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Killadelphia #12, the conclusion of the second story arc of the vampire comic, has sold out at the distributor level. Publisher Image Comics has announced a second printing is on the way, due out in late February. Written by Rodney Barnes and illustrated by Jason Shawn Alexander, this is a 40-page issue that also includes the next chapter of the werewolf backup story “Elysium Gardens” with art contribution by Bill Sienkiewicz.

Jupiter and Abigail have decimated the city of brotherly love, and as their reign of terror reaches its climax, things look bleak for our heroes. If Philadelphia stands any chance of survival, James Sangster Sr. and son will have to reach out to the one person they'd never ally themselves with, or else no one will survive the night. But will that be enough to save them, or will the casualties continue?

"Can’t thank our loyal legion of Killadelphia fans enough for their continued support!" said Barnes. "Can’t wait for all to sink their teeth into our next story arc!” 

Series editor Greg Tumbarello added: "Rodney is one of the most unique and exciting voices in comics today, and Jason continues to astound with his unparalleled storytelling and draftsmanship. Together, they redefine expectations of what a horror book could be. Just wait until you see all we have in store.”

You may still be able to find copies of Killadelphia #12 at your local comic shop. Otherwise you'll have to wait until February 24th when the second printing comes out. You can also pick it up digitally through ComiXology or Amazon Kindle.

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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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