Frankenstein: Junji Ito Story Collection Cartoonist: Junji Ito Translator: Jocelyne Allen English Adaptation: Nick Mamatas Touch-up Artist and Letterer: James Dashiell Junji Ito’s original body of work often turns its human characters inside out to show how monstrous we truly are. In Uzumaki, he turns an obsession to spiral shapes into a metaphor on how […]
Wakanda Forever this Halloween!
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Tomorrow Chilling Adventures of Sabrina hits Netflix just in time for fans to binge watch the series for Halloween. To whet your appetites take a look at the show’s opening title sequence featuring spooktacular artwork by Robert Hack who drew the original comic series from Archie written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. For those few people who […]
Is it time for Michael Myers to make another return: to the comics page?
Tis the season for creepy comics, and horror master Junji Ito is as disturbing as ever.
I’ll tell you a real horror story: my main computer had to go to the shop because the graphics card was shot. My backup is an old MacBook Air with only 2 gb of memory and I foolishly decided to upgrade to Sierra. Trust me on this: you cannot run Sierra on 2gbs of memory. I […]
While it didn’t get all the fanfare of a few other comics based shows, Cinemax’s Outcast, based on the Skybound comic by Robert Kirkman and Paul Azaceta, finished its first season and will be coming back for more gruesome thrills. The show stars Patrick Fugit as Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been battling demonic […]
Jack T. Chick, homophobic cartooning demagogue, dies the other day and although it was said that he was reclusive, his website has a verified recentish photo of him and even a video, so he wasn’t all that camera shy. Although Halloween was one of the most hated things on Chick’s list – along with […]
Just in time for Halloween, Alex Ross Fine Art has announced a series of paintings based on the Classic Universal Monsters: Frankenstein, Cracule, the Wolfman, the Invisible Man, and so on. The paintings – which have both b&w and tinted versions — will debut at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 — it’s never too early to start […]