Jerry Prosser comic
Stanislaw Mayakovsky once wrote a book about the cybernetic ant he designed to infiltrate a hive in order to gain precious knowledge about the species. Now a beautiful young thief has approached him to recreate his experiment by designing an Alien to infiltrate an Alien hive to gain something else precious: the Alien Queen Mother's royal jelly, the galaxy's most valuable commodity.
"Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man's Back," an after-the-bomb tale by the master of hard-core horror, Joe R. Lansdale, is the first of three short stories lovingly adapted for comics in this first issue of Joe R. Lansdale's By Bizarre Hands. Terrifying, relentless, unsparing -- By Bizarre Hands is the extreme edge of horror.
Welcome to the first stop in your tour of Comics' Greatest World -- Arcadia, a city where, if you don't play by the rules, you might be the next corpse. Larry Briggs found that out -- right before his insides got sprayed all over the nice walls of his high-rise office. Now the law is looking for the man responsible, and the law in Arcadia is big, thick-skinned, and vicious. But no one's going to find X until he wants to be found. And when that happens, everyone's going to be sorry.
In 1180, Gilad searches for the next in line to serve as Seer of Earth and Stone. But when the Geomancer, a Tibetan monk, faces certain death, he attempts to create a tulpa- a thoughtform duplicate- to serve as his intended successor, a decision whose repercussions will resonate through to the modern day.
With the aid of special glasses, 11-year-old Tommy Anderson is the only one who can see the Predator. But can this over-imaginative boy convince adults that there's really a murderous monster stalking him? It's mayhem at the drive-in when Predator comes a-huntin'!
- Issue # Full (2 years ago)