Hallows Fell

Ghoster

A young man attempts to survive The Gallowing, the deadly initiation into the secret Guild of Ghosters, five families of Malevolent hunters that have protected Britain from evil spirits for centuries. To complete his mission and join the ranks of his ancestors he must hunt down a Malevolent in the most haunted house in London or die trying.
 

Acclaimed comic writer Thom Burgess (Malevolents,The Eyrie) and award-winning filmmaker Toby Meakins (Breathe, Floor 9.5) have teamed up to create GHOSTER – A dark, supernatural world with a rich hidden history that spans centuries and reaches across continents. A world where the malevolent spirits that feed on the pain, suffering and death of humans are only kept at bay by an almost extinct band of malevolent hunters, who literally become ghosts to hunt ghosts.

 

Reviews 

 

“ It moves at an exciting pace that doesn’t waste a moment.” Super Powered Fancast
 

“An Epic Canvas” Rue Morgue
 

“GHOSTER works like a pilot for a TV show, giving us an idea of what to expect from this world and the never-ending battle against evil these characters are in the middle of. This is most definitely a book to watch and I hope we get to see a lot more from this world soon..” HorrorDNA

 

“With a heavy focus on action, Burgess and Meakins have also made sure to sprinkle in a strong dose of horror and suspense, making this a particularly enjoyable read” DreadCentral

 

 

Hallows Fell

If in October you do marry, love will come but riches tarry – In the depths of the English countryside, businessman Simon, is eager to get home and celebrate his house warming with his fiance. Unfortunately
something else in the ancient woodland is hungry for Simon’s attention.

 

From the writer of acclaimed supernatural horrors ‘Malevolents – Click Click’ and ‘The Eyrie’
comes a whole new haunting tale of terror.

 

“Drawing on the traditional superstitions of Kent’s eerie Blue Bell Hill, Thom weaves an unnerving atmosphere.”
Corin Hardy (Director of ‘The Hallow’ & ‘The Nun’)

 

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Reviews:

“With Hallows Fell, Burgess has written a ghost story that draws a lot of inspiration from several classic folk stories, but also feels original and unique.” Horror Geek Life

 

“With a stunning level of detail that you won’t find in many other black and white comics – definitely worth a read” Dread Central

 

“HALLOWS FELL is an excellent one-shot that keeps you on your toes. Supernatural stories may be abundant, but Burgess adds new flavor to the recipe.Comicsverse