Synopses & Reviews
This omnibus collection of Thomas Ott's short shock-ending horror stories --imagine E.C. Comics done with no words, and executed in an impossibly lush black-and-white scratchboard style--collects material originally published in three (now out of print) thin European style "graphic albums" during the 1980s and 1990s, plus a few extras. Presented in the same deluxe format as the now sold-out (for which a softcover release is planned for 2011) and , offers up an even dozen tales of murder, suicide, oppression, terror, mutilation, crime, marital strife, and nuclear annihilation.
Horror tales of the deepest, darkest black.
About the Author
Thomas Ott lives in Zurich, Switzerland, where he creates animation, is the lead singer of a band called The Playboys, and continues to draw political cartoons, comics and caricatures for various European newspapers and magazines. His books include The Number 73304-23-4153-6-96-8, Cinema Panopticum, T. Ott's Tales of Error, Dead End, Greetings from Hellville, and R.I.P.: Best of 1985-2004.