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IT EATS WHAT FEEDS IT UNLEASHES HIDDEN MONSTERS THIS JUNE

Indie publisher Scout Comics has been ramping up its slate for this year and has just added one super creepy series with It Eats What Feeds It. Written by Max Hoven and Aaron Crow and illustrated by Gabriel Iumazark, the comic follows a goofy teenager as he takes a job as a caretaker of an eerie mansion, working for the alluring older woman who owns the place. The gig seems great, especially when he falls for the owner, but can he ignore the strange howls coming from the attic?

Francois, a stunning middle-aged woman, has developed a worsening affliction and needs a young caretaker to upkeep her lavish creole mansion deep in the mystic bayou of Louisiana.  Kenny, a teenage halfwit, looking for a summer job, happily falls right into her lap. Blinded by her beauty, Kenny accepts her offer but ignores the fact he’s required to slide raw meat into a slot on the bolt-locked steel-plated attic door he’s restricted access to.

As Kenny’s adoration becomes love, Francois’s health begins to plummet, forcing Kenny to learn the truth about her secrets before either of them is prepared.


“Since Crow and I brought the script to Gabriel over a year ago, It Eats What Feeds It has grown from a fun little horror story to a striking work of art.” says co-writer Max Hoven. “Watching him bring these wild characters to life has been magical and I’m honored to debut the series on the Scout label.”

“When I first saw IEWFI's script, I instantly fell in love. It's a mix of everything I wanted to work with.” added artist Gabriel Iumazark. “There's horror, romance, and a lot of swamp. Scout is the perfect partner to tell this story.”

It Eats What Feeds It #1 is set for release on June 10th, 2020.

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James Ferguson
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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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