“LOVED THIS BOOK! Very clever writing and amazing art. I’m a huge fan of comics and short horror stories like the Twilight Zone and Tales from the Crypt. This book made me laugh, cry, and it creeped me out in a fun way. I highly recommend it to anyone who grew up reading goosebumps although Strange Stories For Strange People is a bit more for young Adults and Adults.”
“I’ve been a fan of short story anthologies since I was a kid, especially the strange, spooky, and creepy variety. Strange Stories for Strange People reminds me of those in the best ways; just enough creepy shivers and unexpected twists, with the occasional laugh to keep you on edge. Good stuff!”
“Wow! The art in this is great. I love how each story has a different artist that compliments it. Ooooh! I LOVE Muffins too. He’s so cute. I want a little stuffed version of him to squeeze. Anyone who loves creepy short stories is in for a treat. I hope they do more!”
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Strange Stories for Strange People is an anthology of 5 beautifully written stories containing elements of fantasy, horror, psychological thriller, sci-fi, and drama. If Tales From the Crypt and The Twilight Zone had a strange little baby that grew into a graphic novel, it would be called Strange Stories For Strangely People.
You get 5 stories written by underground artist Dirk Strangely and illustrated by 5 talented master illustrators ranging in various creatively impressive styles. This 80 page Graphic Novel captures the essence of classic horror-style comics with a modern-day twist and new fresh stories that will captivate all lovers of horror and bizarre. I can’t wait for you to see the interior pages beautifully and masterfully illustrated in black and white with extreme attention to detail.
Dirk Strangely collaborated with four of his favorite illustrators in the comic industry. Miggy Aguilar, Mark Lyons, Jarrod Perez, and Hollywood storyboard icon Steve Werblun are undiscovered gems. The BEST part about this graphic novel is that not only are these stories well-written and take you to the wildest parts of my imagination, but this book also has FIVE different masterfully illustrated art styles YOU WILL LOVE!
Check out some sample pages and a little more about the artists…
The Poplar Tree – Jarrod Perez – Multiple published works including Screw and Rock in Time.
In the Dead of Night – Mark Lyons – Previously unpublished absolute rock star with a pen.
Song of the Dead – Miggy Aguilar – Previously unpublished award-winning cartoonist.
Cook and the Pusher – Steve Werblun – Previously unpublished Hollywood storyboardist and primary courtroom artist for the OJ Simpson and Michael Jackson trials.
Beth Anne – Dirk Strangely – Multiple published works including Graveyard Girl, Myrtle’s Broken Turtle, work with Legends of the Dark Crystal, etc.
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About Author Dirk Strangely
Residing in Houston, Texas, Dirk is an underground fine artist. He is a mixed media artist with a taste for the bizarre, dead trees, cats, old weird prohibition music, and exotic junkyards. He lives in a box made of wood, sheet rock, and miscellaneous junk amongst a hive of other human and animal-based creatures. Dirk was born in Las Vegas, Nevada and spent the majority of his childhood rebuilding old radios and communicating with aliens.
He is known for producing impressive stylized art using not only traditional media but other various materials such as incense, coffee, and blood oranges. He is influenced by the likes of Tom Waits, Edward Gorey, Caravaggio, Dave McKean, Dr. Suess, and Ralph Steadman.
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About Silverback Publishing
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Our goal is simple… to pair compelling storytelling with stunning art in order to give readers the best experience possible.
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