Dark Red Explores MAGA Country Through a Vampire’s Perspective
Charles “Chip” Ipswich isn’t one of those coastal elites with a liberal arts degree and a job at a social media start-up who knows where all the best brunch places are…
No, Chip is one of the “forgotten men.” He lives in a rural area in the middle of the country where Jesus still has a place at the dinner table and where factories ship jobs to Calcutta.
Chip is also a vampire.
Stuck working the last shift at a gas station, Chip is lonely and bored…and then his dull, bleak life is turned upside down when SHE comes to town.
Writer Tim Seeley and artist Corin Howell bring you a contemporary and horrifying tale of vampirism in the heart of America — one that’ll make you jump right out of your boots.
Dark Red #1 is out March 20 and by Seeley, Howell, letterer Marshall Dillon, a main cover by Aaron Campbell, and an incentive 1:10 cover by Larry Stroman.