When Beth Wills comes to Silk Hills, a small Appalachian town that’s seen better days since the mines were abandoned, she expected a bit of culture shock… But not like this! Beth is someone who has a talent for finding people who don’t want to be found, and when she’s called to Silk Hills by a local titan of industry, she can tell that something’s not right. Little does she know…
Silk Hills was once booming, but the only reason people tend to come through town anymore is to buy Mothman merchandise. Before long, Beth finds out just how wrong things can get in the woods, as her search for a missing troubled youth finds her running afoul of the local drug trade, too-friendly creepers, a very sinister deer, and psychoactive moth dust.
ABOUT THE CREATORS
Ryan Ferrier is a Canadian comic-book writer, published by every major North American comics company, and best known for his original comic series’ such as Kennel Block Blues, Death Orb, I Can Sell You A Body, the highly celebrated D4VE trilogy, and the acclaimed graphic novel Criminy. Ryan has also written for some of pop culture’s most beloved properties, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Marvel’s Deadpool, DC’s Batman, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, G.I. Joe, and Planet of the Apes. He is an avid fan of black coffee, hardcore music, professional wrestling, and fat pets.
Brian Level is a cartoonist, tattooer, and writer who has contributed to premiere comic books including Star Wars, Batman, Spider-Man, Avengers, and Deadpool. His work has been internationally recognized for over fifteen years. He was born from dust, and to the dust he shall return. Until then, he lives with his family in the greater Cincinnati area, where he makes stories and operates Illuminaut Tattoo.
Kate Sherron is an artist, designer, and comic-book writer whose comics credits include The Amazing World of Gumball, Adventure Time, Rugrats, Labyrinth: A Discovery Adventure, and, of course, Invader ZIM. Kate also wrangles hellbeasts in an amateur capacity and lives in St. Louis, MO.
Christopher Crank (crank!) has lettered a bunch of books put out by Image, Dark Horse, Oni Press, Dynamite, and elsewhere. He also has a podcast with comic artist Mike Norton and members of Four Star Studios in Chicago (crankcast.com), and makes music (sonomorti.bandcamp.com). Catch him on Twitter: @ccrank and Instagram: ccrank.