Friday, October 31, 2014

Hellbound V: End of Comics

Published by River Bird Comics

Produced by The Boston Comics Roundtable

Edited by Stephen Cartisano

48+foldouts pages ~ $10 | Risograph 2 colors. | 9x5 inches

What is the end for you? sometimes is death sometimes is the end of a bad relationship, sometimes is just running out of rope. Hellbound V is the end of the Hellbound series with a small set of stories that will take you over the edge. Mature readers only. Returning contributors include Dan Mazur (Comics: A Global History), Ellen T. Crenshaw (Nobodies Volume II, Womanthology), Alison Burke and Tara Harris (A.R.R.O.), Patrick Flaherty, E.J. Barnes (Tales of the Ling, An Invitation to the World of Luisa Felix), and Clayton McCormack (Dead Meat, Heavy Metal Magazine). Joining them for the first time on this volume are Gary Bonesteel (Killer Ink Comics), Ben Doane (Subcultures), and Brenton Barnes (Bartkira, Mister Reusch’s Black and White Illustration Book).

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  • Twenty Small Press
    Anthologies Of Note!

  • …a series of attractive and fairly conventional horror anthologies. The stories and styles in this volume are actually more idiosyncratic than those in many of the other volumes.
  • Folks talk about normal stuff in the face of disaster, hunt monsters, and use vampiric powers for good across a high-quality book that’s a great pick-up for horror fans.
  • ...a publication that would get the blood pumping again. Just taking in the intricate and highly-detailed cover art done by Hellbound anthology legend and River Bird Comics frontrunner Roho was enough to make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up before I opened the book. In regards to what happened when I opened this bone chilling collection of horror tales…
  • Delivering a satisfying conclusion at the end of anything can be a tall order, and providing one to cap off an entire series might seem like an impossible feat, but Hellbound V manages it


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