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BLOODY DREADFUL: BOOK 1 now available on Amazon!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2013 by Justin Sane

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The first book of my SLG Publishing series BLOODY DREADFUL is now available to purchase on Amazon for only $6.95 (CLICK HERE)! Covering issues #1 and #2, it tells the complete first story (“What Lies Ahead”) of my Victorian horror anthology! Here’s the writeup from the back cover:

A grave-robber makes his living nightly interrupting the slumber of the deceased and looking for anything that might be of value. But valuables and trinkets are not the only thing this poor digger discovers, but also the untold stories of the people he unearths; tales he tells to his faithful companion, a dog known only as “Bloody.” Bloody Dreadful is a horror comic series by Justin Sane (Heart of a Corpse) that exposes all of the dirty little lies and secrets that people take with them to their graves.

Go and dig yourself up a copy!

Attention, Reviewers!

Posted in horror, horror comic, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 21, 2012 by Justin Sane

Are you a comics reviewer? Would you like to review my new horror comic from SLG Publishing, BLOODY DREADFUL, issues #1 and #2? Send me an email at justin@mrjustinsane.com and let me know who you review for (both comics available in PDF, CBZ and EPUB form). Thanks!

BLOODY DREADFUL SERIES SYNOPSIS
In the foggy shadows of Victorian England, a wisecracking Grave Robber utilizes his special gift to see the past lives of the bodies he unearths, and reveals what lurid and shocking tales lie just under the surface in this horror anthology written and illustrated by Justin Sane (Heart of a Corpse).
ISSUE #1 – “What Lies Ahead, Part One”
When newly-wealthy Beatrice and her loving husband Harland come into contact with a mysterious fortune-telling automaton at the local fair, their future is revealed as horrifying indeed.
ISSUE #2 – “What Lies Ahead, Part Two”
After Beatrice is disfigured in the tragic accident the automaton predicted, Harland has her committed to the cold halls of Adolphus Asylum – but is there more than concern for mental health at work in this startling conclusion?