Neil Riehle

Neil Riehle
Neil Riehle Neil Riehle

Raised on the ice planet Mn, Neil longed to find a place in the universe far from the wind and snow. After reaching young adulthood, he set sail on the solar winds, eventually settling on the star system California, earning a modest existence in the graphics trade. There he has remained, honing his skills in cartooning and art, engaging the new technologies presented in the computer age, and lurking on the fringes of the comic book establishment. This website is a portal to some of his interests and endeavors, and he hopes you will find something of value here to validate taking the time to visit.

neilriehle.deviantart.com
In: Art, Comics

Shawn Van Briesen

Shawn Van Briesen
Shawn Van Briesen Shawn Van Briesen

Commercial artist, animator, actor, (occasionally...or rather, recently) art director or production designer on film and TV productions. Lately, I've started drawing comic books again (haven't done so since 1999).

shawnvanbriesen.tumblr.com
In: Art, Comics

The October Faction

The October Faction
The October Faction The October Faction

It is said that no two families are alike, but never has that been more true than in the case of the Allan family, the subject of Steve Niles and Damien Worm‘s new IDW ongoing series, The October Faction.

The creative team behind Monster & Madman would like to introduce you to the ongoing adventures of retired monster-hunter Frederick Allan and his family… which include a thrill-killer, a witch, and a warlock. Because sometimes crazy is the glue that binds a family together.

www.idwpublishing.com/october-faction
In: Comics

Greg Chapman

Greg Chapman
Greg Chapman Greg Chapman

Greg Chapman is an emerging horror author and artist from Australia.

After joining the Australian Horror Writers Association in 2009, Greg Chapman was selected for its mentor program under the tutelage of author Brett McBean.

Since then he has had short stories published in The Absent Willow Review, Trembles, Eclecticism, Bete Noire, Morpheus Tales, Midnight Echo, and the anthologies Sex, Drugs and Horror, Frightmares and A Killer Among Demons.

Greg is the author of four novellas, “Torment”, “The Noctuary” (Damnation Books, 2011), “Vaudeville” (Dark Prints Press, 2012) and “The Last Night of October” (Bad Moon Books, 2013).

His debut collection, “Vaudeville and Other Nightmares”, was published by Black Beacon Books in September, 2014.

He is also a horror artist and his first graphic novel “Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times”, written by Bram Stoker Award® winning authors Rocky Wood and Lisa Morton was published by McFarland & Company in 2012.

www.darkscrybe.com
In: Books, Comics

Grave Matters

Grave Matters
Grave Matters Grave Matters

Join Dr Lindsey Fitzharris and Chris Skaife (The Ravenmaster at the Tower of London) as they dig up stories about the fates of Britain's wickedest criminals, from the 12th to the 20th century. What do we know about the executioners of the past? When did the "long drop" come into existence? And what exactly happened to all those heads on Tower Bridge? Check out their blog and The Hung & Drawn Quarterly for answers!

www.gravemattersblog.com
In: Comics, Interesting

John Coulthart

John Coulthart
John Coulthart John Coulthart

John Coulthart's first public illustration work was for the Hawkwind album Church of Hawkwind in 1982. Since then his designs and illustrations have appeared on vinyl sleeves, CD and DVD packages for artists including Jon Hassell, Steven Severin, Cradle of Filth, Melechesh and many others. As a comic artist John produced the Lord Horror series ‘Reverbstorm’ with David Britton for Savoy Books, and received the dubious accolade of having an earlier Savoy title, ‘Hard Core Horror’ 5, declared obscene in a British court of law. His collection of HP Lovecraft adaptations and illustrations, The Haunter of the Dark and Other Grotesque Visions, was published in a definitive edition in 2006 by Creation Oneiros, and features ‘The Great Old Ones’, an exclusive collaboration with Alan Moore.

www.johncoulthart.com
In: Art, Comics, Design

Ghastly Awards

Ghastly Awards
Ghastly Awards Ghastly Awards

The Ghastly Awards recognize outstanding achievements in Horror Comics over a range of 15 different categories. The nominees are chosen by other horror comic book professionals and winners are chosen by a panel of judges. Since the start of the awards, 4 more judges have been added into the group.

Named for acclaimed comics creator “Ghastly” Graham Ingles, the awards are in their 2nd year. Created to honor excellence in Horror Comics, every comic creator had a say in who the nominees were by nominating their favorites, throughout the year.

www.ghastlyawards.com
In: Comics, Communities
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