Scream! (comics)

Scream!  was a British weekly horror comic anthology that was published for 15 issues by IPC Magazines in 1984.

Controversy over horror comics (1955) , under which the first prosecution occurred in 1970.  [1]  The editorial approach to  Scream!  was made of the most controversial precursors, making it more tongue-in-cheek for younger readers, as evidenced by its coverline “not for the nervous”.  [2] Read more “Scream! (comics)”

Solomon Kane (comics)

Solomon Kane  is a fictional character created by the pulp- writer Robert E. Howard . He was featured in several  comics  published by Marvel Comics in the 1970s and 1980s. Dark Horse Comics began publishing a new series of Kane stories in 2008 , and also published collections of the 1970s Marvel stories in 2009. Read more “Solomon Kane (comics)”

Nailbiter (comic)

Nailbiter  is an independent horror comic book series that was created by Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson, with Henderson.  [1]  [2]  The series is published by Image Comics and its first issue was released on May 7, 2014.  [3]  As of May 2017 the series has been collected into six volumes. The final monthly issue, number 30, was published in March 2017. Read more “Nailbiter (comic)”

Misty (comics)

Misty  was a British comic for girls published by Fleetway in London from 4 February 1978 until 19 January 1980, when it merged with  Tammy  . (The name continued as  Tammy and Misty  until 1984.)  Misty  was a collection of many small strips, with the stories themselves being long or four pages long. As well as the weekly comic, Christmas annuals were also published. Read more “Misty (comics)”

Midnight, Mass.

Midnight, Mass.  is a comic book series created by writer John Rozum , published by DC Comics ‘ Vertigo imprint in 2002. The series follows married occult experts Adam and Julia Kadmon as they deal with supernatural boxes around America. In a 2011 interview concerning the relaunch of his  Xombi  series, Rozum revealed that Adam and Julia were conceived as leading characters for a potential Xombi spin-off back when the series was still being published by Milestone Comics .  [1] Read more “Midnight, Mass.”

Midnight Tales

The book was “hosted” by  Professor Coffin  (aka  The Midnight Philosopher  ) and his niece  Arachne,  publishedby Wayne Howard and published by Charlton Comics from 1972 to 1976.  Midnight Tales  was an American horror -suspense anthology comic book series. (  1)  The setting, Xanadu University , was a tie-in with the Charlton E-Man series. Read more “Midnight Tales”

Midnight Sounds

The  Midnight Sons  is a fictional team of supernatural superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . Including Hellstorm , Jennifer Kale , Morbius , Werewolf by Night , and Ghost Riders Danny Ketch and Johnny Blaze , the team first appeared in  Ghost Rider  (Vol 3) # 28 (August 1992). From December 1993-August 1994, Marvel Branded All Stories Involving the Group with a Separate Family Imprint and Cover Treatment. Read more “Midnight Sounds”

Threat (Atlas Comics)

Menace  was a 1953 to 1954 American crime / horror anthology comic book series published by Atlas Comics , the 1950s precursor of Marvel Comics . It is best known for the first appearance of the supernatural Marvel character the Zombie , in a standalone story that became the basis for the 1970s black-and-white comics magazine  Tales of the Zombie  . As well, a standalone story in the final issue has been made by the human robot, aka M-11 , the Human Robot. Read more “Threat (Atlas Comics)”

Memetic (comic)

Memetic  is an apocalyptic horror comic book series that was created by James Tynion IV , with art by Eryk Donovan and coloring by Adam Guzowski.  [1]  The series was published monthly by BOOM! Studios as three oversized issues, beginning in October 2014. In October 2015, BOOM! Studios released all three issues, with extra features from the writer and artist, in trade paperback form. Read more “Memetic (comic)”

Marvel Classics Comics

Marvel Classics Comics was an American comics magazine which ran from 1976 until 1978. It specialized in adaptations of literary classics such as Moby-Dick , The Three Musketeers , and The Iliad . It was Marvel Comics ‘ attempt to pick the mantle of Classics Illustrated , which stopped publishing in 1971. 36 issues of Marvel Classics Comics were published, 12 of them being reprinted from another publisher’s work. Read more “Marvel Classics Comics”

Marley Davidson

Marley Davidson  (sometimes referred to as “Marley Davidson: Bronx Exorcist”) is a fictional comic book character created by writer and comic book artist Sandy Jimenez . It made icts first appearance on June 15, 1995 in the self-titled independent comic book  Marley Davidson  , qui chronicled the exploits of a Jamaican ex-priest, operating as an exorcist and monster hunter in New York City .  [1] Read more “Marley Davidson”

The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves

The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves  [1]  was an American supernatural – anthology comic book published by Charlton Comics , often featuring stories by writer-artist Steve Ditko . The eponymous  Dr. MT Graves  was a fictional character who hosted the stories in each issue of this title. Read more “The Many Ghosts of Doctor Graves”


Maghella  is an Italian comic book erotic character. A young witch with magic powers,  [1]  was created by Dino Leonetti with text by Furio Arrasich.  [2]

She made her first appearance as lead character in the erotic series  Menelik  published in 1974 by Publistrip .  [3]  The  Maghella  comic book was started in January 1974,  [4]  lasting for 140 issues published by Publistrip until March 1981. Later on, 7 issues were published by Ediperiodici from June 1987 to December 1987. The comic books were published in France .  [5]  [6] Read more “Maghella”

Leviathan (2000 AD)

Leviathan  is a horror comic series created by Ian Edginton and D’Israeli and, which appeared in the British magazine  2000 AD  starting in 2003.

