The digital first comic from Christopher Sebela and Ibrahim Moustafa gets a hardcover release in July.
2000 AD brings the supernatural western comic to the States as the publisher’s next US format mini-series.
The writer’s new title premieres at Phoenix Fanfest on December 12th, partnered with Autumn Ivy, Ian Snyder, and Nei Ruffino.
Roger Langridge’s new mini-series from BOOM! Studios follows a young girl and her new pet yeti.
Image Comics releases a massive collection of the first 38 issues of the series described as “Runaways meets Lost.”
There have been a ton of great horror comics this year, but what was the best?
Women in prison meets sci-fi in this new series from Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine de Landro.
At last: a low budget comedy thriller that won't give you brain freeze. Mmm... ice cream.
Deep underground, Simret ventures into Gregory Levasseur's The Pyramid.
Check out an early look at the upcoming sci-fi comic from Valiant Entertainment due out in February 2015.
The digital first comic about a robot’s existential crisis originally published by Monkeybrain comes to your local comic shop in February.
The mini-series from Rob Levin and Jessada Sutthi gets collected in December from Image Comics and Top Cow.
BOOM! Studios picks up where John Carpenter's film left off, with Snake Plissken returning as public enemy number one.
Richelle's wore many hats at the 2014 Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival, and covering it for HorrorTalk is but one of them. Check out her thoughts on day one!
Sergey Kuznetsov explores the psychology of a serial killer in Butterfly Skin.
Worm slithers into Angry Scholar's brain...and he likes it.
Bees! They're everywhere in this small Oregon town. Could they be the cause of the Buckaroo Butchers?
Want to get someone a spooky funny book for the holidays but not sure what to get? James has you covered.
Just in time for the holidays, Scream Factory delivers with another great double feature!
Deadites have gone to outer space, so Ash Williams follows them to the final frontier. Hail to the space king, baby.
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