ComiXology Originals have a fair few Halloween themed reads for you coming out over the next two weeks, just in time for Halloween. And, they’ve provided us with a few details and the of preview too. So, first up is a preview of Josie and the Pussycats in Space, a five issue mini-series from writer by Alex de Campi with art by Devaki Neogi. First issue out Wednesday, October 30, 2019.
Josie and the Pussycats are the hottest band in outer space! But with fame and fortune comes turmoil as internal conflicts are threatening to tear the group apart. But that’s nothing compared to the alien horrors they’re about to encounter as they find themselves adrift in the vastness of space! Even if the Pussycats manage to stick together as a band, will they be able to survive the horrors that await them in the final frontier?
Then, there’s the original graphic novel, Dracula: Son of the Dragonfrom Mark Sable and Salgood Sam. Out on October 23rd.
Mark Sable and Max Douglas, aka Salgood Sam, re-unite to tell the story of Vlad Tepes (Vlad the Impaler, Vlad Drucul), the so-called “historical Dracula”. But how did this 15th century ruler become the world’s most notorious vampire? As an adolescent in Wallachia, young Prince Vlad learns hard lessons in politics and betrayal and is held prisoner of the Ottoman Turks after being introduced to the Dark Arts at the infamous Scholomance in Transylvania. To survive he believes he must kill in the name of God in order to serve the Holy Roman Order of The Dragon—a very secret – but very real – society both Vlad and his father were members of—but at what cost?
ComiXoloy are also releasing Tremor Dose, another original graphic novel from writer Michael Conrad with art by Noah Bailey, and out October 30th.
Everyone dreams, but are these dreams our own? Who controls our thoughts when we’re sleeping? Ginn, is a young college student who has been having wildly disturbing nightmares featuring a man she has never met. When she finds a flyer with his picture and the question, “Have you dreamed this man?” she submits to an interview that begins to unravel her perceptions of reality.
Finally, and with only a cover to show you for now is Chip Zdarsky and Jason Loo’s Afterlife, another 5 issue series also available on October 30th
In Afterlift, Janice Chen is adrift. She quits her day job in finance and signs up to be a driver on a ride-sharing app. But what was at first a mundane but enjoyable way to pass the time takes a terrible turn when a mysterious passenger updates his ride with a very final destination: the afterlife!