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Keeping It Ghastly: The Drifting Classroom Vol 1 & 2

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! What time is it? Kazuo Umezu time! From […]

Keeping It Ghastly: Biomega Vol 1

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! 2016 is turning out to be a Sci-fi […]

Keeping It Ghastly: Hino Horror Vol 2: The Bug Boy

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! From an initial reading there isn’t anything particularly […]

Keeping It Ghastly: Parasyte Vol 1

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! It does my little shriveled heart good to […]

Keeping It Ghastly: Another

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! Welcome to 2016! In the last week Iran […]

Peace, Love, Superpowers.

The sixties was a decade of change, in some ways more obvious than others. One of those less obvious changes that you might not be familiar with is the emergence of super powers. Or, at least that is one of the many changes going on in the world Banning James, our young, shy and naive […]

Keeping It Ghastly: Mantis Woman

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! In today’s search for the bizarre and obscure […]

Keeping it Ghastly: Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service Omnibus vol 1

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! Very few manga have the staying power to […]

Keeping it Ghastly: Searching for Japanese Horror in America

“Keeping It Ghastly” is a bi weekly article on Japanese horror comics which have English print editions. Some are from famous authors, others are from unknowns and underground artist circles. Either way, it’s going to be to a terrifying/awesome ride to keep horror manga on our bookshelves! Before Rokudenashiko got in trouble with the police, […]

Stop, Hammer Time.

Jack Hammer is the latest in a slew of excellent comics coming from the team at Action Lab.  Like the other titles from Action Lab, Jack Hammer boasts an impressive combination of art and story telling.  Unlike the other titles, Jack Hammer takes on a genre that the team has not explored yet to my […]

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