Neal Barrett Jr. comic
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!
Dark Horse and Andrew Vachss took readers into the depths of the human soul with Hard Looks; now we take you into the bowels of the earth with Andrew Vachss' Underground, a new bimonthly anthology, exploring a world after The Terror. A world of darkness, tunnels, and danger, where the remnants of mankind hold on to what's left of humanity. Underground is a mix of illustrated fiction and comics, with a new story by Andrew Vachss in each issue. Other writers and artists are also exploring new terrain in the tunnels. Come see what they discover! This issue features: "Bum's Rush" by Andrew Vachss (Hard Looks), "Pooch" by Phil Hester (Freaks' Amour), "Potions by Isolde" by Diane Patterson, "There Is No Dog" by John Bergin (Hard Looks, From Inside), "Family" by Steve Rasnic Tem, "My Job" by Carol Swain (Way Out Strips), and "`Way Down" by Bill Crider.
The novel Batman: The Ultimate Evil (1995) is a story by Andrew Vachss dealing with child abuse in Thailand . The novel was adapted into this two-volume Series, released in 1995, scripted by Neal Barrett, Jr., and art by Denys Cowan and Prentis Rollins.
"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.