Solve The Mystery Of GHOST PLANET This October From Scout Comics!

Solve The Mystery Of GHOST PLANET This October From Scout Comics!

A teen daughter rushes to solve the mystery of Ghost Planet before her recently-dead loved ones return to kill her. Lost in Space meets Last of Us.  

A family of deep space explorers discovers a planet teeming with life, a new home capable of providing safe haven for their people. However, when an alien creature kills one of the crew members, his fiancé is soon haunted by his presence, driving her mad. Ghost Planet is a story that explores a loving family unit as they confront the horrors of a nihilistic universe and the awful biology within.

WRITER – Jeffrey Burandt (Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad, Killer Bad)
ARTIST – Sean Von Gorman (Toe Tag Riot, Pawn Shop)
COVER ARTIST – Mike Allred (Superman, X-Cellent, Madman)
COLORS – Sean Von Gorman (Toe Tag Riot, Pawn Shop)
LETTERS – Sean Von Gorman (Toe Tag Riot, Pawn Shop)
EDITOR – Andrea Lorenzo Molinari (The Shepherd)

Quote & Review:
"GHOST PLANET is a classic sci-fi tale with a body-horror twist. Artist Sean Von Gorman has beautifully rendered every tentacle and alien spore, opting for a pop art palette that is both emotional and artsy. Meanwhile, the story explores the most primal of human relationships and fears. Death is biology. Hope is a ghost. I think this story really packs a wallop, and I’m pleased as a punch-bot that Scout Comics has taken a chance on our futuristic, sci-fi horror tale.” — Jeffrey Burandt

“Ghost Planet is a terrifying science fiction nightmare. I loved it. When I finished the book all I wanted to know was what happens next.” - Chris Miskiewicz (Grateful Dead Origins/This Is Where We Fall)“

Jeffrey Burandt and Sean Von Gorman's GHOST PLANET is like a mash-up of LOST IN SPACE and BLACK MIRROR. A spooky synthesis of hope and horror.
--Dean Haspiel (The Red Hook, Billy Dogma)

Mike Allred: “Very cool! Big fun!”

Alex Widen, Adult Mutant Review Guy: “Burandt’s story is compelling, well scripted and expertly paced. Von Gorman’s artwork mixes all the elements together into a tale which is always suspenseful and appropriately shocking.”
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