Set against the tumultuous political backdrop of the late 1960s Chicago, ‘My Favorite Thing Is Monsters’ is filled with B-movie horror and pulp monster magazine iconography.
Edgar Allan Poe was one of the most talented and prominent American writers of the nineteenth century. He was the first author to try to make a professional living as a writer.
George Romero and Stephen King’s 1982 cult horror anthology was a witty tribute to the golden age of horror with eerie and wicked hints of EC Comics series ‘Tales From the Crypt.’
Shrewdly written by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden, artfully illustrated by celebrated award-winning artist Peter Bergting, skillfully coloured by Michelle Madsen and lettered by Clem Robins, this dramatic graphic novel is a horror milestone...
‘Violent Cases’ is the introductory alliance between Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean, whose partnership has evolved over the following decades into one of the most noteworthy in the medium’s history, a tale of childhood, gangsters and that ever elusive...
The quintessential texture of the comic book was rooted in Ben Templesmith’s brave, obscure, perplexing grotesqueries, while Joseph Michael Straczynski’s scripting grants a perfect tension for Ben Templesmith’s discrete brand of noir supernaturalism.