Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Poetry Comix by Ryan Valentine (2020, SPP)

with Sandra Hayes


Collected in this first volume are over 50 classic poems by some of the greatest authors in history, from Yamazki Sokan to Emily Dickinson. These classics breathe new life as in this unique comic book as adapted by Ryan M. Valentine! Your favorite poems are in a whole new, dynamic format! Featuring Gelett Burgess, Irving Berlin, Takarai Kikaku, Homer, Julia Ward Howe, Clark Ashton Smith, Edgar Allan Poe, Li He, Ben Johnson, Francis Scott Key, Thomas Dekker, Robert Frost, Countee Cullen, Yosa Buson, Luo Binwang, Lord Byron, Claude McKay and more!

Monday, February 24, 2020

Tranquility (2020, SPP)

with Frank Byrns
Illustrated by Kurt Belcher
Cover by Sean Seal


Tranquility is a small town in the Pacific Northwest. Sleepy. Back water. Americana. It is also a sasquatch hunting hotspot. Things turn deadly for a group of local youths as the investigate violent maulings in rhe area. Has the reclusive bigfoot had enough or is it something even more dangerous? The sleepy town becomes a hunting ground as the danger mounts! From the creators of Rottentail.

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Final Bloody War of Colton Myers (2020, SPP)

with Christopher Smith & Brian Skiba
Illustrated by Lynsey Hutchinson


After the horrors of the Civil War and a childhood steeped in violence and revenge, Colton Myers attempts to try and settle with what remains of his brother's family and do right by them, whatever God was left to Colt and the people that survived his violent past. When a roving band of depraved villains shatter that dream, Colton Myers has to strap the six-shooters back on and rescue his niece from a Japanese mystic trading in slaves. The only way to to do that, though, is to go through the worst human beings ever to gather in one spot in a gory free-for-all battle with only a single winner. This winner will need to be a human killing machine. Looks like there really is only one man for the job. 81-page, full color original graphic novel.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

S.O.V. The True Independents (2018)

as Himself

Visit S.O.V. Horror!

S.O.V. The True Independents, shot on glorious VHS itself, tells the story of those hard-working individuals who slaved over their camcorders day and night to come out of the jungle with a finished film in their hands. It is the ultimate treat for any fan of this shunned and misunderstood, niche sub-genre of horror, with behind the scenes anecdotes and post-production tales straight from the filmmakers themselves.

Friday, February 7, 2020

Cherub Illustrated (2020, Source Point Press)

Illustrated by Sean Seal


Just in time for Valentine's Day.

He wasn't like the other boys. Too rough. Even on the day he came out of Momma's belly. When Momma died, though, they sent him away to a terrible place. A doctor place... but the people there didn't act like doctors. They called him Cherub and they made him do awful things. Wet things. Hurty things. Until he met his angel, that is. She made it better and the pain went away. For awhile. Nothing lasts forever except a mother's love.

"David C. Hayes is back with Cherub. If you are familiar with his previous work, you know what you're in for. If not, then get ready for a ride through the absolute worst in human nature. Hayes has the unique ability to convey the most sickening acts in a way that will have you laughing between retches. Once the book closes, you'll need to shower and after that you'll wonder what it says about you that Hayes managed to touch so deep and dark. You will be affected." - CinemaHeadCheese.com.

Rottentail Variant Cover Gallery (2019)

The Rejected: Dead Girl Variant Gallery (2019)

Rottentail & Twiztid Blu-ray Variant!

Frostbite - February 2020

The Frostbite comic strip begins with a little offering from myself and Sean Seal!

The Vessel by Peggy Christie (2017, SPP)



Nora is an average woman in an average job with an average life. She senses that she is destined for more. Nora has no idea how right she is.

A group of rogue Chinese vampires target Nora who, according to a centuries old myth, is the embodiment of the collective energies of all the souls that have ever or will ever exist. For the vampire who can possess her life force that is infinite power. For Nora? Death. For the world? Oblivion.

Nora is forced to trust another sect of these vampires in order to stop the evil that will destroy all life as we know it.

oddities by David J. Fielding (2018, SPP)



Welcome to three stories of the strange and macabre from the mind of David J. Fielding! Inside you'll find Willy Conklin's Last Snipe, and discover what terrible fate befalls a group of bullies who take things one step too far; in Bad Animals, you'll read how an estranged brother's disappearance leads one man to confront not only the demons of his past but some very hungry ones in his present - and finally Buddy Holly and the Cold, Cold Ground where you'll come to understand that ghosts are real - as are the things that hunt them. So sit back, crack open the covers and settle in for a trio of strange and eerie stories.

Urbane Decay by Michael Cieslak (2018, SPP)



In this short story collection you will encounter things that go bump in the night. Things that shamble in the darkness. Things that are nigh... unmentionable. This is Michael Cieslak, though, so even if you've experienced terror before, it never had this kind of sophistication. Only the most refined and polished fear can be found here. It is, truly, an Urbane Decay.

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

The Profane (2019, SPP)



Vincenzo Bilof invites you to enter a world of nightmares. Faith has power. It is brandished like a weapon by priests, whose sole mission is to ensure that paradise touches each corner of the Earth. Paradise, however, is an abyss, and those priests serve the ultimate evil. To spread their unholy cause, angelic hosts are exorcised from innocent victims, though there is one young woman - Lana - who has been trained to bring the demonic institution crashing down once and for all. Hell, it turns out, is dark. And cold.

The Perverse. The Pious. The Profane.

The Runner by Eastin DeVerna (2019, SPP)



Saria had never seen the sun, never felt its warmth on her face. What she did feel was the sting of longing for her missing father. He had been sent as a runner to reach the Oracle and he never came home. Now, Saria has inherited her father’s duty. She must go out into the dangerous wastelands and succeed where he had failed… or else everyone she knows will die. From Eastin DeVerna, the creator of Samurai Grandpa comes... The Runner.

