In the Dark: A Horror Anthology

Rachel Deering George Sturt Justin Jordan Cullen Bunn Paul Tobin Duane Swierczynski F. Paul Wilson Tim Seeley

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In the Dark: A Horror Anthology

In the Dark A Horror Anthology In The Dark is a monstrous collection of all new original terror tales from the darkest and most brilliant minds in comics and prose Featuring an introduction by American Vampire The Wake and Sever

  • Title: In the Dark: A Horror Anthology
  • Author: Rachel Deering George Sturt Justin Jordan Cullen Bunn Paul Tobin Duane Swierczynski F. Paul Wilson Tim Seeley
  • ISBN: 9781613779347
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In The Dark is a monstrous collection of all new, original terror tales from the darkest and most brilliant minds in comics and prose Featuring an introduction by American Vampire, The Wake, and Severed scribe, Scott Snyder, and a frightful feature on the history of horror comics, through their rotten rise and dreadful decline, by comic book historian, Mike Howlett

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    1. Paul on said:

      Big beautiful book full of quick shockers. And the history of horror comics piece at the end is almost worth the price of admission alone.

    2. Kaisersoze on said:

      As a backer of this anthology collection on Kickstarter, I may well be biased, but this is a generally excellent collection of 24 short horror stories told by a mixture of familiar and new names in the horror comics field, separated by dated adverts that evoke feelings of yesteryear when comics like Tales from the Crypt and The Haunt of Fear graced shelves. In a tome this large - that features opening and closing essays talking about horror and its development through comics over the decades - t [...]

    3. Sean on said:

      Wow. This is a quality anthology. I'm putting this in my top ten of the year I think.

    4. Quentin Wallace on said:

      This was a great horror graphic novel anthology. All of the great tropes are here: ghosts, vampires, werewolves, psychos, etc. but with a new twist in most cases. The art is great too. The stories were overall of better quality than most collections of this nature. There is also a great article on horror comics as well. I highly recommend this to horror comic fans.

    5. Jonathan Echevarria on said:

      In the Dark: A Horror Anthology is a impressive collection of various short fiction illustrated by some of the most talented artists the comic book industry has to offer. I felt these illustrators really captured the essence of the majority of these pieces. My personal favorite was The Lost Valley Of The Dead written by Brian Keene and art provided by Tadd Galusha. The original short was included as a add on in An Occurrence in Crazy Bear Valley, however it did appear in a lot of other collectio [...]

    6. Doug on said:

      The first thing I noticed upon receiving this (note: I was a Kickstarter backer and got the hardcover due to my pledge level, which was basically the cost of the hardcover. I had the PDF for a bit, but had not read it) was the size and heft of it. Even for your average 336 page graphic novel, this is weighty. Much closer to solid shape of the various "Ultimate" style sets. Flipping through, it contains dozens of short (a few pages, I would guess 6-8 pages on average, but that's a guess) horror c [...]

    7. Emily on said:

      All graphic novels should be this size. At least all graphic novels with gorgeous art like this one has should be this size. It might be a little unwieldy to handle, but it's worth it. The stories were very short, a lot of times I thought they were too short, but most of them were pretty good. But it was the art that really made this special. The pictures aren't always pretty, but the artists who contributed to this collection are clearly some of the best in horror. There's an interesting piece [...]

    8. Paul Mirek on said:

      I backed this collection on Kickstarter, which probably means I'm reading it before you. In that case, I have a simple piece of advice: head here (or your local comic shop) and order it today. Horror comics are a tough sell since their power often rests in their finiteness (a point brought up by Mike Howlett in his closing essay) but Rachel Deering has assembled an all-star lineup of creators and tales that are worth revisiting again and again. Just about every horror trope is featured, either p [...]

    9. Bonnie on said:

      Now that summer is upon us and the heat is coming in waves, I'm in the mood for something to give me some chills. This appealed to me because I like my horror short. I want spooky but I don't want to get too attached to my doomed characters. I've currently been listening to the No Sleep Podcast and, much like the tales in this anthology, some are hits and some are misses.Overall, I liked the different aspects of horror contained within, from zombies to ghosties tolost world-esquezombie dinos? Li [...]

    10. P. on said:

      I bought this thinking it was another recent horror comic collection, but kept it because it looked interesting. There are many hooks in these stories, but I think it would be more memorable if less people had been included and the volume developed longer, stronger stories. it's hard to be horrifying in 3-7 pages, especially in the graphic format. so a lot of the time the stories would consist of a cool conceit with nothing to tether it to the reader. maybe the writers/artists will develop more [...]

