Steve Niles’ Big Book of Horror: Undead Monday

Posted by Grey Monday, February 7, 2011

This Undead Monday, take on what's probably the best horror-themed bedtime stories around, Steve Niles’ Big Book of Horror from IDW Publishing.

Acclaimed for his major horror comic works such as IDW Publishing's 30 Days of Night series, and Dark Horse Comics' Criminal Macabre with regular artist collaborator Ben Templesmith, writer Steve Niles has been generally credited as one of the driving force in the modern horror comic revival.

Now imagine Niles taking on three all-time classic horror with three different artist in a refreshing new take on the vintage?

In Little Books of Horror, collected and published by IDW Publishing, Niles adapted three classic horror tales for children, with the help of three very capable hands: Frankenstein with Scott Morse, War of the Worlds with Ted McKeever, and last but certainly not the least, Dracula, with Richard Sala. In the vein of a children picture book, every pages will be a single piece of illustration with the text on the pages.

And here's the official solicitation details from the IDW page:

Three classic tales of terror are collected together for the first time in IDW's Big Book of Horror. Retold by modern horror master Steve Niles (30 Days of Night), and featuring beautiful, painted art by Scott Morse, Ted McKeever and Richard Sala,Big Book of Horror provides a unique and inspired take on the most famous tales of terror?Frankenstein, War of the Worlds, and Dracula. Perfect for the die-hard horror buff, or the brave youngster, Big Book of Horror is the definitive collection of timeless fright.

Frankenstein with Scott Morse
War of the Worlds with Ted McKeever
Dracula, with Richard Sala
For those interested in the book, do check it out at its Amazon page.


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