Alan Moore returns to his fish-semenal work, Neonomicon, with Providence at Avatar Press.
Source: Bleeding Cool
At the Avatar Press panel at San Diego Comic Con, the publisher announced a new twelve issue maxi-series from Alan Moore and Jason Burrows called Providence. The book will be a follow-up to Neonomincon, the book that brought us fish demon orgasms and... well, just see for yourself:
Yeah, that'll derail an article. Um, where were we?
Oh, Moore is calling the book "The Watchmen of horror," and it will be out in 2015. Also on the way from Avatar: Caliban, a seven issue mini from Garth Ennis, an Ennis run on Crossed starting with issue #100, the next Crossed arc from newcomer Max Bemis, a third Extinction Parade book from Max Brooks, a new ongoing from Justin Jordan, Dark Gods, and more Uber from Kieron Gillen. Some of that may have already been announced, but who pays attention to Avatar other than Bleeding Cool because they have to?
During the panel, Brooks said that Crossed made Chuck Palahniuk puke when he read it, and said that it sells better than Batman in Germany, which honestly isn't all that surprising.
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