Strange Kid Comix Magazine #2 Arrives Just in Time for Halloween

SK2-coverStrange Kids Club is excited to announce its second issue of the Strange Kid Comix Magazine featuring a hauntingly awesome cover by David Hartman— character designer and Emmy Award-nominated director for shows like Transformers: Prime, MTV’s Spider-Man and Extreme Ghostbusters.

This extra special Halloween-themed issue continues SK’s tradition of combining immature, gross out humor with a crazy love for pop culture parody in a spine-chilling new series of stories by creators Aaron Klopp, Brian Fyffe, Christine Larsen, Craig Collins, Glen Brogan, German Orozco, Sean K. Dove, Keith Allen, Neil Camera, Smo, Beans and Bueller and Zach Bellissimo.

Each short stars the club mascot; Strange Kid, a personification of prepubescent deviant behavior with a penchant for monsters, video games and generally causing as much Halloween-themed havoc to those around him as possible and includes an a bonus “treat” for all of the Halloweenies out there: two exclusive cut-out monster mask by David Hartman and Keith Allen!

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“Vibrantly illustrated by many of today’s top talents… artist interviews and gooey handfuls of dark humor help round out this release.”

-Gary Pullin (Rue Morgue)

“Strange Kid Comix #2 is, more than anything, a potent shot of hyperactive horror fandom, a candy-fueled headtrip time-warping our brain-damaged psyches to the endless Halloween of Monster Kid childhood.”

-Wilhelm Screem (Bloodsprayer)

“STRANGE KIDS COMIX MAGAZINE is a bloody romp that will take you back to the good old days of gorey (sometimes comically so) movies, up-all-night scarefests with friends, and more fun than a funsized bag of candy corn.”

-Meredith Short (Viper Comics)

To snag yourself a copy, check out the official Strange Kid Shop.

Rondal Scott III is an illustrator and graphic designer who tackles each day with Red Bull-induced enthusiasm and is a self-professed Twitter addict. He’s illustrated several independent children’s books and in 2009 his obsession with horror movies and pop culture inspired him to establish the Strange Kids Club, a virtual clubhouse for geeky, pop culture nostalgia.

 

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