"Firefly" Gets Second Season (In Comic Books)

Dark Horse

It's taken over a decade but Browncoats will finally get their wish in January when the second season of Firefly debuts.

It won't be on TV.  Instead it will be on the pages of Dark Horse Comics.

Review: The Star Wars #2


The second issue of the much hyped series, The Star Wars hit the shelves of your local comics retailer recently. Continuing the story of George Lucas's first draft script for his 1977 blockbuster, the second issue of the Dark Horse series ups the ante. The Death Star has arrived and starts laying waste to General Skywalker's forces.

Review: The Star Wars #1


What if, instead of the beloved film that made it to the screen, we got the Star Wars that Lucas originally envisioned?

Dark Horse's The Star Wars shows us what could have been.

ElfQuest: Meet Wendy & Richard Pini


Slice's Exclusive Interview with ElfQuest creators Wendy and Richard Pini hosted by George Chase at Hypno Comics. For 35 years ElfQuest has entertained us, expanded our minds, and dazzled our eyes with brilliant, compelling artwork. Still recovering from Comic-Con, Wendy, Richard and George take time to reflect on ElfQuest's origins, the long story told, the business deals with publishers, breaking into the biz today, and Wendy has a brand new series to tell you about... and it's headed for Broadway! Living under a rock and not familiar with ElfQuest? Visit www.ElfQuest.com to come up to speed!

May Flowers


The saying is that April showers bring May flowers. True enough. May also brings us some more great choices in the graphic novel department. But along with flowers we also get weeds, and with them my first DNF review. Hey, it happens.

"The Star Wars" Sketches


Check out the latest from the galaxy far far away.

No Foolin'


Didn’t get all you were hoping for in your Easter Basket? Hop into this month’s reviews and see what tickled my fancy, or left me saying “April Fool”.

A Different Take on "A Galaxy Far, Far Away" Headed Our Way


Dark Horse Comics will give readers a very different take on Star Wars when it adapts George Lucas' original scripts for the film into a comic book later this year.

The Ides of Meh


March brings us more things I love, and our first Meh review. Actually, it’s a healthy helping of Meh (hey, they can’t all be winners, can they?). But we review and share anyway, because just because it didn’t work for me does not mean it won’t work for you. So, let’s roll.

Love and Other Philosophies

The Rabbi's Cat

Last month was all about things I loved. And even though February is "the month of love” (or so we're told), this month's set of reviews isn't all hearts and flowers. Oh, there are raves in here, to be sure, but there are also some raspberries coming, and not the kind that taste great with chocolate.