Today news broke that Indie publisher Viper Comics are planning on releasing an original graphic novel this year titled ‘NOSFERATU’. Wait. The same “NOSFERATU” from the 1922 silent film classic you ask? Yes. Yes it is. In what they are calling a ‘re-imagining’ the company plan to do a bit of an makeover on certain plot elements as well as adding some new players. Sound scary? That’s what I thought, too. Read on for the skinny.
Sometimes all it takes is a great cover to capture the attention of an audience, and that seems to be the case with the newly announced ‘HELL HOUSE’ from Indy publisher Viper Comics. The title is an all new original graphic novel set to be released this September, and if you make the jump you can get your first look at the fantastic cover and all the details on the story. Read on for the skinny.
The great people over at Viper Comics sent me an early copy of the their upcoming comic Nuns Without Guns today. I was a little iffy on the title and premise of the series, until I saw the first page image(below), then I actually actually said out loud “Alright, let’s do this.” Seventy odd pages later here I am here to preach about the awesomness that is Nuns Without Guns. Gather round children, similar to Moses coming down from the mountain, I am here to lead you to the comic promised land. Review after the break…
Bryan Baugh’s Wulf and Batsy feels like a comic from a time capsule, or better yet it’s like finding you’re dad’s stash of girlie mags and horror books from when he was younger. This is the best new old fashioned horror comic I have read this year!
Wulf and Batsy is the story of a vampiress and a wolf-man searching for a place to live. Sounds simple, but when the villagers get wise to there stay, that’s when the fun really starts, check my review after the break… READ MORE
How To Be A Serial Killer, a self help guru’s tale of murder and success drops this week. It’s a tongue-in-cheek tale reminiscent of American Psycho, Falling Down, or Dexter, where you root for the bad guy…