Howdy all and I hope everyone is well! Seems winter continues on and we still have our fandoms to enjoy post-holiday season. There’s plenty of hot cocoa still to be had though so in my neck of the woods I’m going to grab a cup, bundle up, and sit by my bedside heater. But before I do so, let’s see what looks good this week!
Writer(s): Terry Moore
Artist(s): Terry Moore
Cover Artist(s): Terry Moore
Publisher: Abstract Studios
Synopsis: “Zoe has been 10 years old for 50 years. Most of her life has been spent on the run fighting the demon that lived within her, kept her young and turned her into a serial killer. Now free of the demon, Zoe discovers her childhood friend is the latest victim in a string of murders…”
Horror themed psychothrillers in the midst of January! What’s not to love? Enjoy this tale of a young female (though not so young!) battling a demon who possessed her most of her life forcing her to become a serial killer. And why does she seek vengeance on the being now? Oh, nothing big except that said demon killed her friend. Read on, friends!
Space Bastards #1
Writer(s): Joe Aubrey, Eric Peterson
Artist(s): Darick Robertson
Cover Artist(s): Darick Robertson, Dan Panosian
Publisher: Humanoids Inc.
Synopsis: “Acclaimed artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, HAPPY!) joins writers Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey as they unleash the galaxy’s most vicious and depraved…parcel couriers? Poor David S. Proton. A meek, unemployed accountant desperate for money, he joins the Intergalactic Postal Service, paired with Manny Corns, a.k.a. “The Manicorn”…”
It seems even in the galaxy-proper that mail proper is a professional gig, and so to is it for Intergalactic Postal Servicemen David Proton and Manny Corns. It’s a team up of space-wide proportions and there are sure to be some broken bones along the way!
And there we have it for the week, Gatherers and Grand Geeks! Tales of youthful serial killers taking vengeance on esoteric demons combined with stories of the Intergalactic Postal Service hard at work! These tales and others are available at the mere click of a button on your keyboards or at the touch of a screen on your tablets and/or phones. But being the conscious-minded supporters of local businesses that I trust you are I know you’ll head down to your comic shop this Wednesday to pick up the hardcopy issues themselves, many of which I might add offer curbside pickup in these precautionary times. Enjoy these stories and share with your friends. Start a conversation and be sure to leave a comment or two. But most importantly, remember…GGG!