Here there be all manner of art - some good, some bad and a few slightly mouldy. Unless you want to be bitten, drooled upon or happy slapped... please, please tread carefully and remember to carry a big stick at all times!Explore More ...
Comics to give you the Creeps! Creeps Magazine is a loving tribute to the Warren horror comics of the 60's, 70's and 80's.www.thecreepsmagazine.com
The art of Mike Mignola, creator of Hellboy.www.artofmikemignola.com
Bernie Wrightson is an American artist known for his horror illustrations and comic books.
In 1968 he drew his first professional comic book story, "The Man Who Murdered Himself", which appeared in House of Mystery No. 179 (March–April 1969). He continued to work on a variety of mystery and anthology titles for both DC and, a few years later, its principal rival, Marvel Comics. It was for Marvel's Chamber of Darkness and Tower of Shadows titles where he was first encouraged to slightly simplify his intricate pen-and-ink drawing, and where his lush brushwork, a hallmark of his comics inking in the 1970s, was first evidenced. With writer Len Wein, Wrightson co-created the muck creature Swamp Thing in House of Secrets No. 92 (July 1971) in a standalone horror story set in the Victorian era.
Bernie sells original art, prints, sketchbooks, and occasional other odd items at his frequent convention and in-store appearances.www.berniewrightson.com
The work of the gifted, Sideshow Collectibles artist Fabian Schlaga.www.monk-art.com
Weird Tales has always been the most popular and sought-after of all pulp magazines. Its mix of exotic fantasy, horror, science fiction, suspense, and the just plain indescribable has enthralled generations of readers throughout the world.
Collected here are 13 of the best short stories published in Weird Tales' first year of publication, 1923 -- classics by many who would later play an integral part in the Unique Magazine, such as H.P. Lovecraft, Frank Owen, and Farnsworth Wright.$10 @ Amazon.com
A parallel universe alliance between Eerie Publications and the 1973 Johnson-Smith Novelty Company "Horror Record." This lurid mess is a short film that made around Halloween of 2010. It marries the audio from what is probably the Worst/Best horror record (mail ordered from a comic book ad) with visuals culled from the crude and gruesome cover art favored by the company that gave me nightmares as a child, Eerie Publications.
Directed by Jason Willis ©2010www.jasonwillis.com
Special introduction by Misfits' Jerry Only! Back from the open grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror artists of the known and unknown variety poured their tortured souls into these comics. The best and rarest stories have been chosen with the help of top horror comic collectors. The comics are all lovingly restored and presented in full-creepy color. Bonus: a story by Warren Kramer reproduced from the original art and Kramer's sketches for this book's iconic cover! You will be thrilled, chilled and maybe even a little sickened by the over-the-top zombies, ghouls and gore in this latest addition to The Chilling Archives of Horror!$18 @ Amazon.com
Hello Ghouls and Goblins!Explore More ...
A high-priced Hollywood call-girl gets set up on a bad date by her transvestite madame, gets bitten by a zombie, and then seeks out vengeance on those who wronged her! Cartoon grindhouse action abounds - with voodoo queens, zombie convicts and crooked LAPD!Explore More ...