Libidinous Zombie: An Erotic Horror Collection [Audiobook]

Libidinous Zombie: An Erotic Horror Collection [Audiobook]

Libidinous Zombie: An Erotic Horror Collection [Audiobook] collected by Rose Caraway, Jade A Waters, Tamsin Flowers
English | January 13, 2016 | ASIN: B01AIK6NQG | M4B@64 kbps | 5 hrs 41 mins | 155 MB
Narrator: Rose Caraway | Genre: Erotic Horror

Vampyres: A Tribute To The Ultimate In Erotic Horror Cinema

Vampyres: A Tribute To The Ultimate In Erotic Horror Cinema

Vampyres: A Tribute To The Ultimate In Erotic Horror Cinema By Greaves Tim, Jose Larraz, Brian Smedley-Aston
1996 | 85 Pages | ISBN: 0965043916 | PDF | 13 MB

Vault Horror Comics

Vault Horror Comics

Vault Horror Comics
Published by: EC Comics | First Appeared: 1950 | Creators: Bill Gaines (Publisher) and Al Feldstein (editor)

Various Vampire and Horror Comics

Various Vampire  and Horror Comics
Various Vampire  and Horror Comics

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 010 - Haunted Horror v03 - Pre-Code Comics So Good - Theyre Scary (2015)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 010 - Haunted Horror v03 - Pre-Code Comics So Good - Theyre Scary (2015)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 010 - Haunted Horror v03 - Pre-Code Comics So Good - Theyre Scary (2015)
English | CBR | 159 pages | 593.16 MB

Volume 3 is the monstrously great curated collection of the goriest, craziest, rarest comics that the U.S. Government didn't want you to see! David Colton in USA Today screams, "The comic book industry's most obscure and outrageous stories of the 1950s!" Decapitated Dan screeches, "Some of the greatest horror comic material ever to be reprinted!" Under the infamous melting face cover you'll witness under-appreciated artists Frank Giacoia, Nick Cardy, Shelly Moldoff, Bob Powell, Jack Sparling, Joe Certa, and Lin Streeter, masters of the horror comics genre!

Apartment of Erotic Horror (2006)

Apartment of Erotic Horror (2006)

Apartment of Erotic Horror (2006)
DVDRip | AVI | 718 x 478 | XviD @ 2534 Kbps | English MP3 @ 128 Kbps | 78 min | 1,54 Gb
Genre: Horror, Erotic

A sleazy photographer makes a deal with a hideous demon for eternal youth in exchange for young, nubile young girls, whom he lures to his Brooklyn apartment under the guise of modeling work. Once the photos are snapped, the true terror begins as the monster reveals itself and the photographer sits idly by as the creature rips and tears at the girls' young, tender flesh.

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 015 - Snake Tales (2016)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 015 - Snake Tales (2016)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 015 - Snake Tales (2016)
English | CBR | 148 pages | 657.21 MB

Slithering Scares…Dangerous Snake-Women…Cold-Blooded Killings…Snake Tales scours the snake-pit of Pre-Code horror to bring you the weirdest stories of serpentine thrills, guaranteed to raise your blood-pressure (and maybe an eyebrow)! Hissing horror from the likes of Rudy Palais, Lou Cameron, and Marty Elkin and other masters of comic book fear. Crawling your way in full color.

Vault Horror Comics Classic

Vault Horror Comics Classic

Vault Horror Classic
RS | CBR | TOTAL 350 MB

The Vault of Horror was part of Bill Gaines' EC Comics line during the early 1950s. The bi-monthly horror comic, edited by Al Feldstein, began with an issue cover-dated April – May 1950. Over a four-year span, it ran for 29 issues, ending with the December 1954 – January 1955 issue. Johnny Craig was promoted to editor of the comic with issue 35 in February, 1954.
The Vault of Horror originated through the crime comic War Against Crime published by EC in the late 1940s. In 1950, Gaines and Feldstein experimented with horror stories in that title and its companion, Crime Patrol. The Vault Keeper made his first appearance in this title. With issue 12 of War Against Crime, the title was changed to The Vault of Horror, and it became a full fledged horror comic for the remainder of its run. Due to an attempt to save money on second-class postage permits, the numbering did not change with the title change, so the first issue of The Vault of Horror was #12.

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 005 - Haunted Horror (2013)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 005 - Haunted Horror (2013)

The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics! 005 - Haunted Horror (2013)
English | CBR | 156 pages | 834.34 MB

Back from the opened grave are more masterpieces of the macabre from the horror comics of the 1950s. Genius horror artists of the known and unknown variety poured their tortured souls into these comics. The best and least seen stories have been chosen with the help of top horror comic collectors and all lovingly restored and presented in full-creepy color. You will be thrilled, chilled and maybe even a little sickened by the over-the-top ghouls and gore in this latest addition to the Chilling Archives of Horror! Collects issues #1-3, plus additional stories and art.

London Horror Comics #2

London Horror Comics #2

London Horror Comics #2
English | 2009 | CBR | 21 MB

Four Color Fear - Forgotten Horror Comics of the 1950s (2010)

Four Color Fear - Forgotten Horror Comics of the 1950s (2010)

Four Color Fear - Forgotten Horror Comics of the 1950s (2010)
English | CBR | 321 pages | 945.33 MB

This installment includes terrifying tales like "A Pact With the Devil" by genius Jack Cole and "Swamp Monster" by the brilliant Basil Wolverton, as well as a stunning cover gallery!

