Strong writing and moody art combine in this debut issue of the new supernatural horror miniseries from Dark Horse.
The oversized hardcover will include previously-uncollected material from the series.
The Beat brings you the exclusive preview on the zombie horror comic, Dead Life.
Long Lost #5 is a spine-tingling horror comic done right.
Writer and comics creator Rich Tommaso is known for his anthropomorphic spy-thriller series Spy Seal and his horror-based series She Wolf, both reflecting the 1970s and 1980s crime and horror movies that have influenced him. Dry County, totted as “The EVERYMAN Crime Series,” is one of Rich’s newest projects among others. This first comic, published […]
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Doing Vertigo-style projects is all the rage. Dark Horse and IDW have even set up designer imprints for former Vertigo Executive Editors. Why should I be the only one not doing a Vertigo-esque project? Time out. Before the comment section erupts, I realize a lot of people think Heidi still writes every post here at […]
Yes, you have been hearing a lot more about Riverdale than Afterlife With Archie, lately. That doesn’t mean that Archie Horror is dead, though. (Pun very much intended.) Today sees a new entry in Archie’s horror line, Jughead: The Hunger. By a (possibly magical) coincidence, we happen to have a preview of that so you can have […]
The new version of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, launched under the Archie Horror imprint around last Halloween, isn’t exclusively about how adolescence is horrific, but the latest issue can’t help but circle some of that territory.
Split Lip is a long running—and critically acclaimed— horror comics anthology (ANOTHER)began online in 2006 and ventured into print in 2009. It’s the creation of writer Sam Costello, who enlisted artists including Kyle Strahm (Spread), John Bivens (Dark Engine), Sami Makkonen (Deadworld: Slaughterhouse), T.J. Kirsch (Amy Devlin Mysteries), Christine Larsen (Valentine), David Hitchcock (Springheel Jack), […]