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Celebrating 10 award-winning years of Split Lip, this nearly 350-page hardcover collects 13 of the best Split Lip stories from its first decade. In addition to the stories—many of which are remastered and relettered—there’s over 50 pages of exclusive bonus content, including interviews, essays, commentary on every story, and behind-the-scenes art.

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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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52/52: Recursion, by Blake Crouch

written by Sam on Sunday, July 18, 2021
A twisty SF thriller about time travel and the havoc it wreaks on memory. The same territory is more interesting in William Gibson’s The Peripheral; the only-OK TV show Devs worked a similar corner. Fun and fast, but not very deep and the characters are too thin to really stick with you. Book: 23 of… View Article

52/52: Wasteland, by W. Scott Poole

written by Sam on Monday, June 21, 2021
A detailed, thoughtful tracing of the impact of World War I on key creators of horror in movies, literature, and art. These creators—Lovecraft, Lang, Dix, Machen, Whale, and more—had often fought in the war. WWI is a fascinating, and disturbing, topic. Worth reading for fans of horror and cultural history. Book: 21 of 52

52/52: BPRD: Hell on Earth, Vol. 1, by Mignola, Arcudi, Davis, and Crook

written by Sam on Sunday, June 20, 2021
The next phase of BPRD takes its first major casualty behind the scenes with the exit of artist Guy Davis in this book. We now know that Davis left after falling out with creator Mignola over Mignola’s coddling of sexual abuser/editor Scott Allie. Book is good, but that background knowledge is queasy. Book: 20 of… View Article

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