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August Feature #4: Friday Frights

Kevin Featured Comics • Aug 20, 2021

 

For August's fourth feature, we wanted to focus on some of the spookier comics available to read. We've picked out five great horror series from individual creators and publishers that we haven't featured in the past, just in time for a frighteningly fantastic Friday.

Share your favorite Friday Frights in the comments, and don't forget to hit the like button on any of the comics in this list that you enjoy. That will allow you to get updates on new releases for that series!

 


 

Fangs & Foul Play, 14 pages - Published by Headless Gnomes, (cc/ @headlessgnomes)

Richard Bluth, a deserted colonel who left due to his conscience, stumbles upon an abandoned house, finding himself a new town, Bludville. Weary and tired after his long escape, he doesn’t realize he’s about to trade one evil master for another when Fang, a vampiric cat, enthralls him and forces Richard to find him victims. Follow Richard’s plight as he tries to escape Fang’s thrall.

Story and Art by Headless Gnomes

 


 

Savage Circus, 124 pages - Published by Heavy Metal, (cc/ @dezi)

A gang of criminals descending into the town of Basin Bay on Christmas Eve. They pull off the perfect heist and are high tailing it out of there when they collide with a runaway train! The train cars scatter, blocking the only way in or out of town. What is worse? The train was a circus car, but not just any circus, it was the SAVAGE CIRCUS, a collection of Earth's deadliest man-killers. Each...

Story and Art by Alejandro Barrionuevo, Brendan Columbus, Candice Han

 


 

Cult of Dracula, 135 pages - Published by Source Point Press, (cc/ @TravisM)

Special Agent Malcom Bram arrives at the House of the Rising Sun. This secluded compound is the home of the secretive Ordo Dracul and the scene of a horrendous crime coined, "The Cult of Dracula Mass Suicides." Mina Murray leads a documentary film crew to uncover the secrets of the mysterious cult by interviewing its enigmatic leader, Robert Renfield.

Story and Art by Source Point Press

 


 

Adaptid, 38 pages - Published by Ruddy Wolf Comics, (cc/ @AJMarsh)

A sci-fi horror comic that takes inspiration from classic 80's horror films such as The Blob, The Thing, and Evil Dead.

Story and Art by Ruddy Wolf Comics

 


 

Teether, 144 pages - Published by Antarctic Press, (cc/ @JDunn)

Dillon Brown thinks he's made a friend with new transfer student Lilly Quist. But when the grisly remains of local kids appear, he starts to suspect the new girl has something to do with it. Soon Dillon realizes that an ancient, endless hunger has come to Carol Hill, Indiana in the form of a 10-year-old girl. He and his classmates now have to stop Lilly's vicious, gore-drenched feast before...

Story and Art by David Hutchison