1. mscorley:

    Today’s the day! My first ever self-published work with my good buddy Orrin Grey. The perfect gift for any discerning individual who likes spooky things this time of year.
    In this 32-page chapbook, you’ll find 13 ominous domiciles, each with a suitably haunted history, including tales of witchcraft, hidden fortunes, accusations of vampirism, demonic portraits, a haunted chair, and several experiments of a “most unusual nature.” Pictures by M. S. Corley, words by Orrin Grey.

    Measuring 5.5” x 8.5”
    Get yours here
    Limited edition of 100, so once they are gone, they’re gone forever!
  2. lesmcclaine:

    This page from my old SLG comic Highway 13 still makes me laugh. This is from issue 9, “El Escarabajo Mortal: Mummy Killer.”

    "Mummies, they’re the terror of the beach!"


  3. "Look young lady, there’s a lot you have to learn about many things besides brain waves. Strange and terrible things."
    — Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)

  4. "In my business you meet so many interesting people, but the most interesting ones are the monsters."
    — Bugs Bunny, “Water, Water Every Hare" (1952)
  5. May have just jumped to the top of my “lost movies that I need to see right away” list.

    Description from King Kong: The History of a Movie Icon from Fay Wray to Peter Jackson by Ray Morton


  6. "Never trust anybody who reads weird books."
    — "Folie a Deux," Ross E. Lockhart

  7. "My kind of horror is not horror anymore.
    No one’s afraid of a painted monster."
    — Targets (1968), screenplay by Peter Bogdanovich
  8. A French edition of Malpertuis by Jean Ray. I love this cover!



  10. "To Heaven or to Hell, to the grave or to the stars…"
    — Gothic (1986), screenplay by Stephen Volk
  11. 31 Days of Hellboy: David Petersen

    (Source: multiversitycomics.com)

  12. An illustration from The Sociable Ghost by Olive Harper (1903)

    (Source: danskjavlarna, via batorchardtoo)

  13. Lately I’ve gotten kind of addicted to these guys. I’ve got all of them that I want except for Ash and NES Jason. Sam is still my favorite.

    (Source: rogerbarr)