Whether you’ve been an avid fan of horror since childhood or you’re just recently getting into this hauntingly unforgettable genre, it’s hard to ignore the impact it has on our lives.

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While most of us enjoy watching movies of our favorite knife-wielding serial killer as they hunt their next victim, others prefer comics to get their daily dose of fear and we understand why.

Recently, we discovered a webcomics company by the name of DarkBox and their Silent Horror Comics are by far the creepiest, and most terrifying, that we’ve ever stumbled upon.

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Because of this, we have decided to share with you some remarkably daunting silent horror comics courtesy of DarkBox.

Check them out below.

1. Hold Up

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Simple but deeply powerful. The little boy’s mother was still watching over him – and ultimately saving his life – after her very recent passing.

2. Entrap

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Let’s be honest, some of you actually worry about your reflection taking on a life of its own, right?! Well, for this man and woman in the horror comic, their nightmares have just become a reality.

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3. Girl

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There’s a chilling feeling you get when things aren’t as they seemed, and that’s exactly how this comic made us feel knowing the initial crash was the cause of the man’s demise.

4. Girl In The Window

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Yep, the ending got us too! There were multiple outcomes we thought to be possible but this was not one of them.

Do you enjoy bitesize horror? If so, go and check out these two-sentence horror stories that are sure to keep you up at night, HERE!

Head over to DarkBox on Facebook – HERE – to browse through more of their incredible artwork and captivating short stories.

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My personal favorite has to be ‘Girl In The Window’, what was yours? Be sure to share your opinions on the silent horror comics in the comments below.