Check out all things Rotten, the new comic book I have co-authored with Mark Rahner (art by Dan Dougherty). It’s for sale at Moonstone’s Rotten page here. Our official site, with cover art and info, is here; make sure you examine the newly-uncovered 1877 diary entries of U.S. government agent John J. Flynn, which might yield some clues as to the nature of the catastrophic events chronicled in Rotten.
You can – and must – order the Rotten trade paperback: the first six issues collected together. Amazon.com has it, HeavyInk has it, and your local comic-book shop should be stocked. You can also get it straight from the publisher. Don’t be left out.
Don’t forget the “flip book” one-off Rotten story, in which we share space with Zombies vs. Cheerleaders. Check it at Moonstone.
Behold the coolness of the Rotten music video: here.
Facebook: be a Fan of Rotten here.
“One of the strongest and strangest concepts I’ve ever heard, executed with horrific precision.”—-Ed Brubaker
“It’s Deadwood by way of Stephen King. It’s Undeadwood. It’s witty, it’s disturbing, and it’s a must-read.”—Mark Waid
USA Today interviews the authors: here.
Ain’t it Cool News calls it a “must-buy.” Read here.
Fangoria has a review; I think this qualifies as a rave.
Comics Waiting Room digs issues #3 and 4: here.
Newsarama goes for it: here.
The authors on KUOW with host Steve Scher: here.
An interview with the authors by KPTK’s Jacques Pugh, here. Our segment begins about halfway through the broadcast.
And another podcast for Stackofdimes, here.