Horror Comics

We Will Bury You #2 preview

Science or religion — can either save the world from the zombie plague of the 1920s? Mirah and Fanya fight through a city overrun with zombies, while trying to find a safe haven in New York City. ÊIt doesn’t take them long to learn that their only salvation is each other.

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Army of Darkness #27 preview

This is it, the end of Ash and the League of Light! After our hero’s “demise” last issue, will the intrepid Chosen One find a way out of the spirit plane and back into his main man body? Find out as it all ends here!

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Hellboy: The Storm

A terrible storm is brewing, bodies are missing from their tombs, and the forces of darkness gather against Hellboy for a final bloody showdown. Mignola and Fegredo reunite for the final arc of the bestselling saga that includes Hellboy: Darkness Calls and Hellboy: The Wild Hunt.

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The Multiple Manifestations of Deathlok

Deathlok comic

Staff writer, Wayne Lackey, has submitted his latest article: The Multiple Manifestations of Deathlok.

Deathlok has popped up in a handful of Marvel books and collections recently, but they are not all the same Deathlok. Okay, so how many versions of Deathlok are there, you ask? Let’s see… Here is a list of some of the notable incarnations of this character:

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B.P.R.D.: King of Fear #4 preview

Beneath the ruins of the Hyperborean temple, Liz is given the most startling visions yet of the end of the world-and Abe discovers his role in it when he finds the link between himself and the frog monsters. Will Liz and Abe lead the world to apocalypse?

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Dampyr: Devils Son #1 review

Dampyr comic

Haunted by horrible nightmares, Harlan Draka wanders the countryside, shamelessly making money pretending to be a Dampyr – half human/half vampire – ridding villages of what they naively believe are evil vampires. But when he is summoned by soldiers who are under attack by real vampires, Harlan learns the horrible truth: his nightmares are reality!

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Emily the Strange: The 13th Hour #3 preview

When Emily awoke on the morning of her thirteenth birthday, she had no way to predict the insanity that would follow. What was supposed to be a mellow day spent celebrating with her mom and watching the solar eclipse has turned into something else entirely. Now Emily is a stranger in an even stranger land, in hot pursuit of the bizarre beast who stole the powerful heirloom watch her mysterious Aunt LaRue sent. Flying ships, talking creatures, and deadly traps are all just the start of an adventure that started in her own bedroom and now finds her standing on the precipice of her own fate, at the ancestral home of her family. Emily loves when things get weird, but is she ready for what waits for her within the walls of Blackrock?

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ZombieBomb! Dead Not Dead review

Zombie comic

The reanimated brainchild of Adam Miller and Rich Woodall, “ZombieBomb! Dead Not Dead” is the first in a series of ZombieBomb! anthologies featuring top creators putting their spin on the cranium-chomping, lumbering legends. Each creative team involved has crafted their own unique interpretation of the subject matter, ensuring fans a diverse and original experience. From classic horror to offbeat alternative to whimsical comedy, the stories and artwork manage to breathe life into the undead and keep the rotting corpses fresh.

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Hellboy – Right Hand of Doom

Hellboy comic

Staff writer, Justin Spotten, has sent in his first article: Hellboy – Right Hand of Doom.

He is Anung Un Rama. The Beast of the Apocalypse. Bearer of the Right Hand of Doom. Born of the demon Azzael and the witch Sarah Hughes, his sole purpose in this universe is to release the Ogdru Jahad, the Dragon of Revelation, and burn the world to a cinder.

He also loves pancakes.

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Zombies vs Cheerleaders interview with Steven L. Frank

Zombies vs Cheerleaders comic

Morbid or funny, and sometimes morbidly funny, top talent bring eclectic tales of Zombies vs Cheerleaders. Based on the hit trading card series from 5FINITY Productions, read the exciting stories of the two things everyone loves: zombies and cheerleaders!

We caught up with writer, Steven L. Frank, to talk about Zombies vs. Cheerleaders.

Read the Zombies vs Cheerleaders interview with Steven L. Frank.