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Giant sized first issue! Featuring the works of: Frank Fortr, Aaron Rintoul, Szymon Kudranski, Billy George, Tim Vigil, Kevin Colden, Marcin Ponomarew, Riste Sekuloski, J.C. Wong, Robert Steven Rhine, Nenad Gucunja, GMB Chomichuk, Attila Futaki, Bruno Werneck, David Paleo, Tim Vigil, Rey Michaud. The inmates at the ASYLUM bring you a new breed of horror. This anthology features 13 stories from the best writers and artists in the industry. In "Black Milk" by Aaron Rintoul, Earth is invaded by evil tantacled aliens. "The Last Line," by Attila Futaki, explores a man's bizarre train ride. Kevin Colden conjures up a Satanic yarn of death entitled "Caveat Emptor". Other tales include: "Love or Obsession" by Szymon Kudranski, "Madness" by Marcin Ponomarew, a Lovecraftian horror tale, "The Parts" by Riste Sekuloski and "Ruined Earth", an apocalyptic zombie tale by Billy George. There is plenty of creep, gore, and twists for fans of horror comics old and new. Cover by Aly Fell. This special edition features a 12 page concept art section by artist J.C. Wong.
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The inmates at the ASYLUM continue with a new breed of horror. This anthology features "Jacked In" by Frank Forte where a programmer gets double crossed by a greedy girlfriend and he gets his sweet revenge. Part 1 of Tim Vigil's new "Survival Extinction Z" a post apocalyptic horror tale (with Joe Vigil and Jeff Vigil). Part 2 of "Ruined Earth", Billy George's tale of giant worms and armageddon. In "Ecce Homo" by Darren Sellars and Patrick Shanahan, a race of creatures, almost machine-like in their brutal efficiency break free from the confines of a two-dimensional world and begin a relentless assault, wiping any and all resistance from its path. In " Transformation" by Marcin Ponomarew, a desperate man takes an injection. In "The Connection" a mad doctor tries to find the source of another voice inside his head, by Forte. Another tale of The Doctor and Boris and the horrid inmates. A great collection of disturbing tales for the discerning horror fan. Writers' and Artists' Names: Frank Forte, Aly fell, Billy George, Tim Vigil, Joe Vigil, Jeff Vigil, Darren Sellars, Patrick Shanahan, Royal McGraw, Marcin Ponomarew. Cover by Aly fell.
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The inmates at the ASYLUM continue with a new breed of horror. This anthology features “BRIGHT WOUND” a tale of angels and demonsby Aaron Rintoul. Part 2 of Tim Vigil’s new “Survival Extinction Z” a post apocalyptic horror tale (with Joe Vigil and Jeff Vigil). "Bum's Chapel" by the dark and twisted David Paleo. Cover by Aly fell.
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Writers' and Artists' Names: Frank Forte, Dwayne Harris, Nat Jones, Chuck Brown, Philipp Nuendorf, Elizabeth J. Musgrave, Szymon Kudranski, Martin Shapiro, Juan Ferreyra. A great way to introduce Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Trenchcoats, Cigarettes and Shotguns, written by Chuck Brown and illustrated by Philipp Nuendorf; When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named, Trypp; he begins to leave a path of death, destruction and blood to avenge her. But he also begins to embrace the darkness within his soul. Black Powder #2, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a "Buckskin Apocalypse Now". Robert Young and his crew set out on the Mississippi River in search of Molly Livingston, who has been captured by the ruthless river pirate Samuel Mason. As they make their way north, against the current, they approach hostile indian territory as well as the first in series of terrible earthquakes. Farmhouse is a tale of a drifter who falls in love with an artist undergoing an experimental art therapy regimen, by Elizabeth J. Musgrave and Szymon Kudranski. Chopper #2 Preview: (written by Martin Shapiro, Illustrated by Juan Ferreyra) Christina and her rowdy girlfriends go to the Daytona Bike Week motorcycle rally and sneak into a nightclub to see a heavy metal band. After taking a hit of the supernatural drug known as Stairway to Heaven, Christina and Trish encounter the ghostly Reaper, a headless Hell's Angel on a chopper who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife.
