A hooded figure wanders a lonesome road waiting for a special someone…A criminal returns home to face old memories and new nightmares…A man awakes to find himself living in a mirror image of reality…and diners at a restaurant find themselves confronted with a terrifying revelation about who and what they are…These are the nineteen nightmarish tales that await you in the THEATER MACABRE…
We are proud to announce the updated version of Death Poems by Thomas Ligotti, with a whole new section of poetry titled “Closing Statements”. Cover art and internal illustrations by the amazing Richard A. Kirk. Long out of print, Death Poems was originally produced in a very small edition by Durtro in 2004. This highly prized collection has been virtually unobtainable until now. We expect this to sell out very quickly, so do not hesitate.
Wraparound dustjacket with internal illustration by Richard A. Kirk.
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A student’s project involves the release of hundreds of life-affirming balloons.A lonely little girl finds a monster, and decides to keep it.
A young boy collects incredibly detailed serial killer dolls.
A pragmatic young man will do whatever he thinks is necessary to keep his girlfriend.
What could possibly go wrong?
In this collection of nineteen exceedingly odd and original stories, Bram Stoker-nominated Bill Breedlove takes everyday items—magic shampoo, Boy Scout hatchets, animatronic Howler monkeys—and creates tales which are by turns comical, horrifying and endlessly entertaining.
Bill Breedlove is a masterful writer, and the stories in How To Die Well are some of the most exhilarating and strange and downright good that you will ever read. I anxiously await to see what he comes up with next.
–Donald Ray Pollock, author of The Devil All the Time
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Charles Osborne is a happily married, highly successful businessman. Normally speaking his life should be perfect but a twist of fate followed by a miscarriage of justice has forced him into a seemingly never ending fight against the Consortium of lawyers that are apparently controlling the justice system. He has adapted a secret identity in an attempt to keep his family safe, a character that is feared by both the lawyers involved and the criminals they represent… The Reaper…
American Psycho remains one of the most notorious horror novels ever published. Originally slated for publication by Simon and Schuster, the hardcover edition was cancelled and the novel was published in trade paperback by Vintage. The novel met immediately with attacks and condemnation, but was simultaneously praised by some of the brightest literary lights.
This edition features a fine new introduction by John Langan and a lengthy interview with Bret Easton Ellis. This is the first American hardcover edition of this novel ever published.
Each numbered copy is signed by Bret Easton Ellis, John Langan and Ben Baldwin. The signed edition is limited to 200 copies.
Limited to 200 copies, each signed by Bret Easton Ellis, John Langan, and Ben Baldwin.
Introduction by John Langan.
Full color dustjacket.
A lengthy bonus interview with Bret Easton Ellis.
Head and tail bands, ribbon marker, black Brillianta cloth with image inlay on front board.
FALLING SKIES VOLUME 2 trade paperback. Dark Horse Comics. 136 Pages.
Immediately following the events of TNT’s Falling Skies season 1, the second Mass gets pinned down by alien forces and sustains heavy losses. With an army of skitters closing in, the group shields themselves in an armory in Fitchburg, ready to finish the battle once and for all.
A prequel to Falling Skies season 2.
THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOLUME TWO by Neil Gaiman. Vertigo. Oversized Hardcover.
THE ANNOTATED SANDMAN VOL. 2 collects issues #21-39 of Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN, with annotations by Leslie Klinger (The Annotated Sherlock Holmes, The Annotated Dracula) to all the historical and literary references contained in the series. This edition includes the now legendary SEASON OF MISTS storyline, as well as A GAME OF YOU.
DEATH: THE DELUXE EDITION by Neil Gaiman. Vertigo. Trade Hardcover.
Now in DC’s acclaimed deluxe format, this new hardcover collects all things Death, including DEATH: THE HIGH COST OF LIVING #1-3 DEATH: THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE #1-3 “Death Talks about Life” AIDS pamphlet VERTIGO: WINTER’S EDGE #2 THE SANDMAN: ENDLESS NIGHTS “The Wheel” from the 9-11 tribute book SANDMAN #8 and #20 art from the DEATH GALLERY!
THE SANDMAN 10 VOLUME SLIPCASE SET. Vertigo. 10 trade paperbacks.
This beautiful slipcase set includes all ten individual trade paperback volumes of Neil Gaiman’s seminal, award-winning fantasy series.
This set features the entire New York Times best-selling graphic novel series featuring painstakingly recolored pages for the Absolute Editions, plus box art by Dave McKean.
AMERICAN VAMPIRE VOLUME THREE. Vertigo. Trade Paperback.
Collecting AMERICAN VAMPIRE #12-18 and SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST #1-5!
Pearl’s husband Henry joins a clandestine group on a secret mission to Japan to hunt a new breed of bloodsucker, while Skinner Sweet has plans of his own! And in Europe, Felicia Book and Cash McCogan go behind enemy lines in Romania in search of a rumored vampire cure.
LOCKE & KEY: GRINDHOUSE by Joe Hill. IDW Publishing. Comic One SHot.
THIS is the blood-splashed, bare-knuckled Locke & Key standalone story you’ve been waiting for!
In the glare of a Depression-era summer, three Canuck gangsters pull the heist of their dreams and take off for the perfect hiding spot… an isolated mansion on the tip of Lovecraft Island known locally as Keyhouse.
Locke & Key: Grindhouse includes an expanded “Guide to Keyhouse,” revealing every dark corner and secret room in America’s most frightening mansion!
ANGEL: AFTER THE FALL 4 VOLUME SLIPCASE SET. IDW Publishing. 4 Trade Paperbacks.
Angel: After The Fall was an event Angel fans will never forget, and now they can own TPB volumes 1-4 in this deftly designed slipcase edition!
