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Slaughterhouse Z #1

SUNDAY 19TH JANUARY AT 2:58PM | NO COMMENTS

A secret genetic experiment has combined the DNA from a hulking serial killer, with a brutal breed of pig, to create a terrifying hybrid monster. “Porker X” quickly escapes from the secret lab where he was created and, alongside his prototype hybrids, wastes no time in carving a swathe of carnage throughout the Welsh countryside. It gets worse. The dead are rising, hungry for flesh, and Porker X leads this Army of the Porcine Dead in their unstoppable slaughter!

Caught up in the terror are brides-to-be Roxy and Serenity, enjoying a bit of seclusion, sex, and steampunk erotica, on the night before their big day. However, when Porker X turns his undead eye on their cabin, these two will have to fight for their lives. Can they survive or will it be a Wedding Day of the Dead?

“With violence, language, and sexual antics all amped up way, way past 11, this definitely isn’t a book for the easily offended. But then, Hellbound has often made no bones about taking things to the extreme in a devilishly delicious way.”   – Starburst

Written by Matt Warner
Art by Paul Johnson
Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot.


Shock Value Giallo

TUESDAY 24TH OCTOBER AT 1:09PM | NO COMMENTS

Serial killers, zombies, and demons. All are among the menagerie of the macabre found within this latest horror anthology. Hellbound Media presents a collection of horrific tales inspired by the lurid aesthetic of Italian horror cinema which promises terror, obsession and disturbing horrors beyond description.

The new, 84-page horror anthology from Hellbound Media, featuring a range of artists both old and new. Artists include Atlantisvampir (‘Mandy the Monster Hunter: The Face in the Curtain’), Abigail Jill Harding (‘Elephantmen’), & Ed Machiavello (‘Flintlock’) among many others!

“The stories range in length and tone, although each contains an unmistakable feeling of dread”     – Horror Talk

Written by Mark Adams & Matt Warner
Art by Atlantisvampir, Anna Susanne, Ahmed Raafat, Ed Machiavello, Luca Cicchitti, Jamie Keys, Abigail Jill Harding, Bartolomeo Argentino, Jamie Chapman, Neil McClements, & Ilan.
Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot.


Shock Value Giallo PDF Edition

SATURDAY 14TH OCTOBER AT 6:24PM | NO COMMENTS

Digital PDF Edition (download link sent after purchase)

Serial killers, zombies, and demons. All are among the menagerie of the macabre found within this latest horror anthology. Hellbound Media presents a collection of horrific tales inspired by the lurid aesthetic of Italian horror cinema which promises terror, obsession and disturbing horrors beyond description.

The new, 84-page horror anthology from Hellbound Media, featuring a range of artists both old and new. Artists include Atlantisvampir (‘Mandy the Monster Hunter: The Face in the Curtain’), Abigail Jill Harding (‘Elephantmen’), & Ed Machiavello (‘Flintlock’) among many others!

“The stories range in length and tone, although each contains an unmistakable feeling of dread”     – Horror Talk

Written by Mark Adams & Matt Warner
Art by Atlantisvampir, Anna Susanne, Ahmed Raafat, Ed Machiavello, Luca Cicchitti, Jamie Keys, Abigail Jill Harding, Bartolomeo Argentino, Jamie Chapman, Neil McClements, & Ilan.
Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot.


Slaughterhouse Farm #4

WEDNESDAY 1ST FEBRUARY AT 2:50PM | NO COMMENTS

Welcome to the bloody finale! Who will survive and what will be left of them?

Slaughterhouse Farm returns for an epic conclusion as the grindhouse inspired horror comic reveals some of the twisted secrets behind the demonic Farmer! What is the truth behind the legend of the Bloody Bride!?

Written by Matt Warner and AJ Ballard.
Art by Arfon Jones.
Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot.


Slaughterhouse Farm #3

THURSDAY 1ST OCTOBER AT 11:09PM | NO COMMENTS

The most terrifying and disturbing trip to Slaughterhouse Farm yet!

Slaughterhouse Farm returns for its third outing as the grindhouse inspired horror comic reaches new heights of depravity and gore. Who will survive and what will be left of them?

Written by Matt Warner and AJ Ballard.
Art by Arfon Jones.
Lettering by Nikki Foxrobot.