Must survive until daybreak!
Let’s face it, nothing says Halloween like Hellboy by Mike Mignola.
At a time of similar hopelessness and when people are actually asking if Brutalist architecture contributed to the UK Riots, it’s good to revisit this classic from the Specials. When I first watched this video I thought it was a modern remake as it looks so current and timeless, but apparently it’s from 1981, and directed by the late Barney Bubbles, a designer who killed himself a few years later.
If Heidi Klum is the queen of Halloween costumes, Emily Carroll is now the queen of Halloween webcomics. Following last year’s “His Face All Red”
Carroll has created MARGOT’S ROOM, an interactive comic that is guaranteed to give you the creeps.
Read the poem on the first page and then click in the proper order on the main image…if you read this after dark we DARE you not to feel a chill.
Download the first issue of Knights of the Living Dead by Ron Wolfe and Dustin Higgins (Pinnochio Vampire Slayer) FREE from SLG. King Arthur vs the Zombies? Why not!
Abby Denson covers the half-shirted cute boys of the 80s, in a Tumblr blog that includes some horror icons like Udo Kier in BLOOD OF DRACULA and Johnny Depp in A NIGTHMARE ON ELM STREET. But here we see Corey Feldman from THE LOST BOYS, which as we revealed on Twitter today, we only saw for the very first time this weekend. Yes we had never seen “Death by stereo!” and the Two Croey’s greatest moments, as well as one of the most titanic assemblage of cute gothy boys in one film EVER. WHY DID WE WAIT SO LONG??!!?!??!?
The artist has collected all his Halloween art in one big post. Enjoy!
It’s kinda comics for the people involved. TRIP CITY is a new art salon/web site that features many Brooklyn-based creative peeps including cartoonists. PR below.
The ULYSSES SEEN artist passes along a poster he made for a Philadelphia theater company. “Their programming this year includes an old Radio show (with local actors and a foley sound-effects artist) as well as a dramatic-yet-hillarious reading from TOMB OF DRACULA #10. Great fun for all ages and, as you can see, something I really enjoy taking part in,” Berry writes.
When he isn’t making TV shows for kids, John Kenn does spectacular monsters drawings on post-it notes.