Another Image Expo announcement.
Ray Fawkes is going back to his roots. The comics creator is writing and illustrating a fully painted ongoing series called Intersect that will debut in November 2014. The series is being described as a murder mystery with horror elements, although Image's press release says to drop all assumptions about horror, so....yeah.
Straight from the Image PR itself, here's a weird description of the comic:
A story of struggle and transformation, INTERSECT takes readers on an unforgettable journey—a quest for understanding and purpose in a city gone truly mad. Readers must discard all assumptions about horror. INTERSECT, with its luminous, fully painted artwork, walks the line between the beautiful and the grotesque, the sensual and the horrific.
I like Ray Fawkes' indie stuff so I'm sure this will be swell. Here's the cover to the first issue:
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