Cold Blooded Chillers #1 & #2
Writer: Robert Heske
Publisher: Heske Horror
Synopsis: Issue 1 - The
premiere issue of COLD BLOODED CHILLERS, featuring 4 chilling tales and
40 pages from screenwriter/graphic novelist Robert M. Heske (Waiting,
No Middle Ground, The Night Projectionist) and art from some of horror
noir's top and emerging international talent (Preston Asevedo, Scott Austin,
Neil Morrissey, and Zeu). Cover art by Mark Chilcott. Stories include:
LOST AND FOUND - A mall cop helps a distraught teen search for her missing
sister. FALSE PRETENSES - A Web date becomes a dead date. THE WAITING
ROOM - A businessman's past and present collide at an auto body shop.
MISHAP - One fatal accident leads to another ... and another. COLD BLOODED
CHILLERS: Tales of suburban murder and malice.
Issue 2 - The Halloween issue of COLD BLOODED CHILLERS,
featuring 3 chilling tales and 36 pages from screenwriter/graphic novelist
Robert M. Heske (Waiting, No Middle Ground, The Night Projectionist) and
art from some of horror noir's top and emerging international talent (Monty
Borror, Alain Norte, and Zeu). Cover art by Mark Chilcott. Stories include:
DEAD DOG - A dead dog dumped in a man's driveway brings bad karma. MISNOMER
- Trick or Treaters enter an alleged pedophile's abandoned home. HER FIRST
DAY ALONE - A mother becomes traumatized when her baby enters day care.
Our thoughts: At first glance,
a horror anthology that does not feature vampires, zombies or werewolves
may not seem that interesting for horror enthusiasts. However, when you
peek inside and see these twisted tales, and the horrors that man is capable
of, all of that will change.
These tales take me back to the in dependant horror
comics of the early 90's that featured interesting tales and up and coming
artists. Sometimes the evil that man does is greater than any type of
monster you can imagine.
Robert Heske has found his niche in this sub-genre
of horror that is often forgotten.
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Blooded Chillers Review.