Bloodthirsty #1

by Mark Landry & Ashley Witter

Publisher: Titan Comics

Publication Date: May 17, 2016

ISBN: 9781785851834

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Haunted by the catastrophe that tore his city apart ten years ago, Coast Guard veteran, Virgil Lafleur, struggles daily with the hardships of a post-Katrina New Orleans. But when his younger brother’s murder leads him into a vortex of intrigue, corruption, and violence, Virgil becomes obsessed with bringing the killers to justice and exposing the horrific secret hiding beneath the Mississippi.

From screenwriter Mark Landry and artist extraordinaire, Ashley Marie Witter (Squarriors, Interview with the Vampire), comes this visceral revenge thriller that merges the real-world hopes and horrors of a post-disaster community with an engaging thread of political corruption, class divide and blood-curdling terror!

"Bloodthirsty: One Nation Under Water accomplishes its goal to introduce a riveting story and the genesis of a hometown hero." – Pop Culture Uncovered

"an excellent beginning to a promising story, supported by extraordinary illustrations, makes for a killer debut." – Graphic Policy

"This is a 5 star premiere and has me excited to see what’s to come!" – Reading with a Flight Ring

"...good writing, gorgeous artwork, and supernatural horror rooted in our own world. Like Kirkman’s long-running The Walking Dead, Landry and Witter use Bloodthirsty as a way to examine the human condition through the horror genre lens" – Fanboy Comics

"Artist Ashley Marie Witter did a bang up job on the artwork, with incredible attention to detail in several key panels that really brought home the gravity of the disaster and the grisly nature of what’s happening in the present. The characters are really well drawn out, and Witter really does an outstanding job of rendering New Orleans in all its mystery and noir-ish glamour." – Geekmunda

"nice panel layouts and realistic character definition, which too often are missing these days. The action flows pretty well, and the little ...