Monday, August 16, 2010

Tales of Woe

In Tales of Woe, John Reed assumes the role of a modern day Crypt Creeper and shares tales of shocking horror and absurd tragedy. The stories are nearly as strange as anything E.C. Comics ever published: a baboon who steals a baby from his home; bowling alleys and art installations turned murderous; children frolicking in a town turned technicolor by chemical waste; and more. Except, unlike the Crypt Creeper, the stories John Reed tells are all true.

There are 25 stories in Tales of Woe, featuring illustrations by a variety of artists:

You can sample the art here (NSFW), and you can preorder the book for 33% off at Amazon.