Comic Crypt: MODERN DREAD – A Horror Anthology On Today’s Fears!

We’ve got word on a new graphic novel horror anthology called, MODERN DREAD. This book is based on the fears of what scares people today. Check out all the details below.

From The Press Release

MODERN DREAD, a new horror anthology about the fears of today, has launched on Kickstarter from Space Between Entertainment.

MODERN DREAD is a 72-page black and white graphic novel of horror stories that explore what scares people now. With a mixture of timeless fears and modern anxieties, these stories pay homage to the horror of the past while paving way for a new, terrifying path. Topics include:

 

  • Infected tattoos
  • Designer drugs with horrific side effects
  • Online harassment
  • Deranged Uber drivers
  • Losing a child
  • And that ever-present fear that bridges both young and old… the fear of death

 

Co-plotted and compiled by PAT SHAND (Destiny NY, Guardians of the Galaxy, Van Helsing) and RYAN FASSETT (Steampunk Alice in Wonderland), MODERN DREAD features stories from LaTOYA MORGAN (Shameless, Parenthood, AMC’S Turn), LARRY WATTS (Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness), KATY REX (Jade Street Protection Services), CHANDRA FREE (God Machine, Fraggle Rock), JOHN BROGLIA (Zombie Sama), and more. In addition to the terrifying graphic novel, Space Between is offering a monstrous card game called KILL YOUR FRIENDS, featuring cards that present a situation with a monster, in which you have a chance to survive or die. Art prints, pins, a variant cover by Romina Moranelli, and a chilling MP3 original score is also available.

The Kickstarter campaign is live at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/spacebetweenent/modern-dread-a-horror-anthology-of-modern-anxietie

Follow Space Between Entertainment online at @SpaceBetweenEnt on all social media platforms.

About Michael Juvinall (1027 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all around affinity for things that go bump in the night!

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