The story centers upon Purvis Gunt, a malcontent and pervert who works at a pharmaceutical lab. Purvis is obsessed with having rampant, porno-style sex with nearly every woman he sees but it’s never gonna happen for him because, in addition to the fact that he’s married, he’s revolting in every possible way. So he turns to science for a way to cheat the situation, using the resources of the pharmaceutical lab to create something that will cause women to lose any and all inhibition or restraint and fill them with uncontrollable lust. Purvis, however, is a terrible scientist. What he cooks up is a virus that fills women with not only a lust for sex…but for blood!
When the virus gets out and infects the female population of the small town where Purvis lives, carnage ensues and it’s up to Purvis, disgraced priest Father Osorio and super macho but sexually ambiguous SWAT officer Mack Diesel to contain the situation before woman-hating US President Pole drops a nuke on the whole goddamn mess!
AND keeping in the vein of our proud tradition of appearing in our own films, the Twisted Twins will be appearing as the "Sister Sisters" in the graphic novel, timid twin nuns turned maniacal, knife wielding man eaters. ATTACHED, HERE'S YOUR FIRST LOOK AT THE BOOK.
We're offering some very cool experiences as incentives as way of thanking our fans for their generous support INCLUDING the opportunity to appear in the book!! YOU CAN EVEN GET KILLED BY THE TWINS!!!
Story: Daniel Way and Jen & Sylvia Soska | Interior art: Rob Dumo | Cover art: Dave Johnson | Colors: Dee Cunniffe | Letters: John Workman
Softcover | 144 pgs | Full color
After being awarded a Xeric grant in 2000 for his first self-published work, “Violent Lifestyle”, Daniel Way was immediately approached by Marvel Comics and asked to contribute to the Spider-Man series, “Tangled Web”. Over the next 14 years, Way wrote nearly all of Marvel’s major characters, including lengthy runs on “Wolverine: Origins” and “Deadpool”, a series for which he wrote a record number of issues. In addition, Way was the lead writer for Activision’s Deadpool videogame, released in 2013.
Rob is an artist from Buffalo, New York. Currently art director for Broken Icon Comics, he's also a regular contributor to the web comic The Gutters. Other past work includes "Robyn Hood" for Zenescope Entertainment and "Nightmare Unknown" and "Chosen & Forsaken" for Broken Icon Comics. He's also artist and creator of the upcoming "Eccentrix". His online portfolio can be viewed at www.robdumoart.com.
TWISTED TWINS PRODUCTIONS
Canadian identical twin sister writing and directing duo Jen and Sylvia Soska, known as the "Twisted Twins", first broke onto the scene with their DIY love letter to Grindhouse filmmaking, DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK. The film quickly grew into an award winning, critically acclaimed, cult classic sensation, even getting the attention of director Eli Roth (HOSTEL) who praise it saying, "it's fucking awesome". The Twins went on to follow up their break through indie gem with the accomplished and genre defining AMERICAN MARY that place horror icon KATHARINE ISABELLE in the title role of Mary Mason, a medical student who gets drawn into the world of body modification and underground surgeries. "Fucking amazing. Extraordinary. A really superb picture. Katharine Isabelle is awesome", hailed horror legend Clive Barker (HELLRAISER). The Soska Sisters have gone on to be very outspoken about equal rights across the board including but not limited to the LGBTQ community. They're actively involved in promoting blood donation and create a new PSA for it every February in celebration of Women In Horror Month, on which board they serve. And they are only just getting started.
"The Soska Twins break half the established rules of screenwriting and somehow get away with it, and their direction is clever and assured throughout. More importantly, they show a sense of cultural awareness that most of their white male peers don't even seem to know exists. This allows them to step into dangerous territory with a maturity, insight, and humanity that rarely seen in this genre anymore." Dan Schaffer (DOGWITCH)"