Depravity and cannibalism meet great writing and jazz in Robert Dean's In the Arms of Nightmares.
Join our guest reviewer Lauren Jankowski as she travels Robin Riopelle's Dead Roads.
If you're looking for the definitive visual tome on Japanese tattoing, look no further than Bushido: Legacies of the Japanese Tattoo.
The heroes of Los Angeles face their biggest threat to date. Zombies seem to be the least of their worries now.
The cloning of humans is banned in many countries, but would anyone really be surprised to find out someone was doing it somewhere? Geoffrey Girard explores what the US government might clone. Hint: Serial killers.
Tim Curran delivers some foul-smelling, gory, top-notch entertainment in Worm.
Zig gets blown away by this well crafted love letter to production designers.
Did you know Herbert West had a rival determined to undermine him? Pete Ralik's book Reanimators tells that story, and you're going to want to read it.
If you're craving some smart bizarro, look no further than J.W. Wargo's Avoiding Mortimer.
Brutal, violent, and unforgiving. Take a ride with the Wraiths of the Broken Land.
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