Avatar Press has two books hitting shelves this holiday week. Starting off with Crossed: Badlands #90 as the writing reigns fall into the hands of singer / songwriter Max Bemis of Say Anything. And then the sixth issue of Alan Moore's Providence brings use 40 ad-free pages of story. (As a disclaimer, Avatar Press is the parent company of Bleeding Cool).
Crossed: Badlands #90
Singer and songwriter Max Bemis of Say Anything takes readers on a twisted trip through the dysfunctional family dynamic of two very different brothers in a Crossed world.The end of civilization has come to town at last as the misery of the Crossed is visited upon a peaceful suburb.And thirty years of frustration and anger come to a head between a brother and his infected sibling in the powerful conclusion to "Shrink."Available with Regular & Torture Covers by Christian Zanier, Wraparound Cover by Daniel Gete, C-Day Worldwide Cover by German Nobile, Art Deco Cover by Michael Dipascale, and Red Crossed Incentive Cover also by Zanier.
Fans and critics alike are hailing Alan Moore's Providence as the horror event of the year! Mild mannered newsman Robert Black is uncovering a mysterious undercurrent of fear as the pieces of the Lovecraftian puzzle slowly begin to make a coherent picture. The dramatic tension is building with each incredible ad-free 40 page issue and this issue begins the big unveils. The work has been researched and developed by Moore and Burrows over the course of several years. And the end result is an amazing tome of Lovecraftian influenced nightmares where Moore has written every cover, every single page, and every nuance of this work to create his most fully-realized vision to date.Fans of Moore's immersive style and meticulous grasp of storytelling will be thrilled to add this essential piece of comics history to their collections! Available with Regular, Pantheon, Portrait, Dreamscape Wraparound, Women of HPL, and a special Ancient Tome Incentive cover, all by collaborator Jacen Burrows.