Horror, Suspense, Romance and Humour on Comics

Tarzan's revenge Frankenstein Meets The (Terrible) Werewolf
Back from the Depths: a memorial site to Scream!, a horror and humorous comics that stopped after only 15 issues before its untimely death in June 84. The stories, artwork and characters are buried deep in the cartoon graveyard but the comic’s cult status ensures it will live forever! (via Bubblegumfink)
Big Little Books. Represented in the exhibit are some of the best known American and British comic book, radio program, movie title, and children’s classics characters from the 1930s and 40s, including Dick Tracy, Buck Rogers, Mickey Mouse, Little Orphan Annie, Louisa M. Alcott’s Little Men, Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, Flash Gordon, The Lone Ranger, The G-Man, Li’l Abner, Little Miss Muffet, Popeye the Sailor, Tarzan, Donald Duck, Gene Autry, Walt Disney’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Wimpy, the hamburger eater.. (via BibliOdyssey)
Cambodian Comics: Cambodia’s arts scene includes a small but diverse comics industry. Tales range from historical drama to slapstick comedy. (via PCL)
Captain Canuck: a homage site to one of the greatest Canadian Super-heroes of all time. The history of the comics, the characters, cover gallery, images and more stuff.
Comic Art Collective – Original comic art from top artists. A gallery with more than forty artists for fans to view and buy original art directly from their favourite alternative comix artists.
Datajunkie is an excellent place to find covers and scanned images of vintage comic books, paperback and pulp books. Check out the last two entries with a common theme: Haunted Romance and My Only Love(s)!.
Dick Briefer: a brief biography of this comic artist and few images of his humorous comics Frankenstein. (via Happy Palace)
Grenada: Comic Book (1984): CIA-produced comic book. Air-dropped over Grenada after the 1983 USA-led invasion of the island. Tells the story the US wanted to be told at the time. (via Cynical-C)
Movie Maniac Comic Books: a gallery with covers of comics adaptations from horror films Child’s Play, Halloween, Jason Goes To Hell, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Hellraiser and Psycho. There are more four images of Psycho on MothComiX.
Stupid Comics. Dave and Shain love to buy old comic books, too. Really stupid old comic books, with stupid covers and even worse interiors. (via Boing Boing)
The Crime in your Coffee posted scanned images of the comics Hammer, House of Horror: Plague of the Zombies, The Fall Guy: Horse Sense and The Fall Guy: Jumping Town. Thanks!
The vampire’s coffin (La Bara Del Vampiro) an Italian photo comic. (via Happy Palace)

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3 Responses to Horror, Suspense, Romance and Humour on Comics

  1. Sebastian says:

    Omy! You are really scraping the goodies of the net.
    Great posting Bibi.
    Now, take it easy, relax, have a drink – then study.

  2. Bibi says:

    Thanks Sebastian, but if I take a drink I won’t study! 😀

  3. amit says:

    Blogin fulltime ??
    Nice Links …..thanks

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