What with the waning output of many of the genre's most prolific filmmakers, horror has faced something of an identity crisis. While some legends behind the camera have either passed away or struggled to adapt their authorial styles to the changes of the current moment, others have simply opted to break free from the conventions of the macabre completely, trading in their body of work's horror-specific elements for ambitions of the genre-bending sort. This dramatic shift begs the question: Which bold artistic voices are next to take the reins? Diabolique #19 seeks to answer this very question, with interviews with everyone from modern auteurs like Vincenzo Natali, to seasoned greats working to maintain relevancy like Dario Argento, and many more. You'll soon find there is life after the "Masters of Horror."
In Shops: Feb 12, 2014
SRP: $9.98
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PREVIEWS Prevue: Cullen Bunn's The Brothers Dracul From AfterShock

“I'm thrilled to be working on BROTHERS DRACUL, a 15th century horror tale that explores the "true" history of the infamous Vlad the Impaler. With this book, we've brought the entire creative team of UNHOLY GRAIL along. I'm working with artist Mirko Colak, colorist Maria Santaolalla, and letterer Simon Bowland once again. We had so much fun telling a horror story with King Arthur as its central figure, we had to get the gang back together for this story, featuring one of the most shocking icons of horrific history!” -Cullen Bunn