I read Mark Justice’s first Dead Sheriff (Zombie Damnation) novel for review back in 2014 with a bit of trepidation at first due to my not being a big fan of westerns. As it turned out, Mark’s imagination and gifted storytelling ability swiftly won me over. It was so chock-full of thrilling, comic book-style, weird […]Read More THE DEAD SHERIFF VOL. 2 CANNIBALS AND BLOODSUCKERS REVIEW
Mark Justice has been often featured here at Horror Delve over the years, and for good reason. He did a lot of great things during his too short life. He (along with David T. Wilbanks during its early years) hosted the marvelous Pod of Horror podcast. Filled with interviews of promenant horror writers and book […]Read More MARK JUSTICE’S THE DEAD SHERIFF: ZOMBIE DAMNATION RERELEASE
With Halloween just days away, it’s time to close the voting for Horror Delve’s Scariest Obscure Supervillain Poll. My own choice would have been for Belarac Marcosa from the classic Werewolf By Night run. I was also a big fan of The Dweller-In-Darkness manipulating his Fear Lords agains Doctor Strange. Rom the Spaceknight’s encounter against […]Read More THE SCARIEST OBSCURE MARVEL SUPER VILLAIN POLL RESULTS
For this poll, I’m looking for the scariest, horror-themed, obscure Marvel super villain. I know Galactus and Thanos would certainly be terrifying to encounter, but I’m looking for ones who fit solidly in a horror setting by either their look, origin or power. I’ve also left out the very well known villains such as Dracula, […]Read More Who’s The Scariest, Obscure Marvel Comic Book Villain?
I picked up a copy of the Harrow County: Countless Haints trade paperback (2015) published by Dark Horse the other day after writer Cullen Bunn made an appearance at a local comic book store (Downtown Comics). Upon discovering a spooky forest plays an integral part in the story, and that it contained a variety of […]Read More HARROW COUNTY: COUNTLESS HAINTS REVIEW
As most of you know, I’m a huge comic book fan. Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, I loved Mark Gruenwald’s epic run on Captain America, John Byrne’s time on both Fantastic Four and Alpha Flight, Roger Stern with The Avengers and Chris Claremont on The X-Men. Comic books brought me endless hours of […]Read More GUARDIANS OF THE BLUE COMIC BOOK INTERVIEW
As a child, I was a huge G.I. Joe fan. I collected the action figures, watched the cartoons and read the comics (which were excellent, by the way). As with most properties, I tend to find myself drawn to the villains more often than the heroes. So, I’d be interested in which of the bad […]Read More CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE COBRA AGENT