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BILLY BOY The Sick Little Fat Kid, is a journey into the insane mind of a young overweight kid and his adventures in his sick and twisted world. Done in a style of classic cartoons such as Fleischer and old Warner Brothers, BILLY BOY The Sick Little Fat Kid is done in a very cinematic and cartoony style. This issue features 'Slingshot Madness' where Billy gets into some trouble when he and Teddy shoot up Old Mrs. Pine's house with their brand new wrist rocket. In 'Swamp Jitters' Billy is on the runn from a giant spindly insect. And finally in 'Bad Charm Bill' our pudgy star gets caught up in the black arts... and it doesn��t end with a smile!
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Billy Boy, comics answer to the cry for more sick and twisted books, returns with a vengence. In "The Two Headed beast From Hell", Billy stumbles upon a monster who is eating the remains of it's latest victim. A chase ensues through the grungy back alleys of SOHO. In the frightening continuation of "Slingshot Mischief", Billy must now find his way out of the "Haunted Forest". Too bad it's filled with hungry trolls and tentacled monstrosities. This comic is Grimm's Fairy Tales gone horribly, horribly wrong, and it doesn't end with a smile!
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Robert Young and his crew set out on the Mississippi River in search of Molly Livingston, who has been captured by the ruthless river pirate Samuel Mason. As they make their way north against the current, they approach hostile indian territory as well as the first in series of terrible earthquakes. Meanwhile, Molly is threatened with rape and death at the hand of Samuel Mason and his gang of cutthroats!
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A Bloody Frontier Adventure!--Chapter 3: Shaky Ground The Bloody Frontier Adventure continues as Young and the crew of the New Orleans arrive at Cave-In-Rock to rescue Molly from the river pirates. But who will rescue them when the very ground begins to split open beneath their feet?
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A Bloody Frontier Adventure!--Chapter 4: Aftershocks. In the aftermath of the last earthquake, Robert and Molly find themselves in the hands of the Shawnee leader Tecumseh, who reveals his prophetic vision of the coming cataclysm. Rendezvousing with rest of the crew at Wolf Island, Molly is reunited with her fiancé Edward. But does she still feel the same about him now that Robert is back? And what dark secrets does this strange river island hide? The bloody frontier adventure continues in Black Powder, issue 4.
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A Bloody Frontier Adventure!-Chapter 5: Scylla and Charybdis. With the crew of the New Orleans being held captive by the pirates on Wolf Island, Young must make a terrible bargain to save them. But how will they all save themselves when the island itself begins to sink in the aftermath of another earthquake? Terrible sacrifices, bitter betrayals, swashbuckling river battles and a giant whirlpool all make this penultimate chapter of the bloody frontier adventure the most exciting installment yet!
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FREE 10-page preview. A Bloody Frontier Adventure!–Set during the catastrophic New Madrid earthquake of 1812. Black Powder is the story of Robert Young, a former captain in the Barbary Wars, and his river journey on America’s first steamboat to rescue the woman he loves from a gang of river pirates led by his cutthroat nemesis and former commander, Samuel Mason. On the way he encounters hostile Indians, swashbuckling battles, and several historical figures, all set against the backdrop of an earthquake that sinks islands, reverses the flow of the Mississippi river and wrenchingly exposes the fractures of a new nation itself. Special digital edition features 14 pages of extras: unused pages, art process and pencil pages.
