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May Feature #6: Friday Frights

Kevin Featured Comics • May 21, 2021

 

Hopefully we've all had a few laughs this week, but I'm sure everyone is ready for the weekend. Let's start it off with a handful of spooky stories that are sure to chill and delight you. Today's feature has everything from Frankenstein's monsters (and robots!), to a little girl that has returned from the grave to get revenge on those that harm children.

Let us know your favorites in the comments!

 


 

1. Monstrous, 405 pages - Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

In Frankenstein's Europe, ravaged by the battles between monsters and steam-powered robots, Doctor Frankenstein has been found dead, and all evidence points to Hans as the cause. While Hans is on the run, looking for a way to clear his name, Ilsa and Gruber have become crewmates on a monster pirate ship. And they're not exactly making friends...

Story and Art by Greg Wright, Joshua Werner, Ken Lamug, Travis McIntire

 


 

2. Little Sally, 87 pages - Published by Little Sally Comics, (cc/ @LittleSallyComics)

Little Sally is the story of a little girl named Sally that comes back from the grave and with the help of her friends Ted and Uni together they take out those that harm children. Get ready for a fun bloody time.

Story and Art by Little Sally Comics

 


 

3. Black River Falls, 37 pages - Published by Atrophy Comics Studio, (cc/ @TTomblin)

Welcome to Black River Falls! Follow the newly elected sheriff as he discovers that his new job may be Hell on earth...literally.

Story and Art by Atrophy Comics Studio

 


 

4. Gallows Men, 68 pages - Published by Omen Comics, (cc/ @Omenverse)

They say that just one bad day can break a person's mind. Well Patrick O'Leary's life has been a series of such moments and it has turned him into a psychopathic killer. But can this murderer's need for death be harnessed and pointed in the right direction? Meanwhile the Gallows Men (the enforcement agents of the Court of the Black Hood) investigate corporate crimes and secret societies.

Story and Art by Omen Comics

 


 

5. Grendel, KY, 92 pages - Published by AWA Studios, (cc/ @WillGraves)

For two generations, the rural hill town of Grendel, Kentucky has honored its Faustian bargain with the monster living in its abandoned coal mine: a human sacrifice every season in return for agrarian prosperity the likes of which this rocky region had never before seen (including its greatest cash crop: the dankest weed in the land).

Story and Art by Jeff McComsey, John Workman, Tommy Lee Edwards