The story is set on a massive ocean liner (the  Leviathan  of the title) which has been transported to some places of the world. Tales of the  Leviathan  The story appeared in ten parts followed by three stand alone “Tales of the  Leviathan  ” which expanded on the history of the ship. Read more “Leviathan (2000 AD)”

The Legion of Night

The Legion of Night  is a fictional organization in the Marvel Comics universe . They were dedicated to opposing occult threats. The group was composed of Ariann Wight, Dr. Chan Liuchow, Dr. Katherine Reynolds, Martin Gold, Jennifer Kale , and Omen / Charles Blackwater. Later, Omen brought private investigator Leena Wolfe onto the team, but she has not been shown in action. Read more “The Legion of Night”

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac

Johnny the Homicidal Maniac  (often abbreviated  JtHM  ) is the first comic book by Jhonen Vasquez . The series tells the story of a young man named Johnny C. as he explores the psychological and eventual supernatural forces which he believes to be a reality.  JtHM  began as a comic strip in the 1990s, then ran under alternative comics publisher Slave Labor Graphics as a limited series of seven issues, later collected in the paper trade  Johnny the Homicidal Maniac: Director’s Cut  . The series produced twospin-offs :  Squee!  and  I Feel Sick  . Read more “Johnny the Homicidal Maniac”

Impact (EC Comics)

The  EC Comics publishedin 1955 asa short-lived comic book series. New Direction line. The bi-monthly comic, published by Bill Gaines and edited by Al Feldstein , began with an issue cover-dated March-April, 1955. It ran for five issues, ending with the November-December, 1955 issue. The sub-title “Tales Designed to Carry” ran above the title  Impact  . The book was dedicated to stories with shock endings, and was seen on a down, Comics Code era version of EC’s earlier Shock SuspenStories . Front covers were by Jack Davis , and the stories were illustrated by Davis,George Evans , Jack Kamen , Graham Ingels , Orlando Joe , Reed Crandall and Bernard Krigstein . Read more “Impact (EC Comics)”

I Luv Halloween

I Luv Halloween  is a horror-comedy English-language (OEL) written by Keith Giffen and illustrated by Benjamin Roman . In North America, Tokyopop released in a series of volumes from October 2005 to September 2007 and re-released as of October 2008. Menford Electronic Art also adapted for the first time on My Space . Set on Halloween , the series focuses on a group of trick-or-treating children and their misadventures. Read more “I Luv Halloween”

I Feel Sick

I Feel Sick  is a “doublehot”, full-color comic book written and drawn by the comic artist Jhonen Vasquez and colored by Rosearik Simons Rikki (who also voiced GIR in  Invader Zim  ). It revolves around Devi D. from  Johnny the Homicidal Maniac  (JTHM), and her dealings with the same supernatural and / or psychological forces that drove Johnny to lunacy. Originally conceived as a single paperback, it was later split into two issues so as to avoid compromising the length of the story. It was published by Slave Labor Graphics . Vasquez stated that the creation process of  I Feel Sick  was cathartic. The Problems Vasquez had while working on  invader Zim  . Read more “I Feel Sick”

House of Secrets (Vertigo)

House of Secrets  was an occult and horror-themed comic book series written by Steven T. Seagle . The art was by Teddy Kristiansen , with occasional assistance by Christian Højgaard , Guy Davis , Duncan Fegredo and the Pander Brothers . It debuted in October 1996, published by the Vertigo imprint of American company DC Comics , and ran for 25 issues, followed by a two-issue limited series  House of Secrets: Facade  , by the same creative team in 2001. Read more “House of Secrets (Vertigo)”

House of Mystery (Vertigo)

House of Mystery  is an occult and horror-themed comic book anthology series based on the classic  House of Mystery  series That ran from 1951 to 1983. The writers, Bill Willingham and Lilah Sturges (credited as “Matthew Sturges”),  [2]  [ 3]  [4]  debuted the series in July 2008 under the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics .  [5]  [6] Read more “House of Mystery (Vertigo)”

The Horrorist (comics)

The Horrorist  was an occult and horror-themed comic book limited series written by Jamie Delano , with art by David Lloyd , published by the DC Comics imprint Vertigo . It was a spin-off of Vertigo ‘s popular  Hellblazer  series and features John Constantine . The book consisted of two 52-page issues with advertisements, published in December 1995 and January 1996 respectively.  [1] Read more “The Horrorist (comics)”

Hellboy: Weird Tales

Hellboy: Weird Tales  is a dark horse Comics bimonthly eight-issue comic book limited series that offered a variety of guest writers and artists the chance to give their own take on the  Hellboy  characters created by Mike Mignola while he was in Prague working on the first  Hellboy  movie. The issues were publishedin a two-volume  BPRD  one-shots volume.  [1]  [2] Read more “Hellboy: Weird Tales”

Hellboy: The Wild Hunt

Hellboy: The Wild Hunt  is the ninth file Managed edition in Mike Mignola ‘s Hellboy comic book series, the second of three connected story arc written by Mignola and illustrated byDuncan Fegredo . Its eight chapters, collected in March 2010, have been released from December 2008 through November 2009 as issues 1-8 of the  Hellboy: The Wild Hunt  Limited series , also numbered (on the inside front cover) as issues 37 through 44 of the continuing Hellboy series. The storyline delves into Irish and Arthurian legend, reprising several characters first introduced in Hellboy short story “The Corpse”. As with Hellboy, it was published by Dark Horse Comics .  [1] Read more “Hellboy: The Wild Hunt”

