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Bloodline Comics, a collaboration between Fried Comics Co-Founder Clay Adams and Baby Badass co-creator and writer David Schrader has launched its first project, Nightmare Theater. The 225+ page horror anthology, currently on Kickstarter, features demons, Lovecraftian monsters, psycho killers, and more. It's been in the works for over a year and includes work from a ton of talented creators.

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“Whatever else is happening in the world, people like to be scared,” said Clay Adams. “This project is for the horror fan who loves both comics and movies. Our theme is ‘Cinematic Horror’, which draws inspiration from the diverse sub-genres of scary movies-- including ghost stories, slasher films, or psychological terror.”

I'm a big fan of anthologies with a central theme. This one is presented as a horror film festival at a haunted theater hosted by three tropes: Shelley Poe Stoker, The Welder, and Eerie Erin. There's work from over 35 creative teams included in this anthology including David Pepose, Shawn Gabborin, Charlie Stickney, Christie Shinn, Dave Dwonch, Newton Lilavois, Richard Fairgray, David Avallone, Russell Nohelty, Jessica Maison, Terry Mayo, Don Nguyen, Karla Nappi, James Powell, Kayden Phoenix, Peter Murrieta, Tony Fabro, M.L. Miller, Sebastian Kadlecik, Steven Prince, and artists like Silvia Califano, Gian Carlo Bernal, Mick Beyers, Kyle Roberts, Tony Donley, Leeahd Goldberg, Fabio Alves, Orlando “Mexifunk” Arocena, and Sorah Suhng.

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Rewards for the Kickstarter campaign include digital and physical copies of the book itself, original artwork, and more. The campaign runs through November 19th, 2020 and is more than halfway to its funding goal.

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James Ferguson
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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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