Some of the most twisted body horror I've ever seen is in a Marvel comic?!
More bloodshed, but still light on clues as to the killer's identity.
I.N.J. Culbard adapts four tales from the horror icon, but keeps the dry and rambling prose.
The chilling horror series returns and it's just as creepy as ever.
James opens up the Invaders-themed box of nerdy goodies with his unruly kids.
This amazing comic has returned and I desperately want more from this world.
A promising start is quickly squandered as a supernatural story spirals into a basic super hero tale.
Drugs and death mix in this family-driven horror story.
Horror invades the Marvel Universe in this oversized anthology.
This comic could not be more relevant in today’s heated political landscape.
The van is back and holy crap is that a lot of blood.
All good things must come to an end and what an end this is.
Ever see an alien's head smashed in by a baseball bat? You will.
Batman is super high on the Scarecrow's fear gas and probably shouldn't be jumping off rooftops right now.
The warrior woman tears into ghosts, werewolves, and cult leaders in this oversized special.
What monsters lurk in the backstage on Halloween?
James is back with the writer of The Few & Cursed.
Meet the Devil's pet, Destroylaydon. It's a shark / spider / scorpion.
Where does the monster go after Mary Shelley's book ends?
Picture Supernatural if the Winchesters were girls.
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