Hellboy: The Storm and the Fury

Hellboy: The Storm and the Fury  is the twelfth edition of the file Managed Mike Mignola ‘s comic book series Hellboy , collecting “Hellboy: The Storm # 1-3” and “Hellboy: The Fury # 1-3” with the partition into two limited series (series Whose stocks are set minutes apart from Each Other) Intended to Accommodate year Anticipated output gap of Several months  [1]  That Eventually saw the story’s first three issues published from July-September 2010 and Its last three, Following The publication of several other Hellboy projects, from May-August 2011. This is the third and ending story of a trilogy beginning with Darkness Calls  and continuing with  The Wild Hunt , all of them written by Mignola and illustrated by Duncan Fegredo . The six issues were numbered on their front page covers 47-49 and 55-57 of the continuing Hellboy series. Two prelude pages from  The Fury  # 3 are missing in this trade paperback. As with Hellboy, the collection is published by Dark Horse Comics . Read more “Hellboy: The Storm and the Fury”

Hellboy: The Crooked Man and Others

Hellboy: The Crooked Man and Others  is the tenth file Managed edition of Mike Mignola ‘s comic book series Hellboy , collecting  Hellboy: The Crooked Man  # 1-3,  Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch  ,  Hellboy: They That Go Down to the Sea in Ships  and the story “The Mole” from “Free Comic Book Day 2008: Hellboy.” The collected edition features by Gahan Wilson . As with Hellboy, it was published by Dark Horse Comics .  [1]  [2]  [3] Read more “Hellboy: The Crooked Man and Others”

Hellboy: The Chained Coffin and Others

Hellboy: The Chained Coffin and Others  is the third trade paperback collection in the  Hellboy  series by Mike Mignola published by Dark Horse Comics on August 5, 1998 which collects various mini-series, one-shots and back-up features featuring fictional paranormal detective Hellboy .  [1]  [2]  [3] Read more “Hellboy: The Chained Coffin and Others”

Haunted Love

Haunted Love  was a horror – romance anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics from 1973 – 1975. It was part of the Gothic Romance comic book mini-trend of the era, which included the short-lived DC Comics series  The Dark Mansion Of Forbidden Love  and the  Sinister House of Secret Love  , and Atlas / Seaboard Comics ‘ one-shotmagazine  Gothic Romances  . (  Haunted Love  was also part of Charlton’s wave of early 1970s horror-themed titles, including  Ghostly Haunts  ,  Haunted Midnight Tales  , and  Scary Tales  .) Read more “Haunted Love”

Haunted (comics)

Haunted  was a horror -suspense anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics from 1971 to 1984 (though it was primarily reprinted title from 1978 onward). The book was “hosted” by  Impy  , a pint-sized ghost dressed in an all-white superhero costume. With issue # 21, the book’s host became  Baron Weirwulf  (who first appeared in  Ghost Manor  # 19, published in July 1974). From That Point forward,  Haunted  ‘s title Was changed to  Baron Weirwulf’s Haunted Library  (though It was still Known As  Haunted in the indicia).  [1] Read more “Haunted (comics)”

Haunt (comics)

Haunt  is a fictional comic book superhero who appeared in a self-titled ongoing series published by Image Comics . Created by Todd McFarlane and Robert Kirkman , the series debuted in October 2009  [1]  and ended in December 2012 after 28 issues. The comic was originally written by Kirkman with pencils by Ryan Ottley , by Greg Capullo , and byks by McFarlane.  [2]  Joe Casey and Nathan Fox took over the book as creative team of  Haunt  # 19.  [3] Read more “Haunt (comics)”

Hack / Slash

Hack / Slash  is a comic book series, from lancé Several one shots of the Sámi name, published by Image Comics (previously by Devil’s Due Publishing ). The series was created by writer and sometime poking Tim Seeley . The series follows horror victim Cassie Hack as she strikes back at the monsters who prey upon teenagers. These monsters are known as ” slashers “, and are a mix of original villains and crossover appearances, such as the appearance of Re-Animator (from Herbert West-Reanimator )  [1]  [2]  in Volume 1. Read more “Hack / Slash”

Gravel (comics)

Gravel  is the name Given to a series of limited and Ongoing series by Warren Ellis , illustrated by Mike Wolfer and published by Avatar Press .

A number of different limited series have been published under the  Strange Killings  banner, all of which is centered on William Gravel. Most recently these series were republished under the Gravel name, followed by the launch of a new series,  Gravel  . Read more “Gravel (comics)”

Ghostly Tales

Ghostly Tales  was a horror -suspense anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics from 1966 to 1984 (though it was primarily reprinted title from 1978 onward). The book was “hosted” by  Mr. L. Dedd  (later changed to  IM Dedd  ), a middle-aged gentleman with purplish skin and horns who dressed like a vampire . Mr. Dedd spun his “ghostly tales” from the haunted house. Read more “Ghostly Tales”

Ghost Rider: Road to Damnation

Ghost Rider: Road to Damnation  is a six-issue comics miniseries starring the supernatural superhero biker Ghost Rider . It is written by Garth Ennis , illustrated by Clayton Crain , and was first published under the Marvel Knights imprint of Marvel Comics from 2005 to 2006. Although “Road to Damnation” was the title of the story, the title of the book was simply  Ghost Rider  when it was first published. When the miniseries was collected in 2006, it was published under the name:  Ghost Rider: Road to Damnation  . Read more “Ghost Rider: Road to Damnation”

Ghost Manor (comics)

