THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS sent back to print
October 20, 2016
Image Comics is pleased to announce that THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS issues #1-3 created by writer Jonathan Hickman (EAST OF WEST) and artist Tomm Coker are being rushed back to print in order to keep up with increased customer demand. Printings of every issue will be available upon release of the forthcoming THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #4.
THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS is classic occultism where the various schools of magic are actually clandestine banking cartels who control all of society: a secret world where vampire Russian oligarchs, Black popes, enchanted American aristocrats, and hitmen from the International Monetary Fund work together to keep ALL OF US in our proper place.
THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS is also available for purchase across all digital platforms, including the Image Comics website (imagecomics.com), the official Image Comics iOS app, Comixology’s website (comixology.com), iOS, Android, and Google Play.
THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #1, 4th printing (Diamond Code SEP168233), THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #2, 3rd printing (Diamond Code SEP168234), THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #3, 2nd printing (Diamond Code SEP168235), and THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #4 (Diamond Code SEP160719) will all be available on Wednesday, November 16th. The final order cutoff for retailers is Monday, October 24th.
Select praise for THE BLACK MONDAY MURDERS:
“Wall Street conjures deadly magic in The Black Monday Murders... Both huge and relatable. The hook threads a bizarre and long-standing conspiracy into the world of finance, rooted in a visceral supernatural dimension, but a welcome humanity gives that conflict a relatable core.” —Paste Magazine
“Where the majority of Hickman's work leans towards science fiction, this series is equal parts gritty crime drama and Lovecraftian horror story. It almost feels like the kind of story Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips would cook up, though there's no mistaking the dialogue and general presentation here.” —IGN
“A strong work that demands every fiber of your attention, The Black Monday Murders is a bit out of step with current titles and that makes it that much better.” —Fangoria