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H.P. Lovecraft's CALL OF CTHULHU
An adaptation of one of H.P. Lovecraft’s most influential works. Staying true to the original work, Swiss writer/artist Michael Zigerlig, narrates the tale with the original prose of three points of view describing the horror of Cthulhu.   Generally regarded as Lovecraft’s masterpiece, this tale, as many of Lovecraft’s work, influenced generatioins to come. 
H.R. Giger, famed biomechanical artist and creator of the look of Alien, was so influenced by Lovecraft that he provides the introduction to this graphic novel. 

Written and illustrated by Michael Zigerlig.
Introduction by H.R. Giger!

72 PAGES, $9.99, Diamond Order # JAN10 1116


Four classic tales of H. P. Lovecraft are adapted by writer Steve Jones and artist Octavio (Deathstroke, Green Lantern) Cariello.  From one of the all time masters of horror, these full length stories originally released from Malibu in individual issues, are collected in the first of two books compiling Lovecraft tales from Steve Jones.  Contained in this trade paperback are: “The Lurking Fear”, “The Alchemist”, “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”, and “The Tomb”.

Written by Steve Jones, Art by Octavio Cariello 

112 pages, black and white, trade paperback, $15.99
ISBN:  978-0-941613-31-6


Collecting the series from Caliber Comics, the miniseries of Dagon is joined by four full length tales adapting some of Lovecraft’s most thought provoking work.  The Statement of Randolph Carter, Arthur Jermyn, The Music of Erich Zann, and The Picture in the House.  In addition to the comic stories, writer Steve Jones provides background information on one of horror’s greatest masterminds, H.P. Lovecraft. The second volume of the Worlds of H.P. Lovecraft series.

Written by Steve Jones
Illustrated by Aldin Baroza, Sergio Cariello, Rob Davis, Chris Jones, Wayne Reid

160 pages, black and white, trade paperback
, $18.99
ISBN: 978-0-941613-45-3

Miskatonic Project: Bride of Dagon
In the shadow-haunted seacoast city of Kingsport, the Deep Ones have arisen to claim a bride for their dark god, Dagon-Fleur Averoigne, the linchpin of the Miskatonic Project has been chosen as the vessel to give birth to a race of loathsome amphibians!  As Randolph Carter, Detective Thomas Malone and Herbert West The Reanimator race to recover the stolen Necronomicon and rescue Fleur, they battle flesh-eating zombies and slime-dripping monstrosities from the bottom of the sea!  

Story by Mark Ellis, Roy Thomas, and RJM Loccifier. 
Art by Brian Bendis and David Mack.

100 pg, trade paperback, black and white, $15.99
ISBN:  978-0-941613-55-2

The Miskatonic Project: The Whisperer in the Darkness
Set in 1928, the graphic novel introduces members of the Miskatonic Project, three paranormal investigators who have experienced horrific brushes with the Great Old Ones in the past, including Cthulhu.  The graphic novel features an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Whisperer In Darkness” by noted Lovecraft illustrator, Daryl Hutchinson, and a sequel to the events of story penciled by legendary Marvel Comics artist Don Heck and Darryl Banks, who also rendered the cover. There's also a chronology of the world according to the Cthulhu Mythos.

Written by: Mark Elli
 Illustrated by: Daryl Hutchinson, Don Heck, and Darryl Banks.

128 pages, black and white, $16.99

ISBN: 978-0-941613-52-1  

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