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Now grown up, the only surviving victim of a perverted child-killing clown must deal with unwanted notoriety, painful memories, and the calculated slaughter of those around him coinciding with the release of the clown's old TV show on DVD.
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Graphic Novel Coming Soon!
Scorn, created by Kevin Moyers, had it's first two issues published by Source Point Press. Taking over the writing duties from Moyers, David Hayes scripted the final half. Watch the trailer for Scorn below.
"When Micheal's best friend Glenn is killed he makes a decision that will change his life forever."
Posted by David C. Hayes at 12:04 PM
Monday, July 6, 2015
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This 60-page graphic novel from Source Point Press, written and created by David Hayes, tells the bizarre tale of young Peter Cotton, who grew up in the town of Easter Falls and loves rabbits. Peter’s science project on rabbit breeding is ruined when the school bullies beat up and actually kill his rabbit. Years later, the kindly but still shy Dr. Cotton works steadily, gently with his rabbits to cure human infertility. Unbeknownst to Peter, the military is perverting his work, developing fierce soldiers with strength far exceeding a human of their size, and with Peter’s fertility serum, the ability to breed in the field. Peter discovers the true nature of the experiment and tries to stop it. But in an accident of poetic justice, a bite from an experimental rabbit combines with Peter’s own serum to transform him into the evil Rottentail. This creature heads to Easter Falls to exact revenge for the wrongdoings of his youth and to finally lay claim to the love of his life. His timing could not be better since Easter Falls biggest day of the year is coming up and the entire town will be there to watch the annual Easter Parade.
Written by David Hayes and Kevin Moyers
Pencilled by Kurt Belcher
Inked by Henrik Horvath
Pin-Ups by Michael Bracco
Posted by David C. Hayes at 11:34 PM