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In writer/artist David Lloyd’s “The Big Snooze,” a mutt with a nose for trouble takes a bite out of crime—literally. In “The Initiation” (written by Joe R. Lansdale and Rick Klaw, with art by Tony Salmons), a trio of teens faces their biggest fears outside the local convenience store. And in “Electric Chinese Death” (written by Richard Bruning, with art by Mark Chiarello), a pair of mob enforcers wander into the wrong part of Chinatown.
About the Author
Joe R. Lansdale (b. 1951) is the author of more than 40 novels and numerous short stories in a range of genres, including Western, horror, science fiction, mystery, and suspense. He has received the Edgar Award and eight Bram Stoker Awards, and several of his books have been adapted into films. He is best known for his Hap Collins and Leonard Pine mystery series, set in the fictional town of LaBorde in East Texas. He lives with his family in Texas.