You may know Julia Wertz as the hilarious cartoonist behind The Infinite Wait and Other Stories, The Fart Pary and many other books. but she also has a thriving hobby in urban exploring: going into abandoned buildings and photographing them. You can find examples on her Flickr stream and amazing galleries on her website. In […]
Archives for October 2013
Long before cosplay and pop up costume stores radically upped the ante, and Hwlloween became the second biggest adult holiday of the year, there were Ben Cooper costumes.
If we’re doing Halloween, then that seems like a great chance for me to catch up on Afterlife with Archie, the company’s first mature comic set in the world of their mascot. Now, I don’t know much about Archie other than “Sugar Sugar” – the comics aren’t released over in my part of the UK, […]
by Brett Schenker The Walking Dead is a cultural phenomenon. The property regularly breaks records, whether it’s television ratings, print runs and sell-outs in comics, or winning accolades and awards when it comes to video games. There have been very few series that tap into the cultural zeitgeist and become regular water cooler conversation. With […]
Magic Bullet, the FREE comics newspaper published by the D.C. Conspiracy collective, has a new all ages Halloween themed issue out. The paper is distributed at coffee shops, record stores, pizza dives, museums and comics shops in D.C., Virginia, Philadelphia and California. Copies will also be availble at the CAB next week. Adam McGovern writes […]
Whaddyaa know, TV Guide still publishes Halloween comics previews. Here’s DC’s Vampire Diares digital comic out today written by Colleen Doran and drawn by Tony Shasteen.
The Mondo Tees Gallery is one of those places that turns out pop culture themed prints and artwork by some of Our FinestCartoonist and Painters and so on. You could spend your whole Halloween looking at their archives for sure. They recently had a tribute to EC comics with some great stuff, but you could […]
A very special never before seen masterpiece of a comic from 1996 written by …THE BEAT!!!
Andrea Tsurumi is a regular here at 24 Hours of Halloween, and here’s her holiday card for 2013which references a certain movie cliche. She has lots more art and stuff at her blog, and a big project coming out next year which hasn’t been announced, I believe.