The first comic, titled The Last Night of Carnival, of this five-part series shows Dracula chasing down a smiling buxom maiden only to be confronted by… a Superman knock-off. Dracula finds himself out-matched and left literally fangless, thus beginning a series of stories exploring an aging monster in an increasingly dangerous world. The series is

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Red Room: The Antisocial Network Cover Photo

For as long as it has been a viable means for sharing media, the internet has been a fascination of the morbidly curious. Forums and sites set up on both the surface and deep web dedicated to the spread of gratuitous, real life videos of death, becoming common knowledge in our society and reflected in

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Gideon Falls Graphic Novel

Announced in 2017, Gideon Falls was billed as Jeff Lemire’s unique take on the horror genre, focused on exploring the idea of a source of evil versus relying on gore. The series received early accolades, winning best new series at the 2019 Eisner awards, with Dave Stewart winning best coloring the following year. In addition,

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Maria Llovet has been creating comics since 2011. As a Spanish-American author, illustrator, and animator, she is best known for Heartbeat  and Eros/Psyche. Here at the Grimoire of Horror, we were excited to have the opportunity to interview her about her roots and what is yet to come. Can you tell us how you first

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Evil Dead Dark Horse Comic Review

It is an odd realization that Evil Dead is looking at coming up on its 40th year anniversary, a film that, for many, catapulted their interest into horror cinema. In addition, it is rather remarkable that that the film still holds up so many years later thanks to the creativity of Sam Raimi and the

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The first issue of Porcelain wastes no time getting started, throwing our protagonist straight into peril with dazzling artwork. If you appreciate the aesthetic of dolls, roses, and girlish fantasy with a side of darkness, grab your tea, settle in, and ready yourself to fawn over each frame. Dilapidated structures are drawn with just as

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Eros/psyche review

“My heart remained there, as if time stood still. For me… The Rose was always you.” Thus opens the elusive and spellbinding Eros/Psyche. The Rose is a mysterious all-girls school where students clad in uniforms reminiscent of Wednesday Addams engage in the witch-like practices of collecting plant samples and performing unexplained rituals, all while studying

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Bottomfeeder Review

American comics have been in a slump, the mainstream dwelling in mundane content heavily focused on appeasing a small percentage of the fanbase. The result, mainstream/major companies struggling with sales and having to lay off staff in the process. Consequently, many fans have flocked to manga that offers both variety and freedom of expression. It

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Vampire State Building Cover Photo

Vampires have been the subject of media as far back as the publication of John William Polidori’s The Vampyre (1819) and Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1897). Their is lore subject to variation and change over the years to create the vampiric entities that have cemented themselves as part of our popular culture. This history has not

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Diabolik

Now that we have watched all four seasons of Call My Agent, some of us several times, we need something fresh from Netfilx or anywhere else to keep lockdown boredom at bay. There’s not much coming from Hollywood and absolutely nothing from the Marvel Universe. Star Wars trilogies? Insult to intelligence, an abomination to the

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