Paige rejoins Fandomania after taking a two-year hiatus to get her Master's degree in Media, Culture and Communication from NYU. She still has an unnatural love of coffee, Bob's Burgers, and Robert Downey, Jr. She writes mostly about comic books, particularly horror, science fiction and fantasy titles, and will read just about anything that involves zombies. You can find Paige on Twitter, where she likes to Tweet about things like Sharktopus, porn stars, and Hack/Slash.
For those readers unfamiliar with the series, Deathmatch is a BOOM! Studios title launched in October of 2012 and billed as “The superhero battle royale you can’t get from Marvel or DC!” According to the series description, which I’ll quote directly Read More
The fifth installment in Mike Carey’s ongoing series, Suicide Risk, hit shelves on September 4th, and without a doubt it is by far the best issue of the series released to date. In a break from the ongoing storyline established in issues #1-4, Suicide Read More
The Master and his followers have taken over New York City. Manhattan is infested. The fate of the world hangs in the balance, with only small, disorganized, or largely delusional pockets of resistance standing against the onslaught of the plague. Until Read More
It’s a buddy cop movie. Except instead of a movie, it’s a comic book series. And instead of cops, Nick and Tree are vampires. Okay, so maybe Blood Brothers isn’t really like a buddy cop movie at all. But Nick and Tree, the series’ protagonists, are best Read More
In a world where superheroes are bought, not made, and most heroes succumb to the glamour of supervillainy rather than keeping to the straight and narrow of crime fighting, being a true hero is akin to being suicidal. Note: This recap may contain Read More
Even with Tim Seeley still at the helm, eight years and a change in publisher almost guarantees major changes in a comic book series, and I’m glad to see that Tim is keeping things fun and hasn’t fallen victim to the monotony that can accompany comic Read More
I’m not usually one to chastise comic book illustrators for the way they sexualize and objectify women. That said, I couldn’t in good conscience write a review of Grimm Fairy Tales: Myths & Legends #16 without mentioning two illustrations that I found Read More
Myths & Legends #15 is the conclusion to the series’s four-part “Beauty and the Beast” story arc that began in issue #12 when readers were introduced to Jeff and Jenna. As always, I recommend Zenescope’s Myths & Legends series to anyone that enjoys the Read More
Based on Fatale #1, it looks like Image has another winner on its hands, and I’m sure the next few issues will be as good as the first, if not even better after being liberated from laying the groundwork for the series by this first issue. Read More
I have an unnatural fascination with Hitler. And anything that involves femme fatales. It makes perfect sense, then, that I jumped on the opportunity to review Vescell #5, which is subtitled “Hitler’s a Bitch” and described on Image’s website as pitting Read More
This holiday season Grimm Fairy Tales puts a new spin on the Charles Dickens classic A Christmas Carol when the ever-creative Sela Mathers attempts to teach a future princess of Myst a valuable lesson about caring, sharing, and the consequences of Read More
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