Moments of pop culture revolution come at certain intervals — ones that are dictated by a myriad of factors: politics, technology, and even geological patterns. But what about monsters? In MONSTER WORLD, Detective Hank Barrymore becomes part of a pop culture movement when he investigates murders taking place on the set of a famous film studio. What he uncovers is both disturbing and supernatural: monsters under the control of occult groups, used as props and passed off as expensive makeup effects! Behind everything is John Price, whom Barrymore may remember from a particularly bizarre battle fought during World War I…
Nothing is as it seems in MONSTER WORLD, which fuses hard-boiled crime fiction with monsters and black magic. Horror maven Steve Niles has teamed up with AGP Publisher Philip Kim to tell the story, with celebrated noir artist Piotr Kowalski inking the pages with smoke and whiskey.
The publishing division of Famous Monsters will debut Echo Lake’s crime thriller in December, followed by several Silver Scream Festival winners — WHISPER IN THE WOODS, BLACK SUNDAY, and HAG — in early 2019.read more
We're back! American Gothic Press deeply apologizes for the long delay between new series. The office was adversely affected by the Northern California fires of October 2017, and it took us a while to put the pieces back together and bring you something truly awesome....read more
Believe it or not, comic book characters aren't just barfed onto a page fully-formed like Athena springing out of Zeus's head. Classic superhero characters get countless redesigns, and so do their noir and horror counterparts. When AGP hired on Piotr Kowalski for...read more