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Split Lip is an anthology of short horror comics written by Sam Costello and drawn by artists from around the world. All stories are self-contained, so you can start reading anywhere. Fans of Twilight Zone and weird fiction will enjoy these stories, but beware—keeping the lights on can’t keep you safe from dangerous ideas.

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Split Lip Goes FREE for Halloween – and Read the Latest Story Now!

written by Sam on Monday, October 1, 2018
To celebrate Halloween, the entire Split Lip archive will be free for everyone for the entire month of October. To read the 41 horror comics in the archive, you normally need to support Split Lip on Patreon. Not this month. All 41 stories—over 400 pages of award-winning horror comics—are free this month to help you… View Article

New Patreon Benefit: Behind-the-Scenes Pencils and Inks (More Pages Added!)

written by Sam on Wednesday, September 5, 2018
I’m super-excited to announce a new feature that’s launching today for Patreon backers at $2 and up: behind the scenes pencils and inks. (Sept. 5, 2018: 65 new pages have been added to the stories An Old Man, Looking, Look Carefully, The Railroad Boy, and School Supplies.) In addition to posting the finished (inked and… View Article

Split Lip Patreon: All The Exclusive Benefits from Q2 2018

written by Sam on Friday, July 13, 2018
Split Lip’s Patreon backer’s provide crucial support to us as we create comics. To thank them for their support, they get a raft of exclusive content and rewards. To give you an idea of what sort of stuff you unlock by supporting us on Patreon, here’s what backers have gotten during April, May, and June 2018… View Article

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