EARLY HAUNTS : A Graphic Novel of Seminal Ghost Stories
T.W. Burgess' latest creation, the incredible graphic novel Early Haunts is currently running a Kickstarter campaign ahead of production. Find out more about Early Haunts below and support the campaign...
“A Ghost Story Graphic Novel Anthology featuring four formative early ghost stories...”
The Greek Legend, The German Fable, The Italian Superstition, The Japanese Folk Tale
Created/Written by: T.W. Burgess
Illustrators : Mike O’ Brien, Brian Coldrick,
Brianne Neumann & David Romero & Colourist Bryan Valenza
The ghost story, one of the oldest forms of narrative which has terrified and intrigued audiences for millennia.
Now four early and inspirational ghost stories, mostly forgotten in the depths of literary history are brought together for the first
time in one graphic novel adaptation for an exclusive hardback release.
These stories include:
The Death Bride – An Italian Gothic Horror and a primary literary influence to Mary Shelley writer of FRANKENSTEIN.
The Wild Hunter – A German poem which acted as a major inspiration to Washington Irving, writer of SLEEPY HOLLOW.
The Dish House – a Japanese ghost tale, which inspired Sadako in Koji Suzuki’s THE RING
The House in Athens – The first appearance of a ‘chained apparition’, an inspiration to to Charles Dicken’s ‘MARLEYS GHOST.’
These haunting stories, which all have their roots in real life accounts and ancient folklore are lifted and translated from their unwieldy
original text and adapted into a more readable graphic novel format to be enjoyed by a whole new audience.
All accompanied by the evocative work of four extremely talented illustrators.
Early Haunts - The Death Bride
Early Haunts - The Wild Hunter
Early Haunts - The Dish House
Early Haunts - The House in Athens
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