Most people are familiar with Terrance Zdunich the singer and actor due to his heart palpitation-inducing performance as Graverobber in Repo! The Genetic Opera. On September 15th, the world will finally get the chance to know Terrance the artist a little bit better. That’s when “Guilty Susie,” the first chapter in his new comic series The Molting, will be released.
A comic book about a pissed off zombie Jesus returning to devour the flesh of sinners... No, this won't offend anyone. Prince of Pieces is a comic book currently in development, and perhaps the most shocking thing of all is knowing Brian Pulido is in no way involved.
Have you ever thought about retracing the steps various members of The Walking Dead have taken over the course of the comic's narrative?
In our never-ending quest to provide you with really cool stuff that you can't find anywhere else, Dread Central is proud to bring you an online comic strip that will have you laughing and shivering until the very last gore-soaked page!
Torchwood Magazine, the tie-in publication for the popular "Dr. Who" spin-off series, has announced that award-winning British comic book creator Nick Abadzis will be penning the series’ comic strip in its latest edition. Nick (Laika, Hugo Tate) will team up with artist and fellow Brit Paul Grist (Kane, Jack Staff) to deliver Part 3 of Broken, a story that finds the "Torchwood" crew trapped in a haunted hotel.
The same team behind SPOOKS! is at it once again, and this time they're getting set to deliver to horror comic readers the goods in the form of a Devil's Handshake. Interested? You should be. We've got a seven-page preview to whet your fright-loving whistle!
Just days after breaking the news about Darren Bousman's graphic novel project Abattoir (story here), Variety reports that Bousman will write and direct Abattoir for Radical Pictures. In Abattoir (which is French for slaughterhouse), a real estate agent assigned to clean up the remnants of a massacre that took place in a mansion he hopes to sell is visited by a twisted old man who draws the agent into a web of shadows, murders and massacres.
There’s certainly no shortage of zombies in the media these days. You can wade through an endless cache of movies, music, novels, and comic books and still have a difficult time staying atop the undead legions. That doesn’t matter to DC/Vertigo, however, as they’re gearing up to gamble on another zombie-themed comic –- with an interesting twist.
I think most of us have a love/hate relationship with technology. While we enjoy the playground technological enhancements have created (amazingly detailed video games, the internet, social websites), we also miss the sense of privacy we once had.
Even though Darren Bousman is busy prepping his redux of Mother's Day, that hasn't stopped him from bringing other new and disturbing properties to life! Horror comic fans - get ready! You're about to get your blood-soaked due!
Lest I be taken for a pretentious twit with no place on this site after my last blog, I want to start this one with a quick review of Drag Me to Hell. I loved it.
My name is Cal McDonald. I’m a private detective. I don’t handle cases most detectives handle because I don’t have that kind of luck. I deal with monsters and freaks and every dark, fucked up thing normal law won’t.
I guess it’s not surprising to hear that Leonardo DiCaprio is Todd McFarlane’s number one choice for the lead in a Spawn reboot (there’s that damn word again). These days comic adaptations are the rage, and top-tier Hollywood talent has been all over the recent trend, often translating into box office gold.
It’s a real bummer to see how Warner Bros. is treating Michael Dougherty’s Trick 'r Treat - a movie that many horror fans have been hoping would get a theatrical release one of these Octobers.
I’m writing this from Wheatfield, Wyoming, in the middle of nowhere, a very small, cool town, on a road trip to celebrate the constantly changing state of being alive. This weekend I’ll be celebrating other things, as I wend my way to Seattle for Crypticon. I’ve never done this show before, but my experience of horror cons is that they’re even wilder than comic cons.