Deadworld: Restoration #2 Review

By Christine Caprilozzi


“Deadworld: Restoration” #2 Review

Writer: Gary Reed

Artist: Sami Makkonen

Publisher: IDW

Release Date: 1/1/2014

Rating: 8 out of 10


Synopsis: Dan makes a prisoner of Deake, the crazed lunatic who claims he unleashed the supernatural holocaust, while Bowker is forced to come to Moloch for a trade as the Dead Killer hunts for the flesh-peeling creature known as Mosaic.


Our Thoughts: Where do I begin?  There’s so much going on in this issue. I never like to give out spoilers, especially when I truly believe horror comic fans should pick up the comic I’m wiriting about.  Needless to say there are many twists  read more

21st Century Serial Killer Review

By:  Sean McLaughlin



               First off, I’d like to thank Chemical Burn Entertainment for ending my movie-reviewing year off on the right note.  While I’m known to have a love/hate relationship with that company, their 2013 release 21st Century Serial Killer has restored my faith in their work.  Too often nowadays, independent horror cinema feels the need to turn the volume button up way too far, or not nearly far enough.  There is something to be said for staying true to your cinematic design and not purposely straying into the bizarre or obscure.  Director Henry Weintraub creates a surreal and familiar world where serial killers and mass murderers are seen more as luminaries than criminals, and uses the popular device of satire to lampoon the growing status of tabloid celebrities.     read more

Deadpool vs. Carnage in April

From Marvel Comics.

The Merc with a Mouth tracks down the symbiote-bonded psychotic killer and plans to take him down once and for all.

Written by Cullen Bunn and art by Salva Espin.




Shadowman #14 preview

Valiant Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Shadowman comic.

As the Shadowman loa begins to exert its influence in even more unexpected ways, Jack Boniface is quickly coming to terms with the darkness inside him and finding out firsthand just how brutal unchecked power can be. With word of Shadowman’s increased unpredictability spreading across New Orleans, Jack’s former allies in the Abettors grow even more suspicious of their latest trainee…and begin to consider drastic measures… read more

Abe Sapien #9 preview

Dark Horse Comics has provided us a preview of the new Abe Sapien comic.

Abe seeks shelter from the apocalypse in a small Arizona town that’s been invaded by a familiar group of punks—but the more immediate problem is a field full of strange monsters sprouting out of the dead like wheat!

32 pages
January 8

Written by Mike Mignola and Scott Allie
Art by Max Fiumara
Covers by Max Fiumara and Mike Mignola









The 2013 Horror Comic Year-End Review

by: Stephanie Shamblin Gray


As the end of 2013 approaches, it is a time to reflect on our lives and goals, but it is especially a time to reflect on all the horror news and entertainment of the year. Here is our year-end summary of some of the big stories that everyone in the horror community was talking about this year.


The End of Locke & Key


All good things come to an end whether we like it or not. Such is the case with the fantastic comic series Locke & Key. Beginning in February 2008 and finishing up in the last month of 2013, the series has continued to captivate its fans and bring to life the Locke family and the story of Keyhouse. An instant hit (the first book sold out the first day), comic shops everywhere quickly learned that they needed to order adequate stock of this amazing book and that Joe Hill was a horror-comic force to be reckoned with. I still remember driving 40 miles to buy the only copy of Welcome to Lovecraft #1 and seeing issues of it with $75 price tags a week later at a convention. Alas, Alpha #2, the final book in the series, has wrapped up the series in a tight little bow and given fans a fitting end to an already legendary series.  read more

DVD & Blu-ray Releases For December 31st, 2013

by: Sean Brickley


Another year is drawing to a close and this year it’s happening on a movie release day.  So if you’re not heading out to any fancy soirees and/or heavy metal vomit parties, maybe you can spend the night with one or two of these movies (or maybe start your new year off binging with one of the 20-movie collections).


Happy New Year’s, you fiends!  Be safe.


7 Movies, 2 Collections





Cassadaga (2013)



Format(s):                           DVD

Notable Names:               Kevin Alejandro, Kelen Coleman, Anthony DiBlasi read more

Edgar Allan Poe 10-Inch Bobble Head Coming in February

Coming in February you can sit down and read The Raven and have Edgar Allan Poe right there with you. This Edgar Allan Poe Bobble Head features the macabre writer wearing his signature black suit. Measures approximately 10-inches tall.


2013 Horror Comic Award Winners Announced

Your word has been heard and voting for the 2013 Horror Comic Awards has officially ended. A big congratulations to all those nominated, you are all winners in our eyes. 


As creators of the official Horror Comic Award, our goal is to spread the awareness of horror comics. We hope that if you came here to vote for a comic or creator you are passionate about, you took a look at other titles or creators you haven’t heard of.


Below is a list of the 2013 Horror Comic Award Winners:



Best Ongoing Series read more

Li’l Ernie one-shot preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Li’l Ernie comic.

Langridge brings his all-ages take on cult favorite Evil Ernie! Ernest Fairchild is the most evil kid on the block. Why, he never eats his vegetables… his library books are sometimes three weeks late… and he once xeroxed his own butt! Can Mister Smiley, his annoying yet strangely ineffectual conscience, make him change his ways? And are Daddy Fairchild’s blank eyes somehow related to his peculiar odor, rotting flesh and appetite for human brains? Each Li’l book comes with a two-page activity sheet! read more