• A slick and sleazy chat show host gets more than he bargained for when he channels an ancient source of evil, unleashing terror and carnage upon the world. 136 pages
     
  • The first trade paperback in this highly praised ongoing comic book series. We've committed to publishing at least six years' worth of these incredible stories. Featuring the first 4 comic issues, the prologue comic strip (as seen in USA Today), plus a new origin story 'The Trouble With Harry.' 128 pages.
  • The second trade paperback in this highly praised comic book series is here. 'Investigating the forgotten corners of our world, one monster at a time.' Gordon Rennie, PJ Holden, Steven Denton and Jim Campbell return to campus with the next instalment of cryptozoological adventure. Sabbaticals picks up after the events of Monsterology 101, with several team members pursuing their own agendas following their near miss with apocalyptic catastrophe in China and the South Pacific. ISBN: 9781987825015 Pages: 128
  • Introducing classic stories from the original masters of horror, including Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart and HP Lovecraft’s The Outsider.
  • A tomb, your dream woman, a ring and portrait are the focal points surrounding the four classic stories from Volume 2 of Doug Bradley’s Spinechillers.
  • Taking you into the realm of greed revenge and grave robbing, Volume 3 presents a plethora of all time greats, with M.R. James, WW Jacobs and Robert Louis Stevenson.
  • Volume 4 is a feast for crows with such tales as Lost Hearts, The Damned Thing, Poe’s poem A Dream Within a Dream and a man’s descent into depraved madness with his Black Cat to keep him company.
  • Ambrose Bierce's The Death of Halpin Frayser kicks off Volume 5, followed by Poe's classic Fall of the House of Usher. Having kicked off the Mummy genre Arthur Conan Doyle’s masterpiece, Lot No. 249, simply speaks for itself. This volume ends with Poe’s heartbreaking poem, For Annie.
  • Dustship Glory

    $9.99$19.99
    176 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    A powerful and visually striking adaptation of the original novel by Andreas Schroeder.
  • 152 pages, Hardcover, beautifully illustrated history book and graphic novel.
    Second printing will ship August 23rd 2019, including exclusive bonus art print to commemorate the end of WW1 and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, June 28th 1919. Presented as a historical scrapbook with beautifully realised, photo-realistic artwork. Framing the history is a graphic novel story about a teenage boy, in Surrey BC, caught up in drug gangs. He rethinks his choices after his 95 year old great grandfather comes to visit the family in Canada. His stories of their past, and seeing him reunited with a Canadian soldier his great grandfather saved during WW2 opens up a different path to live his life. Written by Steven Purewal, illustrated by Christopher Rawlins ISBN: 9781988903477
  • Learn your ABC's with Shea Proulx's freaky-fun take on alternative alphabet books, ABC Monstrosity, sing along with Jacqueline the Singing Crow, take heart from Alice At Naptime, a beautifully illustrated meditation on motherhood , and gather round to hear the tale of the time before the benevolent bears showed humanity how to live in harmony with the world, in When Big Bears Invade. This collection of humorous and heartwarming stories is perfect for families, or the early reader in your life. This bundle includes 4 books: When Big Bears Invade, Jacqueline the Singing Crow, ABC Monstrosity, and Alice At Naptime
  • Frank

    $10.00$25.00
    112 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    A lost love, a murder, and a mountain that walks. A historical mystery set in the tragedy of the Frank Slide, one of Canada’s deadliest natural disasters. Eve Lee is in a self-destructive spiral—her big plans for a new life in Frank have not at all turned out how she had planned. As Eve hits the bottom she’s forced to confront her expectations when her former lover disappears under questionable circumstances. But is there something sinister at play or is she simply being obsessive and self-centred? And will she be able to put her past behind her before she finds herself buried under it? Written and drawn by Ben Rankel.