Strange Stories for Strange People is an anthology of 5 beautifully written stories containing elements of fantasy, horror, psychological thriller, sci-fi, and drama. If Tales From the Crypt and The Twilight Zone had a strange little baby that grew into a graphic novel, it would be called Strange Stories For Strangely People.
You get 5 stories written by underground artist Dirk Strangely and illustrated by 5 talented master illustrators ranging in various creatively impressive styles. This 80 page Graphic Novel captures the essence of classic horror-style comics with a modern-day twist and new fresh stories that will captivate all lovers of horror and bizarre. I can't wait for you to see the interior pages beautifully and masterfully illustrated in black and white with extreme attention to detail.
Dirk Strangely collaborated with four of his favorite illustrators in the comic industry. Miggy Aguilar, Mark Lyons, Jarrod Perez, and Hollywood storyboard icon Steve Werblun are undiscovered gems. The BEST part about this graphic novel is that not only are these stories well-written and take you to the wildest parts of my imagination, but this book also has FIVE different masterfully illustrated art styles YOU WILL LOVE!
About the Author
He is known for producing impressive stylized art using not only traditional media but other various materials such as incense, coffee, and blood oranges. He is influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, Edward Gorey, Caravaggio, Dave McKean, Dr. Suess, and Ralph Steadman.
Houston-native artist, Mark is a master of the technical pen. You have never seen detail and style like his before. Mark is influenced by David Lynch and various other underground creatives that no one knows about but really should. Mark is one of the most creative and mind blowing talented illustrators that most will ever meet. When you get your book, grab a magnifying glass and check out all of the detail Mark puts into his work. It will blow your mind. His style and mood set the stage perfectly for, "In the Dead of Night."
Table of Contents
The Poplar Tree - 1
In the Dead of Night - 11
Song of the Dead - 33
Cook and the Pusher - 55
Beth Anne - 65