Fund Me Friday: Frank At Home On The Farm #1

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Set in an early 1920s England that’s still recovering from the turmoil of the First World War – Frank At Home On The Farm revels in capturing the small historical details of the period. We also use the setting and the time period as a way to ramp up the confusion and the isolation. The war resulted in decimated families and people relocating around the country – leading to less connected communities and an increased possibility for awful events to be set in motion – before anyone could notice.

Mad Robot Comics is proud to present FRANK AT HOME ON THE FARM.

The story of a man returning home from the frontline of World War 1 to find his family mysteriously missing from their farm. FRANK is an intense tale of horror and paranoia where nothing makes sense and everything that barks also bites.

Frank At Home On The Farm #1 is the giant-sized 32-page opening chapter of a beautifully illustrated four part miniseries. The isolationist horror of The Shining meets the body-horror of David Cronenberg’s best work – all wrapped in a terrifying mystery that will keep you guessing till the very end.

With a story from the disturbed mind of Jordan Thomas (CADAVERS: WORLD GONE TO HELL), art from the deranged pencil of Clark Bint (MURDER MOST MUNDANE) all overseen by the demented wreck that is Matt Hardy, FRANK AT HOME ON THE FARM is one horrific mystery you will not want to miss.

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