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Written by screenwriter Martin Shapiro and drawn by acclaimed Dark Horse artist Juan Ferreyra (Falling Skies, Rex Mundi), Chopper is a modern-day reimagining of the headless horseman of Sleepy Hollow fame. After taking a strange new drug with supernatural side effects at a party, the rebellious teenage daughter of a police officer starts seeing ghosts and is stalked by the Reaper, a headless Hell's Angel on a motorcycle who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife. Extra digital content - 15 pages of the making of Chopper. We see the art production steps from script to pencils to inks to color and letters. Also a 6 page script to pencil layout comparison.
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Christina and her rowdy girlfriends go to the Daytona Bike Week motorcycle rally and sneak into a nightclub to see a heavy metal band. After taking a hit of the supernatural drug known as Stairway to Heaven, Christina and Trish encounter the ghostly Reaper, a headless Hell's Angel on a chopper who collects the souls of sinners in the afterlife. Digital edition features 13 pages of original content -- The making of Chopper. Read Martin Shapiro's original script, see pencil art and the step by step page process.
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PART 1 of 4. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Deadline of Death' we witness rival comic artists dabbling with malevolent forces that arrive in the form of a chain smoking goatee wearing Satan. In 'Lights! Camera! Murder!' , A lovesick starlet and a ruthless film director embark on a doomed love affair that ends in pieces! 'Stuffed' is a heartwarming tale of domestic bliss and stuffed animals...NOT!. in 'Just Desserts' gluttonous food critic Sol Weinstein winds up stranded on a remote island with nothing to eat ... save his fellow passengers.
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PART 2 of 4. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Colour Me Evil' an ancient curse transforms clapped out tour guide Frank Fleagle ... forever! In 'East Prey' a helpless girl, lost in the wilderness ... but is she all that she seems?
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PART 3 of 4. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Witness to Evil' Mormon demon hunters converge on a dark little house with a terrible secret. In 'East Prey' a helpless girl, lost in the wilderness ... but is she all that she seems? Nest up: 'What’s down in the Basement Horace Greely?'--If you hate real estate agents then you’ll love this tale of greed and bad kharma. We go back to the 60's for 'Head Trip'--This psychedelic little tale begins in a bizarre curio shop ... and ends in a watery grave.
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PART 4 of 4. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. We begin with "In Too Deep" where rival treasure hunters plumb the depths of the ocean ... and their very souls! Our second helping is "Confessions of a Thrill Killer" where we ask the reader; have you ever felt like murdering a stranger in cold blood? And finally, "Like Mother Like Son", Tommy Lomax runs away from home to find his father ... only to discover a terrible secret! Plus a horrific Jason Paulos EEEK pin-up gallery!
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This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. We begin with "The Snitch"--Brick Maloney has one shot at redemption for a life of violent crime ... but prison gang The White Pilgrims aren’t going to let him get away that easy! IN "Death Wears Hotpants" A waitress and her junkie brother find themselves in a sticky situation at a deadly disco! And finally, in "Death Can Be Fatal" The Undertaker and Kryptoe take on the denizens of the crypt.
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A Digital First comic. EEEK! #6 delivers more weird tales of horror and suspense. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! This issue features “A Boy’s Best Friend”, “Collateral Damage”, “Look Who’s Stalking”, and “Six Digit Disaster”. Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's.
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A Digital First comic. EEEK! #7 delivers more weird tales of horror and suspense. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! This issue features three all new horror tales; “The Harvest”, “Deterrent Protocol” and “The Green Fairy”. PLUS-a horror pin up gallery by EEEK creator Jason Paulos. Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's.
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EEEK! #8 delivers more weird tales of horror and suspense. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! This issue features three all new horror tales; “Body Farm”, “Incident at Summer Camp” and “The 12:05 Train to Hades”. PLUS--a horror pin up gallery by EEEK creator Jason Paulos. Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's.
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A Digital First comic. EEEK! #9 delivers more weird tales of horror and suspense from the twisted mind of Jason Paulos. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! This issue features three all new horror tales; “Zombie Chef”, “Four Color Fiends” and “Bogeyman”. PLUS-a horror pin up gallery by EEEK creator Jason Paulos. Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's.
