Halloween may still be a few months away but when it comes to comics, Horror can be anytime as James Blundell checks out a trio of horror based anthology issues including: London Horror Comic, Torments and Fables of Fear.
ComiXology’s Originals stable continues to bring out really interesting genre titles, this time its the turn of supernatural western Hailstone from Stout Club’s Rafael Scavone and Rafael de la Torre. But will this chilling cowboy tale leave its audience cold?
Scout Comics’ Black Caravan imprint has seemingly appeared from nowhere in the last year, releasing various horror titles for its better known sibling. Now, publisher Joseph Schmalke puts his own creative chips on the table with the first issue of We Don’t Kill Spiders, a historical, supernatural thriller about a viking trying to stop killings by a monstrous force.
This month’s small press spotlight all features strong female characters, and range from Nazi fighting French girls in Marguerite vs The Occupation; to demonic siblings in The Manderfield Devil; and finally fairies on demand with Fairy Fare.
Let’s go on a monster-hunting, food tasting, wild adventure through a mystical land with nomad brother’s Dani and Ramen! Will they find out who (or what?) destroyed their home in this intriguing first volume?
Joining the likes of Alexander Utkin’s Gamayun Tales, as a book inspired by Slavic folktales, Kamila Krol’s Rusalka is beautiful and dreamlike look at the origins of a Polish water demon. But will this be another timeless classic or a damp squib?
Superstar writer Cullen Bunn (The Sixth Gun, Harrow County) has joined up with star publisher Vault Comics to bring us The Last Book You’ll Ever Read #1, a horror book about the murderous effects of reading
Volume four of David Lumsden’s epic water logged, post-apocalyptic drama Boat is now available from BHP Comics. But is this new volume plain sailing or is it time to abandon ship?
From the darkened garage of it’s creator’s the minds comes new vehicle of comic entertainment, Midnight Highway. With a second issue now on kickstarter, we check out this sci-fi/horror about a man and his car finding their way along a very unsettling road. But will it start readers engines or find its way to the scrapheap?
Fresh off the heels of the fantastic Milford Green Saga collected edition, Samuel George London and Mikael Hankonen are back together with Access Denied. Set in a time where Artificial intelligence has colonised Mars, this comic tells the story of two very different people finding love despite their respective people’s animosity. But will it bring readers head over heels?