Category: Horror Comics

Netflix Renews ‘Locke and Key’ for a Second Season

Netflix has just announced that their adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's comic Locke and Key will receive a second season. Co-showrunners Carlton Cuse and Meredith Averill said in an official statement...

The Look of Horror – Checking Out Charlton’s Eeriest Artists

When you consider picking up a horror comic, what's the first thing that comes to your feverish little mind (after the title character, of course)? Probably who wrote it. Does the writer...

Image to Publish New Dracula Graphic Novel ‘Dracula, Motherf**ker’

The classic tale of Count Dracula is getting a new graphic novel treatment by gong back to the past. And just in time for Halloween. Alex De Campi (Archie vs. Predator) and Erica Henderson (Assassin Nation, Squirrel Girl) have teamed up to create 2020: Dracula: Motherf**ker for Image Comics. Described as "taking place in both 19th-century Vienna and Los Angeles in the...

EC’s Writers, Artists Set Four-Color Stage for Golden Age of Horror Comics

When true fans think of the best of horror comics, the group that is mentioned most (and usually first) in EC Comics. Entertaining Comics (EC) was the brainchild of Max Gaines that,...

Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden Reunite for Dark Horse Comics ‘Lady Baltimore’

This summer Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden will return to their popular Dark Horse Comics series Baltimore  for an all-new installment entitled Lady Baltimore. The five-part comic-book series is co-written by Mignola...

Marvel Turned Horror Into A Super-Hero Gold Mine

All fans of Marvel Comics know the mega-group as a super-hero wonderland. But that wasn't always the case. In the 1950s and early '60s, Marvel (born Atlas Comics) was dealing primarily in tales of suspense, adventure, science-fiction and (yes) horror. The group's four main anthology titles--Journey Into Mystery,...

‘Bloodshot’ Finishes Third at Weakened Box Office

Bloodshot finished in third place at the weekend box office amid ever-growing fears of the global spread of the Corona Virus, leading to the lowest weekend totals since 1995 (when John Carpenter's...

‘New Mutants’ and ‘Antlers’ Moved Off Release Schedule

Similar to Paramount's decision to shift A Quiet Place II to a later date in 2020, Disney followed suit by moving New Mutants, Antlers, and Mulan off of their scheduled release dates. ...

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Netflix Finalizing Acquisition of ‘The Woman in the Window’

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Stephen King Teases New Novel ‘Later’ Due Out Next March

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‘The Rental’ Leads The Pack–Again–At The Box Office

Dave Franco's directorial debut is going very well so far. His horror flick The Rental held onto its crown as box office king for the second consecutive...