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A Digital First comic. EEEK! #10 delivers more weird tales of horror and suspense from the twisted mind of Jason Paulos. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! This issue features three all new horror tales; “The Emissary”, “The Heist” and “False Alarm”. PLUS-a horror pin up gallery by EEEK creator Jason Paulos. Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's.
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Collecting EEEK! #1-5. This retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies! Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70's and 80's. In 'Deadline of Death' we witness rival comic artists dabbling with malevolent forces that arrive in the form of a chain smoking goatee wearing Satan. In Lights! Camera! Murder!, A lovesick starlet and a ruthless film director embark on a doomed love affair that ends in pieces! In "Easy Prey" A helpless girl, lost in the wilderness ... but is she all that she seems? In "Head Trip" a hippie's love for music goes horribly wrong. Other titles include "Confessions of a Thrill Killer", "Like Son, Like Father" , "In Too Deep" and many more. Includes full color section and sketches. 168 pgs, B&W with COLOR section "--strange characters, bizarre endings, violent murders--" "He (Jason Paulos) captures the look and feel of classic horror comics perfectly, with more than a little Bernie Wrightson in his brushstrokes." "--beautifully presented--" --RUE-MORGUE “ -I can confidently prescribe this book. However, I must warn you, side effects may include: the willies, the creepies, the spookies and the heebie-jeebies!” --FANGORIA “An intriguing mix of stories inspired by E.C. and DC’s terror tales of the 50s, 60s, and 70s.” --Brent Frankenhoff Comics Buyer’s Guide “Short tales of terror that will send chills down your spine!” --Rob Caprilozzi ComicMonsters.com “In the grand tradition of Eerie and Creepy, EEEK! is an anthology that’s guaranteed to satisfy your craving for classic horror comics.” --Tim Lenaghan DIAMOND COMICS “A fun collection of illustrated terror tales featuring great art and a wicked sense of humor-" ---Karswell The Horrors of it All
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Sam Corneile, a drifter, returns home to take a job at a local mental institution where he discovers a group of patients being exploited under an experimental art therapy regimen. While there, he falls for patient Helen, a feisty, manipulative female who dares him to confront his dark past.
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Sam begins his job as an orderly at "Farmhouse", a barn that's been converted into an art studio for the insane. Here he's given the task of overseeing Orson, an eclectic paranoid schizophrenic who likes to paint abstracts and talk to god. Next to Orson sits Helen, a sexy, educated temptress who's been shunned by her an affluent family. She's obviously trouble for Sam who sees women like her as a conquest. Sam befriends Jerome, another orderly, who warns him to keep his distance from the alluring advances of Helen. Keeping an eye on all of them is Dr. Crawford, a cunning psychiatrist who runs Pinewood Hospital for the mentally ill and is the brainchild behind the Farmhouse "art therapy" experiment.
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A Digital First. Sam and Naomi have it out at a cheap hotel She tells him he'll never change his ways and he storms out. Back at Farmhouse Sam and Jerome have a bonding moment. Jerome warms him about Helen and Sam seems to know his boundaries, but later, when the two are alone in the courtyard Helen turns on the charm. Sam has a rough time in a bar when some of his old ways come back and bit him.
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A Digital First. Sam walks in on his Dad entertaining his new lady friend and makes it clear he doesn't like her. Back at Farmhouse it becomes obvious to Sam that Dr. Crawford is messing with the patients medication to induce more outlandish paintings. Helen continues her flirting with Sam and he starts to open up to her. But later, Sam continues his affair with Naomi, old habits die hard.
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A Digital First. Helen continues her advances towards Sam and Jerome warns him to keep his distance. Later, Sam walks in on Helen and Vivian. Helen makes Vivian leave so she and Sam can be alone. Meanwhile Dr. Crawford inspects the patients progress in Farmhouse and he's pleased with the results so far. Naomi has some news for Sam and it's not good. To get some perspective Sam has dinner over his old high school friend Mike's house. That night Sam has another dream about his mother.
