Constantine: The Hellblazer Provides Jumping-On Point for TV Fans

If dug the very short-lived Constantine TV series, and want to follow more of the character's adventures, you should be checking out Constantine: The Hellblazer. It's a prefect series to dive into the character with, as it requires no prior knowledge of the character, and there's enough of the spirit of the TV show to feel familiar. James Tynion IV and Ming Doyle have crafted a first story arc that provides an interesting mystery while giving us a look at John Constantine's origin as well. The simple set up is that Constantine is haunted by the ghosts of every[...]


Sabrina is Scary as Hell

When I say "Sabrina the Teenage Witch," what image comes to mind for you? This one? Or this one? Or perhaps even this one? Well, unless you've been reading her most recent comic series, I'm guessing it's not this one: If you haven't checked in on everyone's favorite teenage witch lately, you may have missed the memo--Sabrina is scary as hell. In fact, through four issues, I can honestly say Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is one of the scariest, most disturbing comics I've read in years. And if your familiarity with her is through the late 1990s TV show,[...]


The Curious Case of Annabelle, the Possessed Doll?

Good morning, spooky people. Today I'd like to introduce you to two prominent figures in the paranormal community. You've probably already heard of them if you've sat through Poltergeist, The Amityville Horror, The Haunted, or The Haunting in Connecticut. You know all those times that you settle in for a good scare, and the opening sequence informs you that the movie you're about to watch is based on a true story? A few of these accounts happily point back to a couple of folks who made it their life's work to document these cases. While the film adaptations[...]