Tag Archives: Horror

REVIEW: 'Coraline' Written by Neil Gaiman and Illustrated by Dave McKean

Coraline, written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Dave McKean, tells the story of a young girl who bravely saves herself and her parents from the ghosts that inhabit their home. Coraline Jones and her parents stay in a divided … Continue reading

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REVIEW: 'The Dreaming' Written & Illustrated by Queenie Chan

The Dreaming is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Queenie Chan, published by Tokyopop. It is a self-contained story and completed in 3 volumes. As other readers have noted, this manga is not typical. First of all it is … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Beware of Spirals: Uzumaki, Junji Ito

Uzumaki by Junji Ito, 2nd edition published October 2007 by Viz Media, 208 pages. Ito is the master of manga horror. Oh, yes, I’m very familiar with his work having read Museum of Terror about a young woman men are … Continue reading

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The Devil's Rose: An Illustrated Novel by Brom

The Devil’s Rose: An Illustrated Novel by Brom was my pick for my Halloween read. I wanted something dark and disturbing and I almost got it. The graphic novel is about former Texas Ranger slash soulhunter, Cole McGee, tracking down a group of souls that have escaped … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz

Odd Thomas by Dean Koontz (2003) is the first book in the Odd Series.  Koontz is a writer whose work is often hard to classify sometimes. Some of the work he writes are straight up horror stories and some are not.  Odd Thomas is a story … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Museum of Terror by Junji Ito

My very first horror comic. I had no idea what I would be getting into when I cracked open the spine. Talk about a story that is a very dark with a twisted tale of violence and obsession. Museum of Terror is a … Continue reading

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