Based on the award-winning Fables comic book series by Bill Willingham comes The Wolf Among Us, a dark, brutally violent, and mature take on the characters and creatures of fairytale and legend. Werewolf fans not only get to read about Bigby Wolf, the badass werewolf, now they get to play him! AWESOME! Check out the…Continue readingVideo Game Series Based on ‘FABLES’ is Coming! Watch Trailer!
A long while back I wrote about Zenescope Comics’ werewolf mini-series Grimm Fairy Tales: Werewolves: The Hunger, and now, two out of the three issues are out and ready for your reading pleasure. Thanks to my professor letting class out early, I got a little time to read Issue #1. Check out my thoughts below.…Continue readingGrimm Fairy Tales presents Werewolves: The Hunger
A curse. A world of werewolves. A sky with a moon that is always full. That is what awaits readers in Age of the Wolf, a story arc found in the comic 2000 AD, by writer Alec Worley and artist Jon Davis-Hunt. This comic trilogy is coming to an end soon – and I am…Continue readingAge of the Wolf
Hiya Readers! As some of you know, I like to support werewolf-y Kickstarter projects every now and then. Today I bring you a new one! The Scarlet Huntress Anthology by Sean Forney. It’s a comic series about a badass woman who hunts werewolves. Check out the details below. From the Kickstarter page: “Scarlet Huntress battles…Continue readingThe Scarlet Huntress Needs You
Coming this summer from award-winning writer and artist Arthur de Pins is Zombillenium: Gretchen. This awesome graphic novel has already been released elsewhere (France), but it’s coming to the US and Canada on August 1st. Woo! Check out the details on this comic below. Description: “Francis von Bloodt, a vampire and good family man, operates…Continue reading‘Zombillenium: Gretchen’ Coming This Summer
The comic series! Flesh and Blood the comic series, not actual flesh and blood. I’m not a disturbed creeper. Anyway! I stumbled across this seemingly awesome graphic novel, but alas, I don’t have the cash to get it (stupid bills, stupid adulthood). So instead of having the pleasure of reading this comic, I shall write…Continue readingI Want Flesh and Blood
The comic Alabaster: Wolves by Caitlín R. Kiernan has been on my to-read list for ages, and at long last, I’ve given it a read. Alabaster: Wolves is a kind of spinoff of Kiernana’s earlier stories. Her character Dancy Flammarion existed in those earlier works as a demon slayer, but now she is here in…Continue readingThe Dark and Intriguing World of Alabaster: Wolves
It’s a slow news day Dear Readers, so I bring you another book post. Good thing we love books. Alpha and Omega: Cry Wolf: Volume Two by Patricia Briggs is coming out soon, May 7, 2013 to be exact. Hurray for werewolf comics! Check out the details. Description: “A world of shapeshifting wolves comes vividly…Continue readingComing Soon: Alpha and Omega: Cry Wolf: Volume Two
This was originally going to be a plea to help fund the kickass comic project Mongrel: SOB via Kickstarter, but when I went to write this post I discovered that not only had the project met its goal, it exceeded it. Woo! That means that we have a new werewolf graphic novel on the way!…Continue readingBadass ‘Mongrel: S.O.B.’ Graphic Novel is Stalking Your Way
Recently released digitally is the compelling 6-issue comic series Anathema. The second I saw it on my Kindle comic shop I had to read it. What I discovered was a dark tale of supernatural horror, regret and redemption. Description: “A young woman must travel to the darkest corners of the earth and face off against…Continue readingReview of Anathema Issue #1
Kick ass news for my fellow comic book junkies! Zenescope Comics is having a huge comic book event, titled Unleased, which involves the release of multiple new horror comic series, including a werewolf series titled The Hunger! Check out the details on Unleashed below. From the Zenoscope website: “Zenescope Entertainment has announced plans for a…Continue readingZenescope Comics Releasing an All New Werewolf Series!
