Where Monsters Lie: Cull-De-Sac #1 Cabin in the Woods meets Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

Slashers always come back for more, so it should be no surprise that Wilmurst and all its residents will return in Where Monsters Lie: Cull-De-Sac, the next volume in Kyle Starks and Piotr Kowalski’s Where Monsters Lie series. The hit meta-horror comedy by Eisner Award-nominated writer Starks (I Hate This Place, Pine and Merrimac), illustrator Kowalski (All Eight Eyes, The Many Deaths of Barnaby James), colorist Vladimir Popov, and letterer Josh Reed returns just in time for Halloween.

Come join us, friends, for it’s time to visit another gated community for slashers! Meet a new cast of horrible monsters as we return to the world of Where Monsters Lie. Connor Hayes, final boy turned apex monster hunter, has been brought to Site B and expected to be a good little killer, but will he cooperate? And what sort of bone-tingling secrets inhabit this new horror hamlet?

“I love a good horror movie like nobody else,” said Starks. “I adore a great horror slasher. But you know what I like even more? A SEQUEL! Brilliant artist Piotr Kowalski did such a great job of bringing the awful beasts of Site A to life I just had to see what he would do at Site B! If you LOVED Volume One you have a great treat coming here in the Cull-de-sac. IF you didn’t read Volume One what are you doing! Read it then come pick this up! What terrible, evil fun we’re having! JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN!!!”

Where Monsters Lie: Cull-De-Sac #1 (of 4) will be available in comic shops on October 16, 2024. It is now available to pre-order from your local comic shop for $3.99.

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Praise for Where Monsters Lie:
“If you’re looking for a twisted laugh or a fan of the slasher genre, this is a must-get.”—Graphic Policy

“A unique approach to horror and killers, it’s funny, weird, and wholly original.”—AIPT Comics

“A high-concept blast of mirth and mayhem that will leave readers desperate for a sequel.”—Library Journal, Starred Review

“The writing and the art crafts plenty of scares, dark humor, and even ennui. Come for the horror, stay for the bizarre (and totally blood-soaked) character study.”—Multiversity Comics

“If you’re looking for a comic that’s a lot of fun, extremely dark, and just all-around really well done, Where Monsters Lie is it.”—Comics Beat

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