Steve Niles comic
From the dark mind of Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) comes a story set in the aftermath of our world's collapse. This chilling vision of the future unveils a world where the police patrol for crimes of the imagination. Religious beliefs, along with any tales of false heroes, idols, or gods, are illegal. Detective Philip Khrome doesn't enforce Imagination, he works Homicide. That's where the action is, and he's seen it all before. But criminals evolve, and the world is forever changing. When a killing spree hits his city sector, Khrome finds himself face-to-face with killers born of grim reality with Old World superstition - and everything is not as it seems!
Some famous monsters are going to the scariest place they've ever been—the suburbs! The Cryptics follows much smaller versions of horror's most fabled characters as they grow up in the 'burbs, go to school, and make monsters in the laboratory. If you think your kids are trouble, you ain't seen nothing until you've seen The Cryptics! Steve Niles and Ben Roman bring you this look into the young lives and escapades of pint-sized versions of classic monsters.
- Issue # TPB (2 months ago)
As the sun sets over an isolated Alaskan township—not to rise again for a month—a new evil emerges from the shadows to terrorize the town… But after a series of strange events and horrific killings, the question becomes what lurks in the shadows? 30 Days of Night is reborn in an all new reimagining of the series designed to titillate the mind and horrify the senses!
This is the one Cal McDonald fans have been waiting forthe biggest, scariest, weirdest _Criminal Macabre_ story of all time and the start of the new ongoing line of _Criminal Macabre_ comics. Cal McDonald, boozer, druggie, private dick who hangs with dead dudeswelcome to Rock Bottom. Your only friend in the human world is dead, your girlfriend just dumped you and moved to another city, and the district attorney has a chip on his shoulder the size of a Chevy Nova with your name on it. When that chip turns into a nasty case of police brutality, Cal ends up fighting for his life in the intensive-care unit and wakes up days later¦sober. And what's Cal been missing since he went under? Only the most horrifying convergence of sheer monster power ever to emigrate from the old world. Cal McDonald, meet Nosferatu.
To say that Cal's been through hell and back would be a misstatement. He's been to hell, all right, and he seems to be stuck there for good. When we last checked in on Cal, he and Mo'Lock had just witnessed the vile, horrifying transformation of Cal's lovely ex, Sabrina Lynch, into a minion of the vampire Nosferatu. After that Cal disappeared for a bit, and at the start of our new series, Mo'Lock finds him just in time to lure him off the filthy couch in an abandoned house with an offer he can't refuseeither he gets up and takes a new case, or Mo'Lock will kill him before the drugs can. And what a case it is. Devil worshipers in sunny SoCal are doing their best to bring Satan into the world, and by the looks of things, Cal's already too late. What does one feed a bouncing baby Beelzebub, anyway? **From the creator of _30 Days of Night_!**
If good intentions pave the road to hell, then Cal McDonald should just get in the handbasket already and buckle up for the ride. He's no do-goodernot by farbut he does everything he can to keep the supernatural forces of evil from harming humans, and it always comes at a great personal expense, taking everything and everyone he's ever owned or cared about. Now he's being set up by the cops and a vengeful DA to take the fall for a pile of bad news. There's no way he's getting out of this one without serving some time at the Graybar Hotel. A little time in lockup would be like a vacation compared to what Cal's been through lately, but forces both human and monster alike are lining up to make sure Cal's trip to the slammer is the last trip he ever takes.
The world has been overrun, the fleash-eating undead rule the streets, and two teen boys are left abandoned in the city to fend for themselves and care for their rotting mother. In a world where the undead eat human flesh, what chance to two boys have when they can hardly get along themselves? Featuring art by Andrew Ritchie that will literally make your skin crawl, and story by Steve Niles, readers will discover that this is NOT your typical zombie story.
- Issue # Full (2 months ago)
If the undead have glory days, then the Black Plague was the era they never could have imagined. No longer hunted, no longer suspected, the vampires ran, exempt from fear. They were free to playuntil the night the vampires turned against each other. Collects all four _Dark Horse Presents_ installments! * Written by Steve Niles (_Breath of Bones_, _30 Days of Night_, _Criminal Macabre_)! * Art by menton3 (_Monocyte_, _Transfusion_, _The Dunwich Horror_)!
