Papercutz Publishing has resurrected Tales From The Crypt, the 1950s scary comic book series, and the terrifying tales are all set to haunt a new generation of readers.
Editor Jim Salicrup says the series is meant for all ages, but is having a hard time finding an in-between with kids today and older people who actually read the originals.
He says, People call me and say the story is good, but the artworks not the same. Its like the classic movie Frankenstein. Kids today see it as boring, and that means it needs to keep evolving.
But the scary series isnt meant for the hard-core blood and guts fan.
Salicrup says, This is for a whole new generation thats discovering comics. Kids love horror, and we keep thinking of all sorts of deaths for horrible people.
Tales From The Crypt is out now in bookstores.
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