Tag: Horror Comics

Eibon Press Releasing Graphic Novel of ZOMBIE

Horror Fans, especially those who collect comics, know about Eibon Press which often remind others about Gore Shriek and while that comic is often black and white pages and color cover, the Eibon design brings vivid colors, and loving lust of gore, splatter and gut spilling for the most special disgusting for fans to crave…


Remembrance of the Dead for November 2018

This page will serve as the Death Notices for those who contributed to the Horror Genre, in some manner, starting on November 12, with the most recent date first.   ********************      ********************      ************************* NOVEMBER 13, 2018 Lucho Gatica August 11, 1929 – November 13, 2018 (age 89) Don’t panic (1987)   ********************   …


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…


Creature from the Black Lagoon (1993) Comic Review – By Baron Craze

Among many of the reigning kings in the Universal Studios, where the Land of Monsters exists, fans clamor for Dracula, Frankenstein and the Wolf Man, however another beloved one comes in the Gill Man, aka Creature or Fish Monster. He graced the silver screen in 1954 and appeared in numerous sequels, just last Halloween season…


Puppet Master: The Offering #1 (2015) Comic Review – By Baron Craze

One of the longtime b-movie favorites of horror fans, is none other than Puppet Master, released in 1989 from Charles Band and Full Moon Studios, and became a lasting franchise totaling 10-movies, now finds itself onto pages of comic books. For those fans unaware of these villains, they’re actually toy puppets reanimated by Egyptian magic…