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Comics Panel: Creep yourself out with the spooky comic book Touching Evil

Comic book horror tends to fall into one of two general categories: gore or psychological. It’s tough to do jump scares in comics, but in the last few years creators have become increasingly good at building anticipation and unleashing fear in measured, careful bites. Touching Evil Volume 1: Curse Escapes (Beardo Comics) is a title that sneaks up on readers slowly, only to freak them out in the best possible way.
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