The post-apocalyptic world of BROKEN MOON has returned!
The first arc of BROKEN MOON brought werewolves, vampires, and Frankenstein legend into the same ruined universe… and teased the existence of another, lesser-known classic monster: the gill man! Now with LEGENDS OF THE DEEP, creator Philip Kim and writer Ben Meares (HELLRAISER) have brought the gill men and their world to the forefront of a new tale, and original series artist Nat Jones is along for the ride!
Following a barely staved-off kraken attack, a score of gill men have appeared at the edge of Korben’s tiny fishing village in now-waterlogged Nebraska. What could the creatures possibly want from humans?
Below find the cover and first six pages of BROKEN MOON: LEGENDS OF THE DEEP #2 from American Gothic Press.
Miss the first issue? Grab it at comiXology or CaptainCo!
ABOUT AMERICAN GOTHIC PRESS
American Gothic Press, established in 2015, is a publishing imprint of Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine consisting of comic books in the Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror genres. Famous Monsters of Filmland was the first entertainment fan magazine of its kind, having been established in 1958 by Forrest J Ackerman and publisher James Warren. American Gothic Press marks Famous Monsters’ journey back to the creation of original characters. Following a stunningly successful 2015 with the series GUNSUITS, BORNHONE, BROKEN MOON, PROJECT NEMESIS, and MONSTER WORLD, the imprint continues to introduce new original titles (KILLBOX, THIN, ISLAND 731) and licenses (IRWIN ALLEN’S LOST IN SPACE: THE LOST ADVENTURES) to wide critical and popular acclaim.
ABOUT FAMOUS MONSTERS
The internationally distributed Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine was the first-ever Sci-Fi, fantasy, and horror pop culture fanzine, created by Forrest J Ackerman in 1958. Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, J.J. Abrams, Peter Jackson, Guillermo del Toro, Stephen King, and countless other influential artists in the entertainment field praise the magazine for inspiring them to dive into their craft. Established by Ackerman to celebrate monster movies, genre films, and to unite fans from around the world, Famous Monsters strives to not only honor the classics while sharing new and upcoming projects but to also provide insight for readers on how to create their own monster and Sci-Fi films at home. From makeup tips to special-effects tricks, FM has become a “how-to” for generations of aspiring storytellers.
*** info courtesy of American Gothic Press