Between like half a dozen Paranormal Activity films and every 13th pretty vampire franchise, sometimes it seems like supernatural storytelling can get stagnant. Fortunately for those who enjoy the expertly researched and recontextualized horror of comic book greats like Shigeru Mizuki and Mike Mignola, the team of writer (and former CA contributor) Casey Seijas and artist Amancay Nahuelpan-Bustamante is willing to go the extra mile in their upcoming graphic novel, Duppy '78. Drawing from Caribbean and Rastafarian lore, the pair have worked to present a Jamaican crime story that may just define your take on the malevolent spirits known as "duppies" when it drops in February through Com.X.
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Andi Ewington's "45" is inspired by actual events. No, not in the ridiculously redundant and deceiving Hollywood tag line sense - and no, the author makes no claims to have dealt with authentic super humans