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A Digital First. Sam helps Dr. Crawford prepare for the art show and Helen, off her meds, has a freak out moment. It puts her in the hospital. later, The art show opening is a gathering of snooty art gallery owners looking to find the "next big thing" in art brut. sam is on hand to watch over Orson who's doesn't do well in crowds. Dr. Crawford finally has it out with Sam. Sam runs back to naomi for some bad news. That night Sam sleeps to flashbacks and dreams.
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A Digital First. Sam confronts his inner demons and settles the score with his father. Back at Pinewood, Sam sees Helen suffering the effects of electro-shock treatment and spring her free. Sam and Helen are finally free to run away together but fate intervenes. The thrilling conclusion to this dramatic mini series.
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A great way to introduce Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Fearless Dawn By Steve Mannion features our favorite new heroine battling a troop of mutants. Black Powder, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a Buckskin Apocalypse Now. Warlash Origins features a tale of Bladeviper by Royal McGraw and J.C. Wong. Farmhouse is a tale of a drifter who falls in love with an artist undergoing an experimental art therapy regimen, by Elizabeth J. Musgrave and Szymon Kudranski. In Warlash Zombie Mutant Genesis, our armored hero goes up against a horde of brain eating monsters, by Frank Forte. EEEK! by Jason Paulos, is an anthology of retro style horror tales.
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Once again our sexy heroine, Fearless Dawn, gets herself into a predicament she can't get out of. Following a treasure map to find a secret elixir, Fearless Dawn travels deep within a murky swamp. Ignoring the warnings of Old Lady Flannigan, and hot on the trail of buried pirate booty, Fearless Dawn and her sidekick, "The Masked Kid" get assaulted by the GIANT SWAMP CREATURE!!. Can our heroes make it out alive!?? Plus Fearless Dawn daily strips, Pin-ups, Dossier files, pencil art and more. DIGITAL EDITION EXTRAS-exclusive 10 extra pages of unseen Steve Mannion art, sketches and unused pages.
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LONG OUT OF PRINT, this new digital edition features the VERY FIRST APPEARANCE of FEARLESS DAWN. Under her alter ego VANDA SAVAGE, we go to an alternate future where the she-agent and he band of guerillas duke it out in a war torn story we like to call " GIVE 'EM BULLETS". Alo on hand are the short tales "DEAL WITH THE DEVIL" , "ROMMEL'S DESERT APES" and "RACE OF DOOM!". Steve Mannion (Fearless Dawn, The Bomb) serves up a 32-page giant comic issue containing four stories which offer a humorous and quirky approach to the classic war tale genre. All tales feature a humorous "twist" ending reminiscent of the finest pre-code horror and war comics of the 1950s. B&W 34 Pages
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Collecting STRANGE BATTLE TALES, STRANGE FAIRY TALES AND STRANGE PIRATE TALES. This new digital collection features the VERY FIRST APPEARANCE of FEARLESS DAWN. Under her alter ego VANDA SAVAGE, we go to an alternate future where the she-agent and he band of guerillas duke it out in a war torn story we like to call " GIVE 'EM BULLETS". Also on hand are the short tales "DEAL WITH THE DEVIL" , "ROMMEL'S DESERT APES" and "RACE OF DOOM!". Then--the humorous and quirky approach to the classic fairy tale genre. "THE TALE" is a rollicking chronicle about love, heroism, friendship, and mowing down evil demons with machine guns. "LITTLE DEAD RIDING HOOD" is a warped retelling of the classic children's story, with