SCREAM horror magazine issue 36 is now on sale!
It’s been a while since I reviewed comics with any regularity, but this year I agreed to return to SCREAM: The Horror Magazine to write a bimonthly column about horror comics. The first column in this new run is now on sale in the digital version of SCREAM #36, with the physical version on sale next week.
The first column, which focuses on new and emerging British horror comic creators, features Adam Cadwell’s Blood Blokes, Gem Sheldrake’s The Moving House, Andy Bloor’s Andy-Thology, John Lees and Iain Laurie’s And Then Emily Was Gone…, James McCulloch and Janine Van Moosel’s City of Lost Souls, John-Paul Bove and Conor Boyle’s UnEarth, Owen Johnson and John Pearson’s Beast Wagon, Mike Garley and Josh Sherwell’s The Kill Screen and anthology titles such as The Grime and Horrere. There are some truly outstanding comics in that crop so I hope you’ll take time to check them out.