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Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

“Officer Dale Chesnutt has a big bloody problem – slaughtered civilians are turning up in the sleepy town of Cypress and now it’s on him to figure it out. But while he is discovering more carnage, and his violent passions for a sexy mysterious woman, a vicious creature strikes again, this time at Dale’s own family.” Avatar Press.

David Lapham (Crossed: Badlands, Stray Bullets) and Gabriel Andrade (Lady Death) create a non-stop sex fueled bloodbath with Ferals. Violent, Bloody, Gruesome and Shocking are but a few of the words I would use to describe this series; mix in generous helpings of brutally rough sex (with lots of overly large breasted women) and Ferals is a surefire winner. Truly fearsome Werewolves (not your tweeny fantasy twilight dogs) make this series a pleasure to read. If you are into werewolves at all, Ferals is required reading. If you just want something soaked in gore and scattered with some beautifully drawn women, this will do as well. Avatar Press keeps on delivering with over the top and extremely graphic horror titles! Ferals @ Avatar Press. Enjoy!

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Crossed

Crossed. 2008.

Crossed is a comic book written by Garth Ennis and drawn by Jacen Burrows for the first ten issues, and published by Avatar Press. Following volumes Crossed: Family Values, Crossed 3D, and Crossed: Psychopath were written by David Lapham. A new series, Crossed: Badlands is written by Ennis and drawn by Burrows. A web comic, Crossed: Wish You Were Here, has also been produced. (Wiki)

I have read alot of comics in my day, usually along the extreme/strange line. This brings me to the Crossed series; absolute and complete violent madness and brutality here! It is described as an adult entertainment comic not to be confused with pornography at all, though there are alot of sexual scenes. I have read all of the Crossed series numerous times and am still shocked as I turn each blood soaked page. For fans of brutal horror whether in print or on film this is a definite must read. I would recommend starting with Ennis’ original Crossed story line but it doesn’t really matter which series to start with. A free web series of Crossed is available here courtesy of Avatar Press. Check it out now!

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