AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: FEARBOOK CLUB

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FEARBOOK CLUB hits your local comic book store January 5th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you.

AfterShock is printing the graphic novel under its YA imprint, Seismic Press.

About the book:
When shy 6th-grade shutterbug Whit Garcia starts middle school, he’s forced to join a yearbook club with three other weirdos who will never be voted “most likely to succeed.” But after the ghosts of missing students start haunting them, Whit, Hester, Hillary and Press must solve the supernatural secret behind these spirits — or their yearbook club will be voted most likely to join them. 

But are these ghostly students the real bad guys? Or are they just warning Whit and his friends? Warning them about a darkness beyond their schoolyard…a darkness that threatens to swallow the school – and its occupants �� whole.  

The sophomore offering from Seismic Press, FEARBOOK CLUB is a story all about fitting in, fighting ghosts and forming friendships with other misfits, especially when you’re a misfit 
yourself.

The series is by writer Richard Ashley Hamilton and artist Marco Matrone, with letters by Dave Sharpe. The main cover is by Matrone.

Check out the FEARBOOK CLUB preview below:

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club

aftershock comics seismic press exclusive preview fearbook club


Are you going to be picking up FEARBOOK CLUB when it drops next month? Sound off in the comments!

Anthony Composto - EIC
Editor-in-Chief for Monkeys Fighting Robots. A lifelong fan of Spider-Man and the Mets, Anthony loves an underdog story. He earned his B.A. in English because of his love for words, and his MBA because of his need for cash. He considers comics to be The Great American Art Form, and loves horror movies, indie dramas, action/thrillers, and everything in between.