Most of my illustration work has appeared in horror fiction magazines, but I’ve also provided artwork for comics and graphic novels. Here’s a working list of my publications –
THE HORRIBLE COLOURING BOOK!
Don’t colour-in to relax, colour-in to give yourself the shivers and stay awake!
24 pages of horrible colouring fun! Vampires! Werewolves! Zombies! And more! Grab your red crayons and stay inside the lines!
“The most fun you can have with colouring pencils without stabbing someone with them.” – Aaron Sterns, Co-writer Wolf Creek 2, author Wolf Creek: Origin. Closet artist.
“Absolutely BRILLIANT! I love it. Beyond being a cool coloring book, it’s a wonderfully witty tribute to the whole genre. Bravo!” – Lisa Morton, six-time Bram Stoker Award-winning author and screenwriter.
Bullet Ballerina – a one-shot comic, written by Tom Piccirilli and published by SST Publications. ORDER HERE
“BULLET BALLERINA is a lot of fun. Tom Piccirilli has the sense to play it for laughs (well, pitch black comedy), with noir lite undercurrents and a subtext on the perils of wanting revenge. Along the way, there’s some delightful banter about weapons and interludes with street characters trying to shoehorn themselves into the story, while as a coda to the main story we get to see a side of Ellie that suggests she is an embryonic sociopath. Moral of the story: never piss off a wannabe ballerina, as those pumps can be deadly. The book is in full colour throughout, with artist Greg Chapman providing some sterling illustrations to bring the text to life, giving his characters an almost mythic quality even as he reveals how very human they are, his images in perfect counterpoint to Piccirilli’s words.”–BLACK STATIC MAGAZINE
“It ain’t easy to combine funny and dark, but Piccirilli and Chapman have done it brilliantly! More, please!” –Leslie S. Klinger, editor, New Annotated Sherlock Holmes, New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft, and Annotated Sandman
Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times – written by Rocky Wood and Lisa Morton, this graphic novel won a Bram Stoker Award in 2013. ORDER HERE in print or digital formats. You can also check out the book’s website at www.witchhuntsbook.com
Allure of the Ancients: The Key to His Kingdom – originally appearing as single chapters in Midnight Echo Magazine, this vampire comic series is now collected as a graphic novel at Comixology.
Cthulhu: Deep Down Under – I provided an illustration for T.P. Sweeney’s story, Where The Madmen Meet in this unique Lovecraftian anthology.
Midnight Echo #11 – I provided internal art for this issue and the layout. You can purchase a copy HERE
SNAFU: An Anthology of Military Horror – I provided the frontispiece for this tome, which you can order HERE
Dark Discoveries Magazine #30 – Three digital illustrations of mine are in this issue and I’ll be providing art for the magazine on a regular basis. You can get a copy HERE
Midnight Echo Magazine #10 – I created a piece to accompany my short story, “Mother’s House” and the final chapter in the comic series, Allure of the Ancients in the issue.
Midnight Echo Magazine #9 – The corner art and a chapter of Allure of the Ancients comic in this issue were illustrated by yours truly.
Midnight Echo Magazine #8 – Features the second chapter of the Allure of the Ancients comic series.
The Book of the Tribes – a commemorative book about Clive Barker’s Nightbreed book and film. I created two pieces for the book.
Midnight Echo Magazine #7 – The first chapter of the Allure of the Ancients comic series began in this issue.
Decay #7 – I provided a short vampire comic called Blood Debt, for this Australian magazine.
Lovecraft e-zine #30 – I provided a single illustration to accompany the story, “The First Act” in this King in Yellow themed issue.
Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine #50 – I created the above piece for Nicole R. Murphy’s tale, The Fairy King in the 50th issue.
SQ Magazine #4 – I created the cover for the Steampunk-themed issue.