Edited by Sean T. Collins and Julia Gfrörer. Published by 2dcloud.
Soft/Hard Cover, 240 pages, B&W, 2017.
6 × 9"
Pantone black offset
black gilded edges
printed by TWP in S. Korea
"A thought-provoking, richly entertaining collection from some of the most exciting comic artists working today. A must read for fans of the horrific and perverse." —Bryan Cogman, co-executive producer/writer, Game of Thrones
"An impressive collection of beautiful depictions of grotesque things and grotesque depictions of beautiful things." —Alan Resnick, writer director, Adult Swim’s Unedited Footage of a Bear and This House Has People in It
"Great horror is the pursuit of meaning through defilement, a conscious and inquisitive violation of the mind, the body, the beloved, the home; the concentric circles of security that comprise our lives. Great porn proceeds from a similar root, grappling with that which delights and with that which abases in the context of their inextricability." —Gretchen Alice Felker-Martin (from the foreword)
"This book is like a porn stash you’d find in the cupboard of a medieval demon. It feels truly forbidden, and reading it induces an exquisite sense of deviance." —Hyperallergic
"Mirror Mirror II invites the most innovative creators working in the form today and proves just how expansive the pornographic and gothic can be, encapsulating the pop cultural, fantastical, and realistic in one fell swoop." —Rachel Davies, Rookie Magazine
"Editors Sean T. Collins and Julia Gfrörer have assembled an exquisitely creepy and seductive new collection of comics with Mirror Mirror II. From Uno Moralez’s pixilated noirs to Dame Darcy’s ornate Gothic ghost stories, the wide range of horror here is fantastic, as characters creep and fuck in the shadows of unimaginable darkness throughout. It’s certainly the perfect, freaky anthology for you, your lover, and all the demons in your mind." —Hazel Cills, MTV News
For volume two of 2dcloud's annual anthology, editors Julia Gfrörer & Sean T. Collins have amassed some of the darkest talents within as well as outside of comics to create a wholly singular reading and visual experience. From masters of horror like Clive Barker to leading figures in altcomics such as Simon Hanselmann, this collection transcends the expectations of what a comics anthology can do.
Lala Albert • Clive Barker • Heather Benjamin • Apolo Cacho • Sean Christensen • Nicole Claveloux • Sean T. Collins • Al Columbia • Dame Darcy • Noel Freibert • Renee French • Meaghan Garvey • Julia Gfrörer • Simon Hanselmann • Claude Paradin • Aidan Koch • Laura Lannes • Céline Loup • Uno Moralez • Mou • Jonny Negron • Chloe Piene • Josh Simmons • Carol Swain • Trungles