There are so many great indy comics going on right now that it is hard to keep up. Sadly the fact of the matter is that most of these stories would die before they even took their first breaths because of the sheer numbers that they must overcome in order to get noticed by the general public. One such title is ‘REPO THE GENETIC OPERA’ co-writer Terrance Zdunich’s gothic look at the life of everyday Americans called “THE MOLTING”. Zdunich is a truly gifted artist and it shows in every panel of his creative brainchild that is available only through his website. The fledgling series is ready to release its 3rd issue and Bloody-Disgusting has a first look courtesy of Terrrance and the gang. Read on for the preview of one of the titles that horror fans should not miss out on! The Molting is the portrait of an American family in the early 90s set against a decaying urban backdrop in Anaheim CA, the so called ‘Happiest Place on Earth’, the story traverses human history-from upper Paleolithic hunting parties to Southern Gothic grotesqueries-to explore the families roots, secrets, and unconventional family bonds.”
“Fertile females of the American cockroach lay their eggs in a hardened case called an ootheca. The females within the American household of the Pryzkind family also seek to seduce and reproduce, but they keep their intentions better concealed. intentions that are hidden away like the secrets in Guilty Susie’s lonely attic.”
“The Molting is a truly independent effort, which is available only through my online store. All proceeds go towards keeping the project alive, so your support is deeply appreciated.”
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This Week in Horror - May 1, 2017 - The Mist, Hellboy, Michael...
The Mist has an extra gory new trailer, Hellboy is getting an R-rated reboot, and legendary actor Michael Parks passed away.Posted by Bloody-Disgusting on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
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