Oct. 25 – Horror Webcomics, Part 2

This is the second half of my two-part post for my friend Brian Lillie’s blog. Enjoy!

31 Hath October

TEN HORROR COMICS THAT ARE ACTUALLY FRIGHTENING (PART TWO)

  1. Junji Ito (Itou Junji Kyoufu)’s The Enigma of Amigara Fault isn’t really a webcomic (it was originally a manga), but it earns a place here because it’s hands-down one of the most frightening comics you can find online.An earthquake has revealed thousands of human-shaped holes carved into the granite of a mountain. People from all over the region are drawn to the site, each one to an individual hole. What happens next is a masterpiece of body horror. Don’t forget: you’ll need to read from right to left.
  1. Deep Dark Fears by Fran Krause isn’t a serialized comic, but a series of individual one- to eight-panel strips. Each strip features a different nightmare, phobia, or fear. A few of the fears are the author’s:
    12179186_10153587596348213_364773388_nbut most are submitted by Krause’s fans. The comics are horrifying not because the fears are so…

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