On January 12, 1965, Robert Bartleh Cummings was born clutching a comic book. Alright, that’s not strictly true but we honestly wouldn’t be surprised. “I started collecting comics in the early 70’s,” says Rob. “I remember the first book I ever bought was a Fantastic Four. Growing up, my comic tastes were pretty limited to either Marvel or DC. It seemed like there were only about ten titles, so it wasn’t hard to collect everything.” While juggling careers as a musician and horror film director, the erstwhile White Zombie frontman is responsible for a run of titles, including Rob Zombie’s Spookshow International, The Nail, Bigfoot, Whatever Happened To Baron Von Shock?, an adaption of his film The Devil’s Rejects, and The Haunted World of El Superbeasto. File the lot under ‘grisly’.