Submitted by pclips on June 16, 2005 - 13:21
Hey besides Bad Blood, Chopping Block and Midnight Macabre, what are some good comics for a site for fans of horror movies to link to?
by Xaviar Xerexes - 06/16/2005 - 13:58
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by andrael - 06/17/2005 - 07:16
I was just going to say Flatwood. :)
There's also Elsie Hooper. And if you're into zombie humor, Zombies Calling.
by BoLindbergh - 06/16/2005 - 15:44
by Tangent - 06/16/2005 - 14:45
Well, Aleph of Malakhim considers herself a horror writer, and there are some elements of her comic that could be considered horror, so try Malakhim. :D Which is currently being advertised on Comixpedia in fact....
by Uncle Ghastly - 06/16/2005 - 17:22
I've got a whore comic.
by Tim Tylor - 06/16/2005 - 16:07
Flatwood, another good fantasy-with-horror-bits.
Sluggy Freelance: Several definite horror storylines.
The Call of Whatever A fine Lovecraft send-up that ended way too soon.
by Tim Tylor - 08/02/2005 - 11:04
Scary Go Round is good comic horror, and has one pretty neat zombie storyline.
by Tim Tylor - 12/03/2005 - 13:26
This is serious thread necromancy, but it seems a shame this got missed out
Nightmare World: A great series of online horror comic books, good art telling some funny and/or spiky little tales.
Also a short "serious" zombie comic (thanks, Full Story site):
The Last Parley
by Tim Tylor - 08/02/2005 - 09:33
Are there any "serious" zombie comics out there? There's quite the revival of them in the print world.
by Tim Tylor - 04/16/2006 - 13:48
Zombie Love by Jodie Trung. A new, promising-looking tale of magic and zombies in the modern world.
Ballad by Dead Mouse. Macabre fantasy set in a Victorian-style world, centred around a mysteriously reanimated dead servant-boy and his equally young sorcerous mistress. Some of the best, wierdest line-art around - think Mervyn Peake reborn as Edward Gorey, or vice versa.
And one I share the blame for:
Manifestations by Thomas K Dye (writing, Part One art) and Tim Tylor (Part Two art onwards). (Keenspot Premium subscription) Darker spinoff from TKD's Newshounds, following the consequences when a spirit trapped in cyberspace becomes linked to an embittered porn-star.
by Stuart - 06/16/2005 - 13:42
Orneryboy by Michael Lalonde
Edit: Damn UBB code. :-)
by MisterSpook - 08/02/2005 - 02:32
Are there any "serious" zombie comics out there?
There's quite the revival of them in the print world.
by Anonymous - 06/16/2005 - 14:30
by Anonymous - 08/02/2005 - 10:25
Bored and Evil. You've got a guy in a hockey mask, a creature from a lagoon and a werewolf as some of the main characters.
by Tim Tylor - 04/14/2006 - 17:07
Queenie Chan has some good horror stories among her comics, in particular A Short Ghost Story, Block 6 and Ten Years Ago Today.
by Tim Tylor - 04/13/2006 - 16:08
Bite Me! by Dylan Meconis: A brilliant vampire-comedy set in the French Revolution. (Completed graphic novel). Also her new series Family Man following up one of the BM characters.
Gunerkrigg Court by Tom Siddell: A fantasy school-story with mystery and a decent spicing of horror.
And more to come. :)
by Tim Tylor - 04/13/2006 - 15:41
Estancia A science-fiction thriller following a trainload of would-be immigrants made to run a gauntlet of nightmare trials.
If Grim-Reaper stories count as horror, then Nina Ruzicka's screwball comedy-drama Death and the Maiden is one of the best around.
by Compugasm - 04/11/2006 - 17:55
My comic A Murder Of Crows started out like Chopping Block, with a one panel format. But I didn't want anyone to think I was trying to copy it. So, I'm tossing out a few storylines with 4 panels. Anyway, thanks for lookin.
by Tim Tylor - 04/10/2006 - 09:20
Single Vampire by Panch & Elena Diaz. A little just-completed story.
by apfurtado - 04/10/2006 - 07:36
by Jay Carvajal and Marc Borstel
In the police lingo of Los Angeles 2033,a;Zero; is a non-human entity; vampires and other nightmarish creatures. When a Zero gets hostile, William
Garrick and his special crimes unit; the Zero Hunters; are called
by Greg Carter - 04/10/2006 - 03:31
I have vampires and violence in my comic, but I think it's a romance. Others say horror. Same thing really.
Greg Carter - Abandon: First Vampire - Online Graphic Novel
by Tim Tylor - 04/07/2006 - 14:09
The Doll by Mikael Oskarsson, a neatly warped little horror-comic parody.
Also his Lovecraft-Herriman crossover in "Flick".
The Twisting by Patric Lewandowski.
A Gathering Of Crows by Edward Dunphy and friends.
by Xaviar Xerexes - 04/07/2006 - 12:15
I'd add Kristy versus the Zombie Army.
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