Exclusive Interview: Ken Lamug On Haunted Houses And The Value of Scary Fairy Tales

Las Vegas-based author and illustrator Kenneth Lamug has published a new childrens book, The Stumps of Flattop Hill. In this dark yet amusing tale following the tradition of the Brother’s Grimm", Ken tells the story of Florence, a little girl who enters a haunted house - both frightened an...


Peter Bagge

American cartoonist Peter Bagge (Dec 11, 1957, New York) is probably best-known for his comic book Hate. His sense of black humor is supported by his exaggerated cartoon style - ideal for portraying the middle-class American youth, which he was part of: "We were the weirdo outcast kids of...


Not quite MAD, but still crazy. PLOP!

Our find of the day: Plop!, "The New Magazine of Weird Humor!" is a 1970s comic book anthology published by DC Comics. It’s 24 issues ran September 1973 to December 1976, featuring a strange mix of horror and humor. Basil Wolverton created a new trademark on his 1973 Plop!-#1-cover when he...