Ghost Manor  was a horror -suspense anthology comic book series published by Charlton Comics (in two volumes) from 1968 to 1984 (though it was primarily reprinted title from 1978 onward). Volume one was “hosted” by the  Old Witch  (not to be confused with the Old Witch Who hosted the 1950s EC title,  Haunt of Fear  ), while volume two Was hosted by Mr. Bones  . Read more “Ghost Manor (comics)”

From Hell

From Hell  is a graphic novel by writer Alan Moore and artist Eddie Campbell , originally published in serial form from 1989 to 1998 and collected in 1999. Set during the Whitechapel murders of the late Victorian era , the novel speculates upon the identity and the motives of Jack the Ripper . The novel has several murders, although portions have been fictionalised, particularly the identity of the killer and the precise nature and circumstances of the murders. The title is taken from the first words of the “From Hell” letter, which some authorities believe was an authentic message sent from the killer in 1888. The collected edition is 572 pages long. The 2000 and later editions are the most common prints. The comic was loosely adapted to a film of the same title , released in 2001. Read more “From Hell”

Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors

Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors is a six-issue limited edition comic book written by Jeff Katz and James Kuhoric, with drawings by Jason Craig . The series was published by Dynamite Entertainment and Comics , with imprint by Wildstorm , beginning in August 2009 and concluding in December 2009. The Nightmare Warriors is a sequel to Freddy Vs. Jason vs. Ash , which was published in 2007 and was itself a sequel to the 2003 movie Freddy Vs. Jason . The series is a crossover between the Nightmare on Elm Street , Friday the 13th , and Evil Dead horror movie franchises . Read more “Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash: The Nightmare Warriors”

Fray (comics)

Fray  is an eight-issue comic book limited series , a futuristic spin-off of the television series  Buffy the Vampire Slayer  . Written by  Buffy  creator Joss Whedon , the series follows aSlayer named Melaka Fray , a chosen one in a time where vampires (called “lurks”) are returning to the slums of New York City, and the rich-poor divide is even greater.  [1]  Volume one is drawn by Karl Moline ( pencils ) and Andy Owens ( inks ). Read more “Fray (comics)”

Frankenstein (Prize Comics)

There have been many comic book adaptations of the  Frankenstein  monster story created by Mary Shelley in her 1818 novel  Frankenstein  . Writer-artist Dick Briefer presented two loose adaptations of the story in the Prize Comics series  Prize Comics  and  Frankenstein  from 1940 to 1954. The first version of what comics historians call Represents American comic books ‘ first Ongoing horror feature. Read more “Frankenstein (Prize Comics)”

Fables (comics)

Fables is an American comic book series created and written by Bill Willingham , published by DC Comics ‘ Vertigo . Willingham served as sole editor for its entirety, with Mark Buckingham penciling more than 110 issues. The series featured various other pencils over the years, most notably Lan Medina and Steve Leialoha . Fables was launched in July 2002, and concluded in July 2015. Read more “Fables (comics)”

The Exterminators (comics)

The Exterminators  was an American monthly comic book series , published under the Vertigo imprint by DC Comics . The comic was created by writer Simon Oliver and artist Tony Moore and follows the employees of the Bug-Bee-Gone extermination company.  [1]  The book is notable for its graphic and darkly humorous take on the extermination business. The first issue Was released on January 4, 2006. At the 2007 San Diego Comic Con It was annoncé que le series HAD beens Would canceled and finish at end 30.  [  citation needed  ]  The series HAD INITIALLY-been envisioned as a 50-issue series . quote needed  ] Read more “The Exterminators (comics)”

Evil Ernie

Evil Ernie  , an undead psychotic killer, is a fictional comic-book character created by writer Brian Pulido and artist Steven Hughes in 1991 and originally published by Eternity Comics , then the imprint shifted hands in 1993 to Chaos! Comics and then Devil’s Due Publishing in 2005. Evil Ernie is currently published by Dynamite Entertainment in their Chaos! Imprint comics. Read more “Evil Ernie”

Elsinore (comics)

Elsinore  is an American comic book published by Devil’s Due Productions . It is written by Ken Lillie-Paetz

Elsinore  tells the tale of  Murchison  , a disgraced doctor who was recruited by the titular asylum in order to help prevent the apocalypse . The series was slated for a run of nine issues and eventually Only five issues have ever published. Issue five shipped in February 2006. Mark Sparacio did the art on the issue of Devil’s Due publishing house. Read more “Elsinore (comics)”

Eerie Publications

Eerie Publications  was a publisher of black-and-white horror- anthology comics magazines. Less well-known and more downscale than the field’s leader, Warren Publishing (  Creepy  ,  Eerie  ,  Vampirella  ), the New York City-based company Was One of Several related publishing ventures run by comic book artist and 1970s magazine entrepreneur Myron Fass . Titles published during their 15 years of operation included  Weird  ,  Horror Tales  ,  Terror Tales  ,  Tales from the Tomb  ,  Tales of Voodoo  , and  Witches’ Tales . All of these magazines featured grisly, lurid color covers. Read more “Eerie Publications”


Eerie  was an American magazine of horror comics introduced in 1966 by Warren Publishing . Like  Mad  , it was a black-and-white magazine intended for newsstand distribution and thus intentionally outside the control of the Comics Code Authority .  [1]  Each issue’s stories were introduced by the host character, Cousin Eerie. Its sister publications were  Creepy and  Vampirella  . Read more “Eerie”


Ectokid  is a fantasy comic book series published by Marvel Comics ‘ Razorline imprint That ran from 1993 to 1994. Created by filmmaker and horror / fantasy novelist Clive Barkeras one of the imprint’s oven Interconnected series, it starred teenaged Dexter Mungo, the child of a mortal and a ghost, who is able to see and interact with the dangerous, interdimensional Ectosphere. Read more “Ectokid”

