world where celebrities receive more reverence than religious icons and ideology. Taylor Swift concerts sell out in minutes while church congregations dwindle. People follow the social media accounts of Kardashians while skipping past news of real world issues. We quote the stats of sports stars while religious texts gather dust on bookshelves. The Wicked + The Divine is a series as original as it is timely. It uses a new twist on mythology to reflect on the world we live in.
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