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Customer Bloodlust for Killadelphia Unquenchable, Multiple Copies Rushed Back to Print

Supply of Killadelphia #2 and #3 by award winning writer/producer Rodney Barnes (Marvel’s Runaways, Starz’s American Gods) and artist Jason Shawn Alexander (Spawn) has been sucked dry at the distributor level and Image Comics has fast-tracked reprints for both issues in order to keep up with feverish demand for the hot new horror title.

In Killadelphia #2, Jimmy’s horrifying discoveries regarding his father’s murder lead him to seek police coroner Jose Padilla’s help. But when they discover the force behind Philadelphia’s vampire outbreak is none other than former U.S. President John Adams, will Jimmy’s investigation reveal a way to save the city, or is he just dragging Jose to hell with him?

In Killadelphia #3, founding father John Adams has stepped out of the shadows to reveal himself as the undead source of Philadelphia’s vampire outbreak. With a legion at his command, he makes plans to cut the rot from America’s core. Meanwhile, Jimmy and Jose must fight for their lives at the city morgue as the dead rise off their slabs.

Killadelphia #3, second printing (DEC198681) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, February 26.

Killadelphia #2, second printing (DEC198680) will be available at comic book shops on Wednesday, February 26.

Killadelphia #1 ( SEP190042) is available now at your local comic shop.

Select praise for Killadelphia:

“It’s the best graphic novel I’ve ever read. Five times more graphic and eight times more novel.” —Chris Rock

“Killadelphia is the stunning and fresh horror fable I’ve been craving. This one feels like a classic.” —Jordan Peele

“Jason Shawn Alexander is one of my favorite artists working today, and writer Rodney Barnes is the perfect collaborator for this atmospheric horror story with a terrifyingly real sense of place.” —Brian K. Vaughan

"Sparely written, beautifully rendered and topical, Killadelphia is a genuinely frightening horror graphic. Can’t wait to read the next issue!” —Steven Barnes & Tananarive Due

"A dark, deep, seamless story that plays into multiple genres without becoming fully any one of them, the book offers a tantalizing nightmare of urban horror that feels real, rich, and mysterious. It'll infect you if you let it, and you should.” —ComicBook.com

“Easily awarded the max of five stars, and I very highly recommend it to everyone who enjoys comics like Spawn, and The Walking Dead.” —Impulse Gamer

“A very unique visual style. It pulls from classic art and horror imagery to give us a comic that doesn’t look like a comic but rather like the inside of a nightmare.” —Graphic Policy

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