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The Latest Volume of the World's Premier Annual Showcase of Horror and Dark Fantasy Fiction.
Tales of Terror (Eclipse Comics 1985)- This 13 comic set features consistently awesome cover art and consistently lame stories. Gun Fighters In Hell (1993 Rebel Studios)- Gun Fighters In Hell is created and illustrated by Joe Vigil who I assume is brother of the considerably more talented Tim Vigil who produces the amazingly detailed and complexly drawn Faust for Rebel Studios. As I was saying, Gun Fighters In Hell tells the story of Anna Sinbuck and her quest to stop demon gun slingers from leaving hell and destroying the earth.
Anna Sinbuck with the head of Cerebus, she is well drawn but what is up with the crappy demon in the cowboy hat?! Faust Act 10 (1993 Rebel Studios)- This is the only Faust comic I have but I can definitely say it has some of the best art in town. Son of 6 (#1, Virus Comix 2009)- Son of 6 is a comic similar to Faust in that it features many demonic happenings, nudity, a demon with giant claws on each hand, and a mask similar to Faust's! Psycho Hunter 666 (#1 of 3, Boneyard Press 2006)- Psycho Hunter 666 predates Son of 6 and features similar carnage-filled romps through hell! From the three Beyond the Grave comics which Uncle Jack has read, he can scientifically conclude that they are stupid and suck!!!! An example of one of the crappier stories from Martha Splatterhead's Maddest Stories Ever Told! Bringing together the finest names in comic book horror, this volume features nearly 50 comics that caused a furor in the US and sparked legislation to crack down on explicit horror—from the 1940s to the 21st century. Horror remains the world's leading annual anthology dedicated solely to presenting the best in contemporary horror fiction. The two stories which take place in this comic mini-series are very wordy and quite boring however.
Vigil is trying too hard to be cool, that name alone is reason not to read this series!!!!!
Very sick stuff, there is a nice scene where Faust gets his head shoved in the slimy crotch of a giant demon with both male and female genitalia. The artist and creator Ju Gomez is as can be expected- not the caliber of artist that Tim Vigil is (few are) but he pieces together an interesting tale of demonic butchery that seems perfect material for a death metal album!!!

The comic reads like the lyrics from a death metal song, spitting out the names of demons and demonic places that one would need some kind of bibliography to understand! The art is generally pretty weak, the stories blow, and the only thing they have going for them are the advertisements for mind control books, weight gaining secrets, ninja weapons, etc.!!!
Who would have guessed that the "splatter rock" band The Accused had a comic about their favorite character- Martha Splatterhead?!!!!
Includes names like Steve Niles, Pete Von Sholly, Michael Kaluta, Mike Ploog, Rudy Palais, Rand Holmes, Vincent Locke, Frank Brunner, and many more.
The "live ammunition" is living, demon bullets with sharp teeth and ugly tongues!
The only problem with this comic is that its' hero, Faust- is a rather blatant rip-off of Marvel's Wolverine, just stupider looking. There is nothing wrong with being tossed into a confusing world of satanic butchery however! The stories in the comics are just reprints of old ones which were originally printed in the 50s-70s!!!!
After his creation this Faust type monstrosity goes to Earth or some other human place and starts tearing people apart!!! Sloane, Box X, Dennis Worden, some dude with a weird pyramid symbol for a name, Michael Dowers, Jeff Gaither, Stevo Winters, Jim Blanchard, Mary Fleener and Peter Bagge!! There was way too much time spent on making intricate scenes for these books considering the quality of the story and the quality of Joe Vigil's art. Now is when things become more difficult to understand, the reader is suddenly taken to a sanitarium where a giant, muscle-bound, angry dude who looks like he just got off tour with his heavy metal band begins killing people and then escapes!! The comic also includes a flexi-disc record with a single of "Straight Razor (Going for the Throat)"!!!! The inside art even looks like someone took stills from an old horror film and drew over them, highly realistic and consistent illustration.
As is true of Gomez's other works there are pages which are very detailed and others which are less so and are clearly more hastily drawn!
Sloane and Jeff Gaither have the greatest quantity of art in the comic which is good since Uncle Jack considers them to be the best artists of the bunch!!!

There are also 2 anti-drunk driving stories which appear in the series, I don't want to read a whole story only to discover it is a lame device for someone to convey their anti-drunk driving message.
Pencil marks can still be seen on some of the pages which is interesting and results in an more raw look!
The text for some of these pages was typed onto blank paper and then laid on top of the drawings which is interesting because one can tell this and slightly see through them to the picture behind! The two did the art for a two page spread of Accused logo concepts which is featured in the book, as well as a radical two page spread of "Martha's House of Horrors" (see below)- awesome and strange, psychedelic-gore artwork!!!!!
If you find these comics somewhere really cheap, their covers will make nice wall decorations, don't spend as much money as I did to obtain the whole collection. Being the newest of Gomez's comics the art does seem more refined and I would say this is his best work yet! There is also a double page spread where the comic board "Blue Line Pro" which comics are often drawn on can be seen in the back ground of one of the pages, some sort of strange printing error but it gives one an idea of the scale of the comic's production, nothing anyone would see happening at Marvel, but again it is interesting not problematic!
Some of the demonic references in this book seem to relate to Gomez's earlier work "Psycho Hunter 666" (see below) so if it were very important to one to know exactly what is happening, Psycho Hunter 666 should probably be read first, but understanding this is highly over-rated!!! Some pages are better illustrated than others, but overall a good, blasphemous read which often features some pretty intense shading work!!!!
Most of the stories (all of which are about Martha) are pretty dumb and fail to be funny like they are supposed to be!!! Apparently it took 3 years for this comic to materialize after the members of The Accused came up with the idea!!! Uncle Jack has not researched whether any more Martha Splatterhead comics were made, however, considering that it took 3 years for the first issue to come out and the band only released one more album after the comic's release, it is doubtful they they were together for long enough for another comic to be made!!!!!

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