The UK indie cult comic 'The Kill Screen' collected as a platinum edition featuring a whole host of extras!
The Kill Screen is sci-fi/horror/thriller that explores what would happen to our world if it were infected by computer and computer game viruses. How would we all survive?
The Hardcover edition collects the original four issues - with a whole host of extras, such as SEVEN additional stories, original sketches, and guest pin ups.
In addition to the platinum edition, this version is larger, has a hard cover, includes original scripts and fan art pages. It also comes with a 'page missing' bookmark.
Comes with a PDF of the comic AND a digital copy of the mini original sound track by Ian Alex-Mac.
"A fantastic read, with an incredibly original concept, and it’s not coming from the big two or Image, but from the UK indie small press scene. You have to get your hands on it however you can!" - Bleeding Cool
“Not only do you get huge doses of action, horror and gore, but you also get a biting injection of dark humour.” - DownTheTubes
"10/10 - Edge of the seat moments mix with brutal but very human moments. BRILLIANT!” - Comics Anonymous
"Like the internet? Like games? Like comics? Well then read The Kill Screen because it is right up your street!" - Nerdly
"Startlingly original. The concept alone makes it worth checking out." - Gore Press
"A true 21st century science fiction story, relevant, stylish and frighteningly possible" - Inter-Comics Podcast
“Digital carnage has never looked so good or been so compelling. The Kill Screen isn't just the apocalypse we want... it’s the apocalypse we NEED. GET THIS BOOK!!!” - The Awesome Comics Podcast
"What really makes it stand out, however, is a genuinely strong hook" - Panel Beats
"9.5 The Kill Screen is a must read - it offers a unique premise, and strong execution." – Unleash the Fanboy
"A fun, well-written and drawn comic that deserves some attention" - A Place to Hang your Cape
"A fascinating look at a different type of dystopian future. I highly recommend checking it out." - What’cha Reading?