Sunday Service (Part 3): Get Your John Carpenter Comics From Storm King Productions

by Olly MacNamee

With so many comics vying for your attention on any normal week, it can be hard to accommodate any new books, but that’s obviously changed. And, while we’re trying to encourage you to order from your local comic book stores, if possible, not all comics are easily found there. Many still go through digital distribution too, like Storm King Productions line of John Carpenter comics, which are all available from here.

As you’ll see, the various titles on offer (I’d start with John Carpenter’s Asylum #1 myself) there’s a lot to get through. But, we do all have a lot more time on our hands at the moment, and as you can see from this preview, they are rather lavishly illustrated, The whole concept and series – from top to bottom – was created, plotted  and produced with Sandy King, Carpenter and Thomas Ian Griffith. A must for any horror fan.

Something tells me this may nit be the last preview we post over the coming weeks with review to come too.

There’s a war coming to the City of Angels. In tunnels beneath the city, in the dark alleys among the homeless, demons lurk and Lucifer bides his time. One man knows. One man sees. One man walks those dark streets. Father Daniel Beckett’s seen demons and he’s spoken to the Devil, but he’s never seen an angel and he’s never spoken to God. Obsessed and driven as much by betrayal as righteousness and anger as redemption, he walks the smoke-filled encampments of lost souls like Dante’s nine rings of the Inferno. He is God’s warrior at war with God.

 

Olly MacNamee

A unashamed DC Comics fan and sometime teacher for over 20 years! I got lucky and found the escape hatch. Now, I just read and write about comics all day long. Co-host of the ICE-Cast podcast and one third of the brains behind Birmingham's street art and graffiti festival High Vis Fest.

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