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Jason vs Leatherface

In 1995, Topps Comics published Jason vs Leatherface, a three issue limited series that brought together two slasher icons for the first time.  The series features gruesome cover art by Simon Bisley, a story by Nancy (Sunglasses After Dark) Collins, and plenty of gory artwork from Jeff Butler.  Each issue concludes with a short article on slasher films or the [...]

Splatterbowl: The Shape vs Jason vs Leatherface

Back in the early 80s Fangoria held a Maniac Match-up contest.  Contestants were asked to create a comic strip featuring a duel to the death between The Shape, Jason, and Leatherface.  John Arnold and Linwood Sasser’s winning entry, 1st Fangoria Splatterbowl, was published in Fangoria #39.

Graphic Horror – Slasher Merchandise

As well as toys, the other thing we horror geeks refuse to give up are our comics. There’s something about seeing limbs hacked to pieces and intestines being spewed out onto the floor that makes for an entertaining read.

Jennifer's Body Gets the Comic Treatment

Personally, I’m sick to death of hearing about Megan Fox. From big budget garbage like Transformers to so-called comedies such as How to Lose Friends & Alienate People,

New Director for Hack/Slash

It seems like Todd Lincoln seems that Todd Lincoln may no longer be the one directing the long-anticipated adaptation of Hack/Slash.

Interview With Hack/Slash Creator Tim Seeley

Back in 2004, Tim Seeley created one of the best horror comics in recent years with the stylish and sexy HACK/SLASH. Based around the character of Cassie Hack, who travels the land fighting various slasher-style maniacs, the series became a hit and soon a feature film was in the works