From the writer of Malevolents ‘Click Click’ and illustrated by the talents of Barney Bodoano comes a whole new supernatural tale of terror on Britain’s remote south coast.
‘After accepting a last minute job request from an old client, American photographer, Rebecca finds herself alone in one of the most remote parts of Britain’s South Coast.
Amidst the mist swept fields and superstitious townsfolk, Rebecca will soon find out that there are worst threats than simply not finishing her job on time….
Including a foreword from legendary British writer / comedian Reece Shearsmith (League of Gentlemen, Psychoville, Inside No.9)
“It grabs you from the start and demands that you follow the narrative to its spine tingling conclusion.” -Reece Shearsmith
“Burgess has not only conjured up a classic
ghost story that is actually scary, but also
folklore that is completely plausible.”
Managing to be engaging and terrifying, The Eyrie should be top of the ‘to buy’ list for fans of horror comics new and old.
The story pulls you in and races off coming to a neat conclusion giving us some nicely crafted characters and menacing supernatural villains along the way.
Drenched in foreboding, sinister atmosphere akin to The Wicker Man and The Woman in Black,
The Eyrie is more than a horror comic; it’s a suspenseful, Gothic tale of the supernatural,
begging to be read in a dark parlor by flickering firelight.
There’s a real chill to these pages, like the stalking horror is preparing to launch itself out of the frame and into our real world, which makes this a wonderful choice for midnight reading. Just don’t forget to leave the lights on. 10/10
edge-of-the-seat scary but impossible to turn away from and the story lingers long after you’ve found out the outcome.
Expect a grim tale that’s assembled beautifully
“genuinely eerie and unnerving – uncanny in the best crepuscular tradition of our field.”
Thom has earned his dance among the ghosts. He stepped onto the floor with Malevolents, and the
creative choreography within The Eyrie’s pages will pull you in just long enough to stop your heart