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From John Carpenter, the man who brought you the cult classic horror film Halloween and all of the scares beyond comes 12 more twisted tales of terror, tricks, and treats. In volume 2 of the award-winning graphic novel series, Carpenter brings together another stellar ensemble of storytellers from the worlds of movies, novels and comics for a collection of stories that wil ...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published October 18th 2016 by Storm King Productions
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I think this volume was slightly better than Volume 1, but it also had more stories so maybe that was why. Pretty good collection of short horror stories. The art was good to very good and the stories varied. If you like horror anthology comics you'd probably like this one.
I picked up this incoherent piece of garbage from Comic-Con, and I can't believe John Carpenter put his seal of approval on it, since it's horrendous. Every last story in here is just plain terrible. I can write better than this. In fact, I HAVE written better than this on several occasions. The key problem here is that many of the stories are hard to follow. I've never read a comic before where I genuinely had no idea what was going on from one panel to the next. The stories are simplistic, but ...more
Sandy King was born in Sussex and has lived in Toronto, Madrid, Germany and France. She has written for numerous publications as a freelancer, but Deceit, a light-hearted look at the deceptions in family life, is her first novel. Now living in Oxfordshire with her husband and Caspar the cat, she is devoting her time to her grandchildren and writing fiction.