The Complete Clive Barker’s Great And Secret Show review

Clive Barker comic

Collected here in one deluxe edition is the complete 12-part saga that comprises the comic book adaptation of master of horror Clive Barker’s epic journey into the fantastic, The Great and Secret Show. Adapted by Chris Ryall (Zombies vs. Robots) and artist Gabriel Rodriguez (Land of the Dead), this collection presents the ultimate battle between good and evil that spans many decades and dimensions. Also featuring complete cover galleries by Gabriel Rodriguez and Clive Barker, full issue-by-issue annotations by Ryall, and more!

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Flash-Drac: Marvels Dracula Part 1 – 1972 to 1983

Dracula comic

Staff member, Wayne Lackey, has submitted his latest article: Flash-Drac: Marvel’s Dracula Part 1 – 1972 to 1983.

Following the relaxation of horror-related restrictions by the Comics Code Authority, Marvel launched their line of classic monster titles in the early 1970s, including The Tomb of Dracula (ToD), Werewolf by Night, and The Frankenstein Monster. Marvel’s version of Dracula was introduced in the first issue of ToD in 1972. The premise of ToD was a little different than typical comic book fare, given that the series’ protagonist was a villain; this was uncommon during the Bronze Age, and for a time ToD held the distinction of being the longest-running title with a villain as the main character at 70 issues.

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Hotwire: Deep Cut comic

Detective Exorcist Alice Hotwire is back! After the events of Hotwire: Requiem for the Dead, the city’s only supernatural investigator is taking some much needed R&R. But when a Blue Light from her colored past appears in front of her door, it sparks a series of events that lead Hotwire and Mobey across the city attempting to stop the results of a secret government project from turning the city into another living nightmare. With backup from Coroner Love and Metro Police, can Hotwire and Mobey save the day one more time? Join groundbreaking creator/writer/illustrator Steve Pugh for a glimpse into Alice Hotwire’s past and peer through a gateway into her future.

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T-800 Endoskeleton 1:2 Scale Replica

Terminator T800

Produced by the Hollywood Collectors Gallery. The menacing Endo stands atop an impressive display base, which incorporates built-in blue LED lights. The Endoskeleton itself is a sturdy mixture of chromed metal, polystone, and other materials. When activated, the eyes glow with red light. Standing approximately 3 feet tall.

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Naughty Bear for Prime Minister

Naughty Bear game

Naughty Bear has launched his bid to be Britain’s next Prime Minister on his official UK Facebook page. Naughty Bear wants to shake the country up and wants help from the people to decide what he should stand for and who should support him.

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The Devil’s Own #1 review

Devils own comic

Quickening Pandemonium”—Pedro Felsenstein is back, and he’s not alone. Recently returned to Hechs Manor from a fool’s errand in the Abyss, Welp discovers the well-coiffed live-in divorce lawyer for Claudia and Dominic Hechs. Nor has Welp arrived empty-handed, for he carries with him the mysterious Urn of Unending from his previous exploit. The urn, it turns out, is capable of granting three wishes, which immediately presents a problem, since there are now four residents at Hechs Manor. A lightning flash of lust and a thunderclap of sadism seal the coffin shut, but in the end there remains an unclaimed wish, a troubling loose end, and a deepening question of where Mr. Felsenstein’s allegiances lie.

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Splatterhouse to contain the classic 16 bit games


Namco Bandai’s gory re-imagining of the 16-bit side-scrolling classic Splatterhouse will come with an unlockable bonus: three 16-bit side-scrolling classic Splatterhouse games.

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Batman Confidential #44 preview

“Batman vs. the Undead” begins here! When Doctor Herbert Combs escapes from Arkham Asylum, he travels to New Orleans in an attempt to once again raise the dead. The only ones who can stop him are Dimeter – a vampire with a score to settle – and The Dark Knight. Can Batman join this creature of the night in order to stop Combs’ mad plan?

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Dellec #4 preview

As Dellec makes his way towards the only safe refuge he has, he comes face to face with some very unwelcome ‘acquantances’ from his past. Unarmed and outmanned, it’s going to be a very long day for Dellec at the hands of Silverback! And if Dellec makes it out alive, Terra will be waiting with a very explosive surprise! With an ending to die for, this issue leads up to next month’s incredible series finale!

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We Will Bury You #3 preview

Coney Island isn’t the best place to fight off flesh-eating zombie masses, but when there is no more room downtown, the ladies must run to the beach. After Mirah and Fanya befriend a group of sideshow freaks, simmering group tensions come to a boil as inflamed zombies break into their fancy hotel refuge. Zombies on fire!

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