a gruesome "twist" ending reminiscent of the finest pre-code horror comics of the 1950s. And finally the PIRATE TALES feature four stories chronicling the misadventures of legendary pirate Brownhole Jones and his crew of stooges. Also featuring the sexiest good girl on the seven seas, Sea-Goin' Lil, as well as Brownhole Jones' alter ego, Steampipe Johnny! Steve Mannion (Fearless Dawn, The Bomb) serves up a giant collection of stories which offer a humorous and quirky approach to the classic war, fairy and pirate tale genres. All tales feature a humorous "twist" ending reminiscent of the finest pre-code horror and war comics of the 1950s. 124 pgs, B&W
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Writers and Artists: Frank Forte, Steve Mannion, Dwayne Harris , Jason Paulos, Nenad Gucunja, Szymon Kudranski, Elizabeth J. Musgrave, Bryan Baugh, Mike Vosburg, Pete Ventrella A great way to introduce Fearless Dawn and Asylum Press to retailers and fans. Featuring a sampling on new and upcoming comics. Fearless Dawn:In Outer Space features Steve Mannion's bodacious bad girl is back in this superbly drawn comic book masterpiece! In this issue, Fearless Dawn's arch nemesis Helga Von Krause is at it again, this time planning an attack from Outer Space. Of course, no one believes Fearless Dawn when she predicts the attack, so our gal has to do it all alone... again! Will Fearless Dawn save planet Earth? Retro-Rockets, Muscle-Bound Monsters, Babes and Machine-Guns litter the sequential landscape in this latest offering from The Maestro. Black Powder #3, a bloody frontier adventure, by Dwayne Harris, can be described as a "Buckskin Apocalypse Now". Mike Vosburg Delivers the sexy occult heroine Lori Lovecraft. We also preview Farmhouse #4 by Musgrave and Kudranski. We peek into the fan fave horror anthology EEEK! #9 by Jason Paulos. Experience the gothic horror that is Wulf and Batsy by Bryan Baugh. Retrowood, by Mike Vosburg, is a neo-noir tale in a grim alternate reality of Tinsel Town. Also a preview of the latest Zombie Terrors and the upcoming Undead Evil. 48 pgs, PC
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Collecting issues 1-4 of Steve Mannion's The Bomb mini-series . Artist and writer Steven Mannion whips up some of the craziest comic book tales this side of The Goon, The Rocketter and Li'l Abner in this brilliantly executed vanity project from his independent imprint, ATOM BOMB COMICS. The Bomb contains: FEARLESS DAWN (Origin Story), BROWNHOLE JONES (Zombie Island Party) and introduces the R. Crumbesque JUNGLE CHICK and the DINOSAUR. The book has been described as "Raiders of the Lost Ark" meets "Mad Magazine" with a dash of Stan Lee thrown in for good measure! Steve Mannion's signature brush style, colorful characters and witty gag-writing have already netted the artist a solid underground following as well as foreign and domestic licensing deals. Beautifully rendered cartoon pen and ink work. For fans of "The Goon", Wally Wood and classic E.C. horror, this book is a must. Features color gallery section. 176 pgs, B&W with COLOR
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A Digital First comic. INSIDIOUS TALES delivers more dark tales of horror and suspense from the twisted mind of Frank Forte. This anthology features five horror tales; “Intro Gortem" by Joe Monks gives us a taste of the terrors this series will bring. “Asphinxiation” gives us a tale of Lovecraftian horrors and madness. "Bltizkrieg" takes us on a journey of a drug dealing pimp who's addiction takes him to the depths of depravity. "Mutilation" is the twisted tale of a zombie who wants revenge on humankind. Also-"Vampire Poem #601" by Hart D. Fisher. PLUS-a horror pin up gallery by INSIDIOUS TALES creator Frank Forte.
