The Hotly Anticipated New Comic from Kyle Starks, Artyom Topilin and Lee Loughridge Launches May 18
Today Image/Skybound released a brand-new trailer for I Hate This Place, the buzzed-about new supernatural horror series from the superstar team of Kyle Starks (Assassin Nation, The Six Sidekicks of Trigger Keaton), artist Artyom Topilin (Ice Cream Man Presents Quarantine Comix Special), colorist Lee Loughridge (Deadly Class, The Good Asian), and letterer Pat Brosseau (Birthright, Manifest Destiny). The new trailer shows a sneak preview of the series protagonists Trudy and Gabby as they inherit the family farmhouse that unfortunately, is already home to some other mysterious forces. They expected a fresh start—not to move into the most frightening place on Earth. Join Trudy and Gabby in the electric new series that will have you saying, “I hate these demons. I hate these aliens. I hate these monsters. I hate these warnings... I HATE THIS PLACE.”
In order to provide retailers and fans with options, each issue of I Hate This Place will have open-to-order covers by Topilin with clean and explicit cover options, featuring the new series title and the explicit version of the series’ original title, F*ck This Place. The available covers for the debut issue include:
I Hate This Place #1 CVR A (Diamond Code MAR220046)
Fuck This Place #1 CVR B Explicit Variant (Diamond Code JAN228364)
Both versions of I Hate This Place #1 will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, May 18, 2022, with the standard edition available on digital platforms including Amazon Kindle, Apple Books, comiXology, and Google Play. Official I Hate This Place #1 Description: After inheriting a farmhouse, Trudy and Gabby are ready to start the next chapter of their lives together...except it’s already home to a mysterious force that’s attracted ghosts, aliens, and all kinds of supernatural beings for decades. Now, Gabby and Trudy must play by the “house rules” in order to survive the most frightening place on Earth.
“I Hate This Place is everything you want in a comic, and it should come with a neck brace as it shifts from crime, horror and romance at whiplash speeds. Add it to your pull list.” —Gerry Duggan, X-Men
For more info and updates, visit www.skybound.com.