Comics writers have fertile imaginations and great story-telling skill. Here they step out from behind the artists to show off their prose writing abilities. Included in this volume are: "Louise," a tale from Max Allan Collins about his comic book detective, Ms. Tree, "Toto, I Have a Feeling We're Not in Kansas Anymore," a humorous science fiction tale about some odd mayhem taking place at an amusement park that hadn't been there the day before, "The Black '59," a rock'n'roll horror story about a guitar that holds the soul of a musician, a crime story by Kurt Busiek, "Life in Fur," which is about as sensitive, caring, and sweet as a werewolf story should be, and five more.
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DELICIOUSLY SCARY READ!User Review - Shangrelahladie - Borders
This is a very good read. It is shocking and horrifying all in one in the best of ways. It is deliciously scary. My favorite story in this book is "The Black '59" written by the talented Bill Mumy and ... Read full review
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Ring of Fire Mike Baron
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