Le projet In The Dark: A Horror Anthology, financée via la plateforme Kickstarter sous l’impulsion de la responsable Rachel Deering, paraitra l’été prochain chez IDW Publishing.

Inspiré par les comics “Tales From The Crypt”, “Creepy”, et “Haunt of Horror”, cette anthologie de 250 pages rassemble les auteurs Scott Snyder, Steve Niles, Justin Jordan, Cullen Bunn, Paul Tobin, Duane Swierczynski, Tom Taylor, F. Paul Wilson, Tim Seeley, Margueritte Bennett, Brian Keene, Christopher Sebela, Matthew Dow Smith, James Tynion IV, Sean E. Williams, Michael Moreci, Jody LeHeup, Ed Brisson, Mike Oliveri, nate Southard, Valerie D’Orazio; et les artistes Declan Shalvey, Tradd Moore, Dalibor Talajic, Damien Worm, Andy Belanger, Patric Reynolds, Garry Brown, Marc laming, Christian Wildgoose, Douglas Holgate, Brian Level, Christian Dibari, Mike Henderson, Mack Chater, Alison Sampson, Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, Drew Moss, Thomas Boatwright, David James Cole, Eryk Donovan et Tadd Galusha autour d’un genre qu’ils affectionnent particulièrement: l’horreur.


le site de l’éditeur:

[quote]In the Dark: A Horror Anthology HC
Story by Rachel Deering, Justin Jordan, Cullen Bunn, Paul Tobin , Duane Swierczynski , Tom Taylor , F. Paul Wilson , Tim Seeley , Marguerite Bennett , Brian Keene , Christopher Sebela , Matthew Dow Smith , James Tynion IV , Sean E. Williams , Michael Moreci , Steve Seeley , Jo
Art by Tradd Moore, Dalibor Talajic, Andy Belanger, Patric Reynolds , Matthew Dow Smith , Christopher Mooneyham , Garry Brown , Marc Laming , Christian Wildgoose , Douglas Holgate , Brian Level , Christian Dibari , Mike Henderson , Mack Chater , Alison Sampson , Jonathan Br
Colors by Tamra Bonvillain, Nate Powell, Damien Worm
Letters by Rachel Deering, Damien Worm
Cover by Chris Wildgoose
Publishe IDW
Cover Price: $49.99
Release Date Wed, May 7th, 2014
In The Dark is a monstrous collection of all-new original terror tales from the darkest and most brilliant minds in comics and prose. Featuring an introduction by American Vampire, The Wake, and Severed writer Scott Snyder, and a frightful feature on the history of horror comics, through their rotten rise and dreadful decline by comic book historian Mike Howlett![/quote]