REVIEWS OF THE LONDON HORROR COMIC
London Horror Comic 4 voted Best Horror Anthology in ComicMonsters.com Horror Comic 2012 Awards. http://www.horrornewsnetwork.net/ftopict-20419.html
"Good stuff here from major new talent John-Paul Kamath, far too good, in fact, Enjoy London Horror Comic while you can, because I'm going to have him killed."
Garth Ennis, Writer Preacher and Punisher
"A combination of the sensibilities of a '70s Warren anthology with the production values of the Marvel Max imprint. Sickeningly slick and horrifyingly funny."
BBC comedian Stewart Lee, director of the award-winning musical, Jerry Springer: The Opera.
"There is some sterling sequential story telling going on here. This remains one of the best small press titles that money can buy."
Review of London Horror Comic #2 in Sfx Magazine, the UK's biggest Sci-Fi Magazine with over 30,000 readers.
"The short story "Reach Out" is brilliant!"
Joshua Dysart, writer of DC Vertigo's Unknown Soldier
"Memorable stories that really stick with you. London Horror Comic is an impressive and original horror anthology series."
"'Reach Out' is a love story, but the most unusual one I've ever seen. Short, horrific, yet moving as well."
Patti Martison - sequentialtart.com on issue 2
'Who Knows?' was definitely the most thought-provoking piece, showing considerable depth in only a few pages. "
Patti Martison - sequentialtart.com on issue 1
"I was blown away by the incredible look and feel of the comic, from the polished artwork to the continuous flow of each story. A definite must read for horror anthology fans especially if you enjoy your horror laced with a little humour."
Comicnews.info - Gary Rodrigue
"London Horror Comic Issue 2 is surely one of the finest anthology collections around. Don't miss it."
Zone Horror TV
"There's no doubt about it LONDON HORROR COMIC is one comic book that's worth the four-dollar price. "
- Girls Entertainment Network
"If you're a horror fan this is a must-read."
- Geeking Out Comic Peek O The Week
"Reach Out" is a story without words and it really does not need them. The drawings speak for themselves. A woman reaches out only to find things are not as they seem. Life is f**ked up. 4 out of 5 stars.
Richard Vasseur - Jazma Online
"London Horror Comic contains the perfect balance of chuckles and chills."
"From the humorous to the disturbing...the creators have a great understanding of various horror genres and how to effectively convey them."
"I laughed out loud."
Ian Rattray, founder FILM4 Frightfest Film Festival, the UK's biggest Horror Film Festival
Noise To Signal
"Laugh out loud funny, like a horror Curb Your Enthusiasm. Kamath shows serious talent."
SFX Magazine - Review of issue 1