Neil Kleid

Remembering The Summer Of Batman '89
There had certainly been plenty of heavily-merchandised blockbusters before, but the Batman '89 phenomenon affected pop culture in so many ways and crept into every dimension of commercial entertainment. Twenty-five years ago, it was just always there; part of the atmosphere of the era, reflected wherever you turned. From candy-filled Keaton heads in supermarket checkout aisles, to endless souvenir magazines on newsstands, to articles in newspapers and magazines, to the packs of trading cards and stickers on countertops, to Batmobile toys in Happy Meals, the entire world had gone Batty. Twenty-five years later, we've reached out to some of our favorite creators and entertainers to look back on the summer of Batman.
Papercutz December Solicitations
Tales from the Crypt #4Written by Neil Kleid, Don McGregor and Jim SalicrupArt by Chris Noeth, James Romberger, Marguerite Van Cooke and Rick Parker The GhouLunatics introduce two tales of hi-tech terror! First, poor Andy Dabbstein learns in "Extra Life" that playing Ogre Continent online in a virtual world can have deadly consequences in reality ...
Tales from the Crypt Sells Out
Press Release New stories of horror in the EC Comics tradition prove monstrously popular Papercutz' Tales from the Crypt #1, which revived the legendary EC Comics horror comic book, has sold out its entire 25,000-copy print run. The issue, which shipped in June, is the first of an ongoing, bi-monthly series from the publisher of the popular Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys comics ...