horror comics




Advance Review: Wytches # 4 – Nesting Behavior Ain’t Pretty

Scott Snyder has been warning us for some time that we really might not like the human characters in the Image series Wytches if we knew them better, and especially the most carefully set up as identification characters, the Rook family. In Issue #3 when Charles started to unravel a little, unsure of what was […]

Advance Review Of Wytches #3: Finding New Ways To Depict Trauma In Comics

Sitting in a room bathed in the cozy glow of the lights of a Christmas tree on a grey afternoon in December, I’m reading Wytches #3 from Image Comics. And predictably, afterwards I’m casting sidelong glances at my not-fake Christmas tree because it’s a tree and it looks shadowy inside beyond the lights, and it’s […]

The Terror! Witness Craig Yoe’s Weird Love For Horror Comics And Their Enduring Legacy

Live from somewhere inside a decaying castle with angry hoards outside, flaming torches and pitchforks at the ready, the horror comic enthusiast, comic creator extraordinaire and editor of many historically important but maddeningly strange and artistically brilliant volumes of bone-chilling comics, Craig Yoe joins us here on Bleeding Cool especially for Halloween. The massive line […]





The Evolution Of Juan Ferreyra’s Art On Colder: The Bad Seed #1

Eisner-nominated series Colder from Dark Horse, by Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra, is returning for a second arc in Colder: The Bad Seed. The first arc of Colder pitted especially unusual mental patient Declan (his body temperature is below liveable conditions) against a nightmarish hunter Nimble Jack, but this arc clarifies that more baddies are […]



Preview Image Book Nightworld Inspired By Kirby And Bava Monster Movies

The Italian horror tradition influenced creator-owned project Nightworld went to Kickstarter less than a year ago, succeeded, and now has been picked up by Image Comics in a dream come true for writer Adam McGovern and artist Paolo Leandri. They began tossing around ideas and sketches for the comic in 2005, and it was a […]