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Comic Review: Blokes Tomb Of Horror – 2011 Annual

Issue: Blokes Tomb Of Horror 2011 Annual
Writer: Jason ‘Bloke’ Crawley
Artists: Mike Hoffman, Jason Paulos, Lyndal Ferguson, Fernando Ignatius, Mirella Menciassi, Vincenzo Balzano, Ju Gomez, Tony Karnes, Lou Rusconi, Jason Miller, Jeiko Despotovich, Robert Smith, Michael Joseph, Tim Tyler, Alessandro Borroni & Silvano
Publisher: Virus Comix
Release Date: 2010
Pages: 130
Price: $14.99

Blokes Tomb Of Horror – 2011 Annual

“11 Tales Of Terror written by Jason ‘Bloke’ Crawley to keep you entertained this Halloween and beyond! 130 pages of terrorific horror guaranteed to leave you craving more. Available with two cover options for you to choose from and a slew of artistic talent from all across the globe that will leave you drooling with delight!

Hot on the heels of the award-winning 2010 Annual this years collection of stories once again features a worldwide collaboration of artists including Mike Hoffman who has illustrated one of the stories and Mark Kidwell who drew the Cover B Werewolf option.”

Dying Breath: 4.0 out of 5
The 2010 ComicMonsters.com award winning anthology is back with 11 stories to turn your stomach inside out! I really do love the Bloke line of books and I think that these Annual collections are the top of the line when it comes to what they do. I have known Jason Crawley since I got into the horror comic game and watching his writing grow over time just puts a smile on my face. This collection is very well done, and I was not let down at all. Some of the best writing I thought were on the stories, Night Creatures and Sticks & Stones. The artwork holds up for the most part, but I did find a story or two to not be up to the same level as some of the others. Overall though you get names like Hoffman, Paulos, Percival and Ignatius. How can one go wrong looking at the work of these guys? I will say this, Despotovich was like finding the gold at the end of the rainbow. His style on the Sticks & Stones was so perfect, that it quickly became my favorite of the bunch. No matter how I break it down this 2011 Annual has it all. 11 great short horror stories and then a picture gallery at the end. For only $15 you seriously can not go wrong, matter of fact I think you’re stealing from Virus Comix by paying that price. Another great year, I can not wait for 2012!

Artwork: 4.0 out of 5 • Story: 4.5 out of 5
If you would like to buy or know more about Blokes Tomb Of Horror 2011 Annual you can find it at http://viruscomix.ning.com/

Blokes Tomb Of Horror – 2011 Annual

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