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Seven Lesser-Known Horror Comics That Deserve the Movie/TV Treatment

There are so many great horror comics out there in the world right now. While the industry can change at any time, it definitely seems like we’re in the middle of a boom for horror comics and the like...

Puppet Master - Puppetmaster III

Comic Review: Puppet Master #12

Following the reveal (SPOILERS ahead, by the way) that original Puppet Master villain Neil Gallagher is somehow alive and well, this installment in the series does a smart thing by not actually includ...

Advance Comic Review – Predator: Life and Death 1

The Predator: Life and Death miniseries promises to be a treat for Predator fans, and for comic collectors in general. This series follows the comics released in the Fire and Stone comic crossover eve...

Alex DiCampi

Exclusive Interview: Alex de Campi on Horror Comics

Wicked Horror had the chance to speak with Archie vs. Predator‘s Alex de Campi about creating horror comics, being an indie artist, the joy of creating for horror fans and much more. Head inside...

Horror Comics - Harrow County

Fox’s Top Five Horror Comics of 2015

It’s early December. Some may believe it is too early to choose my definitive list of favorite horror comics for the year. While it is possible that something will completely whisk me away and steal a...

A Beginner’s Guide to Collecting Comics

So after reading the dozens of comic reviews here on Wicked Horror, or perhaps after a lifetime of vague interest you’ve decided to collect comic books. Welcome, friend! As a long time comic enthusias...

Advance Comic Review: Hellboy and the B.P.R.D.: 1953

Recently Hellboy comics haven’t been as thrilling as they once were. My love of Hellboy as a character and of his universe is what encouraged me to check out this title. However, after reading H...

Angel & Faith - Horror comics

Comic Review: Angel & Faith #19

Issue 19 sees Angel return from his business in California and his reunion with Buffy and, honestly, the moment he steps back into this title it feels like the book is back on track. It was interestin...

Advance Comic Review: Hellbound

Hellbound is one of those horror graphic novels that poses more questions than it answers at first glance. The cover looks like a painting from the VHS boxes of my childhood rather than something I...