C2E2 2017: Gender Identity: Understanding Through Art Q&A

How Can Comics Help Find Ones Identity?

C2E2 2017 had a lot to offer when it came to panels. Not only were there celebrity and uthor events happening throughout the day, there were also panels that talked about issues that are happening in the world today and how comics, film, and social media play an important role. Continue reading

C2E2 2017: Interview With Author Of Christina L. Barr


Shallow Graves Magazine had the opportunity to visit artist, singer, and author extraordinaire Christina L. Barr on her new book ‘Dark Mermaid‘ and her inspiration to take old fairy tales along with familiar monsters and twist them into a new and darker light Continue reading



On the eve of the 28th Anniversary of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, which was released in theaters on April 21, 1989, Terror Films is excited to announce their partnership with Synapse Films. Synapse is set to handle the physical release of the documentary; it will be released later this year.

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It’s Only A Few Days Away!!

Pop culture fans are giddy with excitement for the Midwest’s largest pop culture comicon C2E2 which begins April 21st in Chicago. Storm King Comics will be exhibiting and bringing con exclusives, giveaways, talent, and more! Con attendees will get a FREE SIGNED poster from the upcoming series John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction at booth #418 ONLY IF they say the secret password. Attendees can get the code word on Twitter at https://twitter.com/JCsAsylum or by downloading the C2E2 App and walking the convention floor. Writer/editor producer Sandy King Carpenter (They Live, Vampires) and writer James Ninness (Dust, John Carpenter’s Tales for a HalloweeNight) will be on hand for signings. Both creators are part of the new title John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction:Vault that hits stores this July and will be revealing more about the book in a livestream interview at the convention’s Twitch stage Saturday April 22nd at noon CST.

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Salvador Dali Brings Us Down The Rabbit Hole With ‘Alice In Wonderland’

And I Thought The Story Was Trippy…

Acclaimed and iconic artist Salvador Dali had the pleasure during his lifetime to illustrate some legendary literature. As we’ve previously talked about, Dali‘s artistry for the 700th anniversary of Dante’s Inferno left many people astounded and angry. Now it is time to tackle one of his most infamous ventures into classic stories, Lewis Carroll‘s ‘Adventures of Alice In Wonderland‘. Continue reading

Harry Clarke Brings Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales To A Dark Reality

These Illustrations Leave Nothing To The Imagination

To get your hands on an original copy of Edgar Allan Poe‘s Tales of Mystery And Imagination will cost you a very pretty penny and it’s easy to understand why. Originally released in 1909, Harry Clarke‘s beautifully grotesque artwork was the perfect companion to Poe‘s legendary work. It wasn’t until 1923 though that some of the colored illustrations were introduced. Continue reading