AfterShock Comics Launches BABYTEETH Contest For Fans And Retailers

Fans and retailers have the chance to win epic prizes related to BABYTEETH #1!

AfterShock Comics has just launched a contest for both fans AND retailers surrounding their new horror book Babyteeth.

For those not familiar with Babyteeth, a quick summary:

“Sadie Ritter is sixteen years old, nine months pregnant, and scared out of her sweet nerdy mind. Having a baby that young is tough, but with the support of her loving family behind her, everything should be okay. OH YEAH, and also her baby is the antichrist and it’s going to break open the barriers between the earthly and demonic planes and unleash eternal suffering to all of humankind. Other than that, though…should be fine.

From [Donny Cates] the writer of Buzzkill, Paybacks, Redneck and the break-out hit God Country comes a pulse-pounding new series with art from THE REVISIONIST’s Garry Brown!”

Fans have the chance to win retailer exclusive variants for Babyteeth #1, while retailers original sketch covers from the book! The contest is super simple to enter; check out the details below…

AfterShock Babyteeth


AfterShock Comics want to give back to fans and retailers. No purchase necessary, just be on our newsletter lists to win!

Fan Contest:
A) DAILY WINNER: One of the BABYTEETH #1 retailer variants
B) GRAND PRIZE WINNER: A copy of each BABYTEETH #1 retailer variant, 30 comics total (announced at the end of contest)
Sign-up for FREE between June 8th and July 5th 2017 here:

Retailer Contest:
TWO GRAND PRIZE WINNERS: Each retailer winner receives an ORIGINAL SKETCH cover by Garry Brown and an ORIGINAL SKETCH cover by Mike Rooth.
Sign up for FREE between June 8th and July 5th 2017 by emailing your Store Name, Diamond Store Number, and physical address to:

More details here:

Anthony Composto - EIC
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.