DIGITAL

PARTNERS

Buy

Caliber

Books at:


A PREMIER COMIC AND GRAPHIC NOVEL PUBLISHER

The Jermyns have lived in their gothic estate in Cambridgeshire for centuries. Explorers and adventurers, they are a wild and violent bunch with a cursed, black history of sudden murder and blood. Until the birth of Arthur Jermyn. As brutal as his ancestors, Arthur also seems to possess a calmer, more intellectual side. These two halves seem to war for possession of Arthur’s soul as he researches the Jermyns’ past, hoping to find a reason or origin for his family’s wicked ways.

The U.S.S. Augustus is a nuclear submarine. It’s crew is unaccustomed to picking up castaways, especially on uncharted islands in the middle of the Atlantic. But that is where the Augustus finds Emma Loveless, sole survivor of a private jet crash. Discovered also is a strange statue of a monstrous sea god killing a whale. The Pentagon contacts Marcus Steed who informs the military the stature is not of a sea god but an elder god once worshipped by the Philistines as Dagon.

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Octavio Cariello


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351610

​$7.99US

Here are a number of individual H.P. Lovecraft stories that are presented in their original Lovecraft text along with a

uniquely modern day comic adaptation. Digital versions of these stories only contain the comic adaptation.

AVAILABLE AT:

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Rob Davis


Pages: 48

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351597

​$7.99US

Collected and made available are many of H.P. Lovecraft's written works - some in their original text and comic book adapted form.

Max Finn stays at a rundown rooming house and does not know his fellow boarders, but one sad, mute street musician named Erich Zann, gets his attention. Each night, the old man plays haunting melodies on his violins. Melodies that plague Finn’s dreams and give him nightmares about an impossible cosmic land ruled by Nyarlathotep, the messenger of the elder gods

Do ghosts exist? Since childhood Jervas Dudley has visited a secluded and locked tomb on his family’s Rhode Island estate. Dudley believes he can commune with the ancestral ghosts who inhabit the tomb, many of whom mysteriously perished during a wicked party over 200 years ago when a fire consumed the Dudley’s first estate. Is Dudley mad?

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Aldin Baroza


Pages: 48

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351580

​$7.99US

AVAILABLE AT:

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Octavio Cariello


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351559

​$7.99US

H.P. LOVECRAFT: Reanimator Tales

 

The tales originally known as Grewsome Tales and later dubbed Herbert West-Reanimator are presented here in newly edited versions. In addition, Steven Philip Jones provides an all new Reanimator tale plus the script for the audio version of From the Dark. As a bonus, the essay from Lovecraft, Supernatural Horror in Literature is presented in this collection.

H.P. LOVECRAFT: Early Stories

 

A collection of selected early works of the horror master, H.P. Lovecraft. There are nine stories presented in their original texts. Included here: The Alchemist, The Tomb, Dagon, Beyond the Wall of Sleep, The Statement of Randolph Carter, Arthur Jermyn, The Picture in the House, The Music of Erich Zann, and The Lurking Fear. Each of the stories is accompanied by spot illustrations from a diverse group of comic book talents to reflect the mood of each story.

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft,

Steven Philip Jones, S.T. Joshi

Editor: Gary Reed

Art by: Terry Pavlet


Pages: 148

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351623

​$14.99US

AVAILABLE AT:

ALL ​AVAILABLE

DIGITALLY AT:

AVAILABLE AT:

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Editor: S.T. Joshi

Introduction: Steven Philip Jones


Art by: Tim Shay, Demone Amerson, Aldin Baroza, David DeVera, Donald England, Thomas Finley, Bruce Gerlach, Tony Miello, Wayne Reid, Joshua 

Werner


Pages: 112

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351631

​$12.99US

EARLY STORIES

ON-LINE

RETAILERS

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Wayne Reid


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351542

​$7.99US

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Octavio Cariello


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351573

​$7.99US

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Sergio Cariello


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351566

​$7.99US

AVAILABLE AT:

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Christopher Jones


Pages: 48

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351603

​$7.99US

Denys Barry is convinced that telepathy is possible and his clinical research support his hypothesis. But Barry’s research is jeopardized after he suffers violent seizure during on experiment during which he sputters “cosmic” nonsense. Soon after Barry discovers that a criminal patient named Joe Slaader was admitted into Oakdale at the same as Barry’s outburst. Barry is convinced his mind somehow tapped into Slaader’s delusion.

REANIMATOR TALES

AVAILABLE AT:

AVAILABLE AT:

Lorraine Claude is fascinated with the morbid and weird. It is an interest she has turned into a profitable career as a publisher of lurid non-fiction. And the most recent novel from one of her most popular authors, Pytr Knoll has her captivated. The book deals with lurid events committed in lonely New England farmhouses since the days of the Puritans. Claude cannot get Knoll’s accounts out of her mind, and she decides to take a weekend drive into the New England country and explore one of these farmhouses for herself.

Inexplicable murders in the Catskills. A Hooverville of squatters plummets into a gigantic sinkhole during a ferocious thunderstorm, where their bodies are torn apart and devoured as if by some pack of wild animals. Arthur Munroe, a journalist at the scene, follows a trail of legends to an abandoned Dutch colonial mansion at the top of one of the nearby mountains.

AVAILABLE AT:

For over 600 years the male descendants of the Chabrillane family have all inexplicably perished on their 32nd birthday. The legend of the curse began the night Henri Chabrillane, killed the alchemist Michel Mauvis. Michel’s son, Charles, Le Sorcier cursed the Chabrillanes. Henri was 32 years old that night, and no male descendant has lived to see age 33. Now, the last Count de Chabrillane is about to turn 32.

Harley Warren is an expert on violent criminals and assists the FBI in their profiling and pursuit of criminals who tend to be on the bizarre side. Warren believes in exploring the darker side of man, especially those who seek to live in the shadows of normalcy. When Warren reads The Necronomicon that can reveal the darkest and oldest mysteries of the stygian unknown, Warren wastes no time packing up his reluctant chronicler and assistant, Randolph Carter, to explore the site.

Written by: H.P. Lovecraft

Adapted by: Steven Philip Jones

Art by: Octavio Cariello


Pages: 50

Print: Black and White

Softcover

ISBN: 978-1942351535

​$7.99US

NOW OPEN. Use coupon CALIBER25 and receive 25% off your order.

AVAILABLE AT:

AVAILABLE AT:

AVAILABLE AT:

PRESENTED BY

CALIBER COMICS