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Wednesday, August 1st, 2012

Lucas was recently reviewed by and they loved it, giving it a 4.5 out of 5! Below is an excerpt from the book, but be sure to CLICK HERE to read it in full over at their site.

The level of imagination and skill that went into Lucas is not only impressive, but enough to put David Murdoch at the forefront of all horror graphic novel collectors’ minds. The book started off as a crossbreed art-book that amassed the work of numerous illustrators to tell one horrific tale of terror. “Lucas” quickly transformed into a short horror narrative that’s more novel than graphic. Murdoch boldly takes on the roles of creator, writer, illustrator, and colourist for “Lucas”. Finding a home with Arcana Studio, Murdoch’s story is The Texas Chainsaw Massacre meets Dexter. Only, this killer of killers is just as terrifying and psychotic as the family of cannibalistic sadists he destroys.

Honestly, the above is just the tip of the iceberg, so be sure to head over to the Bloody-Disgusting site BY CLICKING HERE.

Below are some other details on the book…

ISBN: 9781926914787
DESCRIPTION:  A bold, stark example of terror in the homeland, Lucas tells the tale of a family of cannibals who’ve made a smorgasbord of any poor souls unfortunate enough to darken their door… until Lucas comes along to give them a true education in horror. In the backwoods farmland of Rural-Nowhere USA, dawn breaks. It’s coloring everything warmly. Red and gold and orange. A clutch of dried and dead trees frame a pile of bodies. Lucas stands over them.