Of everything I looked ah while compiling my annual Halloween clow=out, nothing disturbed me as much as this. Did you own these cards and think, like I did, that they would explain all mysteries? A talisman of some other realm? The disquieting expectations and memories of childhood are the most magical and terrifying emotions of […]
Archives for October 2013
It doesn’t get any more disturbing than this.
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There are a gajillion free horror comics on the web, including tons of old public domain stuff of the kind now being collected by many publishers. For a pretty good archive of PD and other, you cn’t go wrong with Diversions of the Groovy Kind’s post tagged “horror comcis” including this gallery of Tomb of […]
Sometimes you gotta go with the real thing. Vampira, aka Maila Nurmi, was one of the first TV Horror hosts, and a star of Plan 9 from Outer Space, friend of James Dean, a carpenter, and later a ficture on Melrose Avenue. Born in Finland, she remained pretty foxy all her life and remains […]
We teased Study Group’s Halloween offerings a few days ago, but here’s the goods.
It’s Norman Reedus’s world, we just live in it. Seriously, the guy is the biggest draw on the con circuit right now, and he’s still honing his crossbow skills on The Walking Dead for the next few weeks. He’s also got a somewhat surreal sense of humor, if you follow his twitter feed. And finally, he has a book of photos out.
We interrupt this celebration of Halloween for some actual comics news! Eyes were red with tears when it was announced that Marvel was ending the much liked DAREDEVIL series by Mark Waid and a host of A+ artists with issue #36. But It was suspected something was up and SOMETHING IS. The book will return as a weekly Infinite comic!
A new view on a classic tale.
Emily Carroll’s digital horror comics have become the gold standard of the genre. Since His Face is Red in 2010 and Margot’s Room two years ago, Carroll has worked in print comics (an upcoming adaptation of Laurie Halse Anderson’s Speak) but even more in video games, with the indie Gone Home just release. Carroll is […]