What happens when Calvin and Hobbes grow up? That’s the question that is answered in David Pepose’s new series, Spencer & Locke, from Action Lab Entertainment.

SPENCER & LOCKE #1
Writer: David Pepose
Artist: Jorge Santiago, Jr.
Colorist: Jasen Smith
Letterer: Colin Bell
Cover Artists: Main Cover by Jorge Santiago, Jr., Variant Cover by Maan House, NYCC Exclusive Variant Cover by Joe Mulvey

What if Calvin & Hobbes grew up in Sin City? Find out in SPENCER & LOCKE, a dark four-issue crime thriller from Action Lab Entertainment’s Danger Zone imprint. Written by David Pepose and illustrated by Jorge Santiago, Jr., SPENCER & LOCKE follows Detective Locke, who returns to the scene of his horrific upbringing when his grade-school sweetheart, Sophie Jenkins, is found dead in a lonesome back alley. But when Locke’s investigation dredges up menacing figures from his traumatic past, there’s only one person he can trust to help him close the case — his childhood imaginary panther, Spencer.

The twisted nostalgia of SPENCER & LOCKE comes to comic shops and digital devices in March 2017, or be one of the first to dive into the story this weekend with an exclusive New York Comic-Con variant of SPENCER & LOCKE #1 by artist Joe Mulvey!

32 pgs./ T+ / FC $3.99 (reg.), $10 (NYCC var.)

 

via Action Lab Entertainment

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