What are the best Horror comic books?

  • #1
    Written on October 2, 2017
    Emma Campbell
    "Tales from the Crypt was one of my favorite TV shows back in the 90's so to see these comic books made me nostalgic. Of course these comics are what inspired the show and I have to be impressed that the creator of the Tales of the crypt comic had this much of a vision of horror back in the 1950s. They are well drawn, and well written and I would love to own at least part of this series!"
  • #2
    Written on October 2, 2017
    Robert Johnston
    "When looking for the best horror comic books, "From Hell" is definitely worth checking out! The story of Jack the Ripper is fascinating enough but then adding in some great fiction gives a stunning, intriguing story that's hard to put down."
  • #3
    Written on May 23, 2017
    Melissa Tucker
    "You can't go wrong with Alan Moore. As someone who isn't very into comics, Swamp Thing was a great point of entry for me. Complex and interesting with enough action to keep me engaged. Recommend!"
  • #4
    Written on January 12, 2017
    Amanda Jones
    "Although they call it a comic book, it is nothing like you are thinking. These are true graphic novels. I love The Walking Dead T.V. show and now I love these black and white comics. Do yourself a favor and start on the very first one, you won't want to miss a single page. Zombies everywhere, and very well written and illustrated."
  • #5
    Locke & Key

    $13 - Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft

    Written on July 13, 2017
    Marilyn Estrada
    "Locke and Key deserves every single amount of recognition it has gotten. It is definitely one of the best horror comic books. The story and characterization are amazing. It transports you, keeps you on the edge of your seat, and has you flipping the pages in eager anticipation."
  • #6
    Written on July 29, 2017
    Pamela Porter
    "Arkham Asylum is famous as the place the Joker is locked away....whenever he's locked away. This comic is full of horror and psychological fear when the patients/inmates of the asylum take over."
  • #7
    Written on October 2, 2017
    Joshua Ellis
    "Well Bunky, if like me those Stepeh King horror novels just have too many words and too many pages, then maybe comic books are more your cup of tea. Give me some dark colors on paper to help "paint the picture," and I'm a happy camper. If you want to talk about the best Horror comic books, you need to have sampled this one."
  • #8
    Written on October 2, 2017
    Russell Schneider
    "The book looked interesting, and it had high reviews on the Amazon page, so I checked it out. I'm very pleased with the story! This is one of the best horror comic books I have read, which was a pleasure to find out after not exactly being enthused by the TV series."
  • #9
    Written on April 15, 2017
    Wayne Larson
    "I have never heard of the book Nameless before but after checking the solution and looking at the very first pages of the book, it looks very interesting book. I do not know any other horror comic books and I think I will give a shot and read the Nameless."
  • #10
    Written on May 23, 2017
    Ethan Myers
    "Reading Hellblazer, it's hard not to be stunned by the wild visuals the artist is capable of creating. Laced in a dark horrific story line indignant of comic books, the vibrant and dark visuals are truly what make this book worth reading. Truly capable of unsettling thoughts that follow you long after you are done reading, this is definitely one of the best horror comics ever made."

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Best Horror comic books
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Tales from the Crypt E-books 183 Paid
2 From Hell E-books 154 Paid
3 The Swamp Thing by Alan Moore E-books 135 Paid
4 The Walking Dead E-books 118 Paid
5 Locke & Key E-books 97 Paid
6 Batman: Arkham Asylum comic E-books 82 Paid
7 Neonomicon E-books 57 Paid
8 Outcast E-books 43 Paid
9 Nameless E-books 21 Paid
10 Hellblazer: All His Engines E-books 8 Paid

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