Doc Stearn … Mr. Monster

Doc Stearn … Mr. Monster  is a fictional character comic book superhero created by Michael T. Gilbert , most recently published by Dark Horse Comics . The character first appeared in Pacific Comics  Vanguard Illustrated  # 7 (July 1984). Later the character à son graduated own monthly series  Doc Stearn … Mr. Monster  from Eclipse Comics . Mr. monster was derived from an old 1940’s character by Fred Kelly who appeared only twice in 1940s Canadian comic books (  Triumph Comics  # 31, 1946, and  Super-Duper Comics # 3, 1947). Mr. Monster, Gilbert heavily revised the character creating a Horror / Humor.  [1] Read more “Doc Stearn … Mr. Monster”

Curse of the Mutants

“Curse of the Mutants”  is a comic book storyline That ran in books published by American company Marvel Comics from July 2010 to May 2011. The arc centers were human bomb exploding in San Francisco ‘s Union Square , covering Dozens (Including Jubilee ) in vampire-converting blood. It becomes the mission of the X-Men to track down Dracula’sXarus sound, now ‘Lord of the Vampires’, even if that means enlisting vampire-hunter Blade . Read more “Curse of the Mutants”


Deadworld  is an ongoing American comic book published by Desperado Publishing in association with IDW Publishing .

The series follows survivors in a post-apocalyptic scenario brought on by zombie attacks. Led by King Zombie, Deadworld brings a different slaughtering zombies.   Read more “Deadworld”

Deadly Class

Deadly Class  is a horror and Action genre American comic book series written by Rick Remender , illustrated by Wesley Craig, colored by Lee Loughridge , and lettered by Rus Wooton.  Deadly Class  at King’s Dominion Workshop of the Deadly Arts, a high school secret in San Francisco , as they train to become the next generation of murderers for crime families across the globe. Read more “Deadly Class”

Dead Space (comics)

Dead Space  is a 2008 comic book prequel to the game  Dead Space: Extraction  and to the movie  Dead Space: Downfall  . The  Dead Space  video game continues where the film ended. It is published by Image Comics and is written by Antony Johnston ,  [1]  Who aussi wrote the game’s dialogue with art by Ben Templesmith . An animated version of the comic was available to download via Xbox Live, PSN and various game review sites such as in summer 2008. The animated version is also available as a bonus material in  Dead Space: Extraction  . Read more “Dead Space (comics)”

Darkstalkers (comics)

Darkstalkers  is a comic book series created by UDON Comics and based on the  Darkstalkers  video game franchise by Capcom .  [1]

It was originally published by Devil’s Due Publishing , consisting of six issues in 2004-2005 that were later collected in a TPB collection, which was included in the end of each issue, and included a special Morrigan background story previously only seen in  Capcom Summer Special  (2004) comic book. In 2010, UDON revived the series in a three-issue miniseries entitled  Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors  .  [2]  [3] Read more “Darkstalkers (comics)”

30 Days of Night

30 Days of Night is a three-issue horror comic book miniseries written by Steve Niles , illustrated by Ben Templesmith , and published by the American company IDW Publishing in 2002. All three parts co-own the property.

The series takes place in Barrow, Alaska , so it’s not up for 30 days. In the series, vampires , being vulnerable to sunlight, take advantage of the prolonged darkness to openly kill the townspeople and feed at will. Read more “30 Days of Night”

Curse of the Mutants

“Curse of the Mutants” is a comic book storyline That ran in books published by American company Marvel Comics from July 2010 to May 2011. The arc centers were human bomb exploding in San Francisco ‘s Union Square , covering Dozens (Including Jubilee ) in vampire-converting blood. It becomes the mission of the X-Men to track down Dracula’sXarus sound, now ‘Lord of the Vampires’, even if that means enlisting vampire-hunter Blade . Read more “Curse of the Mutants”

Cry for Dawn

Cry for Dawn was an American 9-issue horror anthology comic book . The book was first written by Joseph Michael Linsner and Joseph Monks with artwork by Joseph Michael Linsner. [1] The series featured guest artist and writers in some issues, but the work performed by Linsner and Monks. citation needed ] It was published by Cry for Dawn Productionsfrom 1989-1992 and introduced the character of Dawn, the goddess of birth and rebirth. Although Dawn served as an emcee in the Cry for Dawn issues, she would have many more titles dedicated to Sirius Entertainment , Image Comics , and Read more “Cry for Dawn”

Crossed (comics)

Crossed is a comic book written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Jacen Burrows for the first ten issues, and published by Avatar Press . Following Crossed volumes : Family Values ,Crossed 3D , and Crossed: Psychopath were written by David Lapham . A new series, Crossed: Badlands is written and drawn by rotating creative teams. [1] The franchise has also spawned two webcomics : Crossed: Wish You Were Here , which ran from 2012-2014, [2] and Crossed: Dead or Alive, which began syndication in November 2014. [3] Read more “Crossed (comics)”

Criminal Macabre: A Cal McDonald Mystery

Criminal Macabre: A Cal McDonald Mystery is a comic series book starring Cal McDonald, an antihero American comic book character created in 1990 by writer Steve Niles . The character’s adventures have been published by Dark Horse Comics and later IDW Publishing .

