October 17th, 2015



After some brief diversions to Mars and comedy, Trisk drifts back towards horror with today's review, Maggie.

In all honesty, it's way more drama than horror, as it's more interested in dealing with terminal illnesses by way of a zombie-like metaphor, but it's a decent enough way to deal with such things.

Even if I didn't really connect with the movie, I'm sure others will.

Coffee from Hell

Comics Next Week

1872 #4 (Secret Wars Battleword Tie-In)
Age Of Apocalypse Vol 2 #5 Cover A Regular Gerardo Sandoval Cover (Secret Wars Warzones Tie-In)
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 4 #2 Cover A Regular Alex Ross Cover
Astonishing Ant-Man #1 Cover A Regular Mark Brooks Cover
Astro City Vol 3 #28
Batman And Robin Eternal #3
Black Canary Vol 4 #5 Cover A Regular Annie Wu Cover
Doctor Fate Vol 4 #5
Invincible Iron Man Vol 2 #2 Cover A Regular David Marquez Cover
Karnak #1 Cover A Regular David Aja Cover
S.H.I.E.L.D. Vol 4 #11 Cover A Regular Julian Totino Tedesco Cover
Secret Six Vol 4 #7
Secret Wars Agents Of Atlas #1 Cover A Regular Leonard Kirk Cover
Star Trek (IDW) #50 Cover A Regular Tony Shasteen Cover
Titans Hunt #1 Cover A Regular Paulo Siqueira Cover
Trancers #1 Cover C Variant Movie Poster Cover
Uncanny Inhumans #1 Cover A Regular Steve McNiven Cover
Weirdworld #5 (Secret Wars Warzones Tie-In)
What If Infinity Guardians Of The Galaxy #1