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If a reader is till interested in getting some fun spooky reads, ComiXology Originals has something special in store for you. Readers have something to pick out in this scary collection that is terrifyingly unique and very much within the realms of the horror genre.

Back in July, ComiXology Originals announced that Scott Snyder of Best Jackett Press would be releasing eight new titles for the exclusive digital comics line. Snyder would be collaborating with some of the biggest artists in comics. The lineup included such A-list artists such as Rafael Albuquerque, Greg Capullo, Francesco Francavilla, Jamal Igle, Jock, Tula Lotay, Francis Manapul, and Dan Panosian. Veteran comics editor Will Dennis would also be overseeing the books.

Here are 5 spooky ComiXology Originals to get you ready for Halloween 2021:

5) We Have Demons!

“The conflict between good and evil is about to come to a head when a teenage hero embarks on a journey that unveils a secret society, monsters, and mayhem.”

4) Night of the Ghoul!

“A dazzling work of horror, intercutting between the present-day narrative and the story of a lost horror film.”

3) Clear!

“A sci-fi mystery thrill-ride into a strange dystopian future, where a neurological internet connection is transforming reality.”

2) The Writing!

So you may remember Scott Snyder from his epic Dark Knight titles, such as Metal and Death Metal. But before he started working on Batman, he also rebooted the Dracula lore with American Vampire and twisted a coming-of-age tale with Severed. So when I see Snyder’s name attached, you bet I’m going all in to read these horror titles!

1) The Artists!

So before Greg Capullo worked with Snyder on Batman, he also did the artwork for Spawn and We Have Demons. If you loved zombies attacking Riverdale in Afterlife with Archie, then you’re going to enjoy Francesco Francavilla’s Night of the Ghoul. And artist Francis Manapul (The Flash) brings in the neon stylish look in this cool sci-fi thriller, Clear

Readers can pick out their spooky reads from here: 

By Jorge Solis