Cal himself is akin to John Constantine , a DC Comics paranormal detective . He takes illicit drugs, and befriends a network of ghouls to assist him in his cases. Policemen do not really care to be involved with Cal. Read more “Criminal Macabre: A Cal McDonald Mystery”

Creepy (magazine)

Creepy Was an American horror – comics magazine lancé by Warren Publishing in 1964. Like Mad , It was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine size and THUS Did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority . An anthology magazine, it was published quarterly but later went bimonthly. Each issue’s stories were introduced by the host character, Uncle Creepy. Its sister publications were Eerie and Vampirella . [1] Read more “Creepy (magazine)”

Crawl To Me

Crawl To Me is a comic book miniseries That Was written and illustrated by Life of Agony bassist Alan Robert . [1] The series was published by IDW Publishing from June 2011 through October 2011 and covered by four issues. [2] The collected issues were released in a trade paperback on 17 January 2012 and a special “Evil Edgar Edition” was released on 14 August 2012 with additional artwork, an introduction by Walter Simonson, and cover artwork by Menton3. A limited “Red Label” deluxe edition was released in 2013 and featured on a slipcase, signature page, and hand-drawn artwork along with the material included in the “Evil Edgar Edition”. [3] Read more “Crawl To Me”

Chopper (comics)

Chopper is a horror comic book mini-series written by Martin Shapiro , illustrated by Juan Ferreyra (Who Was later Replaced by Cliff Richards from issue # 3 onward), and published by Asylum Press in 2011. [1] [2]

The series is a modern-day reimagining of the headless horseman from ” The Legend of Sleepy Hollow ” that takes place in Daytona Beach, Florida during Bike Week . Read more “Chopper (comics)”

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an American comic book published by Archie Horror , an imprint of Archie Comics , beginning in 2014, focusing on Sabrina Spellman during her teenage years in the 1960s. It is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa , with art by Robert Hack , and is inspired by the appearances of Sabrina in Aguirre-Sacasa’s other Archie series, Afterlife with Archie . Read more “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”

Chamber of Darkness

Chamber of Darkness is a horror / fantasy anthology comic book published by Marvel Comics, United States Marvel Comics : it is a future name, it runs from 1969 to 1974. It is written by Stan Lee ,writer Gerry Conway and Archie Goodwin , and artists John Buscema , Johnny Craig , Jack Kirby , Tom Sutton , Barry Windsor-Smith (as Barry Smith), andBernie Wrightson . Stories Were Generally hosted by Either of the characters Digger hasGravedigger , or Headstone P. Gravely, in undertaker garb, or by one of the artists or writers. Read more “Chamber of Darkness”


Cavewoman is an American alternative comic book created by writer-artist Budd Root , and originally published by Basement Comics and additionally by Caliber Comics andAvatar Press . The story follows superhuman Meriem Cooper, a 19-year-old jungle woman who battles dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures in the Cretaceous period .

Root credits the artist William Stout , Playboy cartoon feature Little Annie Fanny , as his inspirations for the character. Read more “Cavewoman”

Caballistics, Inc.

Caballistics, Inc is a horror / fantasy story, set in the present day, that has been running in the weekly British anthology comic 2000AD since December 2002. The story was created by writer Gordon Rennie and artist Dom Reardon (the latter of whom has been the artist on the strip of its inception).

It’s a spin-off, Absalom , based around Inspector Harry Absalom (given as “Absolam” in Caballistics, Inc. ), written by Rennie with art by Tiernen Trevallion . Read more “Caballistics, Inc.”

Office for Paranormal Research and Defense

The Office for Paranormal Research and Defense (the BPRD or BPRD ) is a fictional organization in the comic book work of Mike Mignola , founded by the United States and United Kingdom governments, with researching the occult , paranormal and supernatural , and defending against their hazards. The BPRD originally appeared in the Hellboycomics and has since been a major part of its expanded universe . Read more “Office for Paranormal Research and Defense”


Bug-a-Booo (“Turma do Penadinho”) is a Brazilian comic strip, created in 1963 and part of the Monica’s Gang series. All of the characters are monsters or other supernatural creatures, none of them being a human being. The main location for their stories is a cemetery . However, their stories are not intended to be scary , actually they are sometimes classified as “Terrir”, which is a Portmanteau [1] of the Portuguese words “Terror” ( horror ) and “Rir” (to laugh). Some of their stories, they have to deal with the fact that vampires, ghosts, zombies and mummies are no longer appreciated as characters of horror movies. People are opting for assassins, psychopaths, serial killers, etc. [1] Read more “Bug-a-Booo”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine is a comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics from 2011 to 2013. It’s the Sequel to the Season Eight comic book series, acanonical continuation of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer . [2] The Nine Season also incorporates a new Buffy spin-off series, Angel & Faith , and two spin-off miniseries Willow: Wonderland and Spike: A Dark Place Each core series consisted of 25 issues and each miniseries consisted of 5 issues. Read more “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight is a comic book series published by Dark Horse Comics from 2007 to 2011. The series serves as a canonical [2] Continuation of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer , and follows the events of that show’s final televised season . [3] It was produced by Joss Whedon , who wrote or co-wrote three of the series arcs and several one-shot stories. The series was followed by Season Nine in 2011. Read more “Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight”

Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics

Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics Refer to comic books based on the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer . While many of these comics have been published when they were not shownin the TV series,they were not all considered canonical and often deal with characters who do not appear in the television series, most notably in the Tales of the Slayers and Tales of the Vampires mini-series . Read more “Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics”

Blade (comics)

Blade ( Eric Brooks ) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . Created by writer Marv Wolfman and penciling Gene Colan , his first appearance in the comic book The Tomb of Dracula # 10 (July 1973) as a supporting character .

