The first in a series of horror anthologies; Kagemono #1 takes us from the Weird Wild West, the Outback to your living room; an academy of the dark arts to… the driving range?
28 pages, B&W Interiors, colour covers. Edited by Jason Franks.
Expelled from the Academy where he’s been a student of the dark arts, Quay returns home to New York City to find himself anew… but the new self he finds is even less pleasant than the old.
6 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Nicholas Hunter.
THE SPIDER FAIRY
When Tony has a videotape of a childhood Halloween converted to DVD he invites his old friends to come over to watch it… but they find that their old neighbours are not quite as they remember them.
8 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Yuriko Sekine.
BEST OF THE BEST
If you beat the best, you become the best–so The Kid challenges old Crane to a gunfight. One of them will die by the other’s hand–or will they?
6 pages, written by Justin Jordan, pencilled by Jason Franks, inked by Cory Laub.
WE CAN RIDE IT TOGETHER
Emily and Katrinja, two backpackers from New Zealand and the Netherlands, are backpacking in the outback. Emily’s hesitant to hitch a ride, but the middle aged couple who stop for them seem harmless enough… they’re even listening to Kenny and Dolly…
5 pages, written and illustrated by J. Marc Schmidt
BUCKET OF BALLS
What could be sinister about two blokes and a bucket of balls having a hit out at the driving range?
2 pages, written and illustrated by J. Marc Schmidt