At The Shore #2

AtTheShore2-coverby Jim Campbell

The second issue in a series of full-color digital comics by acclaimed comic book colorist and Meathaus member Jim Campbell.

Dean tries rescuing Astrid’s stuff from her car as the tide washes it away, but a creepy underwater encounter scares him off, prompting Gabi to tell more of her own story. No one has patience for her digressions, but what they see as the sun sets proves her stories might be true after all. Hopefully they’ll heed Jorge’s warnings to “remember the wind dimensions.”

The resulting mesh of conflicting tones and genre bending is delightfully unpredictable and off-kilter, and makes me a really fun read.  Without being overly saccharine or excessively twee, At the Shore is, without a doubt, the most charming zombie comic on the market today.  It’s rewarding read for those of us who enjoy low-key humor and oddball horror.” — Harris Smith, ComiXology

A newly expanded version of the At The Shore stories originally serialized in Krachmacher.

40 page color comic
September, 2014







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