New Devil’s Due series Tales of Mr. Rhee debuted last week, and Devil’s Due and author Dirk Manning (he of Bleeding Cool writing fame) are kindly offering us a free issue to get us acquainted with the series.
As if launching the first issue Tales of Mr. Rhee: “Karmageddon” at $1.99 for 22-pages of full-color horror comic goodness wasn’t enough of an incentive to check out this new mini-series described as “Lone Wolf and Cub during the Biblical Armageddon”), Devil’s Due is upping the ante once more by giving Bleeding Cool readers a chance to read the full issue for free!
Series writer (and regular Bleeding Cool columnist/contributor) Dirk Manning just asks that if you enjoy this first issue of Tales of Mr. Rhee: “Karmageddon” — or even just want a physical copy of that great cover by Eric Powell (of The Goon fame and infamy), you have your local comic shop order you a copy of this very issue (ORDER CODE: JUNE14 — 1155) along with copies of Issue #2 (JULY14 — 1178), Issue #3 (SEPT14 –1234) and, naturally, the final issue of the new mini-series when it’s in Previews next month.
That seems like a fair trade, yeah?
Tales of Mr. Rhee: “Karmageddon” #1 (of 4) by Dirk Manning (writer), Seth Damoose (illustrator), Anthony D. Lee (colorist), and James Reddington (letterer) is available in comic shops everywhere right now.
And here’s our free copy of #1: