Posted by G-Man (39554 posts) - - Show Bio

Last month Boom! Studios debuted a new miniseries by Clive Barker. We talked about it on the podcast the week it came out. It's a pretty trippy book with some heavy themes. Then again, what else would you expect from the mind of Clive Barker?

Boom! Studios gave us an exclusive look at next week's issue. I encourage you to seek out the first issue and check this out as well. Warning, there's some foul language present.


Writer: Clive Barker, Mark Miller

Artist: Haemi Jang

Cover Artist: Goni Montes

The first original comic series created and written by Clive Barker is here!

Julian Edmond has returned to his luxurious life with Wick, the indescribable individual who claims to be God on Earth. Julian believes...and in order to make sure Wick's will is done, is ready to make sacrifices...

Meanwhile, Julian's son, Tristan, learns of a secret that will set him and his father on a collision course...

Master of Horror Clive Barker, co-writer Mark Miller, and international sensation Haemi Jang unveil the second chapter of the year long epic event!


Price: $3.99


#1 Posted by longbowhunter (8654 posts) - - Show Bio

Dig the art. Cover and interiors look cool.

#2 Posted by Nahuel (392 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks interesting, but am i the only one that the pictures of the preview seems to be in a poor resolution? i couldn´t apreciate the art properly...

#3 Posted by RedheadedAtrocitus (6958 posts) - - Show Bio

Not bad! I'd be willing to try an issue to see how I feel about it.

#4 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (40972 posts) - - Show Bio

Clive Barker and Mark Millar? What a team up

#5 Posted by ghostcopy (22 posts) - - Show Bio

@jonny_anonymous: It's Mark Miller not Millar from kick ass, not sure if you meant that sorry if you knew the distinction :-)

#6 Edited by deadpool25mm (698 posts) - - Show Bio

It go's against some religions, I mean in a very strong way. at least from what read in the preview..

#7 Posted by ImagineMan16 (467 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks great, but probably not something I'll be picking up. While I liked the preview, I couldn't get over the feeling that it was engineered, in some capacity, to intentionally offend, and in some cases that okay, but I prefer a little subtlety rather than simply being bludgeoned with intentional offense.

#8 Posted by Onemoreposter (4262 posts) - - Show Bio

Looks really text heavy, which can work, but can also make reading a comic monotonous . Hopefully it works here.

#10 Edited by Perfect 10 (1606 posts) - - Show Bio

never heard of the writer or the series..... interesting premise i guess