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SHE WOLF BLENDS WEREWOLVES, WITCHCRAFT, AND SURREALISM THIS JUNE

Being a teenager sucks enough as it is, but what if you thought you were a werewolf?  Such is the case in She Wolf, an upcoming series from cartoonist Rich Tommaso set to debut in June from Image Comics.  The book is described as a “chilling, fever-dream mystery” and a “surreal exploration in horror.”  It follows a teenage girl who believes she's been bitten by a werewolf.  Soon after, she starts to experience feverish nightmares that bleed into her everyday reality.  

"This is the most surreal thing I've ever written—a horror tale about a teenage werewolf who uses witchcraft to become a higher level of demon," said Tommaso. "The backdrop is Sparta, New Jersey—where I grew up during the wild '80s. As strange as this story is, the tiny parts that ARE autobiographical are more vivid blended into this mysterious world than some of the 100% straight-auto-bio comics I've done in the past."

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Some of my favorite horror comics in recent years have played with the idea of an unreliable narrator.  The fact that the main character in She Wolf only believes she was bitten by a werewolf opens up the door to so many possibilities.  What's real?  What's just in her head?  When you can't trust your own mind, it makes everyday events exponentially more terrifying.  

She Wolf #1 is set for release on June 22nd.  It is currently available for pre-order.

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James Ferguson
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James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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