    11. John on said:

      What a fun read. In the Dark reminded me of the old EC horror comics with a dash of Twilight Zone/Outer Limits thrown in. If you dig Creepshow or Tales from the Crypt this is a must read.

    12. Gayle Francis Moffet on said:

      Anthologies are like going to a party where you don't know anyone. If you're incredibly lucky, you like almost everyone. If you're incredibly unlucky, no one strikes your interest. I'd put In the Dark somewhere middling. There were some very strong, interesting stories. There were a handful of stories that I felt were more pitches than standalones, and then there were some that felt like three dudes at a bar were making bets on which one could out-bro the others. It's a library pick, I'd say. No [...]

    13. Jesse on said:

      I discovered this anthology at Baltimore Comic Con. It was one of the first things I saw and I hesitated to buy it since it was $50 but I knew pretty quickly that I had to come back to it. It's gorgeous with a ribbon to mark your place and a lovely smooth texture. People greatly under appreciate the sensory experience of physical books.My favorite stories were The Unseen, Famine's Shadow, All Things through Me, When the Rain Comes, In Plain Sight, Not All There, Shadows, Doc Johnson, Lost Valley [...]

    14. Matt Graupman on said:

      This collection of short horror comics is a surprisingly tame (though enjoyable) affair, punctuated by a handful of really excellent pieces. The creators included in this anthology have an obvious love of the genre and, despite the underwhelming stories, it's a pleasure to flip through the book and marvel at some the the truly beautiful and gruesome art work. This is a definite must-read for horror comic fans but I doubt it will convert many novices.FAVORITES:"Final Meal" - A disturbing tale abo [...]

    15. Bart Hill on said:

      An interesting collection of short horror tales with lots of really good illustrations. However, several tales ended in a "what was that about" moment. I think there are 24 stories in this volume. I felt that many of them could have been fleshed out more in order to make the story more satisfying to the reader. However, what really saves this book is the gallery near the end, as well as the historical overview of horror comics.Hopefully, Ms Deering will produce a volume 2 (since this volume is i [...]

    16. Matthew Brady on said:

      Yes, anthologies are never completely great, but this one was particularly disappointing, featuring a bunch of not-very-scary stories about vampires, werewolves, and ghosts, without much in the way of innovation or atmosphere. I can only think of two that I found striking: a strange piece about a guy obsessed with food derived from cruelty that was illustrated by Zack Soto, and an interesting story about a ghost that can be seen on a New York street corner that was written by Paul Tobin. The res [...]

    17. Phil Gonzales on said:

      A strong collection of original horror stories, "In the Dark" manages to capture the spirit of classic EC-type comics without aping their style. The closing essay by Mike Howlett pushes this collection into essential reading territory. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for fans of the genre.

    18. Andrew on said:

      Great for coffee tables everywhere! Overall, this collection was right on the money and I liked the mock advertisements between each story. Even the stories that didn't wow me were still fun and creepy. Good job, IDW and Behemoth Press. Keep the thrills coming.

    19. Noigeloverlord on said:

      Possibly the best Horror comic collection. Great stories by great writers. Great art by great artist. Great throwback ads to the ads we use to read as kids. The Art Gallery in the back is worth the price alone.

    20. Sam Wicked on said:

      I was disappointed with this collection. I'm a huge fan of short horror stories but this collection doesn't work. The stories are lame, uneventful & just empty of any heart or soul in every way, with the exception of two maybe three stories (Girl On The Corner).

    21. Christopher on said:

      This was a fantastic anthology of really well written horror comics with beautiful artwork. I contributed to the Kickstarter campaign & read my digital copy. However, I cannot wait for my signed hardcover edition to arrive in the mail!

    22. Rod Brown on said:

      For a horror anthology, there was a definite lack of scariness. There were a few clever ideas, but most of the stories were pretty thin, bland or forgettable, hoping, I think, to be carried by the gore, grossness or shock of the artwork. Yawn.

    23. Ralph Carlson on said:

      A great collection of all new horror comics and an information filled afterward about the history of horror comics.

    24. Tom on said:

      So many fantastic stories in this book. If you like horror comics you should read this now!

    25. John on said:

      There are a handful of excellent tales in this massive tome, but most of the rest are cliches, anecdotes or instantly forgettable pastiches. There's little to recommend here.

    26. Corinna Bechko on said:

      Huge, stylish, horrific, and beautiful. Nothing I like better than a good horror anthology, and this one delivers.

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