Fun fact about me: I am a huge Buffy the Vampire Slayer fangirl. I love Buffy! On that note… While scanning the magical interwebs I discovered a Buffy comic I never knew existed, a 3-issue miniseries about Oz! Yay! Released in 2001, Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Oz takes place after the Season 4 episode “Wild…Continue readingReview of Dark Horse Comics’ ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Oz’
I recently came across Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity, a bizarre werewolf comic, one that was possibly made while the creator was under the influence of some sort of hallucinogen. It’s an odd comic. I just finished reading Issue #1, check out my review of this unique comic below. Description: “Sexica and her Werewolf boyfriend…Continue readingReview of Multiple Warheads: Alphabet To Infinity #1
Zenescope is known for their incredibly sexy women in their hot comic series. I have been waiting to get my hands on the first Issue of their popular Grimm Fairy Tales for quite some time (I love me some sexy comics), and at long last I have it! Description of Grimm Fairy Tales Issue #1:…Continue readingReview of the Sexy Grimm Fairy Tales Issue #1
Good news werewolf fans! Veteran producer Edward R. Pressman has optioned the rights to Archaia Entertainment’s popular werewolf graphic novel Feeding Ground. That means we have another werewolf film on the way! Alfonso Gomez-Rejon is set to helm the horror thriller and Carlos Coto has been tapped adapt it for the big screen. Created by…Continue readingWerewolf Graphic Novel ‘Feeding Ground’ Heading to the Big Screen
After hearing people go on and on about its awesomeness I finally gave award-winning comic series Fables a shot. I got my comic-lovin’ hands on the first volume, Fables: Legends in Exile, and instantly got to reading. Check out my thoughts on the hit series below! “When a savage creature known only as the Adversary…Continue readingReview of Fables: Legends in Exile
Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland, a spin-off of the hugely popular Fables comics, has been a LONG time coming. Fans of the Vertigo comic have been waiting well over a year for this graphic novel to arrive and at long last it looks like it is actually coming. Hopefully. Since the last time I wrote…Continue readingFables: Werewolves of the Heartland Coming this Fall… Or So They Say
While researching the first comic book vampire for another website, I just might have come across the first comic book werewolf as well. After hours of digging and searching I believe that the first werewolf to ever appear in a comic was in More Fun Comics Issue #11, which was published way back in 1936.…Continue readingThe First Ever Werewolf in Comic Book History
Oh yes, another comic review, because I am a damned comic book junkie. Cigarettes, coffee and comics – my big bad C-addictions. Today’s comic is BloodRayne: Lycan Rex . I have been a HUGE BloodRayne fan ever since the original video games (which top my fave games list) and was thrilled when I found out…Continue readingReview of BloodRayne: Lycan Rex
The Dark Knight trilogy of Batman films are beyond popular, they have a massive fan base and have broken some big blockbuster records. As everyone knows, the Dark Knight films are based on a series of Batman comics (if you didn’t know that then a big “WTF?” to you), but what few people know is…Continue readingBatman Takes on a Werewolf in Legends of the Dark Knight
Historical and supernatural mashups can be found everywhere – books, films and yes, even comics. I recently checked out the first issue of a comic that combines werewolves with the American legend Paul Revere – Revere: Revolution in Silver. A silversmith and werewolves… clever clever. Check out my thoughts on the pair up below. “When…Continue readingReview of Revere: Revolution in Silver
If you have been following my writing for a while now then you know that I am a total comic book junkie (cooooomiiiiicsss). Give me a cup of coffee and a pile of comics and I will be one happy happy lady. Thanks to Comixology’s kickass werewolf section I have been getting a constant dose…Continue readingReview of The Astounding Wolf-Man Issue #1
While scanning my Kindle Fire (my precioussss) for a comic to amuse me, I came across Bad Dog, a werewolf comic that looked and sounded so damn good I wanted to jump right into it! Sadly, the first issue wasn’t even available, because comiXology is a filthy tease. But, in spite not reading and reviewing…Continue readingThe Misadventures of ‘Bad Dog’
Coming soon is the comic Ursa Minor, the latest miniseries by Big Dog Ink and Tom Hutchison. I was lucky enough to get an early look at the first issue of this kickass comic and I’ve got my verdict below. Bababuuum! Check it out: “After a pack of werewolves assassinates the President during the televised…Continue readingReview of the Upcoming Comic Ursa Minor
