Irreverent, Poe-inspired tales of mystery and inebriation return in a new series in time for Halloween!
Edgar Allan Poe returns this Fall with another horror and drunken fueled anthology guaranteed to create laughs this spooky season. It's got everything from chocolate vampires and fruit-filled frankenstein in an all-new Monster Serials thriller to a tale of Poe as a mere boy to a chess game against a mysterious mechanical being to the birth of monsters! But, really, could 19th centrury doctors be any messier?
Mark Russell is the GLAAD and Eisner Award-winning writer behind The Flintstones, Second Coming, Billionaire Island, Superman: Space Age and Batman: Dark Age, as well as many other comic book series. He is also the author of two books.
Stuart Moore is a writer, a book editor, and an award-winning comics editor. His books include the Marvel Crisis Protocol novels Target: Kree and Into the Dark Dimension (Aconyte Books)) and three volumes of the New York Times bestselling series The Zodiac Legacy (Disney Press), cowritten with Stan Lee. Stuart’s comics include the original sci-fi series Captain Ginger, Highball (both AHOY Comics), and EGOs (Image), as well as Deadpool the Duck (Marvel) and Firestorm (DC). His other writing includes prose and comics set in the universes of Stargate, The Transformers, Conan the Barbarian, Redwall, and Star Trek.
Tom Peyer - AHOY Comics' editor-in-chief's long, curly hair was declared "best in comics" by the influential social media account Comics In The Golden Age. He has written such comics as Penultiman, Hashtag: Danger, High Heaven, Legion of Super-Heroes, Hourman, and Marvel Team-Up. One of the original editors of DC Comics' Vertigo imprint, today he writes and edits AHOY comics from a house across from a cemetery in a leafy suburb of Syracuse, NY.
Frank Cammuso is the Chief Creative Officer of AHOY Comics. He also created the graphic novel series Knights of the Lunch Table from Graphix/Scholastic. Frank drew the comic Otto’s Orange Day and Otto’s Backwards Day for Toon-Books. He also wrote and drew his self-published graphic novel Max Hamm Fairy Tale Detective, for which he received an Eisner nomination.
Frank is the former award-winning political cartoonist for The Post-Standard newspaper in Syracuse, NY. His cartoons have been reprinted in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today and Newsweek.
He has written fiction and satire with his good friend Hart Seely. Their work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Slate, and on National Public Radio. He’s the co-author of 2007-Eleven and Other American Comedies.