Comics Creepshow

Comics Creepshow 10: City of Dust

Steve Niles, Master Horror Comic Scribe, has been churning out book after book in the past two months. First off, was CRIMINAL MACABRE: CELL BLOCK 666, which was reviewed in Comics Creepshow 8. There were also his two Gotham city based books, BATMAN: GOTHAM AT MIDNIGHT and SIMON DARK. EPILOGUE, his new miniseries about a man turned into a vampire, who has decided to use his supernatural abilities to fight crime, was another possible candidate for review here, but I chose another book for this week’s column.

Comics Creepshow 9: Dead Space

COMICS CREEPSHOW 9: DEAD SPACE

Comics Creepshow 8: Criminal Macabre

COMICS CREEPSHOW 8 : CRIMINAL MACABRE- CELL BLOCK 666

Last week I mentioned that both of the big Steve’s, Stephen King and Steve Niles, had comic book work coming out this month. For King, having his work translated into the comic book form is a major event. For Niles, a new comic coming out isn’t rare at all. Niles is one of the most prolific writers, not only in horror comics, but in comics in general. You may be familiar with his vampire saga, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT, but Niles has a project even closer to his heart- CRIMINAL MACABRE.

Comics Creepshow 6: Cthulhu Madness

COMICS CREEPSHOW VOLUME SIX: CTHULHU MADNESS

Comics Creepshow 5: The Walking Dead

I really wanted to hold off reviewing THE WALKING DEAD, after reading my previous entries and finding that I have yet to trash a book. It has all been high praise for the past month, and writing about Robert Kirkman’s zombie epic was just going to be more ass kissing to the creators, and lots and lots of “this is why you should be reading this book” moments. Unfortunately, whenever there is a holiday on a Monday, New Comic Book Day gets pushed back to Thursdays.

Comics Creepshow 4: Halloween

COMICS CREEPSHOW VOLUME FOUR:

Comics Creepshow 3: Mark Millar Interview

COMICS CREEPSHOW VOL. 3: An Interview with Comics and Hollywood Superstar, Mark Millar, With A Brief Review of His Horror Comics

Comics Creepshow Vol 2

This week we've got the following titles on tap for the Comics Creepshow:

FRANK FRAZETTA’S- DRACULA MEETS THE WOLFMAN

WELCOME TO HOXFORD

FRIDAY THE 13th - THE ABUSER AND THE ABUSED

What a great week to start a column reviewing horror comics. Since, I normally don’t go looking specifically for horror comics on the stands, I was shocked to see how many come out week by week. There was more than enough books to write about. I figured I would save some of the ones I bought today for next weeks column.

Comics Creepshow Vol 1

One of the biggest misconceptions people have about comic books is that all comics are filled with muscle men in spandex, whipping out bad puns, as they beat each other to death. For many people, the world of comics is embodied by the old Batman TV show, staring Adam West.

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