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Take a walk in the garden of unearthly delights with KAGEMONO: FLOWERS AND SKULLS. 22 hideous new horror stories from Australia and around the world. Contents: Absolution (w) David Scherwood, (a) Jan Scherpenhuizen. 8pp. Bittersweet Dreams (w) Gerard Dwyer, (a) Brendan Halyday 6pp. Daddy's Girl (w) Russell Lissau, (a) mpMann. 6pp. Defense Mechanism (w) Steve Horton, (a) Sa ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 140 pages
Published February 18th 2011 by Blackglass Press (first published December 12th 2010)
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Aubrey Hansen
Feb 17, 2015 Aubrey Hansen rated it really liked it
I bought this anthology from Russell Lissau himself at a convention, along with another comic one-shot of his. So, naturally, I've got both signed! Yay!

Being an anthology, there's a wide range of styles and subjects. There are a couple of really impacting stories and a couple of just "interesting" ones. I bought it mainly because I like zombie stories, but there's also a great deal of generic horror in here, mainly psychological thriller genre. Although the stories vary in intensity, as a whole
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Jason Franks is the author of the graphic novels THE SIXSMITHS and McBLACK, as well as numerous short stories in comics and prose. Primarily an author of fiction, he has also dabbled in biography, autobiography and travel writing.

Franks' first novel, BLOODY WATERS, was published in 2012 by Possible Press.

Born in South Africa, Franks grew up in Melbourne, Australia. He lived in the United States f
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