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10 Horror Comics You Must Read Right Now

Kevin Featured Comics • Oct 13, 2021


We're celebrating Halloween a little early at GlobalComix this week with a list of ten horrifying, horror comics you must read now. From werewolves to swamp creatures to other things that go bump in the night, we’ve got you more than prepared for the spooky season.



After being cast out of Canada, the Laguerre family is trying to build a new life in a "cursed" Louisiana swamp in 1766. They fight to defend their homestead... even if that puts them on a collision course with a creature that dwells in the bayou. From creators Ethan Sacks and Marco Lorenzana, you can experience the story through the eyes of both the human and the monster! Cover by Dan Govar.


Whispers in the Walls

Somewhere in post WWII Central Europe exists an orphanage where children having survived a mysterious, transformative virus are admitted. Czechoslovakia, 1949.  What Evil lurks within the walls of an ancient children's infirmary? After the brutal murder of her parents, Sarah, a young orphan, is about to discover that and much more. Art by Tirso.


Cradle of Filth: Maledictus Athenaeum

In the ruined halls of the Maledictus Athenaeum lie occult histories, sealed records, and cursed artifacts – this unholy archive explores the far corners of Cradle Of Filth’s musical legacy, a vast universe of Ageless Vampires, Mythical Creatures and Vengeful Gods. The Countess, The Huntress, Lilith, The Manticore, and many more, will be revisited in stories from an all-star roster of comics talent from the pages of Heavy Metal Magazine and beyond.


Cult of Dracula

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.



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 it’s too late. 


Vampire Macabre: Halloween Special

Asylum Press brings you a horrific blood-thirsty collection of all-new vampire tales featuring an international cast of artistic talent. Frank Forte and Edu Menna deliver "Blood Wine" where a con artist dealing in bootlegged vintage wine gets his comeuppance from an elder statesman of the sanguine. Can’t get enough horror? You can back their new Halloween Horror Box on Kickstarter right now!


Thousand Faces

A story of atonement set against a backdrop of nightmares and supernatural forces, Thousand Faces follows a 19th Century doctor from London as he sets off slogging across the heated lonely plains of South Dakota. In a brutal land known to be filled with hostile inhabitants, Quinn must find ways to survive with only “two mules, a rifle, and ten bullets.”

Fangs & Foul Play

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.


Some of the greatest horror creators transform the mundane into the macabre, and such is the case with Junji Ito. Readers familiar with the world of manga are already familiar with Ito’s subversive magnum opus Uzumaki, but Ito is renowned for bringing horror to stories like Tomie and Gyo as well. Ito builds worlds that are often paranoid, nihilistic, and cruel-hearted, where terror can take any shape.

Moon Lake

A mysterious portal into the bizarre and demented. Zombie dinosaurs, a mass-murdering high school cheerleader, and an interdimensional sasquatch trying to save his species from extinction. All created by the lunar radiation in the small town of Moon Lake.
That's our list of chilling and spine-tingling comics. Are there any terrifying titles we missed? Let us know on Twitter!