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Friday, October 02, 2009

Kolchak: Monsters Among Us

Moonstone Books will be collecting my Kolchak Tales: Night Stalker of the Living Dead miniseries, illustrated by Tim Hamilton (Fahrenheit 451), in the forthcoming trade paperback collection Kolchak the Night Stalker: Monsters Among Us.

Along with the Living Dead miniseries, the volume will also contain the Kolchak Tales: The Frankenstein Agenda, by David Michelinie and Don Hudson. That's the wraparound cover above, by artist Woodrow Hinton.

Here's the official info:

Kolchak the Night Stalker: Monsters Among Us

Written by David Michelinie, Christopher Mills

Art by : Don Hudson, Tim Hamilton

Cover: Woodrow J. Hinton III

188pgs, 7” x 10”, $18.95

10 digit: 1-933076-59-3

13 digit: 978-1-933076-59-1

TV’s premiere paranormal investigator returns!

“Mills' purple prose narration evokes Darren McGavin's voice and gives the book the verisimilitude necessary to contrast the premise as well as serve as a catalyst for comedy.”

Two, two, TWO titanic and terrifying tales, collecting the Kolchak "Frankenstein Agenda" and "Night Stalker of the Living Dead" miniseries!

The farmlands don't always hold peace and quiet, as these two complementing Kolchak tales illustrate with an eerie clarity. In one town, Kolchak stumbles across a hulking mutation of a man-gone-wrong, and becomes as wanted by the U.S. Army as the creature they are stalking! And in yet another small town, there is a secret behind the silent, endless acres of corn... a secret that is turning townsfolk into decaying, walking dead! Kolchak had best use his... BRAAAAINS... if he's going to get out of this one!

It's already available for pre-order at Amazon.


Anonymous said...

I hope they have the story on high quality paper. I have the 3 issue original and was disappointed in the quality of the hardcopy. The story was great and I look forward to your ongoing series of Kolchak stories.

Hope you're feeling better Chris.


Tim Hamilton said...

Whoo hoo!