MurderCon by Maureen Orkwis (2019, SPP)



Cosplayers Bethany and Meredith have been going to comic conventions for years so they know what to expect when they go for a four-day event to Orlando. At least they thought they knew. Sgt. Vadam Nore had never heard of a comic book convention until he was called to the scene of a murder at one. With zealous fans running around in costume, and two particular girls getting in the way, this case might just be the weirdest and hardest of his career. The con scene is dangerous. Especially when it is a MurderCon!

Monday, February 3, 2020

House of the Goat by A.P. Sessler (2019, SPP)



They were only following their average male instincts (and girls) when they wound up in the dusty parking lot, but the four young men find themselves guests at the mythical Casa del Cabro.
When cult leader Anthony Aquarius makes an appearance, though, the boys are in for more than turndown service and wake-up calls.

Rituals.  Sacrifice.  Incarnation.
The hallmarks of Satanic Panic.
Master.  Dogma.  Followers.
The perfect recipe for a cult.
Sex.  Blood.  Magic.

Power comes in threes... as does terror, in the House of the Goat.

Sunday, February 2, 2020

The Unjust (2010)

as Gray


They were once a close group of Special Forces operatives who worked together behind enemy lines in the Gulf War, Somalia, Bosnia and flash points across the globe. They were sent as the remedy to War Lords, thugs and others who threaten to break a fragile peace and stability. Their missions were justifiable, remove one to save thousands. Their military careers now over, the Operators find themselves with skills that no longer have any value. Their new civilian world is full of hypocrites, liars and cowards, they are foreigners in place were justice is purchased and the guilty go free. The Unjust are troubled men full of rage. They are angry at their country for using them, angry that they risked their lives and lost honorable men to protect a society full of weak, thankless parasites. Their anger is used by one man to consolidate his empire; this fury is then used against them to eliminate each other.

We aren't sure what any of that means, but that is the show synopsis. David was in two episodes.

Son of the Saw (2018)

as Radio Preacher

'Son of the Saw' is a horror fan film, written from a story idea by Eric Xton and Christoph Murdock with screenplay by Mike Ransburg. Directed by Mike Ransburg and Eric Xton.


Saturday, February 1, 2020

XJAM Noche de Luchadores 2007

as Joe Broni

One of the only surviving Joe Broni matches (of the few that ever happened). See him lose not once, not twice but THREE times and be awarded the Lombardi International Championship... for losing. The only way to get rid of the belt is to win, and Broni retired with it. Yeesh.

A Fistful of Dead Folk (2020, Abnormal Ent)

with Peggy Christie

Buy It Here!

Devil's Gulch is besieged by the walking dead! It is the late 1800s and the small Arizona town is ill-equipped for this type of onslaught. An unlikely group of heroes band together to survive: the town Madame, the mayor, the pastor and a snake oil salesman take on hordes of shambling corpses. Written by Peggy Christie and David C. Hayes, the book is richly illustrated by Don England, Joshua Werner and many more.

The Middle - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

as The Fat Guy

Damage - Fit for Rivals (2009)

as The Intern

Voices of the Dead - Calabrese (2007)

as Tor Johnson

The Sonnet Project NYC - Sonnet 99 Detroit (2017)


Starring Joshua Werner.
Shot and edited by Tyler DePerro

The forward violet thus did I chide:
Sweet thief, whence didst thou steal thy sweet that smells,
If not from my love’s breath? The purple pride
Which on thy soft cheek for complexion dwells
In my love’s veins thou hast too grossly dy’d.
The lily I condemned for thy hand,
And buds of marjoram had stol’n thy hair;
The roses fearfully on thorns did stand,
One blushing shame, another white despair;
A third, nor red nor white, had stol’n of both,
And to his robbery had annexed thy breath;
But, for his theft, in pride of all his growth
A vengeful canker eat him up to death.
More flowers I noted, yet I none could see,
But sweet, or colour it had stol’n from thee.

Holland Files, Volume One (2018, Roots Swamp Thing)

"Customizing Swamp Thing Mego"


Holland Files is an annual international Swamp Thing fanzine featuring articles, interviews and illustrations. Swamp Thing fans from around the world have come together to share their love for the muck-encrusted mockery of a man. The book acts as a way to carry on Swamp Thing’s legacy as well as a thank you to all those who have shared in the joy and excitement that the character has inspired. The character’s forty-eight year history has been crafted by renowned artists and writers. A number of those greats contribute to the book.

Dead Quiet (20XX)

as Mr. Pearson


Nick and his girlfriend have to spend a night in their newly inherited abandoned building downtown, to disprove the stories of it being haunted to an interested buyer.

Chances are this never sees the light of day... but will update here if it ever does!

Another Plan from Outer Space (2019)

Executive Producer
as Announcer


Five Astronauts. One Goal. Stay Alive. Five astronauts who return from a long deep space mission to Mars, crash land their space shuttle, Genesis One, on Earth. The crew of Genesis One soon find out their hope for a rescue quickly turns into a fight for survival.

A Time for Violence (2019, Close to the Bone)

"Epiphany in the Third"


"If you enjoy short, gritty crime fiction, you need to check out this anthology!" — Debbi Mack, The Crime Cafe.

Joe R. Lansdale
David C. Hayes
Richard Chizmar
Richard Christian Matheson
Max Allan Collins
John A. Russo
Stewart O'Nan, and more…

Throughout the years countless wordsmiths have produced their own story collections, but the book you are now holding is a love letter to the great anthologies of yesteryear, assembling stories by a variety of talents, packaged neatly and often connected by a singular theme.