Tracker: First Look is, well, as the title implies, it’s a first look at the comic Tracker. Written by Jonathan Lincoln and illustrated Francis Tsai, Tracker: First look was originally a limited edition previously available only at San Diego Comic-Con. But, it is now available online and on mobile devices for free! Yay free comics!…Continue readingReview of Tracker: First Look
Seven Seas Entertainment recently announced it has licensed the upcoming Guardians of Luna manga series by Nozomu Tamaki, the New York Times bestselling author of Dance in the Vampire Bund, to be made into a feature film. “Nozomu Tamaki is a brilliant storyteller who has focused on vampires in Dance in the Vampire Bund and…Continue reading‘Guardians of Luna’ Manga and Movie on the Way
Hello my wolftacular readers! I’ve got a tasty sneak peek at Big Dog Ink and Tom Hutchison’s upcoming comic book miniseries Ursa Minor. Coming this May is a new dark world of lycanthropes, vampires and more. More info below! From the Official Press Release: In May 2012, comic book publisher Big Dog Ink will take…Continue readingFirst Look at Big Dog Ink’s Ursa Minor
One of the many wondrous things about owning a Kindle Fire is being able to easily buy and read comics, the bad thing is… being able the easily buy and read comics (lots of money is going to comics this month). Among the many comics I ordered is Werewolves: Call of the Wild by Mike…Continue readingReview of Werewolves: Call of the Wild #1
Once upon a time I was absolutely and totally obsessed with World of Warcraft. The game took over my life! Eventually I set the game aside and went a WHOLE year without playing – a whole year! But now I am back and kicking all kinds of ass on Cataclysm, the latest expansion to the…Continue readingReview of WoW: Curse of the Worgen #1
Who doesn’t want sexy werewolf comics? I sure do, and thanks to Zenescope Comics I can. I discovered Zenescope through one of my favorite artists, Nei Ruffino, who has done lots of artwork for them. Now, when I say they are sexy, I’m not talking about like yaoi or something, I mean artistically, the females…Continue readingZenescope Comics Makes Werewolves Damn Sexy
More comic news! There may be more vampire novels out there than werewolf ones, but in the world of comics, werewolves dominate. Dark Horse Comics recently announced “Alabaster: Wolves, ” a five-issue miniseries written by Caitlín R. Kiernan and illustrated by Steve Lieber with covers by Greg Ruth. Yay comics! Kiernan, who has previously written…Continue readingDark Horse Announces ‘Alabaster: Wolves’
I absolutely love the X-Men and I recently had me an X-Men movie marathon – five glorious movies all in a row! After finishing I couldn’t help but wish for more (come on, they’re AWESOME) and I started thinking about all of the other amazing mutants that would be fantastic to see in a live-action…Continue readingWe Need an X-Men Movie with Wolfsbane!
While scanning Marvel’s website for news on a comic I read I got distracted and accidently stumbled across something entirely different, something hilarious and ridiculous all at once – Capwolf! Captain America in werewolf form in a werewolf storyline. Yes! Hardcore Captain America fans already know all about Capwolf, apparently it has been a long…Continue readingCaptain America: Man & Wolf
Fables is a DC comic book series created by writer Bill Willingham and first published in 2002. The award-winning series follows a variety of characters from fairy tales and folklore – referring to themselves as “Fables” – who have been forced out of their Homelands by “The Adversary” who has conquered the realm. The Fables…Continue reading‘Fables: Werewolves of the Heartland’ Finally Has a Release Date
While scanning IMDB for upcoming werewolf flicks I came across a film with no date and no info called Welcome to Hoxford. After getting my google search on I discovered that Welcome to Hoxford is a four-issue comic book mini-series drawn by the incredible award-winning artist Ben Templesmith. According to the Welcome to Hoxford website,…Continue readingHorror Comic ‘Welcome to Hoxford’ Coming to Theaters
While checking out news on this year’s Comic-Con I discovered that the folks behind MTV’s Teen Wolf are returning again and this time they are showing off clips of future episodes and will also be doing a Q and A with the cast and crew. That’s rad and all, but then I learned that on…Continue readingCheck out Teen Wolf: The Comic Book
Yes, it’s true, werewolf yaoi actually exists! All of the pervy werewolf fans rejoice! Ahaha! Ahem, seriously though, I can see this making quite a few girls (and maybe some guys) very happy. Now, before I reveal the naughty book, let me first explain what yaoi is since it’s not exactly common knowledge. Yaoi, also…Continue readingWerewolf Yaoi Exists! …seriously
