NEW REVIEW: Garth Ennis & Mike Wolfer - Stitched: Volume 1 (2013)

January 15, 2018
If you enjoy a good violent and gory graphic novel, then you’re probably already more than familiar with the work of Garth Ennis.  DLS Reviews have been working through a number of Ennis’ offerings.  Next up Ennis’ ‘Stitched: Volume One’ (2013) does under the scalpel.

Shuffling undead wreaking havoc in Eastern Afghanistan.  What’s not to like?...

 

NEW REVIEW: Mike Duke - Warm, Dark Places Are Best (2017)

January 6, 2018
So, who fancies ruining your night’s sleep for the next week or two?  Who has some weird desire to put yourself into a messed-up scenario where you’ll literally be squirming in your seat from phobia-inducing terror?  For some weird reason, god alone knows why, I’m pretty sure almost one-hundred-percent of the horror genre readership will be going “yeah…I’ll give that a go”.  And I don’t blame you all.  I’m just like you.  I crave that stuff.  Well, from a horror novel at lea...

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NEW REVIEW: Matt Hawkins - Postal: Volume One (2015)

January 4, 2018
Second review of the day!  This time for Matt Hawkins and Bryan Hill’s gritty graphic novel ‘Postal: Volume One’ (2015).  For those not already familiar with the series – it’s a gritty mystery/thriller somewhat akin to Mark Frost and David Lynch’s ‘Twin Peaks’ only with a hard-as-nails criminal undertone pumping through its veins.  Good stuff!


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NEW REVIEW: J.R. Park - Death Dreams In A Whorehouse (2017)

January 4, 2018
It’s the first book review of 2018 from DLS Reviews!  And what better way to kick start the year than with a collection of blood-soaked short stories from British author J.R. Park.

Park’s ‘Death Dreams In A Whorehouse’ (2017) offer up nine truly superb horror short stories that showcase the diversity and imagination of this veritable master of pulp and speculative fiction...


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NEW REVIEW: Edgar Allan Poe - The Murders In The Rue Morgue - Graphic Novel (2013)

January 1, 2018
Continuing with the graphic novel reviews, next up we have Carl Bowen’s graphic novel adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic murder mystery short story ‘The Murders In The Rue Morgue’ (2013)…


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NEW REVIEW: David F. Walker - The Army Of Dr. Moreau (2015)

December 31, 2017
Okay so yesterday when I said that review was going to be the last to appear on DLS Reviews in 2017 I was wrong.  We’ve managed to squeeze in a final review in 2017 – this time for David F. Walker’s graphic novel ‘The Army Of Dr. Moreau’ (2015).

It’s a classic sci-fi / horror premise that builds on the notion that H.G. Wells’ novel was largely based on fact rather than fiction.  Plenty of high-octane action and bloodshed amongst a fast paced and convincing plot.  That’s proper ...

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NEW REVIEW: John Woo & Garth Ennis - 7 Brothers (2007)

December 30, 2017

Very probably the last review of 2017, DLS Reviews provides a full dissection of John Woo and Garth Ennis’ reimagining of a classic Chinese legend with their graphic novel ‘7 Brothers’ (2007)…


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NEW REVIEW: Stephen Lloyd Jones - The Disciple (2016)

December 29, 2017
With 2017 drawing to a close, what better time to read a novel incorporating ideas of a prophesised apocalypse and a revelation that will change humanity forever…if we survive to see it through that is!

DLS Reviews gives British author Stephen Lloyd Jones’ novel ‘The Disciple’ (2016) a full dissection…


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NEW REVIEW: Joshua Williamson - Nailbiter: Volume Three (2015)

December 26, 2017
Two reviews in one day!  Oh yes, it’s been a damn fine Boxing Day over here at DLS HQ.  And we couldn’t leave the ‘Nailbiter’ series where it was.

So next up on the DLS dissection table we have ‘Nailbiter: Volume Three – Blood In The Water’ (2015).  And things are finally beginning to come together in the town that breeds serial killers…


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NEW REVIEW: Joshua Williamson - Nailbiter: Volume Two (2015)

December 26, 2017
With our bellies full of Christmas food and booze, what better time to lounge on the sofa and churn through the next instalment of Joshua Williamson’s horror mystery ‘Nailbiter’ graphic novel series.  And with ‘Nailbiter: Volume Two - Bloody Hands’ (2015) things are getting mighty weird…


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