Horror Comics

Proof #26 preview

Proof comic

Blue Fairy.’ The baby fairy, Joy, travels across the habitat in search of his dead father. A special stand-alone story with art by guest illustrator Chris Grine.

Check out the Proof #26 preview.

28 Days Later #9 preview

28 days later comic

Selena and her crew are on the move. London is getting closer, but the journey is getting tougher. While the infected still walk, someone else has their eyes on the three who finally broke the UK quarantine. Someone dangerous…someone with a link to Selena’s past.

Check out the 28 Days Later #9 preview.

True Blood comics

True Blood comics

Announced at Wondercon, IDW will be publishing True Blood comics.

“The plot was developed with Ball, along with series writers Elisabeth Finch and Kate Barnow, and co-written by David Tischman and Mariah Huehner. Beautifully illustrated by top tier artist David Messina, the series captures all the bloody details and sexy reveals of this exciting new adventure. Renowned artist J. Scott Campbell will join Messina in providing covers for each issue.”

The first six-issue series will be introduced in July at Comic-Con International: San Diego, and will featurie Sookie and friends stuck in familiar Merlotte’s Bar due to a severe storm. The storm isn’t all they’ll contend with, as a new creature that feeds directly off emotions comes to town.

Read more about the TRUE BLOOD Comics.

The Demons Blood Lines

Demon Etrigan

Staff writer, Thomas A. Tuna has submitted his latest article, The Demon’s ‘Blood’ Lines.

“Gone! Gone! The form of man, Rise the Demon Etrigan!”

Every fan of the illustrated horror genre knows these fateful words by heart. The words that transform Jason Blood into Etrigan, the son of the Demon Belial.

Read The Demon’s ‘Blood’ Lines.

68 returns to comics

Jay Fotos let us know that 68 is returning to comics!

’68 is returning to the steaming jungles of Vietnam as the original ’68 comic team(released back in 2007) expands to a full mini-series, continuing the unique blending of the all too real horrors of war with the apocalyptic rise of the hungry, rotting dead! From zombie infested tunnels to gore-soaked battlefields to flying steel coffins filled with twitching body bags, welcome to 1968…and the end of the world!

Read more about ’68 returning to comics.

Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors #1 review

Darkstalkers comic

The ghoulish monsters and sexy seductresses known as the Darkstalkers are back! Morrigan, Demitri, Bishamon, and Donovan are joined by newcomers like Huitzil, Anakaris, and Q-Bee. It’s man VS demon, robot VS mummy, succubus VS vampire and more, as the creatures of the night battle for control of the darkness!

Check out the Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors #1 review.

BELA LUGOSIS Tales from the Grave

Bela Lugosi comic

Monsterverse has released the image of the Basil Gogos cover for issue one of “BELA LUGOSI’S TALES FROM THE GRAVE.” It was commissioned by Rob Zombie and published only in the Gogos art book by our publisher Kerry Gammill and never used before as a cover. A version of this image on cards will be passed out at events and conventions. You can find MONSTERVERSE ENTERTAINMENT giving a preview of the Lugosi horror comic book at the top monster movie fan event, MONSTERPALOOZA, in Burbank, CA at the Airport Marriott from April 6-11, 2010.

No other publication can offer a “new” pristine example of Basil Gogos’s artwork at his very finest. “BELA LUGOSI’S TALES FROM THE GRAVE” will go on sell at comic shops and online in late September, 2010, in time for the October month of Halloween. A major publicity campaign will promote the book across the mainstream press when Lugosi interest is at its most popular in every media.

Read more about the BELA LUGOSI’S Tales from the Grave news.

Where to start: The Goon

Goon comic

Staff writer, David Pinckney, has submitted his latest article, Where to start: The Goon.

We all have heard from people who want to get into comics but don’t know where to start. Some series are just too obscure and feel to distant from a new reader’s realm of comfort while others have issues in the hundreds and there doesn’t seem to be a good jumping on point. So where do we start and how do we know what’s good to read or if it’s even easy enough to get into. Personally, I believe trades are the easiest way to get into a series that may have been going on for a few years. With that in mind I began reading the Goon by Eric Powell, with the intent of explaining if this comic is easy enough to get into and who’d like it.

Read Where to start: The Goon.

SCOOBY-DOO interview with Paul Kupperberg

Scooby zombies

In “The Night of the Undead,” something zombie-like is attacking the customers at the Springdale Shopping Mall, and it’s up to Scooby and the gang to team up with the Chief of Police and a mall security guy to get to the bottom of things!

We caught up with writer, Paul Kupperberg, to talk about Scooby-Doo #157.

Read the SCOOBY-DOO interview with Paul Kupperberg.

Hack/Slash #30 review

Hack Slash comic

Cassie and Vlad’s most bizarre mission yet! Meet The Alternative, a group of teens who have decided to outfit themselves in costumes and defend their city against crime. But before they start bashing bad guys, they’re going to have one hell of a debaucherous party! Now someone wants them dead, and the killer knows how to make a gory mess out of Spandex-clad sidekick wannabes! It’s teen supers meets teen slayer in Super Sidekick Sleepover Slaughter part 1!

Read the Hack/Slash #30 review.