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Based on the classic Chillers feature film from Troma! Evil travels in many forms…even by bus. 11 stories presented in this anthology release as our transit bus driver ‘and host’, Peterr Jesus, delivers folks to their final destination and shares with us their tales of horror and misery. In the tradition of such shows as Night Gallery and a darker Twilight Zone, the original director of the acclaimed Chillers feature film, Daniel Boyd, delivers a unique blend of stories for horror and gothic loving audiences worldwide to enjoy. Featuring stories and artwork from some of the comic industry’s best known talent. With each graphic novel being nominated for both the Ghastly Award and Shel Dorf Awards for Best Anthology. Emerging from the twilight...from out of the crypt and beyond the darkside comes...CHILLERS
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The first volume was nominated for Best Horror graphic novel by both Shel Dorf Awards and the Ghastly Awards. It was also named as Best Horror Anthology for 2012 by Decapitated Dan's Dark Delights. The second volume continues the quality with 14 ALL NEW tales based on the Troma Film, Chillers that was written and directed by Daniel Boyd. Boyd has assembled much of the same talents for this second volume and included some great new additions. Join in as the Babylon Bus picks up the participants who have found themselves in horror and gothic surroundings with only a few to live through the tale to tell it.
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When Brad Majors and Janet Weiss find themselves in a rainstorm with a flat tire, they decide to go to an active yet mysterious castle. There, they find themselves in the midst of strange people at a party which is led by the "sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania", Dr. Frank N. Furter. Brad and Janet soon find out how different life can be under the guidance of Frank N. Furter. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 1 of 3.
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Dr. Frank N. Furter brings his greatest creation to life...Rocky. However, part of Rocky's brain was taken from Eddie who comes out of his deep sleep only to be killed by Frank. Brad and Janet both fall under the persuasive and promiscuous attention of Frank, discovering their own feelings for each other might not have been as strong as they thought. Eddie's uncle, Dr. Everett Scott arrives, to find his nephew. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 2 of 3.
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Rocky and Janet find each other, much to the chagrin of both Frank and Brad. Frank realizes that something is up and captures all of his assistants and turns them to stone. Brad, Janet, Dr. Scott, Rocky, and Columbia are forced to perform a cabaret show but Riff Raff and Magenta break it up as they reveal themselves to be aliens who are not happy with Frank. The official adaptation of the cult hit, Rocky Horror Picture Show. Adapted and illustrated by Kevin VanHook (Bloodshot by Valiant, Oracle for DC). Issue 3 of 3.
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"Velda: Girl Detective" is a multileveled representation of the more lurid of the 1950s crime comics as if it actually existed as a classic Golden Age comic. The comic series was more than a passing homage to the noir films and hard-boiled detective school of writing of the 1950s as it included in certain issues as special features a Velda paper doll kit and the complete 1955 Velda pinup calendar to provide authenticity. The comics also included vintage parody ads as well as featurettes such as "Hawkshaw Hawk, Bird Detective" and "Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene" to entertain readers. Though the work of fiction, the comics were presented to the audience as if Velda actually existed and had her private eye investigative adventures during the 1950's in the big city. This publication collects issues 1-8 and all the Velda bonus features.
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"Velda: Girl Detective" is a multileveled representation of the more lurid of the 1950s crime comics as if it actually existed as a classic Golden Age comic. Velda is more than a passing homage to the noir films and hard-boiled detective school of writing of the 1950s as it included in issues as special features such as a Velda paper doll kit and the complete 1955 Velda pinup calendar to provide authenticity. The comics also include vintage parody ads as well as short story featurettes such as "Hawkshaw Hawk, Bird Detective" and "Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene" to entertain readers. The exciting 1st issue: Velda is awakened from her wholly unnecessary beauty sleep to solve a brutal murder in the "Case of the Homicide Hotel"! Also in this issue: Velda chases a thief in "Butter Safe Than Sorry" and a larcenous dentist in "Velda Does a Favor." An adventure of Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene and Hawkshaw Hawk: Bird Detective round out the issue.
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We learn how a burlesque queen became a private eye in the 1950's when Velda tries to solve a "Murder at the Follies!" Also in this issue: Velda uncovers a Communist plot to blow up Margate, New Jersey in "Velda vs the Red Menace," and tackles a mysterious killer in "The Early Bird." As an extra bonus, a complete Velda short story is included! An adventure of Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene and Hawkshaw Hawk: Bird Detective round out the issue.
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A treasure hunt leads Velda into a dangerous maze of deceit, murder and misapplied baseball bats! Also in this issue, a vacation to the beach turns into a deadly adventure in "Velda Takes a Trip," and our sultry 1950's sleuth has to escape the terrible "Curse of Mwabwebe-Tutu"! An additional adventure of Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene and Hawkshaw Hawk: Bird Detective round out the issue.
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Velda, our sultry private detective, takes on the biggest and most unusual client in her career when she "Goes to the Circus"---to say nothing of fire-breathing horses and killer clowns! Also in this issue: Velda "Goes to Hollywood" to make a movie and discovers that the cameramen aren't the only ones shooting! Also included as a special bonus is Velda's special 1955 calendar layout. An adventure of Neolithica: Girl of the Pleistocene and Hawkshaw Hawk: Bird Detective round out the issue.
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