Oct. 25 – Horror Webcomics, Part 2

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

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  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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