Horror Comics

Bela Lugosis Tales from the Grave news

Bela Lugosi comic

MONSTERVERSE Entertainment has supplied us with some preview images of their horror anthology comic book series “BELA LUGOSI’S TALES FROM THE GRAVE.” This is a small sample by artist Joe Freire.

The new full-color anthology to be done in the classic EC and Warren tradition will have each fantastic tale hosted by iconic horror film star Bela Lugosi. The book will be the premier publication from Monsterverse Comics, which will launch other horror and monster related titles in the months ahead. Editors Kerry Gammill (Powerman and Iron Fist, Deadly Foes of Spider-Man, Superman, THE OUTER LIMITS) and Kez Wilson (Hammerlocke, Scarlett, Power of the Atom, SPACE JAM) will be adding their artistic talents throughout the series, along with associate editor and writer Sam F. Park (Horror films: HALFWAY HOUSE, DEATH’S DOOR and the upcoming “The Need” for screenwriter turned producer Stiles White of BOOGEYMAN and KNOWING).

Check out the Bela Lugosi’s Tales from the Grave teaser.

The Shelter review

Shelter comic

Silence. True Silence. The actual absence of sound. It’s one of the strangest things you can ever experience. It’s….un-nerving. No car engines. No humming electricity. No planes flying overhead. No people walking their dogs. No birds chirping. No squirrels…squirrel-ing. A world cast into infinite silence.

Join us on this Zombie adventure as we get to know Violet, a young lady destine to find a safe haven from the infestation that left her alone, scared and with no where else to turn, dependant upon herself to survive. Can she make it in time or is the end of the world to tight of a deadline?!

Read The Shelter review.

Chew #8 preview

Chew comic

Introducing Poyo! In the cockfighting ring, Poyo is almost impossible to defeat. This makes Poyo’s owners very, very rich. It also has a habit of making Poyo’s owners very, very dead. Guess who gets assigned to track down Poyo, and the murderers who have stolen him?

Check out the Chew #8 preview.

Celebrity Zombie Killers interview with Rick Copp

Celebrity Zombie Killers

The clueless young celebrities that rule Hollywood have a new adversary in town – ravenous cannibal zombies!

Can self-absorbed, barely sentient celebutants dig down deep enough to emerge as heroes or will the zombies win out? Rick Copp (Teen Titans) has created a twisted, hilarious mash-up of MTV’s The Hills meets 28 Days Later!

We caught up with Rick Copp to talk about Celebrity Zombie Killers.

Read the Celebrity Zombie Killers interview with Rick Copp.

Vengeance of the Moon Knight #5 preview

Moon Knight comic

“SHOCK AND AWE, PART 5: PAST IS PROLOG” There is one villain who can make Moon Knight look sane: The Scarecrow. This unhinged lunatic has taken to the streets. Now Moon Knight must face the Scarecrow and his minions of madness under a black sky filled with crows in this final obstacle keeping him from his true nemesis: Bushman.

Check out the Vengeance of the Moon Knight #5 preview.

More Undead Evil preview pages

Undead Evil comic

Because you demanded it, we have posted more preview pages of the upcoming Asylum title, Undead Evil.

Undead Evil is described as:
A centuries old family curse is reignited by an undead voodoo priest. Alfred Carter must travel to The Big Easy to cleanse his bloodline. What he finds are terrifying family secrets and a descent into madness.

Check out the Undead Evil preview.

Demonic comic book news

Demonic comic

When is murder justifiable? It’s a tricky question to be sure. Killing for the sake of killing, for the most part, is frowned upon. Killing in defense of a loved one is a slightly more understandable act. But killing in order to protect your family and to quench a nefarious demon’s thirst for souls? Well, that’s a bloodbath of a different color.

Read more about the Demonic comic.

Undead Evil preview

Undead Evil comic

Frank Forte’s GRAPHIC NOVEL of VOODOO TERROR SHIPS HALLOWEEN 2010.

“It’s a twisted Lovcraftian, zombie thriller,” says writer/artist FRANK FORTE, “it has incest, gore, crazy hillbillies, and a twisted plot that will shock your mind. Progress has been slow, but nenad does very detailed penciled pages. It looks like nothing else that has been done before.”

Check out the Undead Evil preview.

Blokes Tomb Of Horror Halloween Annual 2010

Halloween horror comic

Virus Comix has provided us with a cover preview for their upcoming Halloween release. The 100 page TPB will feature eight short stories written by Jason Crawley and illustrated by Ju Gomez, Fernando Ignatius, Silvano, Lou Rusconi, Lyndal Ferguson, Kyle Chaney jr,Jason Miller and Rachel George. Cover art by Jeff Austin and colors by Dan Kemp

Check out the Blokes Tomb Of Horror Halloween Annual 2010.

Hack/Slash and Mercy Sparx: A Slice of Hell

Hack/Slash crossover

Angels and Demons, Slashers and Killers – discerning them can all get so confusing. What happens when Mercy and Hank need the relic of a slasher on Cassie and Vlad’s hit list? Even worse, when the slasher wants it back? It’s a fun violent romp that brings DDP’s sexiest seductresses together for the first time.

Read more about the Hack/Slash and Mercy Sparx: A Slice of Hell comic.