The Pound is an upcoming comic from Frozen Beach Studios about Cleveland Animal Control Specialists Scott Allison and Howard Lynch. The two have lost their jobs due to budget cuts and decide to start their own private stray animal retrieval business – The Pound. At first it’s business as usual – retrieving a mother raccoon…Continue readingReview: The Pound
When I first heard about the comic Vampire Cheerleaders, I figured it was nothing more than a manga featuring hot vampire chicks, but then I got my hands on a copy and it turns out that I was so very wrong. On top of containing a hilarious story about vampires (read my review here), it…Continue readingReview: Paranormal Mystery Squad
And according to our sources, one of the first events in Skullkickers Vol. 1: 1000 Opas and a Dead Body; the story is all about a couple of mean mercenaries who live to kick ass, get the gold, and drink beer. There’s no mushy romantic interludes, no lame subplots with poor Auntie Whoever being in…Continue readingHorror Comic to Include Werewolves: SKULLKICKERS
Coming to you from Radical Publishing is “Driver for the Dead,” a comic that I recently stumbled upon. After taking a peek it definitely sounds like a badass comic, the first two issues don’t appear to have anything to do with werewolves though, however, the third one sure does. Without ruining the story for you,…Continue readingDriver for the Dead
That’s right guys, I have even MORE werewolf webcomics to share with you! It just goes to show you how absolutely awesome werewolves are. If you missed the first list go here. As for the second list, look below. (Click the titles to view the comic) Eldritch Eldritch follows the life of Faith, a lycanthrope,…Continue readingEven More Werewolf Webcomics!
You guys ask for it and here it is – more werewolf webcomics! You liked the post on the comic dream*scar, so I figured why not do an entire post on the various werewolf webcomics out there. Check it out: (Click on the titles to see the comic) Strays Strays is about Meela, a young,…Continue readingMore Werewolf Webcomics!
Fun fact about me – I am a HUGE webcomic addict, and I mean huge. Today, while scanning TopWebComics.com for a new comic to get hooked on, I came across dream*scar, a comic with werewolves! Check out the synopsis: “Set in a post-modern, alternate reality, d*s shows a world where unhumans, creatures of myth and…Continue readingDream*Scar
Werewolves may not reign supreme in the world of books and movies (that crown goes to vampires), but when it comes to comics, they kick all sorts of ass. That’s right, I’ve got another werewolf comic for you guys! Today’s comic is High Moon! This horror-filled adventure comic tells a tale about cowboys and werewolves.…Continue readingHigh Moon by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis
That’s right readers, we’re giving away a signed copy of the amazing graphic novel Harbor Moon. As you can see by my review you definitely don’t want to miss out on this, it has everything a hardcore werewolf fan could want – an action-packed story filled with mystery and some badass werewolves. “When professional soldier…Continue readingWin A Signed Copy of Harbor Moon!
Harbor Moon is a graphic novel that follows Timothy Vance, a soldier that receives information from someone claiming to be his long-lost father. So he takes a trip to the small town of Harbor Moon, Maine. It turns out that the man he is looking for hasn’t been there in thirty years. After some digging…Continue readingReview: Harbor Moon
Yaaaaaaaaaaay! Ahem. So, as a total WoW fangirl I am beyond geeked for this upcoming comic, even if it’s only a mini series. As my fellow fans know, the upcoming WoW expansion, Cataclysm, features a new playable race – the worgen, and thanks to this we’re getting a worgen comic. Yes! Check out the comic…Continue reading“World of Warcraft: Curse of the Worgen” Comic Miniseries!
The trailer for the new movie, Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night, has finally arrived. The movie, based on a series of Italian comics, follows the adventures of supernatural private eye, Dylan Dog, who seeks out the monsters of the Louisiana bayou in his signature red shirt, black jacket and blue jeans. “In the film Dylan…Continue readingDylan Dog: Dead of Night Trailer
When checking my mail today, I got one fantastic package from Joshua Boulet. But before I get to the contents of the package let me first point something out. The package was addressed to me as “Moonlight aka Amanda” and next to the “Moonlight” was a drawing of a big ol’ moon, which got a…Continue reading‘The Wrong Night in Texas’ Review