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Tomb of Horror is back with a new forth volume of terrifying tales that guarantee to send shivers down your spine. Volume 4 is our special festive edition which collects a series of stories with a Christmas themed twist in an 80 page graphic novel.  This

Tomb of Horror is back with a new forth volume of terrifying tales that guarantee to send shivers down your spine. Volume 4 is our special festive edition which collects a series of stories with a Christmas themed twist in an 80 page graphic novel.  This is a must have for Horror fans and the perfect Christmas gift. 

The book will be published by Swampline Horror Comics and comes with 2 cover variations.  The Caretaker will make his first cover appearance for the exclusive kickstarter version of this book.

Volume  4 is complete and ready to go to print. We are running the kickstarter to fund the print run, pay creators for their submisssions and to make all the kickstarter rewards and ship the books to backers. Here is a taste of some of what you can expect to see in the book.

Tomb of Horror is back with a new forth volume of terrifying tales that guarantee to send shivers down your spine. Volume 4 is our special festive edition which collects a series of stories with a Christmas themed twist in an 80 page graphic novel.  This is a must have for Horror fans and the perfect Christmas gift. 

The book will be published by Swampline Horror Comics and comes with 2 cover variations.  The Caretaker will make his first cover appearance for the exclusive kickstarter version of this book.

Volume  4 is complete and ready to go to print. We are running the kickstarter to fund the print run, pay creators for their submisssions and to make all the kickstarter rewards and ship the books to backers. Here is a taste of some of what you can expect to see in the book.

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by [[Dan Green

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by Dan Green and Dennis Janke . Editorial credits include Ruben Diaz , Alisande Morales (assistants) and Brian Augustyn . Accompanying the mini-series were four one-shot specials, which featured various DCU characters and expanded upon events taking place within the main series. (See Recommended Reading section)

The Rogues Gallery undertake a strange mission under the urging of Abra Kadabra. Given little explanation, they agree to strike at five specific though seemingly unremarkable locations across the United States. Each attack is committed simultaneously yielding explosive results far beyond their expectations. Each of the Rogues is consumed by raging green fire as their respective target sites go up in flames.

Detective Comics is the title of an American comic book series published by DC Comics . The first volume, published from 1937 to 2011 (and later continued in 2016), is best known for introducing the superhero Batman in Detective Comics #27 ( cover dated May 1939).

A second series of the same title was launched in the fall of 2011 but in 2016 reverted to the original volume numbering. The series is the source of its publishing company's name, and — along with Action Comics , the series that launched with the debut of Superman — one of the medium 's signature series. The series published 881 issues between 1937 and 2011 and is the longest continuously published comic book in the United States. [1] [Note 1]

Originally an anthology comic , in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the " hard-boiled detective " genre, with such stars as Ching Lung (a Fu Manchu -style " yellow peril " villain); Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); and Speed Saunders , among others. Its first editor, Vin Sullivan , also drew the debut issue's cover. The Crimson Avenger debuted in issue #20 (October 1938). [3]

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Tomb of Horror is back with a new forth volume of terrifying tales that guarantee to send shivers down your spine. Volume 4 is our special festive edition which collects a series of stories with a Christmas themed twist in an 80 page graphic novel.  This is a must have for Horror fans and the perfect Christmas gift. 

The book will be published by Swampline Horror Comics and comes with 2 cover variations.  The Caretaker will make his first cover appearance for the exclusive kickstarter version of this book.

Volume  4 is complete and ready to go to print. We are running the kickstarter to fund the print run, pay creators for their submisssions and to make all the kickstarter rewards and ship the books to backers. Here is a taste of some of what you can expect to see in the book.

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by [[Dan Green

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by Dan Green and Dennis Janke . Editorial credits include Ruben Diaz , Alisande Morales (assistants) and Brian Augustyn . Accompanying the mini-series were four one-shot specials, which featured various DCU characters and expanded upon events taking place within the main series. (See Recommended Reading section)

The Rogues Gallery undertake a strange mission under the urging of Abra Kadabra. Given little explanation, they agree to strike at five specific though seemingly unremarkable locations across the United States. Each attack is committed simultaneously yielding explosive results far beyond their expectations. Each of the Rogues is consumed by raging green fire as their respective target sites go up in flames.

Detective Comics is the title of an American comic book series published by DC Comics . The first volume, published from 1937 to 2011 (and later continued in 2016), is best known for introducing the superhero Batman in Detective Comics #27 ( cover dated May 1939).

A second series of the same title was launched in the fall of 2011 but in 2016 reverted to the original volume numbering. The series is the source of its publishing company's name, and — along with Action Comics , the series that launched with the debut of Superman — one of the medium 's signature series. The series published 881 issues between 1937 and 2011 and is the longest continuously published comic book in the United States. [1] [Note 1]

Originally an anthology comic , in the manner of the times, Detective Comics #1 (March 1937) featured stories in the " hard-boiled detective " genre, with such stars as Ching Lung (a Fu Manchu -style " yellow peril " villain); Slam Bradley (created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster before their character Superman saw print two years later); and Speed Saunders , among others. Its first editor, Vin Sullivan , also drew the debut issue's cover. The Crimson Avenger debuted in issue #20 (October 1938). [3]

Tomb of Horror is back with a new forth volume of terrifying tales that guarantee to send shivers down your spine. Volume 4 is our special festive edition which collects a series of stories with a Christmas themed twist in an 80 page graphic novel.  This is a must have for Horror fans and the perfect Christmas gift. 

The book will be published by Swampline Horror Comics and comes with 2 cover variations.  The Caretaker will make his first cover appearance for the exclusive kickstarter version of this book.

Volume  4 is complete and ready to go to print. We are running the kickstarter to fund the print run, pay creators for their submisssions and to make all the kickstarter rewards and ship the books to backers. Here is a taste of some of what you can expect to see in the book.

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by [[Dan Green

Underworld Unleashed was a three issue limited series published on a bi-weekly shipping schedule from November to December of 1995. All three issues were collected as a trade paperback in 1998. The series was written by Mark Waid , with illustrations by Howard Porter , and inked by Dan Green and Dennis Janke . Editorial credits include Ruben Diaz , Alisande Morales (assistants) and Brian Augustyn . Accompanying the mini-series were four one-shot specials, which featured various DCU characters and expanded upon events taking place within the main series. (See Recommended Reading section)

The Rogues Gallery undertake a strange mission under the urging of Abra Kadabra. Given little explanation, they agree to strike at five specific though seemingly unremarkable locations across the United States. Each attack is committed simultaneously yielding explosive results far beyond their expectations. Each of the Rogues is consumed by raging green fire as their respective target sites go up in flames.

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