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Asylum reanimates voodoo zombies In Lovecraft-inspired comic ‘Undead Evil’

undead_evil_1_p3_500pxAsylum Press has announced the release of a new horror comic titled “Undead Evil,” a digital first comic book, on all digital platforms.

Undead Evil is the tale of Alfred Carter and his attempt to save his estranged family from a centuries old Voodoo curse. Written by Frank Forte (Heavy Metal, The Vampire Verses, Asylum of Horrors) and illustrated by Nenad Gucunja (Satan’s Circus of Hell, Girls and Corpses, Warlash) with a painted cover by Ben Olson (Area 51:Blacksite, Drakan 1 & 2, The Suffering,

Undead Evil takes place in New Orleans in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A centuries old family curse is reignited by an undead Voodoo priest and paranormal researcher Alfred Carter begins to have disturbing visions of the past, present and future. When Alfred is summoned by the ghost of his ancestor, he must travel to The Big Easy to cleanse his bloodline. What he finds are untold family secrets and a descent into madness. This twisted tale can be described as H.P. Lovecraft meets Angel Heart. Issue #1 features a Nenad Guncunja sketchbook and Ben Olson cover art process section.

“I’m excited to finally release the first issue of this mini series,“ explained creator Frank Forte, “Nenad Gucunja is an incredibly unique and talented artist. He was the prefect choice to illustrate such a horrific tale. His illustrations will bring a chill up your spine.”

Undead Evil #1 is available on Comixology, ComicsPlus, Graphicly, My Digital Comics, DriveThruComics, AVE Comics and can be found on on iPad, iPhone, Kindle, Android devices, Mac, and PC.

COMIXOLOGY LINK
http://www.comixology.com/Undead-Evi…cs-series/6873

Undead Evil #1 Preview Link
http://www.asylumpress.com/titles/undead-evil/

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