This collection of Bernie Wrightson work for the Creepy and Eerie magazines is really good, Wrightson's heavy contrasting artwork works really well for these stories. Two of the stories were drawn by Carmine Infantino, and were inked by Wrightson, and while the stories themselves are quite good...
Book Genre: Horror
One day Coraline discovers a world that at first appearance looks much like her own. As she spends more time in this space, she discovers ghosts and missing people. Read to find out if she rescues her parents and three other children. This story is read by the author.
Horace wants to be photographer. He is an apprentice to a photographer and is fulfilling his dream. They are commissioned by Mr. and Mrs. Von Macht to take a photograph, but when the photo is developed, there is a girl in the picture. Horace discovers that the girl is the daughter of the...
Sam McGrath is a disgraced journalist out running late one night when he sees a menacing, seemingly supernatural, woman in a memorable red coat. The next day he learns about her suicide and realizes it was Ashley Cordova, the daughter of the reclusive, avant -garde filmmaker, Cordova,...
The biggest problem with this graphic novel is it's unevenness. The first story arc is good with John Constantine gaining the help of Papa Midnight to stop a hunger demon that possesses people and causes them to gorge themselves while still starving to death. Then there is a stand alone issue...
A mix of short stories, essays, magazine articles, and online resources, the 2012 edition also includes meeting minutes from various Occupy movements across the country. Some of the more familiar authors in this edition are Sherman Alexie, Junot Díaz, Louise Erdrich, Jon Ronson, and Jess...
“Every man loves a hot girl with a history of making mistakes. Because it’s always possible she’ll make one with you.” -- Lou Carmody, NOS4A2
This story surprised me. I was super hesitant to even start it - I knew Joe Hill was Stephen King’s son, and had read some not-so-...
Annaliese Gordon has been reborn. Almost exactly one year after she disappeared, she has returned with no memories of the lost year. The last time she was seen , she was running out of the woods screaming and covered in blood. Everyone has questions, but Annaliese doesn't have answers. But she...
Vic McQueen can find things. With the help of her trusty bike and the Shorter Way Bridge (which collapsed in 1985, but lives on in her inscape), she can get to any lost object. Throughout her adolescence, she travels the bridge, until she goes looking for trouble, and finds Charlie Manx....
Nick Sole has a ton of responsibility. He goes to school, helps care for his special needs sister, and then works at Rebozzo chicken plant to help pay the rent. Nick hates his job and all things that relate to chicken. The one bright spot at work, is his coworker, Petal. All seems to be...
You are what you eat takes on a whole new meaning in CHEW, Tony Chu (hahah) is a cibopath, that means that he experiences the life of everything he eats... so pretty much eating anything sucks, except for canned beets they apparently don't register much. This graphic novel series follows the...
Alex has left her life behind to hike into the middle of nowhere. Not only is she trying to properly say goodbye to her dead parents, but she is also trying to deal with the idea of her own mortality. While in the woods, an electromagnetic pulse flashes across the sky, killing billions of people...
As a child I would plop myself down infront of the TV to watch Mystery on PBS, now it wasn’t because I was a huge fan of mysteries but because I was a huge fan of those creepy, chilling, and strange illustrations that introduced the show, it was only like ten or fifteen seconds of cartooning but...
wow this book rocks, scary, thrilling, interesting, multifaceted, for a book about zombies i would almost classify it as literature. GREAT take on the zombie apocalypse
Would you enter a lottery for a chance to spend a week on the moon? What if you knew there was a chance that you'd never come back? NASA is trying to revitalize the space program and get everyone excited about moon exploration, years after the first Apollo flights. They reveal to the public that...
What really happened to Royal Discovery Service ships Erebus and Terror and the 129 crewmen who disappeared in the arctic ice during Sir John Franklin's ill-fated attempt to find the fabled Northwest Passage? Colorado novelist, Dan Simmons, vividly explores this question in The Terror. A...
Recently laid off, David takes an apprentice position at a local, family-owned funeral home. Not given to superstition, David's world view is shaken when he "sees something" he can't explain in the mortuary viewing room. Having made the mistake of confiding his experience to a few friends, he...
George Davies; a responsible, loving husband and father, is perplexed by his inability to hold his infant son. With his wife growing impatient, George seeks psychological help and unwittingly uncovers a horrifying blackness hidden within his childhood memories. Unnerving and sometimes terribly...
Five oddball students, thrown together over a rain-swept Thanksgiving break, experiment with a ouija board. Soon afterward, they encounter malevolent forces roaming the otherwise empty halls of their brooding Victorian-era dorm. Fighting to save their sanity and their lives, the students uncover...
Tired of wasting your time on formulaic, poorly-written and unnecessarily erotic vampire novels? Let The Lost restore your faith in the gothic horror genre. Short journal entries, transcripts, news clippings and correspondence relate the tale of a contemporary Englishman's journey to...
23 year-old Katherine Shea is a wanderer. Supremely manipulative and charmingly sociopathic, she ingratiates herself to a series of men, young and old, then takes off whenever the mood strikes. Returning to the US from Italy, she jaunts from Manhattan to Maine to Mexico and back, leaving a trail...
A morose WWI veteran travels thousands of miles by steamship to accept the position of Weather Official on an isolated, Antarctic island. The island's only other resident is a demented lighthouse keeper. Or so it seems. Within hours of assuming his post, our unnamed protagonist is...
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