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Five Moments from Licensed Horror Comics You Have to See to Believe

Once a horror movie becomes a franchise, it opens itself up to a brand new world of merchandising possibilities. Fans will be able to wear all manner of apparel, from T-shirts down to shoes. The more ...

Seven Modern Horror Movies That Should Transition to Comics

As someone who loves comics based on horror movies, I was delighted by the news that two of my now-ten-year-old favorites—Behind the Mask and Hatchet—will be making the leap to comics. It’s a medium t...

Freddy vs Jason vs Ash comic book

Seven Great Horror Comic Crossovers Worth Checking Out

There’s something great about a horror crossover. As much as fans like to say they’re above the gimmick of studios pairing up successful franchises just to make a quick buck, there’s still something a...

Evil Dead 2

Comic Review: Evil Dead 2: Beyond Dead by Dawn

Since the late 2000s, we’ve had a virtually nonstop supply of Army of Darkness comics. Ash has gone through time and back again, has fought everything from Freddy and Jason, Herbert West, Darkman and ...

Puppet Master #20

Comic Review: Puppet Master #20

Puppet Master has not only made it to its 20th issue, its completely gone off the rails—in the best way possible, of course. This series has done some extremely inventive things with the franchise’s u...

Jason vs Jason X

Mr. Voorhees Goes to Washington: The Nine Weirdest Things Jason Has Done Outside the Films

Jason Voorhees has done some pretty weird things in his movie career. He’s fought a girl with telekinesis, he’s fallen down on the Manhattan subway, gone to space and gotten a robotic upgrade, and eve...

Halloween Nightdance

We Already Have the Perfect Template for a Halloween Reboot (And it’s a Comic)

Rebooting a franchise can be a tricky thing these days. The new approach seems to be to tell a new story that stands completely on its own but doesn’t necessarily negate what came before. The 2009 reb...

Swamp Thing

Why Swamp Thing Worked So Well in Comics (But Not on Film)

If you’re not a comic book fan, you’re at least probably familiar with the name Swamp Thing. Maybe you remember it from the campy-but-fun Wes Craven movie. With that film, its sequel and subsequent TV...

The Crow Remake

Comic-Based Horror Movies That Were Surprising Hits

We live in a golden era of comic book films. Sure, adaptations of comic books date back to the Batman and Superman serials of the 1930s and 1940s. But now we live in a time where we have forty films c...

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