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Robert Steven Rhine (Girl's and Corpses) presents a horror anthology loaded with more gore, terror and humor that you can swallow--or choke on! It's dark, horrific and very funny. This full color graphic fiction extravaganza features the top horror illustrators from around the world. This issue brings four tales of terror. "Hell's Bell's" (Nenad Gucunja) tells the tales of the notorious serial killers of the world and their times down below, "Monkey Grinder" (David Hartman) is the story of an old man and his sick monkey, "Gas Pains" (Tim Vigil) delivers a pregnant girl's woes, literally. In "Separation Anxiety" a circus freak love affair goes horribly wrong. Pinups by Nenad Gucunja and Jeff Gaither, Satan's Circus of Hell quotes “Good gory humor! Writer Rhine is clearly a horror fan. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.” --Jack Abramowitz, Comic Buyers Guide "Gross, putrid and downright offensive. Higher praise just doesn't exist.” --Alan Katz, producer/writer HBO's "Tales From The Crypt" "Rhine is the maniacal master chef who keeps stirring the pot until it rises to an enormous satirical boil." --Hilary Barta, Marvel/DC artist, The Man With The Screaming Brain “--make sure you go and pick this sucker up!” --BloodyDisgusting.com
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Robert Steven Rhine (Girl's and Corpses) presents a horror anthology loaded with more gore, terror and humor that you can swallow--or choke on! It's dark, horrific and very funny. This full color graphic fiction extravaganza features the top horror illustrators from around the world. This issue brings four tales of terror. "Bone Soup" (Joe Vigil) tells the tale of a hungry traveller in Eastern Europe, "Love Doll" (Jacob Hair) is the story of a mad scientist trying to outdo Einstein, "Party Clown" (Bryan Baugh) takes us in the mind of a demented funnyman. In "Out On A Limb" a man finds out that getting rid of an old tree is harder than one thinks. Pinups by Nenad Gucunja Vincent Waller, R. Hrynkiewicz and Alan M. Clark Satan's Circus of Hell quotes “Good gory humor! Writer Rhine is clearly a horror fan. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.” --Jack Abramowitz, Comic Buyers Guide "Gross, putrid and downright offensive. Higher praise just doesn't exist.” --Alan Katz, producer/writer HBO's "Tales From The Crypt" "Rhine is the maniacal master chef who keeps stirring the pot until it rises to an enormous satirical boil." --Hilary Barta, Marvel/DC artist, The Man With The Screaming Brain “--make sure you go and pick this sucker up!” --BloodyDisgusting.com
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Robert Steven Rhine (Girl's and Corpses) presents a horror anthology loaded with more gore, terror and humor that you can swallow--or choke on! It's dark, horrific and very funny. This full color graphic fiction extravaganza features the top horror illustrators from around the world. This issue brings six tales of terror. "Beached Whale" (John Watkins Chow) tells the tale of a group of friends and their discovery on a beach , "Anna" (Tone Rodriguez) is the story of a geek who gets his sweet revenge, "SAM R I " (Mark Covell) takes us back to the high school recess where a bully tries to take advantage of a wimpy kid. In "The Adventures of Dr. Narcolepsy" (Kevin Colden) a doctor takes a holiday at the wrong time. "The Magician From Hell" (D.W. Frydendall) is a tale of gore and magic. The issue closes out with a tale of robotic terror--"LEZBOTS". Pinups by Nenad Gucunja, Bryan Baugh David Hartman, Alex Pardee Satan's Circus of Hell quotes “Good gory humor! Writer Rhine is clearly a horror fan. Not for the faint of heart or weak of stomach.” --Jack Abramowitz, Comic Buyers Guide "Gross, putrid and downright offensive. Higher praise just doesn't exist.” --Alan Katz, producer/writer HBO's "Tales From The Crypt" "Rhine is the maniacal master chef who keeps stirring the pot until it rises to an enormous satirical boil." --Hilary Barta, Marvel/DC artist, The Man With The Screaming Brain “--make sure you go and pick this sucker up!” --BloodyDisgusting.com
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Steve Mannion (Fearless Dawn, The Bomb) serves up a 40-page giant comic issue containing two stories which offer a humorous and quirky approach to the classic fairy tale genre. "The Tale" is a rollicking chronicle about love, heroism, friendship, and mowing down evil demons with machine guns. "Little Dead Riding Hood" is a warped retelling of the classic children's story, with a gruesome "twist" ending reminiscent of the finest pre-code horror comics of the 1950s. B&W 40 Pages
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We begin with the murder of an angel at the hands of a demon. So bold are the agents of Hell, so convinced of their own dominion over earth, they now feel they can slay angels with impunity. The cold war between heaven and Hell heats up. In response, the former Archangel Michael goes on his own murderous rampage, taking down a score of demons. In the process he hears of the presence of a fallen demon of sorts here on earth. He hatches a plan that might make good use of her. Her name is Yae-el. Stripped of her powers, eternal youth and beauty, she is trapped in a prison of ruined flesh and banished to earth. She is The Adversary.
