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COMIX: “Deadline of Death” by Jason Paulos


 

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About EEEK!
“Deadline of Death” is a short horror story that appeared in Jason Paulos’ EEEK! horror anthology series.

EEEK! is a retro-style anthology of all-new horror tales is guaranteed to give you the eeries and the creepies!  Taking a pinch of black humour from EC comics and mixing it with the art stylings of House of Mystery and Warren comics, EEEK! blends a heady broth that hits you like a burning incense stick to the retina. Jason Paulos delivers the goods with over 15 tales of revenge, zombies, vampires, ghouls and monsters. Each tale drawn in a different style reminiscent of the B&W horror mags of the 70’s and 80’s. 

EEEK! the ongoing series is available digitally from Comixology, Comicsplus (iVerse), My Digital Comics, Drive Thru Comics and also available in ePub format from Kindle, iBooks, Kobo, and over 300 more digital storefronts worldwide (just search title and creator)

EEEK! Vol. 1 is available from Asylum Press

About Jason Paulos
Jason Paulos exploded onto the Australian comics scene in 1989 with the first self published issue of ‘Hairbutt The Hippo’, the story of a hard boiled anthropomorphic private eye roaming the seedy underbelly of a future city. Over the years Jason has regularly contributed to Australian MAD magazine (over 100 pages of Hairbutt strips), DC comics (5 page Green Lantern story for Bizarro Comics book 2), Judge Dredd Megazine (wrote and drew 16 page horror story called ‘Easy Prey’) and published a dozen Hairbutt comics.  He also drew for the Australian MAD Magazine. He’s now busy writing, drawing and publishing the second series of ‘EEEK!’ books.

Jason Paulos’ “The Green Fairy” tale can bee seen in Heavy Metal #271

 

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Published on: January 27, 2015

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  1. […] things ramp up, the regular Heavy Metal website is publishing some short comics such as “Deadline of Death” by Jason Paulos, (shown above) a satisfyingly ECish tale of a deal with the devil to work for […]

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