“Former Vertigo editor and bestselling writer Pornsak Pichetshote has teamed with artist Aaron Campbell (The Shadow) to bring us a graphic tale as timely as our newspaper headlines, with a dangerous and sinister supernatural approach.”
An American Muslim woman moves into a new building. Along with her neighbors from all cultures and races, she finds that something just isn’t right with her new home. As the strange events begin to mount, she discovers her new home is haunted by creatures that feed off hate. Focusing on the intimate fears many encounter today, Infidel is a story of how each character’s racial and cultural background informs and builds the story as each new issue brings them closer to true horror.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Former Vertigo editor and bestselling writer Pornsak Pichetshote has teamed with artist Aaron Campbell (The Shadow) to bring us a graphic tale as timely as our newspaper headlines, with a dangerous and sinister supernatural approach. This new comic series tackles racism and how it affects those from different cultural backgrounds. Following on the success of Jordan Peele’s Get Out, and considering the current political landscape in America, the timing of this comic series couldn’t be more appropriate. Releasing from IMAGE 14 March 2018, Infidel by Pornsak Pichetshotel and Aaron Campbell is available for pre-order through Amazon and Comixology right now.
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