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Malevolents – Click Click

“ Wait until nightfall to read “Malevolents”. A genuinely frightening experience. Proper horror peeping from every dark corner.!.” – Reece Shearsmith – (League of Gentlemen, Psychoville, Inside No.9)

“Expertly Builds Suspence” – Rue Morgue Magazine

“Loved the concept – Really Enjoyed it!” – David Sandberg (Director of ‘Lights Out’ / Annabelle Creation)

“ You’ll want to read it again as soon  as you’ve finished” – Comics Anonymous

“ Will chill you to the bone” – Dread Central

“The pages of Malevolents transported me back to teenage nights of telling each other Ghost Stories. Proper goosebumps.”  – Andy Nyman  (Actor/Director and co-writer of award winning  ‘Ghost Stories The Show)

“Impressive – a tantalising taster for the future” – Stephen Volk  (Writer of  ‘Ghostwatch’ & Novella ‘Whitstable’)

“ By far the best horror story I’ve read in a long while.” – Comic Bastards

“ I’ve read it thrice over now, and thrice over it has chilled to the bone marrow.” – Horrornovelreviews

“ A B&W horror comic that is suitably spooky” –Bleeding Cool

The Eyrie

“Thom has earned his dance among the ghosts. He stepped onto the floor with Malevolents, and the creative choreography within The Eyrie’s pages will pull you in just long enough to stop your heart” – Comixcentral

“Burgess has not only conjured up a classic ghost story that is actually scary, but also folklore that is completely plausible.” – Rue Morgue Magazine

“Managing to be engaging and terrifying, The Eyrie should be top of the ‘to buy’ list for fans of horror comics new and old. ” – Wight Blood

“The story pulls you in and races off coming to a neat conclusion giving us some nicely crafted characters and menacing supernatural villains along the way.” – Ukhorrorscene

“Drenched in foreboding, sinister atmosphere akin to The Wicker Man and The Woman in Black, The Eyrie is more than a horror comic; it’s a suspenseful, Gothic tale of the supernatural, begging to be read in a dark parlor by flickering firelight. ” – Horrorfuel

“There’s a real chill to these pages, like the stalking horror is preparing to launch itself out of the frame and into our real world, which makes this a wonderful choice for midnight reading. Just don’t forget to leave the lights on. 10/10” – Starburst Magazine

“edge-of-the-seat scary but impossible to turn away from and the story lingers long after you’ve found out the outcome.” – Comicsanonymous

“Expect a grim tale that’s assembled beautifully” – Horrornovelreviews

“genuinely eerie and unnerving – uncanny in the best crepuscular tradition of our field.” – Ramsey Campbell

Hallows Fell:

‘With Hallows Fell, Burgess has written a ghost story that draws a lot of inspiration from several classic folk stories, but also feels original and unique." Horror Geek Life

"With a stunning level of detail that you won’t find in many other black and white comics - definitely worth a read" - Dread Central

"HALLOWS FELL is an excellent one-shot that keeps you on your toes. Supernatural stories may be abundant, but Burgess adds new flavor to the recipe." - Comicsverse

"Burgess is a writer who understands the mechanics of horror and knows how to get under the reader’s skin within the opening seconds, and he’s adept at working with illustrators who share the same talent." - Starburst Magazine

"A story that combines modern life and old time superstition in a seamless blend." - Geek Pride

"If you are already familiar with Burgess’ work, then it’s probably a no-brainer for you that this is a must-read and one to keep on the shelves. If you have never been so lucky to experience his twisted mind, then Hallows Fell is the perfect place to start getting lost in some of the best of today’s world of horror." - Fanbase Press

"it has shades of an MR James story, but also of classic Brit horror like the Wicker Man or even American Werewolf in London." - Pipedream Comics