CRAWL TO ME: EVIL EDGAR EDITION. IDW Publishing. Oversized Hardcover.
The gritty, gut-wrenching tale is re-presented as a deluxe oversize hardcover “Evil Edgar” Edition. Complete with a never-before-seen art gallery by the creator, Alan Robert (of the hard-rock band Life of Agony), an introduction written by the legendary Walter Simonson (The Mighty Thor), and a disturbing painted cover by Menton3 (Monocyte), readers will gain even more insight into the mystery of Crawl to Me’s jaw-dropping twist ending.
HELLRAISER MASTERPIECES VOLUME TWO. BOOM! Studios. Trade Paperback.
Collecting the best of the Epic Comics Hellraiser series, this volume features top-notch talent by the likes of Larry Wachowski (THE MATRIX), Dwayne McDuffie (STATIC SHOCK), Bernie Wrightson (SWAMP THING), Kyle Baker (NAT TURNER), and more! Perfect for any Hellraiser fan’s collection!
CROSSED: WISH YOU WERE HERE. Avatar Press. Trade Paperback, Trade Hardcover, Signed Limited Hardcover.
Crossedcomic.com has been delivering weekly chapters of this blood-stained epic and now the legion of fans can finally buy it in print! Simon Spurrier and Javier Barreno take us on a fresh journey into pain and misery with a new batch of survivors in the brutal Crossed world. This is the story of a writer who witnessed the downfall of London, and now finds himself in the midst of a new community, a new start, on a barren island off the Scottish coast. Pretending, just for a while, that he’s safe, that he’s useful… that he has a future. It won’t last. There’s no sanctuary. No fighting back. No hope. There’s only the Crossed.
JOE GOLEM AND THE DROWNING CITY by Mike Mignola & Christopher Golden. Dark Horse Books. Signed Limited slipcased Hardcover.
After a séance gone horribly wrong, strange men wearing gas masks and rubber suits abduct the aging psychic Orlov the Conjuror, sending his young assistant Molly McHugh racing through the canals of a submerged Manhattan.
As Molly flees her captors through a sunken city full of scavengers, her one hope comes in the form of two strange men: Simon Church, a Victorian-era detective kept alive by clockwork gears and magic, and his assistant, Joe Golem, whose mysterious past is hinted at in dreams of stone and witches.
The deluxe limited-edition collection features multiple illustrations, an exclusive print signed by the writers, and a handsome slipcase. Limited to 1, 000 copies.
Features the previously unpublished in print Joe Golem story “Joe Golem and the Copper Girl.”
“Joe Golem and the Drowning City is a warm, wicked, frantic tale of noble monsters and monstrous men. Not merely weird and not simply gorgeous, this supernatural steampunk fable is intimate and profound. It is dreadful and sublime.” -Cherie Priest (Boneshaker)
ROAD RAGE by Stephen King, Richard Matheson & Joe Hill. IDW Publishing. Trade Hardcover.
Acclaimed novelist/Eisner-winning graphic novelist Joe Hill collaborated with his father, Stephen King, in Throttle, for the first time on a tale that paid tribute to Richard Matheson’s classic tale, Duel. Now, IDW is proud to present comic-book tellings of both stories in Road Rage. Adapted by Chris Ryall with art by Nelson Daniel and Rafa Garres.
Includes new introductions by both Stephen King & Joe Hill.
THE CAPE: 1969 by Joe Hill. IDW Publishing. 4 issue comic series.
It’s 1969 and the war in Vietnam rages on. Captain Chase, a Medevac helicopter pilot for the US Army, is shot down over enemy territory. He and his crew are in a fight for their lives as they play a deadly game of cat and mouse with the Vietcong. We soon learn that machine guns and grenades aren’t the only scary things hiding in the jungle. Find out what happens in this origin prequel to last year’s Eisner Award-nominated hit, with story by Joe Hill and Jason Ciaramella, and art and colors by Nelson Daniel (Road Rage, The Cape). Explore your dark side.
THE LAST ZOMBIE: NEVERLAND by Brian Keene. Antarctic Press. Trade Paperback.
Lost somewhere between Missouri and Iowa, the team carrying the zombie cure soon encounter Neverland, an enclave of children who have survived the zombie apocalypse, apparently without any adult supervision whatsoever. What dark secret do they hold? And will Ian Scott’s own dark secret-a zombie infection barely held at bay-be revealed to all?
Plus be on the lookout in July for a new Crow series written by John Shirley, Mars Attacks, Hellboy, B.P.R.D., Frankenstein by Bernie Wrightson, and a bunch more!
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Autistic Jimmy Kinder used to speak his own brand of Fred Flintstone language, communicate with space aliens, and influence intergalactic politics. Or at least he thought he did. The doctors said it was autism. Eventually Jimmy got better. He grew up. He left home. He was going to have a normal life. But then he found out the doctors didn’t know what they were talking about. Space travel, zombie laborers, interstellar capitalism, Suxi Pirates, Jepps Doll entities, one-eyed monsters and murderous swash-buckling assassins were more than the mere creation of his mind. They were real. They are real. And they have come to get him, because now it’s his turn to save the universe.
This third and final book of the Vampire Outlaw series has been six years in the making. Inspired by the poem I am a cowboy in the boat of Ra by Ishmael Reed, The Loup Garou Kid concludes where Vampire Outlaw began. Either read as a complete set, or stand alone, The Loup Garou Kid is a rare look into the playful creativity that Cemetery Dance Magazine called ‘a real work of literature.’ In the end, it is multiple-award winning author and comic book writer Brian Keene who says, ‘“ Vampire Outlaw of the Milky Way is what would happen if Ray Bradbury and Lin Carter got together to write a space opera. Only Weston Ochse could write something like this. In lesser hands, it would fall apart. Weston is one of the best authors of our generation.’