Writers – (in order of appearance) Cullen Bunn, Justin Jordan, Rachel Deering, Michael Moreci, Steve Seeley, Mike Oliveri, Steve Niles, Tim Seeley, Christopher Sebella, Tom Taylor, James Tynion IV, Duane Swiercynski, Matthew Down Smith, F. Paul Wilson, Scott Snyder, Sean E. Williams, Brian Keene, Jody Leheup, Nate Southard, Thomas Boatwright, Ed Brisson, Paul Tobin, Valerie D’Orazio, and Marguerite BennettContinue reading →
WRITTEN & ARTWORK BY: Various
CREATED BY: Jon Morris & Manning Krull
Aside: In college I took a pre-requisite class on publishing your work. I submitted a story that I meant to publish to the prof and was rebutted with…”this is fun. Too bad there’s no place to publish the fun stuff…”
Now I saw to you…college prof…there is a place to publish the “fun stuff”. Look no further than Boo at Monkeybrain Comics, and you’ll see that there are people out there doing just that. Filling our heads with “the fun stuff”. Thank you Jon Morris and Manning Krull. Continue reading →
In the Dark – A Comic Horror Anthology
Interview with Creator Rachel Deering
By: Brad Gischia
Everyone has seen how Kickstarter has changed the indie comics industry. If you have a good idea and good talent there is nothing that can stop you from getting funding. Millions of people see the site and donate daily to projects they feel strongly about. What happens when you take a seasoned comic professional and add the Kickstarter gene into the pool? In the Dark happens. Thank you Rachel Deering. Continue reading →
WRITTEN BY: Rachel Deering
ARTWORK BY: Christopher Mooneyham & Wesley St. Claire
COLOR ARTWORK BY: Fares Maese & Ian Herring
LETTERING BY: Rachel Deering
A Return to Classic Horror Story Telling.
Greetings from the Wasteland! *Warning here there be Spoilers!
I came to this book through social media and the wonders of the comic book convention. (I will not ever stop talking about the wonders of the Con, I don’t want to and you can’t make me.) I was browsing the list of artists that were going to be at C2E2 when I saw the name Rachel Deering, and upon further digging found the name of the trade she had recently penned, Anathema. I checked it out and made sure her booth was a stop on my stroll through artists’ alley. Continue reading →