The character went on to star and co-star in several comic book series as well as Blade film series and television series . Actor Wesley Snipes portrayed the vampire hunter in the movie Blade series while Kirk “Sticky Fingaz” Jones took on the role for the television series. Read more “Blade (comics)”

Blackest Night

” Blackest Night ” is a 2009-2010 American comic book crossover storyline published by DC Comics , consisting of an eponymous, central miniseries written by Geoff Johns and penciled by Ivan Reis , and a number of tie-in books. [1] “Blackest Night” involves Nekron , a personified force of death who reanimates deceased superheroes and seeks to eliminate all life and emotion from the universe. Geoff Johns has identified the series as central theme as emotion. [2] The crossover was published for a limited edition of Green Lantern and Green Lantern Corpscomic titles. Various other limited series and tie-ins, including an audio drama from Darker Projects, were published. Read more “Blackest Night”

Black Hole (comics)

Black Hole is a twelve-issue comic book limited series written and illustrated by Charles Burns and published by Kitchen Sink Press , then Fantagraphics . It was released in the year 2005 by Pantheon Books . The story deals with the aftermath of a sexually transmitted disease which causes grotesque mutations in teenagers. Burns has said that the mutations can be read as a metaphor for adolescence, sexual awakening and the transition into adulthood. [1] Read more “Black Hole (comics)”


Bizenghast is a first gothic graphic novel series [nb 1] written and illustrated by M. Alice LeGrow . The first seven volumes were published by Tokyopop , with the final volume released in late April 2012. [5] After placing in Tokyo’s Rising Stars of Manga competition with her short story “Nikolai”, LeGrow successfully pitched the series to Tokyopop’s editors. She worked on the series from 2004 to 2011. Set in the haunted New England town of Bizenghast, the story follows Dinah, an orphaned teenager who is tasked with returning to an ancient mausoleum to free the ghosts within the building. Read more “Bizenghast”

Bell’s Theorem (comics)

Bell’s Theorem (original German title The Shelter , “The Truth about Shelby”) is a three-volume sci-fi horror graphic novel by German comic artist Matthias Schultheiss that originally published between 1985 and 1988. It was Schultheiss’s breakthrough work as a graphic novel artist. The title references Bell’s theorem from quantum mechanics . Read more “Bell’s Theorem (comics)”

Beasts of Burden

Beasts of Burden is a comic book series created by writer Evan Dorkin and artist Jill Thompson , and published by the American company Dark Horse Comics . The title centers one year eponymous team of smart animals That Investigate different paranormal events That Occur In Their small neighborhood of Burden Hill. The group consists of Ace, Rex, Jack, Whitey, and Pugsley, and a cat named Orphan (later they are joined by another cat named Dymphna, to form witch’s familiar ). The group is often seen consulting with “Wise Dogs”, local shaman-like elders of their community. [1] Read more “Beasts of Burden”

Bayou Arcana

Bayou Arcana: Songs of Loss and Redemption is a graphic novel anthology of 11 stories created by a team of male writers and female artists, [1] first published in 2012. It draws heavily on the United States’ ‘ Southern Gothic ‘ tradition of mysticism in both the storytelling themes and visual art. [2] Much of the stories’ content is also related to cultural issues of oppression and retribution in the context of the history of Southern United States Read more “Bayou Arcana”

BPRD: The Soul of Venice and Other Stories

BPRD: The Soul of Venice & Other Stories is the second trade paperback collection in the BPRD series.

Publication history

The series of four one-shot comic books written by a variety of guest writers and artists were published in the month of September. Hellboy: Weird Tales in 2003 while Mignola was in Prague working on the first Hellboy movie. [1] Read more “BPRD: The Soul of Venice and Other Stories”

BPRD: Hollow Earth and Other Stories

BPRD: Hollow Earth & Other Stories is the first trade paper collection in the BPRD series.

Collected stories

Hollow Earth 

This was the first BPRD mini-series. Three issues long, it was written by Mike Mignola , Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski with art by Ryan Sook and Curtis Arnold . It was published from January to June 2002. [1] [2] [3] [4] Read more “BPRD: Hollow Earth and Other Stories”

BPRD: Garden of Souls

BPRD: Garden of Souls is the seventh trade paper collection in the BPRD series.

Publication History

BPRD: Garden of Souls Was Originally published as a five-issue BPRD comic book mini-series , written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi with art by Guy Davis and published by Dark Horse Comics . [1] Each issue featured by Guy Davis. Read more “BPRD: Garden of Souls”

List of minor 2000 AD stories

This is a list of minor 2000 AD stories .




Absalom [1] is a horror story spin-off from Caballistics, Inc. by Gordon Rennie and Tiernen Trevallion . It spanned three installments “Noblesse Obligie” in 2000 AD # 1732-1739 (May-June 2011), “Sick leave” in 2000 AD Prog 2012 (December 2011) and “Ghosts of London” in 2000 AD # 1765-1771 (January -February 2012). Read more “List of minor 2000 AD stories”

Army of Darkness (comics)

Army of Darkness comics are based is the movie of the Sámi name published Originally By Dark Horse Comics , and later by Dynamite Entertainment Who INITIALLY published em through Devil’s Due Publishing .

