Gingerdead Man Meets Evil Bong #1
Writer(s): Brockton McKinney
Artist Name(s): Sergio Rios
Cover Artist(s): Sergio Rios
32 pgs./ M / FC
$3.99

Straight from the hit films by Full Moon Features, it’s the cursed artifact known as Eeebee the Evil Bong versus that serial killer cookie, the Gingerdead Man, as they fight for control of the stoned-wide world! From the same demented creative team that brought you GINGERDEAD MAN: BAKING BAD.

It’s the wildest, most mind-blowing adventure yet with Evil Bong and Gingerdead Man spanning the universe as they travel from headshops to Bong World to the mysterious Planet Kush! This is the comic book first appearance of the fan-favorite Evil Bong, and a look at Gingerdead Man as we’ve never seen him before…disgustingly HUMAN.

Writer Brockton McKinney comments: “Series artist Sergio Rios and I wanted to take this book to the next level and give everyone a story so hysterically fun and insanely off-the-rails that you’ll think you ARE in Bong World.”

Coming to a comic book store near you on March 28th, 2018, pre-order your
copy of GINGERDEAD MAN MEETS EVIL BONG #1 with the Diamond item code JAN181116.

GINGERDEAD MAN: BAKING BAD is currently available if you want more Full Moon Entertainment!

*(Black and white for preview art only, final book will be in full color.)*

via Action Lab Entertainment

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