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Looking for a story to get you in the "Halloween" mood? Then check out the current (10.08.01) Clan of the Cats storyline, which Jamie says, "is a parody of 1930's horror movies". Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

What would Halloween be without "trick-or-treating"? Well... it would just be a bunch of people standing around in costumes with nothing to eat! Check out Dave Kelly's beautifully drawn (and hand-colored!) Living in Greytown...

It's Choptoberfest all month long over at Chopping Block. < sarcasm > Strap on your seatbelt as this normally light-hearted, fun-loving, family-oriented comic goes "dark" in the Chopping Block month long adventure entitled, "Butch's Nightmare" < /sarcasm >. Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

Over at Greystone Inn, Mac and Argus have decided that it's time to get out of a rut and have a Halloween party . Brad Guigar, the creator of Greystone Inn, insists that "hilarity will insue". Really. Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

No Halloween would be complete without a grizzly tale of monkey murder and monkey boobs, and baby, the current storyline Just Another Corpse has got both! You'd have to be slow in the head to pass this up!. Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

Looking for a "ghost story? Well, The Mr. Chuck Show presents the tale of Hernando, the "unscary" ghost. Which is ironic, don't you think? See, he's a ghost, and yet he is somehow "unscary"? Do you see the irony?... Anyhoo, click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

If you're like me, then you know it's impossible to think about Halloween without thinking about "Witchcraft"? Check out the latest story from Bobbins. Creator John Alison declares that this years Halloween story is, "...so packed with thrilling occult scariness you may need to call a priest." Now that's scary! Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

Question: Which holiday is so important, that there are comic strips written specifically for it?... Answer: Halloween! (Editors Note: if this is a surprise to you at this point, you are more than likely an idiot. No offense to all you idiots out there). That's right, Halloween is so special an event that it actually justifies it's own horrorfying strips! See Funny Farm's Halloween tales of terror each and every October 31st!" Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

It just wouldn't be Halloween without a story about a giant killer bug and a big shapeless, eyeless, blob of doom? Fortunately, Schlock Mercenary has got it covered! Check it out as a giant, killer bug faces off against a shapeless, eyeless blob of doom. Whose nightmare is this, anyway? Anyhoo, click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

For years prison warden Eric Shapiro has been taking in cutthroats and murders before turning them back out into society as perfect, law-abiding citizens. How? Police Chief Marvin O'Brien wants to know and what he discovers will change him forever. It's all in the Halloween thriller "Reformation" by Life at Bayside creator Curtis Berry. Click HERE to go to today's comic, or click HERE to start from the beginning of the storyline...

Still looking for more scary stuff? Can't quench your thirst for blood and gore? Then be sure to check out last years page for HALLOKEEN 2000. Not only are there a bunch of Halloween related stories to read, but there are over 35 original pieces of original artwork created specifically for the HalloKeen 2000 event! What are you waiting for? Get goin'!

Hey! Here's a scary idea... Why don't you set up a link to this site? It's easy, just click HERE to select one of the official HalloKeen 2001 link graphics...




HalloKeen 2001 website design & artwork by j. myers Check out John's comic: The Mr. Chuck Show
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