A collection of dark, twisted horror stories designed to get into your head and under your skin.
Nobody is safe. Nothing is off limits. No one can be trusted.
This tome of horrific tales explains why not all damaged goods can be returned.
Damaged Goods is primal horror that permeates your very soul and will be sure to stay with you long after you put the book down!


Alec Worley : Journalist and 2000AD writer

McAuliffe's pitch-dark tales of moral outrage combined with Chilcott's muscular, Lynchian artwork form a battery of short sharp shockers from the 'hit-em-hard' school of horror

Leigh Gallagher : Artist (2000AD, Vertigo)

I doubt we will never know what perverse, bizarre acts were once committed upon the creators of this book, but we should be glad it happened if this is the result.

PJ Holden : Artist (2000AD, Garth Ennis’ Battlefields, Robocop vs Terminator)

Damaged Goods is clearly a cry for help from a damaged mind. Horrifying.

Cy Dethan : Author (Starship Troopers, Cancertown, Slaughterman's Creed)

A wide-ranging manifesto of terror from a powerful and profoundly disturbed creative team.

Gavin Jones – The Sidekickcast

'It's unclear as to whether the title of the book; Damaged Goods refers to the creator's minds, the stories themselves or the sate you will be left after reading. All are equally true as the blood soaked stroytelling cannot help but leave you unhinged though thoroughly satisfied.'

'Each page drips with the kind of primal horror that permeates your very soul and will be sure to stay with you long after you put the book down.'

Barry Nugent : Geek Syndicate

Horror is usually my least favorite genre but Damaged Goods is a fantastic tour de force of sick and twisted dark horror fantasy.

Simon Wyatt : Writer and artist of Unbelievable

‘Damaged Goods’ is a carefully wrapped and decorated package of psychotic twists and turns;  delivered in a meticulous and sometimes horrifically dystopian artistic style - think `Raymond Briggs-meets-Hieronymus Bosch’ and written with manic aplomb and dark affection for the genre. 
Once unwrapped, this Pandora’s box of nightmares will claw its way through your eyes & play happily with your morality and fears.  I half-expected a cover made of human flesh.
A genuinely, creepy and emotive parcel of shocks delivered by two creators who have yet to emerge from the shadows. 

Pray they’re not hiding under your bed!

Lee Grice : Small Press Big Mouth

I don't know what foul childhood traumas were inflicted upon McAuliffe and Chilcott, but from the evidence of the disturbed and twisted nightmares trapped between these covers they are pair of sick sick monkeys and their monstrous talents need to be captured, weaponised and directed against less civilised nations. As for Damaged Goods itself... I say we nuke this book from orbit. Its the only way to be sure.

Damian Smith : Kryptographic

Richard McAuliffe and Mark Chilcott bring together a great collection of Horror shorts which take a look at the Genre from a different perspective. It had me leaving the family to fend for themselves so I could finish it.
They both are on their way to making some big waves in the industry!

Dan Marshall : The Sidekickcast

Beautifuly bleak and startlingly effective. McAuliffe is a force of nature and I dont mean that in a good way