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Most Popular Last Week: Horror

ArtCrumbs Featured Comics • Jan 17, 2022

Welcome back everyone for a new set of comics! Our Most Popular Last Week series continues with the Horror genre. This week's list happens to contain some fresh kills and some old thrills.

Dig deep into the unknown and enjoy some good scares with this list of Horror!

1. Wolvenheart, 225 pages - Published by Mad Cave Studios, (cc/ @chrisfernandez)

Wolvenheart is an organization dedicated to monitoring anomalies in the space-time continuum. After the group is infiltrated and decimated by a cabal of history's most infamous villains, Sterling Cross, the organization's most prolific monster slayer, winds up trapped in an alternate reality where his only choice is to fight his way through time and change the course of history!

Story and Art by Alejandro Giraldo, Mark London, Miguel Angel Zapata

 


 

2. Out, 64 pages - Published by AWA Studios, (cc/ @WillGraves)

In the waning days of World War Two, with the Allies advancing, a desperate Nazi officer unearths an ancient force of evil that he hopes will turn the tide of battle: a vampire. To test the power of his secret weapon, he unleashes the monster on an unsuspecting group of Allied POWs. It’s up to Nocona, a Comanche language expert, to communicate with the vampire to find out what it really wants.

Story and Art by AWA Studios

 


 

3. Year Zero, 238 pages - Published by AWA Studios, (cc/ @WillGraves)

Ben Percy (Wolverine), Ramon Rosanas (Star Wars: Age of Resistance) & Juan José Ryp (Britannia) present epic tales that offers a global look at the Zombie Apocalypse in Year Zero VolumesOne & Volume Two. Each series features survivors of a horrific global epidemic who must draw upon their unique skills and deepest instincts to navigate a world of shambling dead.

Story and Art by Benjamin Percy, Frank Martin, Juan Jose Ryp, Lee Loughridge, Ramon Rosanas

 


 

4. GATORMAN KILLS, 27 pages - Published by Unearthly Comics, (cc/ @UnearthlyComics)

Con-Air meets The Texas Chainsaw Massacre! Rules are different out in the swamp. A flight transporting an array of dangerous convicts crashes deep into the Florida Everglades. The few surviving criminals stumble upon an old, isolated house and into the waiting jaws of - THE GATORMAN, the next great slasher!

Story and Art by Unearthly Comics

 


 

5. Dotty's Inferno, 81 pages - Published by Heavy Metal, (cc/ @dezi)

As the goggle-eyed philosophical Frenchman once wrote, “Hell is other people.” Meet Dotty. In life she was a call girl. In death she’s been damned to work in Hell’s Inhuman Resources department, New Male Arrivals Division, assigning wayward souls their crummy afterlives. For eternity. All the same, Dotty spends more time away from her desk on odd jobs.

Story and Art by Bob Fingerman

 


 

6. Tortured Life, 165 pages - Published by TPub, (cc/ @stacitpub)

Richard is having a bad year. He’s lost his job, lost his girlfriend, put on weight… and developed the ability to see the deaths of everyone around him. Plagued by horrific premonitions, he decides to end it all, but there are old and powerful forces at work that have their own plans for his brainpower.

Story and Art by TPub