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After the succcess of Man Goat & The Bunnyman, Zenescope Entertainment is doubling down on the comedy / horror mash-up with Possessive a new three-part limited series. The offbeat horror rom-com brings screenwriter Hans Rodionoff and Adam F. Goldberg together with Zenescope's creative team of Joe Brusha, Ralph Tedesco, and Dave Franchini.

Let's not mince words. Todd's a loser. He has no job, no prospects, and almost no drive. With his wife ready to take the children and go, Todd buys the family their dream home. Todd takes a chance on a house that needs much more upkeep than a few coats of paint and new carpet. And little does Todd know, in the attic resides a terrifying and deadly spirit who does not do well with cohabitation. But while this frightening specter may have murderous tendencies, she might just be what Todd needs to turn his life around. Forgetting Sarah Marshall meets the Grudge, you know you're in for a hell of a ride! From the comedic and possibly unhinged minds of Adam F. Goldberg and Hans Rodionoff comes this off-beat love story that will warmly haunt the very depths of beating and non-beating hearts alike.

“One day while I was hanging out with Hans, we came up with the absurd idea that a drunken loser is so at rock bottom that even an evil spirit takes pity on him,” recalls Goldberg, “They fall in love. And then all Hell breaks loose.”

“The key is you get a bunch of funny people who know how to tell a good story to come together.” said Zenescope's Ralph Tedesco. “And sometimes you get some brilliantly weird sh*t. That’s Possessive.”

It alarms me a bit that no artist is announced for this book when it's set to debut in July. We'll keep our eyes peeled for more information. The first issue, due out on July 21st, clocks in at 36 pages and will retail for $5.99.

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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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