Jack Bantry’s ‘Splatterpunk Zine’ is something special.  It brought back that much missed and universally loved DIY zine ethos.  From the very first issue it bled the blood, sweat and tears of one man’s passion for the subject matter.

From the resulting popularity of Bantry’s cut-paste-and-staple zine, a proper paperback anthology was born.  Bantry’s ‘Splatterpunk’s Not Dead’ (2016) anthology offers up eight new horror stories, ranging from new upcoming names, to well-established genre favourites.

DLS absolutely had to get in on the action…