Time Out Melbourne

A new Aussie pulp publication with plenty of bite... 

In the tradition of classic comic anthologies Tales From the Crypt, 2000AD and Metal Hurlant, Home Brew Vampire Bullets is a quarterly collection of Australian pulp made for, and by, lovers of all things cult.

Ruthlessly honed by a degenerate crew of storyslingers with a love of all things cult, ZERO features tales from the depraved likes of Justin Hamilton (Goodbye Guy, The Shelf), Doug Holgate (Flight, Zinc Alloy), Christian Read (Unmasked, Black City), Scott Fraser (Doll Boy, Diggsville), Simon Sherry (Heavy Angel, Game of Kings), Kate Moon (Barbariön), and a bonkers slew of other established and freshly blooded Aussie talent.

ZERO is available now online for a measly $1.99 – and keep your eyes peeled for a full print version in late November.

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