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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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Fans of classic cartoons will love this new series by animators Gene McGuckin (Ren and Stimpy, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends) and Frank Forte (Bob's Burgers, The Super Hero Squad Show). This delightfully animated comic introduces the large, drunken, obnoxius Cletus and, his brother, the skinny, stuttering, twitching Floyd. The crazed Cletus is constantly beating on the lanky Floyd, but eventually Floyd gets his revenge. The series will cronicle their adventures “Down On The Farm” and beyond. In “Gone Fishin’”, Floyd is attempting to catch a goldfish in a goldfish bowl, but the insane Cletus takes over and shows him how it’s done. The Cletus and Floyd show is a twisted cross between Laurel and Hardy, Ren and Stimpy and Foghorn Leghorn. PLUS- special gallery section featuring concept art, character design and animation tests.
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The anthology of the Undead continues with Three new tales of zombie carnage. In "Creature Comforts" by Craig Wilson, a cat lady's feline friends develop a taste for the flesh. David Zuzelo and Billy George bring us The Undead Templars a tale called "Ascension of the Blind Dead". In "Arena" ,by Frank Forte and J.C. Wong, we travel to an apocalyptic future where cyborg zombies are forced to compete in a game of death. Plus pin-ups by Doug Wllliams Ben Olson and Jason Paulos.Asylum Press brings you a giant flesh rotting collection of all-new zombie tales. Featuring an international cast of artistic talent. Frank Forte writes and illustrates "Beheaded" where a lone survivor of a zombie outbreak stalks the bayou for "cerebral souvenirs", but his obsession gets the best of him. In Feast , by Royal McGraw and Adauto Silva, a gangster's taste for an undead delicacy becomes his end. In Hate, by Doug Williams, a zombie must confront what he's become. Pin-ups by David Hartman, and Doug Williams. Cover by Aly Fell.
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Action Packed second issue! Warlash, armored warrior of the apocalyptic future, returns. This issue continues the "Phlegm Fatale" storyline wherein Warlash battles a biogenic beast in the sewers below Pittsburgh. By Frank Forte. In "Enter: The Bladeviper, Warlash" fights a sexy blade wielding villainess. J.C. Wong's art is stunning. In the final chapter of "Grubbs" where Warlash battles a shape-shifting maniac. Art by Steve Mannion. In Wormwar part 2, a Warlash must find out who is building giant worms, by Szymon Kudranski. In "The Demon", Warlash is confronted with a satanic rite and hellspawned beast they have released. And finally "Tentacles", where an injection transforms a bum into something...more, by Nenad Gucunja. Cover by Bruno Werneck.
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In the second issue of the Bob's Burgers comic book we bring you 5 new stories from the Belchers. Tina's Erotic Friend Fiction goes galactic; Bob jots down burgers to live by; Louise investigates a case of textbook tomfoolery; Linda looks out for her furry friends; and Gene presents a musical re-imagine-actment of the story of Mozart and Salieri called "Genemadeus" Bob's Burgers is an animated sitcom that airs on Fox television with other hits such as The Simpsons and Family Guy.
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Future Steve's pursuit of Woody Johnson continues across time and space. Malloy has joined forces with Future Steve to eradicate Woody from existence. In typical Malloy fashion, he is calling the shots now. Woody is on the run with his dips#%t defender, Future Bobby. Written by Brickleberry co-creators Waco O'Guin and Roger Black.
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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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All right! The very first Bob's Burgers comic book, a new series from the creator of the hit TV show, created by Loren Bouchard! Now you can read about the Belcher family (parents Bob and Linda, and their children Tina, Gene and Louise) in brand-new in-canon stories created by the TV show's producers, writers and animators creating all original stories appearing exclusively in this comics series. Each comic includes hilarious installments of: "Louise's Unsolved Mysteries," "Tina's Erotic Friend Fiction," "A Gene Belcher Original Musical," "Letters Written by Linda" and "Bob's Burgers of the Day." Bob's Burgers is an American animated sitcom that airs on Fox television with other hits such as The Simpsons and Family Guy!
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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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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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