- Issue # Full (2 months ago)
Modern master of horror Steve Niles (30 Days Of Night) teams with new art sensation, Milx, to present a tale guaranteed to terrify! When Victor sets his sights on reversing death, he can't know just what a can of worms he's opening up. But he'll find out...
Created by Steve Niles and Ashley Wood!Nick Hammond and Anastasia Collins are the Mystery Society and bring new meaning to "underground cult" status! Stealthily avoiding the authorities, this skullduggery duo spend their time and money righting wrongs committed in the world's underbellies. This issue, Ana defends their secret headquarters as Nick goes on a rescue mission breaking into Area 51 for a bounty that you will not believe!
Cal McDonald's back in Hairball, collecting a four-part story that originally appeared in Dark Horse Presents. This time around, everybody's favorite private dick of the paranormal runs across a pack of wild teen werewolves that only Cal and his undead pals can stop. A one-shot issue written by Steve Niles (Savage Membrane: A Cal McDonald Mystery and Hellspawn) and illustrated by Casey Jones (Birds of Prey, Spider-Girl, Excalibur) and Bruce Patterson.
- Issue # Full (2 months ago)
Contrary to popular belief, the story of the Frankenstein Monster did not end at the end of Mary Shelley's famous novel. Now, Steve Niles and Damien Worm have uncovered the shocking fact of the time the Monster met... Jack the Ripper. Read if you dare!
What if the thing that gave you your greatest power was your greatest enemy? Writer Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and artist Kyle Hotz (Man-Thing) present an all-new series featuring the ultimate avenger-outsider.
Discover the true meaning of terror as fright-masters Steve Niles and Kelley Jones bring this all-new series to life! In this issue, we watch as a very sad and lonely man reaches the end of his rope, only to discover he's in way deeper than he ever imagined. It seems there's an army of little demons in his garden, and he's their next sacrifice!
In this sci-fi thriller, the sixth in a series of genetically modified assassins born in a secret laboratory sets her sights on the ultimate target. But what happens when the perfect killing machine takes a personal interest in her target only to uncover a conspiracy that may change the fate of the entire human race?
It’s a knock-down, drag-out fight between the Gamma-powered Hulk, and the original science project gone wrong, the lightning-born Frankenstein’s Monster! The science-spawned beast of the Victorian Age meets the modern menace of the Nuclear Age, and when these monsters mash, forget the torches and pitchforks… just run! Guest starring a hoary host of Marvel’s scariest creatures and bogeymen smashing and terrorizing their way through this Monster-Sized issue!
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
You can't run from Hyde... Two brilliant but misunderstood scientists race to unlock the mystery of man's dual nature. They succeed, unleashing a murderous beast on a terrified city. As suspicion and treachery grow, the startling secret of the beast's origin is revealed. Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and Aadi Salman (Silent Hill: Dying Inside) deliver a powerful and frightening tale of duality, deception and death.
- Issue # Full (11 months ago)
This time out, Cal and his ghoulish partner Mo'Lock face a prison break that signals the return of Dr. Polynice, last seen in IDW's Savage Membrane prose novel. Plus, Cal gets himself a new ride... or does the new ride get him?
Dagmar, Rick, and Jules, intrepid private eyes/bounty hunters, have been hired by a high ranking Senator to retrieve his teenage daughter who's run off to join a mysterious religious cult. This is no ordinary cult though. In the near future of "The Disciples," the ultra-wealthy have become true Masters Of The Universe by colonizing moons throughout the solar system. Billionaire industrialist McCauley Richmond is one such colonist: he's built a new society on Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter, where his flock of cultists can have the religious freedom to worship him. But when the team reaches Ganymede in their Starship Venture, they discover something has gone horribly wrong... This ghost story in space reunites comics' king of the macabre Steve Niles with his longtime collaborator Christopher Mitten, whose stylish mix of grit and flow matches Steve's sharp characterizations and taste for screams.