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“Hellraiser” is Getting an Anthology Series…in Comic Form

We need more “Hellraiser” stories and Seraphim Comics is bringing them to Monsterpalooza April 7th–9th.

“Hellraiser: Anthology”, which collects 11 original “Hellraiser” tales, will be available as a hardcover edition at Monsterpalooza before going wide and getting digital release on April 14th.

We now have a sneak peak at images from the book, hailing from Clive Barker’s own graphic novel imprint, Seraphim Comics.

The anthology will feature stories written by Clive Barker, Ben Meares, Mark Alan Miller, David and Rebekah McKendry and POW Entertainment’s Matt Murray, with artwork by Daniele Serra (who also illustrated the cover), Riley Schmitz, Clive Barker, Sam Shearon, Nick Percival, Jim Terry, and Jimm O’Dell.

The anthology was edited by Ben Meares, with Matt. Murray assistant editing.

“We had a very simple mission statement at the beginning of our journey with this comic,” Ben Meares, Editor-in-Chief of Seraphim Comics said. “We set out to create something with no limits and no censorship, that everyone involved, as both creatives and fans of the Hellraiser mythos, would be proud of.”

“I’ve been a part of a number of Hellraiser projects throughout my years with Clive,” Mark Miller, Vice President of Clive Barker’s Seraphim, Inc. and contributing writer added. “And this is easily the most personal project I’ve seen pass through these walls. It’s as lovingly curated as it is delightfully grotesque. I’m proud to have my in its pages.”

“Hellraiser: Anthology” will be priced at $35, with copies signed by Clive Barker priced at $65, and the digital download version will be priced at $15.



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COMMENTS

5 Comments
  • Carlton Fisher

    Will there be a physical version available outside of Monsterpalooza, or is it going to be an event exclusive?

  • DucksonAPlain

    You know what, this is probably how all Hellraiser movies should be from now on, anyway. Been a long time since anyone had more than 30 descent minutes of Cenobites to put in a movie.

  • bigval

    Wasn’t Rebekah McKendry the marketing director at Fangoria?

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