Tag: Comic Book Review

Crypt of Shadows V1 #15 (Jan 1975) Comic Review – By Baron Craze

I think it clear to most readers of our site that I adore horror comics, and I honestly have over 6 full-sized boxes of comics, I mainly focus on the those of yesteryear the special ones from the bygone era, when the stories were more about the storytelling than mere gore, bloodshed, and nudity factors….


Blood of Dracula (Full Series) – By Baron Craze

I waited to review this series for a long time, but needed to wait until I had all the issues, and hence just discovered the long sought after issue 19, to complete the entire arc of the story. Blood of Dracula started in 1987 with the first issue appearing on November 1, published by Apple…


The Haunt of Horror (Vol 1 No 1) (1974) Comic Review – By Baron Craze

This past May the long forgotten and short-run comic horror magazine, ‘Haunt of Horror’ hit the milestone of 45-years, sought primarily by collectors and the series owned by this Horror Historian. Originally published by Curtis Magazines, a subdivision of Marvel Comics, lasting five issues from May 1974 until January 1975, available at the original cost…


Comic Review: Supernatural Thrillers #2 Invisible Man – By Baron Craze

Ah, my love of all things horror, comic books are among them, and while I enjoy the modern day ones, complete incredible graphic and rampant gore, the classics always hold a fondness for me, perhaps where I grew up the visits to a local comic book store held the adventures of discovering another world. Often…


Dead of Night Featuring Werewolf by Night Comic Review (2009) – By Baron Craze

In a time of horror-comics taking on zombies and other beasts, to return to the limited run from publisher MAX (Marvel) an interesting treat for the readers. The storyline involves obviously werewolves, an entry often overlooked, unless one seeks out Ferals from Avatar Press and few others, but this series generates rich and explicit panels…


ZMD: Zombies of Mass Destruction Comic Series – By Baron Craze

Kevin Grevioux, a comic book writer and creator who wrote the original screenplay for Underworld (2003) which became a lasting franchise, with Len Wiseman directing the first one and Danny McBride penning the screenplay. In addition, Kevin starred as the character Raze and return in a prequel entitled, Underworld: Rise of the Lycans, but more…