Sullivan’s Slugger Graphic Novel

Sullivan's Slugger Graphic Novel
(photos: Mark A. Smith) Sullivan’s Slugger Graphic Novel | from US$30.00 | newbrightonsociety.com

if you love the visual experience of a graphic novel, love to the idea about ordinary baseball players kicking some monster’s ass or simply appreciate a good storyline that goes along with beautiful artworks, then you should not miss Sullivan’s Slugger, a graphic novel written by Mark Andrew Smith with art by James Stokoe. the story is as follows:

[quote]Long past their former glory, the minor league Sluggers get an invitation to play a baseball game in a cursed small town. After the 7th inning stretch, the sun goes down, and the dysfunctional teammates find themselves fighting for their lives against a town of flesh-eating monsters! Now, it’s up to coach Casey Sullivan to help his team escape from being the next dish in the town’s terrifying feeding frenzy! Eisner & Harvey Award-winning graphic novel author Mark Andrew Smith joins forces with Eisner nominated illustrator James Stokoe for a gripping roller coaster of a graphic novel, packed with shocks, gore, and screamingly outrageous humor, when America’s Favorite Past Time becomes one team’s ultimate nightmare![/quote]

from the initiate graphics, this book looks like a visual treat to me and as for the story, it sounds like something i would watch if it was on the silver screen. however, the best part is that this graphic novel is exclusive only to Kickstarter backers and will be available for a limited time, which makes it a collectible for any horror genre graphic novel fans. for just $30, this 200-page, color, hardcover book can be yours.

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