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"Those of you who know me only from A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE may be wondering, what the hell is MEATHOUSE MAN?? The short answer is, 'one of my old SF short stories'. (Actually, a novelette).

The long answer is, 'the darkest, bleakest, sickest, most twisted thing I ever wrote.'"
- George R.R. Martin

NSFW for sex and nudity as well as some gore.

Scans under the cut... )

The Hollow

Feb. 5th, 2016 08:45 pm
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This is from DC's "House of Mystery" #1. It's pretty effective in my opinion.

A heavy warning for gore and general grotesqueries.

Scans under the cut... )

Outcast #4

Jan. 15th, 2016 07:32 pm
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Writer: Robert Kirkman
Artist: Paul Azaceta
Colorist: Elizabeth Breitweiser

10 2/3 out of 32 pages

With the TV show getting closer and closer, let's return to Outcast...

Read More... )
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"The injury to the eye motif is an outstanding example of the brutal attitude cultivated in comic books — the threat or actual infliction of injury to the eyes of a victim, male or female. This detail, occurring in uncounted instances, shows perhaps the true color of crime comics better than anything else. It has no counterpart in any other literature of the world, for children or for adults."

--Fredric Wertham, Seduction of the Innocent, 111

Mother Hubbard's final appearance. Warning for child abuse and other disturbing imagery.

'Save me the drumstick' )
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"[Mother Hubbard] could also count on her creaking bone and curling hair to alert her to imminent wrong-doing, although for most folks such bothersome symptoms just mean it's going to rain."
--Jon Morris, The League of Regrettable Superheroes, 89

'I want to wake up...I don't like this dream' )
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A superhero in the form of a witch who looks like a stereotypical fairy-tale crone, but who uses her powers for good? And starts off by fighting Nazis? Why not; it was the Golden Age.

'Now, my crystal I unseal, to ferret out the crime I feel!' )
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I guess posting this has become somewhat of a tradition for me but it's mainly because there's very few EC Christmas stories. 

Scans under the cut... )
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Hi folks!

I am sad to report that Shigeru Mizuki (1922-2015) has passed away from a heart attack. While he did many things in his lifetime, he is most famous for the manga Hakaba Kitarou ("Graveyard Kitarou") which was renamed Gegege no Kitarou for the TV series.

Drawn and Quarterly, as it happens, is coming out with an English edition called Shigeru Mizuki's Kitaro next year.

So I thought I would show a few preview pages from the first volume. Safe for work, but this is a horror comic.

Meet Kitarou's parents. )

A while back, I reviewed a volume of Mizuki's autobiography, covering his war experiences (he lost an arm) and post-World War Two difficulties.

He will be missed.

Your thoughts and comments?
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"For many, the ‘80s along with the ‘70s was a golden era for horror films. A lot of those films from then are deeply ingrained in pop culture. We all know the story of The Exorcist, A Nightmare On Elm Street and Friday The 13th and so on. They have almost become our generation’s fairytales. We draw a lot on that mythology in Survivors’ Club, but we take it in unexpected directions." - Dale Halvorsen

"Brainy, ambitious and delightfully scary, Survivors' Club is a throwback to books like The Sandman and Hellblazer that made Vertigo a legend" - Joe Kelly, Locke & Key (quote on the front cover of the issue)

Writers: Lauren Beukes and Dale Halvorsen
Artist: Ryan Kelly
Colorist: Eva De Cruz

Read More... )
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Posting this has become sort a semi-Halloween tradition so without further do, Junji Ito's most famous story.

Scans under the cut... )


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