An extreme Japanese game show where the contestants are always out-of-towners. A town in the Old West where all of the children are completely silent. A unicorn that doesn’t want to be tamed. And a moth. TWO-EYED TALES is a collection of four B&W horror stories inspired by real-life events.
In 1951 Chicago, a superhero team’s secret headquarters is invaded by two unassuming ranch hands who are trying to kill them, but what they don’t realize is that more than their lives are at stake. In 1946 New York City, two very different heroes must team up to stop a supernatural drug-trafficker. And in 1943 Stalingrad, a German spy defies her handlers to go on a personal mission to discover who she is. SUPERHERESIES is a collection of three stories featuring public domain heroes of the 1930s and 1940s united by existential themes.
After a woman carves a jack o’ lantern for Halloween, it comes after her in revenge . . . or is it all in her mind? DOCTOR ORANGE is a psychological horror tale inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe, John Carpenter, and Charles Schulz. DOCTOR ORANGE also includes two back-up stories: “How the West Won” (later reprinted in SUPERHERESIES) and “Mary, Revised.”