In March, Vertigo will release Savage Things, a horror mini-series from Justin Jordan and Ibrahim Moustafa.


Twenty-five years ago, a secret government organization kidnapped children and trained them to be agents of chaos, designed to foment unrest and execute enemies of the state around the world. When these cold and unfeeling creations proved too difficult to control, the powers that be exterminated their kill squad with extreme prejudice. Too bad it didn’t work.

Now a rogue band of the worst monsters the world has ever known is cutting a swath of terror across the United States, threatening not just a disruption of the peace but to expose secrets their handlers never wanted to come to light. The only way to stop them is to call back the only man who ever walked away from them. His code name is Abel, and he’s not afraid of getting his hands bloody.

It’s like monster horror meets spy thriller from the solicitation information.

 

“I’ve always loved spy thrillers and horror, but I haven’t seen a lot that melds the two genres,” explains writer Justin Jordan. “We’ve seen in the real world how easy it is for a handful of people to bring the gears of civilization grinding to a halt by spreading shock and fear. Those are amateurs. Imagine what we’d get if there were a group of people—brilliant, gifted people—whose entire lives had been training them to spread fear to destabilize a society. That was horrifying to me. Terrifying to me. And that’s what SAVAGE THINGS is about. It’s about the weapons we create being turned on us.”

Savage Things is scheduled as an eight-issue mini-series that kicks off on March 1, 2017.

via Vertigo

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