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Read or Pass?: Horror Comic Edition

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Read or Pass?: Horror Comic Edition

Written by Angela Rairden Despite the fact that it’s November, I’m not ready for Halloween to be over. As such, I thought that I’d review a few horror comics that I started reading recently in case you, too, are in still in the mood for spooky season to let you know if I feel that they are worth your time. NIGHT OF THE GHOUL by Scott Snyder and Francisco Francavilla As soon as I saw that Snyder was the writer on this series, I knew I had to pick it up because, aside from notably writing multiple Batman comics, he...

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“Bunnicula” Graphic Novel is Timeless, Whimsical Classic Perfect for Halloween

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“Bunnicula” Graphic Novel is Timeless, Whimsical Classic Perfect for Halloween

Written by Angela Rairden First published as a children’s book in 1978, Bunnicula, written by Deborah and James Howe, has caught the imagination of children for decades. With the tagline “A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery”, the short book, which became the beginning of a series, followed the adventures of Howard the dog and Chester the cat when their family brings home a new pet – a rabbit named Bunnicula. Bunnicula book cover I had fond memories of reading this book as kid. It was probably one of the first “horror” books that I read. As an adult, I was aware of...

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“The Me You Love in the Dark” is a Perfect, Subtle Type of Horror, by Angela Rairden

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“The Me You Love in the Dark” is a Perfect, Subtle Type of Horror, by Angela Rairden

"From the mind of Skottie Young (Rocket Raccoon, I Hate Fairyland, and Middlewest) comes Image’s The Me You Love in the Dark, a strange sort of spooky, romantic tale that’s perfect for the start of fall and the Halloween season."

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Bunny Mask Issue One Introduces Readers to Its Unique and Eerie World, by Angela Rairden

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Bunny Mask Issue One Introduces Readers to Its Unique and Eerie World, by Angela Rairden

"I picked up issue one of Bunny Mask based solely on its intriguing cover, which hinted that it was probably going to be creepy, bloody, and a little strange.

I wasn’t disappointed."

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Horror Comics Aren’t Just for October – Here’s Three Worth Checking Out Now! By Angela Rairden

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Horror Comics Aren’t Just for October – Here’s Three Worth Checking Out Now! By Angela Rairden

Most people associate horror with the month of October; however, there are fantastic horror comics being released every day of the year. Here are a few fantastic indie titles that will creep you out in the best ways possible: SOMETHING IS KILLING THE CHILDREN from BOOM! Studios Written by James Tynion IV Art by Werther Dell’Edera This one has been on a few "best of" lists already, and if you haven't checked it out yet, here's a quick synopsis to convince you why you should. When the children of the small, quiet town of Archer’s Peak mysteriously begin to go...

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