The bats have left the bell tower.
The victims have been bled.
Red velvet liens the black box.
Belladonna mag is dead.
Yes, Belladonna magazine sees the publication of its final issue this month. It had a pretty good run, lasting for twenty-two issues in all, and the farewell instalment is as inviting as ever. Slasher Honey Chass turns down Friend Request; Classics Honey Samantha examines Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde, explores House of Wax and unmasks The Phantom of the Opera; Guest Honey Laurel speaks up for A Quiet Place; Monster Honey Sarah faces up to Mon Mon Mon Monsters and discusses romance in horror; Sara Frazetta discusses the work of her grandfather Frank in a comprehensive interview; Supernatural Honey Kim takes a tour of Demon House, tags #Screamers and looks at the allegedly true-life hauntings of the USS Turner Joy; and Head Honey LinnieSarah fidns feminist subtexts in the erotic thriller genre.
As for me, well, I’ve got one last round-up of comic reviews: Coyotes, Crosswind, Captain Kronos and (breaking that rather lovely alliteration) Spirits of Vengeance.
It’s a sad moment all round, but I feel proud to have been a part of Belladonna, and I hope that we all gave our readers a few fond memories to take home. You can find the final issue of Belladonna at the official website or at MagCloud.