The stories follow the adventures of the Evil Dead series , Ash Williams , and HAS included a number of crossovers with a wide variety of characters Such as, Marvel Zombies , Darkman , Freddy Krueger , Jason Voorhees , Dracula , Xena , Danger Girl , and Re -Animator . Read more “Army of Darkness (comics)”

The Antique Gift Shop

The Antique Gift Shop ( Hangul :  분녀 네 선물 가게 ; RR :  Bun’nyeoye Seonmulgage ) is a manhwa created by Lee Eun . In the United States , Yen Press (originally Ice Kunion ) publishes the series. [1]

The series is about Bun-nyuh Cho, a girl who once attended the famous S University with stellar grades who was tricked by her grandmother to run an antique shop instead. But the cursed antiques have their own way of selecting and affecting the lives of their new owners, or mysteriously finding a way back to their old masters. Read more “The Antique Gift Shop”

Animal Man (comic book)

Animal Man was a comic book ongoing series published by DC Comics starring the superhero Animal Man . The series is best known by the writer by Grant Morrison from issue # 1 to # 26 with penciling by Chas Truog who stayed on the series until # 32. Almost all of the writers and artists are part of the British Invasion of comics . Read more “Animal Man (comic book)”

Angel: After the Fall

Angel: After the Fall , also known as Angel: Season 6 , is a comic book published by IDW Publishing . Written by Brian Lynch and Plotted with Joss Whedon , the series is acanonical continuation of the Angel television series, and follows the events of that show’s final season . [1] [2] Angel: After the Fall Was Prompted by IDW Publishing and Joss Whedon partner after the success of Dark Horse Comics ‘ Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight qui is the official comic continuation of Angel’Mothershow, Buffy the Vampire Slayer . Angel: After the Fall sees the heroic vampire , Angel , copying with the apocalyptic aftermath of the television series after he took over and subsequently betrayed the demonic law firm, Wolfram & Hart . The city of Los Angeles has been awakened by Wolfram & Hart as a result of Angel’s actions. The series follows his efforts to rescue the people he has sworn to protect. The first issue was released on November 21, 2007. Read more “Angel: After the Fall”

The Aluria Chronicles

The Aluria Chronicles has stand-alone western yaoi Original English-language manga with story by Calissa Leigh and art by Yishan Li, published by Yaoi Press in 2006.

A young man named Gin is falsely accused of murder and then sacrificed to a demon as punishment. However, see that Gin was innocent, the great bird-like demon drops the young man to the mystical land of Aluria. Read more “The Aluria Chronicles”

All His Engines

John Constantine, Hellblazer: All His Engines is an original graphic novel featuring the DC Comics character John Constantine , written by Mike Carey , with art by Leonardo Manco . The graphic novel is a spin-off of the long-running Hellblazer series, published by the DC Comics imprint Vertigo . It was first published in January 2005. [1] Read more “All His Engines”

Afterlife with Archie

Afterlife with Archie is a comic book published by Archie Comics beginning in 2013, depicting a zombie apocalypse that begins in the town of Riverdale in an alternative reality. It is written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa , [1] with art by Francesco Francavilla , [2] and is inspired by a zombie-themed variant cover which Francavilla did for an issue of Life with Archie[3] Read more “Afterlife with Archie”

Adventures into the Unknown

Adventures Into the Unknown was an American comic-book magazine series best known as the medium’s first ongoing horror-comics title. [1] Published by the American Comics Group , originally under the imprint B & I Publishing, it ran 174 issues ( cover-dated Fall 1948 – Aug. 1967). [2] The first two issues, which included art by Fred Guardineer and others, featured horror stories of ghosts, werewolves, haunted houses, killer puppets and other supernatural and local. The premiere included a seven-page, abridged adaptation of Horace Walpole’s seminal gothic novel The Castle of Otranto , by an unknown writer and artist Al Ulmer . [2] Read more “Adventures into the Unknown”

’68 (comic book)

‘ 68 is a monthly comic book series created by writer Mark Kidwell , and published by Image Comics about a Apocalypse Zombie set in 1968 During the Vietnam War and the peace movement Against the War . The stories follow the survivors, both military and civilian, in both Vietnam and the United States .

The series is marketed as various series for each story or one-shots . The origin of the comic dates back to 2006 when the comic simply titled ’68 was published. The ongoing series started in April 2011 and the original 2006 issue was republished in October of that year as the Encore Edition .Publication history  Read more “’68 (comic book)”

30 Days of Night

30 Days of Night is a three-issue horror comic book miniseries written by Steve Niles , illustrated by Ben Templesmith , and published by the American company IDW Publishing in 2002. All three parts co-own the property.

The series takes place in Barrow, Alaska , so it’s not up for 30 days. In the series, vampires , being vulnerable to sunlight, take advantage of the prolonged darkness to openly kill the townspeople and feed at will. Read more “30 Days of Night”

Horror comics

Horror comics are comic books , graphic novels , black-and-white comics magazines, and manga focusing on horror fiction . In the US market, horror comic books reached a peak in the late 1940s through the mid-1950s, when the subject of content and the imposition of self-censorship Comics Code Authoritycontributed to the demise of many titles and the toning down of others. Black-and-white horror-comics magazines, which did not fall under the Code, flourished from the mid-1960s through the early 1980s from a variety of publishers. Mainstream American color comic books experienced a horror resurgence in the 1970s, following a loosening of the Code. While the genre has had greater and lesser periods of popularity, it occupies a firm niche in comics as of the 2010s. Read more “Horror comics”

Skywald Publications

Skywald Publications was an American publisher of black and white comic magazines, mostly horror anthologies Nightmare, Psycho and Scream. He has also published a small line of comics and other magazines.

Skywald’s first release was Nightmare # 1 (cover dated Dec 1970). The company lasted until the end of 1974 or early 1975, with Psycho # 24 (March 1975) being its final publication. Nightmare has published 23 issues and Scream has published 11 issues. Read more “Skywald Publications”