The greatest monster hunter tale has arrived. Issue 1 arrives digitally March 2012.
Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter
Written by Russell Nohelty, Art by Renzo Podesta, Edited by Gwendolyn Borgen
Ichabod Jones is a deranged, mentally unstable psychopath. He’s also on a mission to save the world. At least that’s what the bossy voice in his head tells him. The same voice that led him to be interred in a maximum security mental asylum in the first place.
Now, he must escape from the asylum and rid the world of monsters in the midst of the Apocalypse. Of course he’s a psychopath, so who knows if anything going on in his head is real in the first place.
Ichabod Jones is frightened of everything, has no grasp on reality – to a psychotic degree – and he’s also humanity’s last hope for survival. Only he has the power to rid the world of evil. But will he accept the mantle of hero or continue whimpering in cowardice?
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While escaping the asylum, Ichabod has encountered a group of fellow inmates trapped in the basement. Being a loner by nature, common sense would have him quickly moving on. But Ichabod was in the asylum for a reason… and common sense is a little thin on the ground.
Escaping the asylum is looking like it might have been the easy part. Now Ichabod must lead his ragtag party across a barren wasteland to the promised safety of a town on the horizon. This isn’t made any easier by an enormous, hungry slug monster, larger than anything he’s ever seen… real or imagined.
Having reached the town, Ichabod is faced with one final challenge. Captured by the town’s diabolical leader, Ichabod must make a deal to save his friends from certain death.