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Steve Niles to Write New Criminal Macabre Comic at Dark Horse

Steve Niles to Write New Criminal Macabre Comic at Dark Horse

Steve Niles is returning to Dark Horse for another volume of Criminal Macabre, the publisher revealed in a press release Friday. Niles will team with artist Gyula Németh and Nate Piekos for the four-issue mini-series, which will be called Criminal Macabre: The Big Bleed Out. The first issue hits stores on December 11th. Check out […]

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‘Swamp Thing’: Steve Niles, Mark Millar Dig Derek Mears’ Swampy Look

With DC Universe‘s live-action Swamp Thing only a little more than a week away from crawling its way out of the swamps of Louisiana and onto our screens, the streaming service released some new images from the series premiere that highlighted Alec Holland (Andy Bean) and Abby Arcane (Crystal Reed), as well as the overall horror vibe […]

Delta 13 #2 cover by Nat Jones

Delta 13 #2 Review: Predictable, Lifeless, and Visually Unappealing

The team’s drone finds a massive structure within the asteroid before disappearing. The captain wants to investigate despite crew protests, and they find a way inside the structure. There they find a woman tied up in wires and surviving in the cold and airless structure. The captain brings her back onto the ship. I wanted […]

Steve Niles and Marcelo Frusin Take Over Kick-Ass in September

Scottish Netflix comic book mogul Mark Millar has revealed the next superstar creative team that will take over Kick-Ass: writer Steve Niles and artist Marcelo Frusin! The duo will start with September’s Kick-Ass #7. In a press release bursting with love an admiration expressed by everyone for everyone else, Millar declared Niles his favorite writer: When we sold […]

Delta 13 #1 cover by Nat Jones

Delta 13 #1 Review: Falls Just Short on All Counts

A scanning ship in the Asteroid Belt of our solar system has just finished a routine scanning of an asteroid. They jump away to their next destination only to find a mysterious large asteroid which they almost crash into. They only avoid doing so by flying into one of the rock’s tunnels to slow down. […]

October Faction: Supernatural Dreams #2 cover by Damian Worm

October Faction Supernatural Dreams #2 Review: Surprisingly Dull Demon-Hunting

A goat-headed man enters the town of Gristlewood and immediately begins using supernatural powers to wreak havoc throughout the town. Vivian and Geoff arrive on the scene to stop him, and he easily dispatches them both. They return to their house, and Vivian is laid up to recover from her wounds. The whole Alan Family […]

IDW Reboots 30 Days Of Night In December With Niles, Kowalski, Templesmith, And Wood

The classic 2002 three-issue horror series by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith that spawned numerous follow-ups and two feature films is getting a reboot in December. Steve Niles will return to write the series, and Ben Templesmith will draw covers along with original cover artist Ashley Wood, while Piotr Kowalski takes on interior art in what is being […]

Winnebago Graveyard #1 Goes To Second Print, Regression #1 Goes To Third

Image Comics gets two more printings out of the door. Regression #1 by Cullen Bunn, Danny Luckert and Marie Enger has sold out of its second printing from Image Comics and is going to third, for the 12th of July. Adrian is plagued by ghastly waking nightmares. To understand and possibly treat these awful visions, […]

30 Days Of Night, A Comic That Changed The Industry, Turns 15

Time moves so damn fast. Seems like it was just yesterday that the world was worried about Y2K, now juniors in high school were born after we switched centuries. The first comic I ever had published was over twenty years ago… and I could keep going on things that will make us all feel old, […]

Art Of Monsters – David Hartman’s Work In Time-Lapse

Quite a few years ago now, I had the pleasure of working on a four-issue mini-series from Image called Steve Niles’ Strange Cases. It was based on a video game concept Steve Niles had come up with and the studio involved wanted some comics to go with it. I got asked to write the stories […]

30 Days Of Night – 24 Trades Of Christmas

As we make this trip down Graphic Novel lane for the holidays, I don’t want to leave out horror fans and one of the best horror series of the 2000’s was a book that not only helped put a publisher on the map but also changed how the industry worked in someways. 30 Days of […]

MTV Developing ‘Freaks Of the Heartland’ Drama Based On Dark Horse Comic

Steve Niles And Greg Ruth’s Freaks Of The Heartland In Development At MTV

MTV and Dark Horse Entertainment are developing Freaks of the Heartland based on the comic by Steve Niles and Greg Ruth. The project will be written by Geoff Davey and Peter Sattler. Freaks of the Heartland is set in a rural town in America’s heartland that has harbored a terrible secret. Trevor’s family had been hiding […]

Jim Carrey And Eli Roth Join For Steve Nile’s Aleister Arcane

Back in 2004, Steve Niles and Breehn Burns teamed up for a new series called Aleister Arcane for IDW. It told the story of a weatherman who returned to his home town to host a midnight horror show. An incident with two children leads the host to be put on trial, breaking his spirit and […]

Benjamin Roman Brings Us P.A.C.O. And Donut

On February 24th, P.A.C.O. and Donut goes love on Comixology. The all-ages series by creator Benjamin Roman tells the story of an escaped criminal who is shackled to a damaged transport robot whose programming has flipped. Roman has previously worked with writer Steve Niles on The Cryptics from Image and with Keith Giffen on I Luv Halloween […]

More Monster Noir Goodness In Monster World #2 Preview

American Gothic Press has sent us a preview for the second issue of Monster World. The series is from Philip Kim, Steve Niles, Piotr Kowalski and Dennis Calero and focuses on Detective Barrymore who might be in over his head when unexpected new bizarre details come to light, but that doesn’t stop him from slowing down at […]

Niles And Jones Wrap Up Broken Moon

Hitting stores today is American Gothic Press’ series Broken Moon. The final issue of the series by Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and Nat Jones (’68) brings the war to a head. An all-out attack on the vampires’ city stronghold, with the fate of the planet hanging in the balance. But will Frankenstein’s army […]

Piotr Kowalski Draws Steve Niles’s Monster World For December

Teased with just Steve Niles‘ name before from American Gothic Press, he is joined by co-writer Philip Kim and artist Piotr Kowalski for December’s Monster World comic book series. Something sinister is lurking behind the cameras of world-famous World Studios, and it may not be human. When Detective Henry Barrymore is approached by a mysterious woman […]

The Comic Book Face Of Erectile Dysfunction

If you have Facebook then you’ve probably seen that section where the site suggests friends you may know. Well, comic book colorist Charlie Kirchoff noticed a familiar face with an unfamiliar name the other day. Yes, some of you may recognize horror/comic writer Steve Niles co-creator of 30 Days Of Night and creator of Criminal Macabre. […]

Steve Niles And Nat Jones Bring Broken Moon To American Gothic Press

American Gothic Press has sent out a preview for a new series called Broken Moon. It’s created by Steve Niles and Nat Jones who have worked together before on Spawn: The Dark Ages and Giant Monster. After the world’s superpowers go nuclear on one another’s lunar mining colonies, destroying much of the moon, the human […]