Horror Art: An Interview with Steve Crisp

Houses by Bentley Little featuring a Steve Crisp cover

[Editor's note: Steve Crisp is one of the greatest horror artists in the field. He has been at it for over thirty years and his work has graced the book covers of Richard Laymon, Stephen King, John le Carre, Michael Moorcock, Clive Cussler and many others. His film posters include Aliens", " The Princess Bride "  and " Death on the Nile". I am a huge fan and I am happy to have … [Read more...]

Halloween Party Play List

Monster Mash Peter Pan record

I have children, and their musical tastes diverge from my own. That said, the other day on the Disney Channel, a new version of “Monster Mash” played, a sort-of teen beach movie sort of take on the classic ‘Graveyard Smash.’ It took me a few minutes to recognize the perennial favorite in its new guise. I re-introduced my brood to the original Bobby ‘Boris’ Pickett and the … [Read more...]

Don’t Miss HALLOWEEN ComicFest on 10-25-14!

Halloween Comicfest

  HalloweenComicFest is the celebration of Halloween and comics! The event takes place October 25th at participating comic shops. FREE Halloween themed comics will be available, along with the chance for fans to participate in "The Greatest Halloween Costume Contest Ever!" It is a great event for comic and Halloween fans of all ages! Come and celebrate Halloween … [Read more...]

Article: Tattoo Boo: HALLOWEEN INK

A demon on the calf

The machine hums and whines as it draws blood; a rivulet trickling from the wicked grin of a smiling Jack o lantern. He presses until she winces. He pauses to wipe. She stretches, adjusts. “Do you need a break?” he asks. “No, please, I can’t wait to see it!” she gushes, closing her eyes to accept the temporary discomfort for a permanent change. Tattoo artist Chris “Blick” … [Read more...]

Artist Spotlight: Matt Deterior

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Extremely disenchanted with the mundane "opiates" of today's society, Matt Deterior creates artwork as a way to reach a world he fails to connect with or comprehend. TV, video games, sports, the weather, religion, pop culture are nothing more than empty distractions. His reaction to society's blind acceptance of these distractions are what fuel his work. Both directly and … [Read more...]