A sweeping historical epic where science and the supernatural blend in a fusion of horror and redemption.
“Take nothing with you, but two mules, a rifle, and ten bullets.”
Those words echo in ex-surgeon Frank Quinn’s head as he flees across mid-19th century America to escape the demon known as Thousand Faces, an evil entity that uses blood to enslave others and will stop at nothing to conquer the world.
Philippe Thirault, writer of the acclaimed Miss: Better Living Through Crime and Balkans Arena, collaborates with artists Marc Malès (Different Ugliness Different Madness) and Mario Janni to chronicle a sweeping historical epic where science and the supernatural blend in a fusion of horror and redemption.
Thousand Faces #1 : London-Dakota - Digital Comic
Thousand Faces #2 : A Demon's History - Digital Comic
Thousand Faces #3 : Warren Quinn - Digital Comic
Thousand Faces #4 : Tears of Ash - Digital Comic
Thousand Faces #5 : Extermination - Digital Comic
Westerns are few and far between in the comic book world, at least today, so it’s always a pleasure to see new ones sprout up. When they have science fiction elements you really need to take notice, because that’s even more rare. On top of that this book is written by the same writer who produced Miss: Better Living Through Crime which was one of my favorite trades of last year