Early on, during the point where The Pandemic was still just “That thing that’s like the flu, but a little worse” in the minds of most U.S. Americans, a book written by Garth Ennis with art by Goran Sudzuka, was quietly released in a market glutted with many works and a lot of horror competing for the eyeballs and off hours of readers across the world.
Writer and Artist: Declan Miller Stick Mob / Gestalt Publishing / Indigenous Literacy Foundation, 2021 This comic, written and drawn by Declan Miller, is set in a high school in Alice Springs, a large town in central Australia. There are two main characters: lonely Pam, who lives with her uncle; and Ross, a dorky boy … Read more
Story and art: Massacre Embellished: Dani Seijas Amigo Amigo Comics, 2019 FLIRTING WITH BIGGER ART in European albums, deluxe editions, and hardbound absolute and omnibus collections, I skirted back to search in standard magazine formats so familiar in the mid-decades of the last century, like those dad stacked in boxes in the attic, archiving adventures, … Read more
Writer and creator: Andrew Guilde Art: Isaac Perez PMB Comics, 2020 Schlock horror is the equivalent of eating out-of-date chocolate. You screw your nose up at the experience, feel mildly unwell, and are left wondering why you bothered. We may be a little snooty, but bad horror is not something to be encouraged. There is … Read more