Taking inspiration from childhood fishing trips to the creek with his father. Despite the nice boat and top of the line rods and reels, Cullen’s father often took (and liked) the old fashioned cane poles to try and snag the catfish. For whatever reason Cullen took a stack of horror comics to read on the bank of the creek. From House of Mystery and House of Secrets to Creepy, Eerie, Ghosts, and Haunted Library it was only the horror tales that seemed like the right fit on those trips. Those trips and those time spent with countless horror tales helped shape the writer that Cullen would become.
Over the past couple of decades he’s written many short horror stories. Many of those stories were collected in the book A PASSAGE IN BLACK from Omaha Bound. That book contains some of his earliest work. Now Cullen is announcing that his love of horror comic anthologies and his love of horror short fiction is coming together like peanut butter and jelly! In just a couple of weeks, he will be launching a Kickstarter for CULLEN BUNN PRESENTS: A PASSAGE IN BLACK! This book will feature comic book adaptations of some of his short horror stories from the prose collection. He has brought together an amazing group of writers and artists to bring these stories to life: