Awesome creator Drew Rausch urges us to bring a flashlight as his webcomic My Blacks Don’t Match becomes available in trade-paperback form. Written by Jocelyn Gajeway, with art by Drew Rausch, this web comic has been enjoyed by fans for 100 pages. The webcomic, which releases new pages every Wednesday is one of the more entertaining webcomics around right now.
What’s it all about? A sleepy town called Autumn Grove that suffers from Samhainophobia – the fear of Halloween (Yes it’s a real thing)! So steel your nerves, gather your wits, take a deep breath and huddle around this long-deserted pumpkin patch as you read about mysterious ongoings.
I can personally say that My Blacks Don’t Match is a quirky unique read. With a clever script and Rausch’s gloomy Burton-esque illustrations, I think you’ll find this comic worthy of your coffee table. This is a full color 114 page TP, and it comes signed by Gajeway and Rausch. Don’t miss out. Get your pre-orders in now!
— 👻Drew Rausch👻 (@Drew_Rausch) April 11, 2016
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