Our page turning book review feature delving into the most devilish books and graphic novels returns with the latest offering from the fabulous FAB Press who have thankfully reteamed with FrightFest after the brilliant Guide to Exploitation Movies by Alan Jones.
In our last 100 Pages of Horror we entered the very strange world of Scarper Lee in Rob Davis The Motherless Oven where kids made their parents, people had death days not birthdays and the world was ruled by a giant weather clock.
Graphic novel publishers SelfMadeHero’s return to our literary review 100 Pages of Horror with a brilliant batch of books including this excellent comic adaptation of some of M.R. James classic chilling tales entitled Ghost Stories Of An Antiquary: Volume 1.
FAB Press are quickly becoming my favourite publishers and after their sensational Satanic Panic book which we reviewed right HERE their latest addition is a whirlwind ride through the most sleazy, nasty, gory and crazy exploitation movies penned by FrightFest’s very own Alan Jones.