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How do you follow up an apocalyptic story like Tomb of the White Horse? With the next chapter in Tomb of the Red Horse. Writer Ian Mondrick, artist Benjamin AE Filby, colorist Dearbhla Kelly, letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou, and editor Claire Napier have returned to Kickstarter for the next phase of the American apocalypse.

Something evil pulses below the streets of Sin City. After an explosive tragedy, the President’s only son ventures into the abandoned tunnel system, called by the distant voice of his father. His bodyguard, a sort of surrogate father for the child, follows him into a beating heart of greed & power. Another Tomb is revealed, another cataclysm is brokered. As our characters will all soon understand, the only thing more terrifying than what lies inside The Tomb, are the lengths someone would go to open it.  

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"Ian's writing always taps into something below the surface, it navigates past all distractions and goes straight for an emotional impact: grief, pain and primal fear.” says artist Benjamin AE Filby. “Through my artwork and collaboration with the stellar team we've assembled, I endeavour to have Tomb of the Red Horse tear through the pages, grab our readers, and drag them into a world of terror."

“The Tomb series is the story of an American apocalypse, and Red Horse drills down into the turmoil of our divided population.” added writer Ian Mondrick “Benjamin’s art deftly captures the subtle nuance of our characters’ emotions, and commands your attention when he’s bringing larger-than-life chaos to the page.”

If you missed the first book, don't worry. You can pick it up through the Tomb of the Red Horse Kickstarter along with digital and physical copies of the new book, enamel pins, commissions, and more. The campaign runs through November 1st, 2020 and is already close to its funding goal.

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James Ferguson
Lord of the Funny Books
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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