AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: MISKATONIC: EVEN DEATH MAY DIE

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MISKATONIC: EVEN DEATH MAY DIE hits your local comic book store November 24th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive six-page preview for you.

About the issue:
The hit series returns! 

The horrifying events in the Miskatonic Valley have torn apart retired detective Tom Malone and ex-FBI agent Miranda Keller. Miranda tries to escape a Deep One concentration camp and a traumatized Tom is obsessed with finding and freeing her. But soon they both start sharing dreams of Cthulhu, a monstrous entity in the South Pacific who will soon awaken and bring about the end of the world as we know it.

The one-shot is by writer Mark Sable and artist Giorgio Pontrelli, with colors by Pippa Bowland, and letters by Dave Sharpe. The main cover is by Jeremy Haun; there is also an incentive variant by Cliff Richards.

EVEN DEATH MAY DIE is a follow-up to the five-issue MISKATONIC series, which came out earlier this year in paperback.

Check out the MISKATONIC: EVEN DEATH MAY DIE preview below:

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miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview

miskatonic even death may die aftershock comics exclusive preview


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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.