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In IDW Publishing’s new series Dead Seas, coming this December, ghosts are real and dangerous, but they’re also valuable, their ectoplasm capable of curing countless diseases.  There’s only one problem: harvesting their ectoplasm can be just as deadly.  Enter Gus Ortiz, a prisoner willing to take the risk in return for a reduced sentence—anything to see his daughter again.  All it will take is a few months at sea scraping ectoplasm off the walls of the Perdition, a floating prison containing the most vicious ghosts on Earth.  But here are even more terrors for Gus to worry about in this Lovecraftian horror adventure.

From the mind of Star Wars comics writer Cavan Scott and Scot Star Wars artist Nick Brokenshire, Dead Seas is an original story coming to comic shops monthly.  Take a look inside the first issue in this preview, courtesy of IDW Publishing:

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Review by C.J. Bunce

Midnight Mass is Netflix’s follow-on series to its successful horror story, The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor.  Continuing to employ cast and crew from that series, Midnight Mass was the brainchild and pet project of creator Mike Flanagan, who has amassed his own portfolio of horror thrillers, directing everything from Oculus to the sequel to The Shining to the Ouija Board movie.  In Abbie Bernstein’s look behind the movie, Midnight Mass: The Art of Horror, fans of horror and Flanagan’s work will encounter more than the steps to get this series from idea to your television screen.

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We were supposed to get a new Halloween sequel with Jamie Lee Curtis, but COVID got in the way.  But don’t fret.  Borrowing the creative team and some cast members from The Haunting of Hill House, as Halloween season approaches fans of ghost stories can get their fix next month with Netflix’s The Haunting of Bly Manor Loosely based on Henry James 1898 horror tale The Turn of the Screw (although we can’t yet see how), the series will offer up nine episodes.

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