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Bites of Terror

Ten Frightfully Delicious Tales

Liz Reed, Jimmy Reed


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Tuck into these darkly funny horror stories served as an utterly unforgettable graphic novel of hand-sculpted dioramas.

The Cake Creeper cordially invites you to a delicious and diabolical feast . . . where he’ll serve you a slice of tasty terror. Enter the world of Bites of Terror, a gleefully macabre anthology of cautionary tales. Meet an ice-cream cone who regrets a wish granted by a sinister salesman, a quarantined strawberry trying to escape a deathly mold outbreak, and a widowed watermelon dying to regrow her husband from a seed. In the tradition of Tales from the Crypt and other classic horror comics, Bites of Terror presents a tasty combination of horror and humor that reflects the human condition.

Praise For Bites of Terror: Ten Frightfully Delicious Tales

“A genre blend carefully considered, and seemingly designed for the movies weirdos that skulk the darkest corners of eBay on the hunt for out-of-print DVDs and even the more sordid VHS. It deals in the grim of humanity but never loses itself to its misery.”—Film School Rejects

“Playfully morbid...Filled with color and great artistic detail.”Book Riot

“Cutesy presentation, witty humor, and genuine depravity combine to create a memorably weird and wonderfully entertaining compilation.”Library Journal

“Funny and inventive.”The Free Lance-Star

“An absolute blast for those of us with very specific sensibilities...every page is clever and appealing, and every story is worth its salt.”—Forever Young Adult 

Quirk Books, 9781683691648, 144pp.

Publication Date: March 24, 2020

About the Author

Cuddles and Rage—aka Liz and Jimmy Reed—are the creators of a world of disturbingly cute stories. Their original webcomic featuring handmade dioramas of anthropomorphic foods has expanded into books, animation, and product design. Their clients include Netflix, HarperCollins, TLC, and the Science Channel. They live and work in the DC area.