A rocket-fuelled illustrated science fiction novella for fans of inventive, gritty hardboiled storytelling in the vein of Philip K. Dick and Frank Miller
An unlikely pair, heading straight for likely trouble. But it’s true what they say: every dog has his day.
The Mob, and the War for American Martial Arts
The vicious murderers who gunned down her family reckon Christine Holloway is just some middle-aged soccer mom. Easy prey. They're dead wrong.
With outstanding illustrations by Vassilis Gogtzilas, J.M. DeMatteis’s remarkable supernatural novella is a mind-warping voyage into terror and redemption.
A spine-chilling novella from acclaimed author Benjamin Percy with illustrations by superstar artist Francesco Francavilla.
A violent tale of revenge and a tender love story. Easy to enter and hard to define.
A terrifying short story by the writer of HOST ('scariest movie of the decade'), with original illustrations by renowned horror artist Trever Henderson
A lean, mean, pedal-to-the-metal noir that will grab you by the throat on page one and drag you kicking and screaming all the way to the end.
Axel Black has 24 hours, a blaster on his hip and a seriously bad attitude. Will that be enough to find the map and discover the secrets to his childhood?
An explosive thriller that blasts across the page, dragging the spy genre out of the past and throwing it into the here-and-now.
Pretty soon he'll just be consciousness trapped within a machine. Only one thing to do ... ACCELERATE.
Haunting and evocative, Adam Roberts and François Schuiten present a sci-fi novella where humanity is in the grip of a mysterious compulsion.
Howard Chaykin pries into the secrets behind the legendary art of Neal Adams
A must-see 1970s Mafia classic released in the wake of Mean Streets and an undeniable precursor to Tarantino
The interaction between and among human beings is the only story worth telling.
When I look at Kaluta's artwork for comic book covers the thing that always strikes me is that the work doesn't...
Asked by Debbie Lynn Elias of Behind The Lens Online on what compels the director Peter Weir to film such varied stories ...
February, 1965: a snowy day in the Quantock Hills of Somerset. 32-year-old John Boorman was hard at work on his debut feature, 'Catch Us If You Can'...
Following his great artistic and financial triumph, 'A Woman Under the Influence', the iconic American independent filmmaker John Cassavetes...
"Wake up and smell the burning corpses of your dreams, pal."
While he was teaching screenwriting at the UCLA Film School, American director and screenwriter Paul Schrader got a character idea during one of his...
Horror was an Italian comics magazine that was a contemporary of the Warren publications in the U.S. These covers are decidedly Italian feel to me.
“My mommy always said there were no monsters—no real ones—but there are,” Carrie Henn’s hardened child Newt chides...
The thing that I love the most about Joe Kubert’s art is the speed with which it looks like it was made. Each mark embodies...