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Masters of Horror Comics: Outcast

Robert Kirkman is anything but a one-hit wonder. His hit horror series Outcast gives The Walking Dead a run for its money as Kirkman experimented with a more supernatural horror.

Masters of Horror Comics: Swamp Thing

In 1971, Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson--horror masters in their own right--created one of DC Comics' lasting characters: Swamp Thing, a plant-based monster intrinsically tied to the fabric of DC's universe.

Masters of Horror Comics: Nailbiter

Nailbiter debuted in 2014 by Joshua Williamson and Mike Henderson from Image Comics, billed as a mix between Twin Peaks and Se7en.

Masters of Horror Comics: 30 Days of Night

30 Days of Night rose to prominence after the 2007 film, launching Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith's IDW Publishing limited series to the spotlight. See why it made our list of Masters of Horror Comics!

Masters of Horror Comics: Wytches

Scott Snyder's second foray into creator-owned series spawned Wytches, in partnership with British artist Jock, published by Image Comics. See exactly why Wytches terrified audiences!

Masters of Horror Comics: Afterlife with Archie

One of the most iconic horror series in recent memory is none other than a twisted take on classic Archie! Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and Francesco Francavilla stunned readers with this compelling zombie-infested tale.

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