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A Digital First comic. Nothing pleases the devil and his minions more than a corrupt priest. A special place in their black hearts is held for child molesters. The priest in this story is so prolific in his crimes that he’s gotten the attention of Michael andYae-El who has now earned the name THE ADVERSAY, as she truly has become the adversary of man’s greatest adversary, the devil and all his horn headed hosts. Michael sends her to put an end to the priest’s abominations. But the priest has friends in low places that assign him a bodyguard, the bovine Belial. Yae-El comes for the priest and winds up battling Belial. She takes a beating but overcomes Belial with the use of her greatest power, he ability to channel the destructive force known as the Power Infernal.
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A new kind of crime family begins to emerge in New York City. One that uses ancient satanic rituals to gain the speed, strength and other attributes of demons. When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named Trypp, he begins to leave a path of death and destruction to avenge her. With this bloodlust he also begins to embrace the darkness lurking within his soul.
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Trenchcoats, Cigarettes and Shotguns is set in a world filled with mech wielding gangsters, demonic Mafioso and demons that run wild on earth, a mysterious hit man named Trypp only relies on three things, his trenchcoat, his cigarettes and his shotguns. A new kind of crime family begins to emerge in New York City, one that uses ancient satanic rituals to gain the speed, strength and other attributes of demons from Hell. When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named, Trypp, he begins to leave a path of death, destruction and blood to avenge her. But he also begins to embrace the darkness within his soul. A three issue DIGITAL FIRST mini series.
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A new kind of crime family begins to emerge in New York City. One that uses ancient satanic rituals to gain the speed, strength and other attributes of demons. When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named Trypp, he begins to leave a path of death and destruction to avenge her. With this bloodlust he also begins to embrace the darkness lurking within his soul.
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Available digitally only! Collecting TRENCHCOATS, CIGARETTES AND SHOTGUNS #1-3. A new kind of crime family begins to emerge in New York City. One that uses ancient satanic rituals to gain the speed, strength and other attributes of demons. When the demonic mob murders the friend of a mysterious hit man named Trypp, he begins to leave a path of death and destruction to avenge her. With this bloodlust he also begins to embrace the darkness lurking within his soul. 66 pgs, FC
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a centuries old family curse is reignited by an undead voodoo priest. When paranormal researcher Alfred Carter is summoned by the ghost of his ancestor, he must travel to The Big Easy to cleanse his bloodline. What he finds are untold family secrets and a descent into madness. This disturbing tale can be described as H.P. Lovecraft meets Angel Heart. Features Nenad Guncunja sketchbook and Ben Olson cover art process section.
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FREE 10 PAGE PREVIEW. In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, a centuries old family curse is reignited by an undead voodoo priest. When paranormal researcher Alfred Carter is summoned by the ghost of his ancestor, he must travel to The Big Easy to cleanse his bloodline. What he finds are untold family secrets and a descent into madness. This disturbing tale can be described as H.P. Lovecraft meets Angel Heart. Features Nenad Guncunja sketchbook and Ben Olson cover art process section. 10 pgs, B&W
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