Author: Ryan Schifrin & Larry Hama (Story by R.A. Salvatore, Geno Salvatore and Ryan Schifrin)

Artist: Adam Archer & Jonny Rench

Cover Artists:

A – Bill Sienkiewicz
B – Adam Archer

The SPOOKS team undertakes a dangerous mission to rescue Frank from the Witch’s lair, where he’s being held captive. Once inside the Haunted Manor, Zach and Felicia face unimaginable horrors as they journey deeper into the heart of darkness. Meanwhile, the Witch prepares to unleash a devastating spell that will doom all of humanity.

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The Critics Love SPOOKS
Los Angeles, CA, February 24, 2008

The first issue of SPOOKS, the explosive military horror comic by Ryan Schifrin, Larry Hama, and Adam Archer, hit stores February 13, and already the reviews are dynamite.

“What a very cool first issue!” said ComicMonsters.com. “Vampires, Werewolves, Frankenstein monsters, Headless horsemen, witches and other things that go bump in the night. If you like monsters, you will love SPOOKS!”

“The cool factor – let’s face it – is pretty high,” echoed ComiXtreme. “G.I. Joe meets Underworld doesn’t quite say it. Throw a little Hellboy into the mix, or even a few strands of Image’s recent Occult Crimes Taskforce.”

“Grab your guns, check your stash of silver bullets and pray that you somehow are able to buckle down and withstand the forces of the night,” said Comic Pants. “[SPOOKS] howls Hollywood Summer Blockbuster at the top of its lungs, something that I can easily envision happening. Really though, it’s seven different kinds of fun, and sometimes that’s all you need…”

“The story and script are without flaw!” enthused the Secret Identity Podcast. “The comic reads like a movie with perfect pacing and all out …. Artist Adam Archer is a star on the rise! His work fills the panels with excitement... The fact that it's only a four issue mini 'for now' makes you savor every page...every word!”

“This is a concept that I can sink my teeth into,” said Newsarama. The U.S. Department of Supernatural Defense is a military force designed to confront the things that go bump in the night. Think BPRD with heavy ordinance. All and all a nice start.”

If Magazine noted, “This story delves … into the witchcraft side of things, and that really isn’t part of movies like UNDERWORLD, so it gives a new twist that adds just that many more levels to the saga.” Meanwhile, Ain’t it Cool News proclaimed, “Very, very nice stuff here. I’ll definitely be sticking around for the rest of this four issue miniseries.”

SPOOKS #2 hits stores mid-March, with covers by Federico D'Alessandro and Adam Archer. SPOOKS is TM and © 2008 Red Circle Productions. All rights reserved.