New This Week: CROSSED: BADLANDS #15

David Hine (Night of the Living Dead: Aftermath, Spawn) continues a lesson in horror that you won’t be able to forget with this week’s Crossed: Badlands #15!

The Crossed have invaded “Stumptown” and if you thought the population had a problem with amputations before, they have a new level of separation anxiety with the Crossed applying their zealous brand of random bloody violence!  While the students of the Creative Writing Retreat attempt to act out their true personalities according to the reclusive writer Gideon Wells, they soon find out that make believe transcendence is nothing compared to the release of the inner self that the Crossed disease brings with it.  Blood and horror are your only companions when a horde of monsters force you to face the true nature locked within each of us.

To read a preview of this issue, visit here.

Available with a Regular or Torture cover by Raulo Caceres a Wraparound by Oscar Jimenez,  and a special Red Crossed Incentive by Burrows.


CROSSED: BADLANDS #15 Regular Edition
Cover by Raulo Caceres
$3.99, Item Code: AUG120848


CROSSED: BADLANDS #15 Wrap Edition
Cover by Oscar Jimenez
$3.99, Item Code: AUG120850

CROSSED: BADLANDS #15 Torture Edition
Cover by Raulo Caceres
$3.99, Item Code: AUG120849
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  • qp

    OK, better then #14. but still only 7 pages of Crossed and 15(?) pages of pseudo intellectual wanking. this time for the PETA soapbox. but great first page, and i do mean the writing not the wet Tshirt. oh well, a great series can only last so long….
    maybe if Crossed gets watered down enough you can sell it to TV.

  • Amdazzler

    I’d prefer they keep it the way it is. Having to tone things down to appease those crazy censors would ruin Crossed for a lot of us. And patience, we still have three more issues to go, I think they’re just carefully building things up so they can tear it all back down in full brutal force when the Crossed hit their retreat.

  • qp

    i hope so.
    funny that i mentioned this and a few days later BC was reporting Avatar’s aims at movies. any TV aspirations? censors are a worry, but watered down crossed is worse.

  • Amdazzler

    As we both know by now, he’s going to be making live webisodes online, which gives Ennis a little more to work with, thankfully. He says each episode would probably have an R rating, which is what I’d expect from such a series, maybe even higher lol..
    And yes, it’s why I’m glad he’s not aiming for a telivised series. The censors would force him to make all sorts of unwanted changes.