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It's an unfortunate state of affairs when the current political climate is rife with possibility for horror stories.  Hopefully that's one good thing to come out of all the chaos going on in the world today.  Creators Eric Palicki and Matt Miner are seizing this opportunity with This Nightmare Kills Fascists, a new black-and-white horror comics anthology currently on Kickstarter.  The book is in the vein of classic anthology comics like Creepy and Eerie and it includes an impressive array of creators including Ryan K. Lindsay, Justin Jordan, Tini Howard, Christian DiBari, Ryan Ferrier, and much more.

“I'm honored to have been called up, and I'm really proud of what I [and collaborator Soo Lee have] added,” said contributing writer Ryan K. Lindsay, adding, “the book has this loose idea of being a ‘horror’ antho about our current global political climate. But we come at that in completely wild and oblique ways. Completely fun to do.”

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“My story is called ‘Thermonuclear Hunger Strike,’ about a man out to eat the president who caused a nuclear war,” said Justin Jordan, providing just one example of the content readers can expect from This Nightmare Kills Fascists.

In addition to the book itself, rewards include selections of contributors previous work, script reviews, custom sketches, and more.  The Kickstarter campaign runs through July 14th, 2017.  At the time of this writing, it is 60% to its goal of $20,000.

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