• Image of Our Final Halloween #1
  • Image of Our Final Halloween #1
  • Image of Our Final Halloween #1
  • Image of Our Final Halloween #1
  • Image of Our Final Halloween #1

From co-creators Mike Lee-Graham and Mike Garley.

Cover art by Jess Taylor - log and lettering by Mike Stock.

(Patrons receive a 30% discount on all purchase - patreon.com/mikegarley)

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Five kids wake up in an abandoned house. They don’t know why they're there, how they got there, or whose blood they’re covered in...

Disorientated, and with no short-term memory, these five kids will need to work together to solve the mysteries of this hellish house, or this will be their final Halloween.

Co-created by Mike Garley (Adventure Time, The Kill Screen, Samurai Slasher), and Michael Lee-Graham (Shortlist Magazine, Hero Complex Gallery, Dead Roots), Our Final Halloween tells the story of a diverse group of characters who need to band together to fight an ancient evil, in this John Carpenter/HP Lovecraft inspired 80s horror romp.

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“One of the most impressive books I’ve read in a while”- G-Man (comics anonymous)

“Rollercoaster is perhaps an over-used metaphor for something like this, but
I really feel it’s valid.” -Clare Hemsworth (Fandemonium Network)

“A triumph” - Heather Tinsley (The Valkyries)

“And of course... with all the very best horror tales... THAT ENDING! Perfection.” - Erica (Erica Robyn Reads)

"An immersive modern tale inspired by classic horror, dripping with suspense and spooky visuals with a splash of wonderfully dark Scream-like humour" - Dave and Chris (Comics In Motion Podcast)

“Truly frightening” - Jim Coniglio (one-legged reviews)

“A really smartly conceived book, which makes the most of a knock out opener to deliver a really fast paced slice of action horror.” - Alex Thomas (Pipedream comics)

“This is the comic for you!” - Andrew Martinez (The Comics Bolt)

"Buffy meets Evil Dead 2. Colourful, crazy fun. I'm into it." - Kevin Lehane (Grabbers, Neil Gaiman's Likely Stories)

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38 Pages
Full colour
Suggested for a mature audience