The horrors of war and familial estrangement come to the fore in Western Canada as one man attempts to save his brother from a dangerous cult.
Spaceships and satellites eventually outlive their usefulness. Their final resting place is the most remote place on earth – where only strange and horrific things exist!
A solid first issue with a lot of potential, Astronaut Down is a great new take on a classic genre.
Fear and horror through multiple chapters and increasing degrees of terror makes the scares all the more emotional – and thought-provoking – in today’s release of the one-shot, Spectro!
With a darker, grittier and altogether more violent origin to the beloved St. Nick, fascinated readers will ask whose chestnuts are roasting on open fires and who, exactly, is nipping at your nose?
Readers may come to Midnight Rose because of the Jim Starlin name recognition factor, by they’ll stay for Nikkol Jelenic’s gorgeous artwork.
Cross To Bear is a riveting story for those that are fascinated by stories of murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, the Crusades or the history of America’s Old West frontier.
It’s a whole lot of horror in Heroes & Villains this week as E.A. Henson looks at the new horror anthology AFTERDARK and the Transformers: Halloween Special.
Writer Elliott Kalan and artist Andrea Mutti return for the next chapter of the hit horror-satire Maniac of New York.
Miskatonic: Even Death May Die special is a 48-page, oversized grand finale to the crime/horror/historical fiction set in H.P. Lovecraft’s valley of the same name.
Seven Swords has an old school, high adventure feel that is sadly lacking from a lot of other comics on the shelves.
The team-up of fiction and real life is blended in the grandiose swashbuckling adventure series, Seven Swords!