Writer: Adam Glass & Olivia Cuartero-Briggs Artist: Hayden Sherman Letterer: Sal Cipriano Cover: Hayden Sherman $3.99 / 32 pages / Full Color / ON SALE 06.19.19
Displeased with her first attempt at creating man, Victoria prepares to end the creature’s life mere moments after it began. Horrified, Mary convinces Victoria to allow her to educate Adam—as she names him—before making any rash decisions. Though the results of Mary’s work are astounding, the events that follow lead her to wish she had just let him die…
Brought to life by Adam Glass (ROUGH RIDERS, THE NORMALS, THE LOLLIPOP KIDS) and Olivia Cuartero-Briggs (TV’s The Arrangement) with art by Hayden Sherman (COLD WAR, The Few, Wasted Space), MARY SHELLEY MONSTER HUNTER is historical fiction at its most (After)shocking!
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For nearly two centuries, scholars have wondered how on earth Mary Shelley, a nineteen-year-old girl, was able To conjure on of the most frightening and enduring horror stories of all-time: Frankenstein.
But with the recent discovery of Mary Shelley’s secret memoir, the truth is finally revealed: Mary Shelley didn’t just write Frankenstein, she lived it. Traveling back to that historic Geneva winter of 1816, Mary, her fiancé Percy, sisters Claire and Fanny, and the celebrated poet Lord Byron, find themselves guests of the eerie Frankenstein Estate. The macabre and frightening events that follow lead Mary to both a gruesome and shocking discovery. Their mysterious host is not at all what they expected, and their intentions will change the course of Mary’s life forever.
Mary Shelley: Monster Hunter is brought to life by Adam Glass and Olivia Cuartero-Briggs with art by Hayden Sherman,lettering by Sal Cipriano, a man cover by Sherman, and incentive cover by Bernard Chang.
Out April 17 from AfterShock, Mary Shelley: Monster Hunter is historical fiction at its most (After)shocking!