• When Big Bears Invade

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    Children, children. Gather round, your grandmother, and I will tell you of the time before the benevolent bears showed humanity how to live in harmony with the world. A time when humans ran amok, threatening to destroy the very world we all share so happily now. A time when the Big Bears made sure humanity paid attention to their message. And it happened here, in our very own Canada.'
     
  • 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.
  • 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.

     
  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • Shame: Conception

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    When the purest woman on earth allows herself one selfish thought it is enough to conceive the most evil woman the world has ever known. 64 pages.
  • 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.
  • Volume 10 launches with Doug's well researched insight into the stories and their authors, this is followed by HP Lovecraft's evocative tale of exploration 'The Strange High House in the Mist'. Next we hear Ambrose Bierce's truly chilling 'A Diagnosis of Death', and Jeffery Combs reads Edgar Allan Poe's classic revenge tale 'The Cask of Amontillado'. Disc 2 presents us with Rudyard Kipling's tale of ghosts 'They', before disc 3 takes us down into Arthur Conan Doyle's 'New Catacomb' in his tale of a heartbroken lover's revenge. Jeffery Combs brings us part 3 of Herbert West Reanimator, and Robert Englund rounds off this volume with his sublime reading of Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'The Sleeper'.
  • 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.