Avatar Plug of the Week: CALIGULA: HEART OF ROME #1 Sneak Preview

Caligula returns for an all-new series by the original creative team!  David (Stray Bullets) Lapham and painter German Noble return to the time of hedonism and supernatural evil with Caligula: Heart of Rome #1!

They thought the mad emperor destroyed, his mysterious soul box gone, and his body run through with a thousand blades.  But the demon lives on and ten years later the job of finding and slaying the beast once and for all has fallen to heroic Laurentius.  But can anyone unravel the mystery of the demon before its bloody tendrils can make glorious Rome a wasteland?

For a conversation with David Lapham on his approach to depicting the depravity of the world of Caligula, check out this interview.

Here is a sneak peek:

Available with Regular, Wraparound, or Gore covers by German Noble, and a special Imperial Retailer Incentive


CALIGULA: HEART OF ROME #1 Regular Edition
Cover by German Noble
$3.99 US Retail, Item Code: OCT120809


CALIGULA: HEART OF ROME #1 Wraparound Edition
Cover by German Noble
$3.99 US Retail, Item Code: OCT120810


CALIGULA: HEART OF ROME #1 Gore Edition
Cover by German Noble
$3.99 US Retail, Item Code: OCT120811

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