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  • Look Straight Ahead

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    256 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    Jeremy Knowles is a 17-year-old outcast who dreams of being a great artist. But when he suffers a severe mental breakdown brought on by bullying and other pressures at school, his future is called into question — as is his very existence! Can he survive the experience through the healing power of art? And just what does it mean to be "crazy," anyway?
  • King Warrior

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    AVAILABLE NOW A story spanning the globe both imaginary and real, King Warrior celebrates the turbulent glory of childhood while encouraging the reader to reconnect with that rich inner palace of youthful imagination that ultimately holds the key to our freedom. Living in different worlds and separated by an ocean, a father and son try to stay connected through the power of imagination as their distanced lives pull them further apart.
  • A story that will help anyone who has ever been told they couldn't do something, to stand firm against their critics. 48 pages
  • Hell’s Flaw

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    AVAILABLE NOW In the new book in the acclaimed Shame series, Hope has to deal with the corruption of a trusted friend and ally, whilst also fighting her way through the horrific monsters that bar her way back to Cradle. Her innocence and resolve is put to the test as she faces the fury of Shame’s evil acolytes. Book 5 in the successful and acclaimed Shame series following the ultimate story of mother-daughter conflict.
  • AVAILABLE NOW You know their name, you know their music, but do you know their story? Everyone’s favourite blood spewing alien band return to comics in an all new 96 page graphic novel.
  • Henry Snorewell, a typical twelve-year-old is stuck at his Granny's in rain-drenched Wales for an entire weekend. His nightmare continues when Granny's TV breaks down. Henry's quest to fix it leads him to discover strange lands and creatures in Granny's attic.
  • ALBERTA PUBLISHING AWARDS BEST SPECULATIVE FICTION AND GRAPHIC NOVEL SHORTLIST 2021 What haunts our hearts today may haunt us in the hereafter . . . With stories spanning time, galaxies, and spirits, Gothic Tales of Haunted Futures features 17 original stories, casting the indelible themes of gothic romance forward in time, to imagined futures and tomorrow’s afterlives. Edited by S.M Beiko, cover art by Sweeney Boo AVAILABLE NOW
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  • Genghis Con

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    Genghis Con is the story of guilt-ridden grifter, Alexis, who seeks redemption for herself and justice for her sister, Abigail, by taking part in a win or die rally race from England into the mountains of Mongolia. Along the way, she must team up with her erstwhile lover and fend off attacks from parties unknown, including one particularly ruthless gangster. Meanwhile, the spirit of a mysterious Mongol warrior haunts Alexis on her journey.

     
  • Frank

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    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.
  • 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
  • 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
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    176 page, beautifully illustrated graphic novel
    A powerful and visually striking adaptation of the original novel by Andreas Schroeder.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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 box set of classic horror audiobook CDs, written by legends in the field read by Doug Bradley, Robert Englund, and Jeff Combs.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • This triumphant final volume of Spinechillers begins with Doug's well-researched insights into the stories and their authors.
  • 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 madman does not know he is mad after all, and an insane mind would not have the resourcefulness to craft from words, the imagined worlds and circumstances that exist on no plane other than their own mind.

    Only a true genius could put into words comprehensible to the average person, scenes of terror and dread and insanity, the likes of which the world had never known, simply by writing words. His words. To craft words in such a way, in such an order, to make one experience perceptible feelings of fright and madness. Love and loss. Pain and terror. Poe was a genius. A brilliant mind overflowing with scenarios, inventions, successions of events, worlds, landscapes and sounds. Sounds never heard by most human ears and possibly not even his own, but yet making those ears actually hear the sounds through his written words.

    Poe did not simply touch on subjects as uncomfortable as a human mind becoming unhinged, he tore into these subjects with an unabashed and unapologetic quill in hand. Leaving us frightened, appalled, and uneasy, yet completely exhilarated.

    Poe set the standard, well before the standard could be realized, and his works still stand untouched as the exemplar for all others, that may hope to attain even a fraction of his genius.'

    It has been my great pleasure to allow Mr Poe to put words in my mouth, I hope you will enjoy hearing them. We have included one of his stories on each volume of the Spinechillers series, and for good measure, we have also added one of his brilliant poems to most volumes.

  • Volume 9 launches with "The Ash Tree", M.R. James' insight into an enigmatic woman and her rituals around this mysterious tree. A lost world of ancient evil is explored in Lovecraft's The Nameless City finished off with Poe's classic poem Alone.
  • New Guest reader Jeff 'Reanimator' Combs kicks off Lovecrafts Herbert West six part series with From the Dark. Poe gives us a voyage of damnation and Bierce takes the werewolf myth in an unfamiliar direction.
  • Ambrose Bierce plays with time in The Suitable Surroundings, you may think twice before air travel after Doyle's A Horror of the Heights and bringing you a new author with Arthur Machen's The Bowmen.
  • Special guest Robert 'Freddy Krueger' Englund reads Ambrose Bierce's mesmerizing short story An Occurrence At Owl Creek Bridge with Doug at the helm of a tale that will leave you in fear of walking the streets alone, The Mark of the Beast.
  • Having kicked off the Mummy genre Arthur Conan Doyle's masterpiece, Lot No. 249, simply speaks for itself. In its 80+ minute wake you can experience and end with Poe's heartbreaking poem, For Annie.
  • 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.
  • Volume 12 begins with Doug's well-researched insight into the stories and their authors. This is followed by H.P. Lovecraft's haunting tale of an old man and his violin, as well as a classic tale by Charles Dickens. The volume closes with one of Poe's well-regarded poems, Dreamland.
  • Volume 11 begins with Doug's well-researched insight into the stories and their authors. This is followed by Edgar Allan Poe’s highly acclaimed gothic romance "Ligeia", Ambrose Bierce's haunting "A Fruitless Assignment", H. P. Lovecraft's dark and disturbing "Pickman's Model", Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's sinister masterpiece "Blue John Gap", and more.