Creepy and one Vapirella Comics

Creepy and one Vapirella Comics

Creepy and one Vapirella Comics

Creepy was a horror-comics magazine launched by Warren Publishing in 1964. Like Mad, it was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine format and thus did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority.

Some Creepy and Eerie Comics

Some Creepy and Eerie Comics

Creepy was a horror-comics magazine launched by Warren Publishing in 1964. Like Mad, it was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine format and thus did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority.

Haunted Horror 01 (2012)

Haunted Horror 01 (2012)

Haunted Horror 01 (2012)
English | CBR | 48 pages | 86.35 MB

A comic so good it's…SCARY! Imagine you were a kid in the 1950s reading contraband horror comics under the bed covers by flashlight! You were devouring the very comic books you parents, your teachers and anti-comics crusader Dr. Fredric Wertham were trying to keep out of your hands! Now you can recreate that same experience, because the comics that were banned are back in actual comic-book format! The people that brought you Dick Briefer's Frankenstein, Bob Powell's Terror and Zombies are now producing a comic book series filled with the best of worst vintage horror comics that will rot your mind! Don't dare miss the first issue of Scary from the Chilling Archives of Horror Comics fiends!

Horror By Heck (TPB) (2016)

Horror By Heck (TPB) (2016)

Horror By Heck (TPB) (2016)
English | CBR | 162 pages | 464.23 MB

Don Heck was the co-creator of Marvel's Iron Man and the long time Avengers artist. In the 1950s Heck did a score of artistically brilliant and extremely beyond-the-pale, extremely gruesome, Pre-Code Horror comic book covers and comics. The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics now gives it's loving attention to this unsung horror master! This beautiful hardcover book sports the usual Yoe Books detailed history, rare images reproduced from original art and more mind-blowing ephemera to give a fascinating look at the dark side of Dapper Don Heck.

The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #17

The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #17

The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #17
English | 49 pages | CBR | 29.36MB

Prepare for a trilogy of Halloween treats in this year’s terrifying “Treehouse.” First, punk rock pixie and Go-Go's founding member Jane Wiedlin (Lady Robotika) and Tom Hodges (Clone Wars) lead Marge down the path of the walking dead; then, Zander Cannon and Gene Ha (Top Ten) offer up a remake, “Simpson”-style, of the classic horror flick “Nosferatu;” and finally, indie artist Jim Woodring (Jim) helps Bart uncover the truth behind the biggest mystery in the history of horror comics.

Horny House of Horror / Fashion Hell (2010)

Horny House of Horror / Fashion Hell (2010)

Horny House of Horror / Fashion Hell (2010)
DVDrip | Mkv | x264 - 2409 Kbps | AC3 - 192 kbps | 720x480 | Language: Japanese | 75 min | 1.34 Gb
Subtitles: English (SRT, Custom)
Genre: Comedy, Erotic, Horror

Haunt of Horror - Edgar Allan Poe #1-3 (2006) Complete [Repost]

Haunt of Horror - Edgar Allan Poe #1-3 (2006) Complete [Repost]

Haunt of Horror - Edgar Allan Poe #1-3 (2006) Complete [Repost]
MAX | English | CBR | 3 Issues | 32.7MB

What scares you? Serial killers? Vampires? Earthquakes? Extreme sports? The dentist? Horror comics legend Richard Corben (Creepy, Eerie) and long-time collaborator Rich Margopoulos leave no gravestone unturned in this 3-issue limited series that offers wicked spins on the classic poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Each issue features three adaptations – hauntingly rendered in B&W with gray tones as only Corben can do it – along with the full text of Poe’s poem for comparison.

Creepy Comics #1-2 (Ongoing)

Creepy Comics #1-2 (Ongoing)

Creepy Comics #1-2 (Ongoing)
RS & Hotfile | 2 CBZ | Dark Horse | Jul 15 - Nov 25 2009 | 79.9 MB Total

was an American horror-comics magazine launched by Warren Publishing in 1964. Like MAD, it was a black-and-white newsstand publication in a magazine format and thus did not require the approval or seal of the Comics Code Authority. The anthology magazine was initially published quarterly but later went bimonthly. Each issue's stories were introduced by the host character, Uncle Creepy. Its sister publications were and . It would enjoy a run of 145 issues, the last released in February 1983, then Warren went bankrupt. Thereafter Harris Publications bought the rights after Warren's bankruptcy and published a single issue (#146) in 1985. In 2000, after a protracted legal dispute with Harris Publications, Jim Warren and Warren Publishing finally regained sole ownership of all rights to his two iconic and flagship comic book franchises and . In February 2007, New Comic Company, LLC completed a total rights acquisition from Warren and his entity for all rights to Creepy and Eerie, after seven years of effort. In July 2009, Dark Horse Comics and New Comic Company LLC released the new comic, in black-and-white like the original series. It was initially planned to be a quarterly publication, but issue #2 was not released until November 25, 2009. Quite an eclectic bunch of above-average stories, definitely helped by the "creepy" black and white.

Strange Tales Comics Vome 2

Strange Tales Comics Vome 2

The series began in June 1951 as a horror anthology from Marvel's 1950s precursor, Atlas Comics. Initially modeled after the gory morality tales of the popular and groundbreaking EC line of comics, Strange Tales became lesss outré with the 1954 imposition of the Comics Code, which prohibited graphic horror, as well as vampires, zombies and other classical monsters.
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