Sat. Dec 4th, 2021


With nearly 500 episodes and counting, it’s safe to say that The Last Podcast On the Left is one of the most successful horror podcasts of all time. Now the series is expanding into an entirely new medium as presenters Marcus Parks, Henry Zebrowski and Ben Kissel lead a graphic novel series called The Last Comic On the Left.

Where The Last Podcast On the Left takes a humorous approach to true crime cases and horror themes like ghosts, cryptids, serial killers and UFOs, The Last Comic On the Left pays homage to classic horror anthologies like Creepy, Eerie and Tales From the Crypt. The series will feature a number of different but interrelated horror stories from horror comics veterans such as James Tynion IV (Something Is Killing the Children) and Rick Veitch (Swamp Thing).

Art by Bob Fingerman.  (Image source: Z2 Comics)

Art by Bob Fingerman. (Image source: Z2 Comics)

The Last Comic On the Left is published as a series of full-length comic novels through Z2 Comics. The creative lineup for Vol. 1 includes:

  • James Tynion IV (The Truth Department, Something Kills the Children)
  • Rick Veitch (swamp thing, miracle man)
  • Bob Fingerman (minimum wage, ask the question)
  • Tyler Boss (4 kids go to a bank, what’s the furthest place from here?)
  • Ryan Cady (Machine Gun Kelly’s Hotel Diablo, Sublime: $ 5 at the door)
  • Eliot Rahal (Machine Gun Kellys Hotel Diablo, the upcoming Cheech and Chong’s Chronicles: The Graphic Novel)
  • Morgan Beem (Swamp Thing: Twin Branches, The Family Trade)
  • Noah Van Sciver (Grateful Dead Origins, the upcoming Cheech and Chong’s Chronicles: The Graphic Novel)
  • Logan Faerber (‘Namwolf, The Woods)

In addition to these stories, Vol. 1 includes a story written by Parks and Zebrowski and illustrated by John McCrea (Hitman). Eric Powell (The Goon), Martin Morazzo (Ice Cream Man) and Bob Fingerman provide the cover for Vol. 1. A deluxe edition of the graphic novel will also include a number of crypt-themed art prints.

“We are excited to expand our comic blood frenzy with Z2 and The Last Comic On the Left,” said Zebrowski in Z2’s press release. “We’re seeing many of our ‘brighter’ ideas getting bad treatment from MAD Magazine. Z2 works with some of the most talented artists and creators in the comic industry and it’s a privilege to be in their talented hands. “

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