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Get ready for one wild and hairy thrill ride when the moon and the gas tanks are full and the townies and werewolves go to war to kick some serious werewolf butt in this wild and wooly smash up of The Wolfman and Sons of Anarchy. Written by Scott Rosenberg (Con Air, Gone in 60 Seconds), illustrated by Ty Dazo (Deadpool).
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In this WWII epic, To fight fire with fire, the allies recruit a guerilla force of supernatural proportions, corralling a team of experts that includes Jack Glendon aka Wolfman, Junior aka Frankenstein, Vlad aka Dracula, Erik Leroux, aka the Phantom and Hans Vogler aka the Gillman. The Deadly 1⁄2 Dozen become our nation’s only hope and salvation against the Third Reich in an epic battle of gore and glory to stop the Red Menace and save the world from the most terrifying monster of them all – Man. Written by Pete & Paul Williams (VFX behind Avatar, Rise of The Planet of the Apes, Chronicles of Narnia) Illustrated by Ghastly Award Winner Raymund Bermudez (Justice League 3000, Action Comics)
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When the wife of a former Marine buddy finds herself a target of a vicious Mexican cartel, she ends up turning to her husband’s old squad for help. Sergeant James McQuade and five former members of the Five-One Sand Scorpions find themselves outnumbered and outgunned, just the way they like it. Created by George Pelecanos, (HBOS’s The Deuce, The Wire, The Pacific, Treme).
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Chris Smith has eked by in life hocking the auctioned-off junk from those people who no longer pay the rent on their self-storage units. He spends his days hopping from one storage facility to the next, bidding on units sight-unseen, only to sell whatever’s inside to antique dealers and pawn shops for as much money as he can squeeze. But Chris has never found anything like what’s waiting for him inside unit # 83… Her name is Jessica. “What if you found a zombie locked up in a self-storage unit? Would you keep it? SELF STORAGE is a tongue-in-cheek zombie-comedy in the vein of Peter Jackson’s “Dead/Alive” and Sam Raimi’s “Evil Dead” trilogy. Written by Clay Mcleod Chapman (The Boy, Henley, Edge of Spider-Verse and Marvel's Universe Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes). Illustrated by Matt Timson.
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