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Dana Roberts, seasoned investigator of the supernormal, is called to Italy by an ex-lover to investigate a strange phenomenon—the mystery of a bleeding wall. She meets Jana Davis at a book signing event, and together they head to Italy in search of answers. Are they dealing with a haunted house? A demon perhaps? Or a vengeful specter from the other side?Dana has battled angry jinns, malevolent shadows, ancient travelers, and soul-sucking shapeshifters, but in The Case of the Bleeding Wall, she and her new sidekick, Jana, may face their most dangerous challenge yet.
In this first episode of this American Gothic tale we meet Martin, a great depression era boy who lives alone with his father, an alcoholic railroad man. His father teaches Martin everything there is to know about trains - including the legend of the Hellbound Train. When Martins father gets killed in a strange train accident at midnight, the boy is put in orphanage from where he escapes and try´s a life of hobo and small time criminal. Eventually he joins the Salvation Army, but seduces the commanders daughter and is cast away. But then the Hellbound Train comes for him and he makes a deal with it´s "conductor"; he will have the ability to stop once the time for eternity for a seat in the train.
Psycho author Robert Bloch's seminal tale of the Ripper in then-contemporary times was originally published in Weird Tales in '43. Now it's getting adapted to comics for the first time ever, by acclaimed writer Joe R. Lansdale & John L. Lansdale, and featuring art and colors by Eisner-nominated artist Kevin Colden (Fishtown).
ALSO: Re-presenting two classic Kirby RAWHIDE KID tales, “The Bat Strikes” and “The Bullet Proof Man.”
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Jack Russell, the Werewolf by Night stalks a killer werewolf in the mountains while searching for a cure that will end his curse. The mal-formed Man-Thing, temporarily in possession of his mind, attempts to save a man from certain death at the hands of racist hunters. And Son of Satan battles a possessed child killer along with the murderous voices in his head...
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It's Halloween, and we know you want something really scary. How about two-gun action and the living dead? Well circle the wagons, pardners, pray for dawn, and stay away from the zombies as Dark Horse proudly presents Joe R. Lansdale's cult novel, Dead in the West! Why dress up for Halloween as a cowboy, Indian, or walking corpse when you can see them mixing it up in East Texas, 1876? The residents of Mud Creek have trouble on their hands when only a down-on-his-luck preacher with a six-gun and a boy stand between the town and an army of the living dead, re-animated by an Indian shaman's curse. Jack Jackson is at the height of his form with Dead in the West -- his art gives a feeling of authenticity that perfectly complements the story and will leave you covered in goosebumps. For all fans of A Fistful of Dollars and Night of the Living Dead, this book is for you!
Take another wild ride through the horrific Old West with the creative team behind the award-winning JONAH HEX: TWO-GUN MOJO. Join the hideously scarred gunfighter Jonah Hex as he encounters a ranch full of singing cowboys and an ancient race of man-eating grubs from beneath the earth.
H.P. Lovecraft is known as one of the key founders of modern horror, cited as a major influence by many prominent authors, such as Stephen King. In collaboration with renowned Lovecraft historian and literary caretaker Robert Weinberg, IDW is bringing you the definitive Lovecraft comics updated for a 21st century audience.
Joe Lansdale's epic of insanity finally comes to comics, 10 years in the making! The original novel has a huge cult following as it personifies the best in Lansdale's writing, and this comic adaptation is true to the original, it's undiluted, unaltered Lasdale at it's finest adapted by top scribe Chris Golden. When a group of friends decide to spend a day at the world's largest Drive-In theatre horror fest, they expected to see tons of bloody murders, rampaging madmen, and mayhem- but only on the screen.As a mysterous force traps all the patrons inside the Drive-In, the worst in humanity comes out.
Lansdale lovers rejoice, the team that brought you The Drive-In is back for this sequel to one of horror's most beloved books, The Drive-In 2! Artist Andres Guinaldo returns to bring to life the next chapter of the story about a group of friends who wanted nothing more than to enjoy a day at the movies. But when a comet brought true horror to life, the body count started to mount. At the end of the last series, they finally got to flee the terror of the Drive-In, only to find the rest of the world had gone just as crazy! This series picks up the action, madness, and razor-sharp dialogue Lansdale fans the world over have been waiting for! Available in regular and wraparound covers by Guinaldo.
The Bounty Hunter captures a fugitive named Calhoun. While traveling across the Cadillac Desert they are accosted by a tank full of zombies, and saved by the leaders of those zombies.
From the mind of creator Joe R. Lansdale comes a prequel to the cult-classic film! President Nixon has discovered an alien threat, and he knows there's only one man he can reach out to for help: Elvis Presley. But will Elvis be enough to defeat a horde of Cosmic Blood-Suckers?
For 25 years, FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully have been shining their ash- lights into the shadows, searching for the truth. To celebrate this anniversary, IDW Publishing proudly presents The X-Files: Case Files! Under this banner, faithful fans will see the release of numerous micro-se- ries, featuring stories that explore X-Files of the past and present by top talent from comics and prose! This second offering comes from legend- ary author Joe R. Lansdale, Keith Lans- dale, and artist Silvia Califano. In “Hoot Goes There?”, Scully and Mulder nd themselves on the road again, this time to a small East Texas town to investigate the disappearance of a woman said to have been carried away by a creature tting the description of a harpy from Greek myth. But things only get stranger from there...
Joe R. Lansdale, the acclaimed horror novelist of such titles as EDGE OF DARK WATER and DEAD AIM, takes on DC's famed bounty hunter Jonah Hex with twisted tales of the Old West featuring Buffalo Will's Wild West Show, a demonic baby, an ancient race of man-eating worms, and more.
Renowned horror and western writer Joe R. Lansdale reunites with his Jonah Hex collaborator, artist Timothy Truman, to tell the grittiest, roughest, downright meanest Conan story ever seen in comics. This five-part series begins in the wretched wastes of Stygia, a burning, grinding stretch of desert so desolate the only thing more unforgiving is its inhabitants. There, Conan comes to the aid of an old ally, uncovers a scheme to acquire untold-of wealth, and punishes his foolish enemies most cruelly. Yet when his treasure hunt reveals an alluring spirit with long-unsatisfied needs, the Cimmerian knows a gentler touch is required to win the day. Teaming the wild, scathing wit of Lansdale with the unflinching vision of Truman, Conan and the Songs of the Dead is an unprecedented take on the grand hero of sword and sorcerypushing one of the most brutal heroes of literature to new extremes!
The Windwagon Gang rob a train carrying Aztek artifacts on loan from Mexico. At the request of the governor of Texas, The Lone Ranger and Tonto get involved, but with their relationship strained by a press that continually relegates Tonto to sidekick status, and The Ranger beginning to believe his own hype, can they hope to bring the villians to justice, or will their latest adventure be their last?
The award-winning undead anthology rises from the grave and this time it's monthly! Join top writers Joe R. Lansdale, Steve Niles and Academy Award nominee Kim Krizan for a trio of undead tales that will rot your head away! More great Zombie stories from more great writers and artists that you know and love.
"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.
One the most popular horror novel writers, Joe R. Lansdale, is unleashed again in this all-new series that adapts some of his favorite short stories, all chosen by Lansdale himself, into comic form for the first time. This issue contains the titular story "By Bizarre Hands", and is illustrated by fabulous new Indian artist Dheeraj Verma. A well-mannered preacher with a taste for "saving" retarded girls goes traveling to find some Halloween fun and ends up unleashing his inner demons. With Lansdale's biting wit and razor-sharp dialogue, fans of Garth Ennis are sure to love this new six issue monthly series.