Small town. Big bug problem. The newest splatter-fest from the dynamic duo that brought METALSHARK BRO and DUST PIRATES, Kevin Cuffe and Bob Frantz, Skeeters, is now available! Featuring art by beloved horror illustrator Kelly Williams, get ready for an out-of-this-world creature feature perfect for fans of Slither and Arachnophobia!
Nothing ever really happens in the sleepy beachside town of Kankakee (Population: 8,736)– save for their Annual Seafood Fest… And the fancy-pants research facility the government built in the 70s. When a violent lab accident unleashes a swarm of bloodthirsty pests on the town, can the frustrated sheriff and two oddball exterminators swoop in and save the day? Or will they totally bug out?
Writer: Kevin Cuffe & Bob Frantz – Artist: Kelly Williams – Letterer: Chas! Pangburn
Release Date: December 6th, 2023
Meet the Creators!
“Skeeters is a love letter to all the wonderfully schlocky creature features I adore. Kevin and I wrote a fun script but the magic is in Kelly’s breathtaking artwork. The gore flies off the page. It’s the perfect marriage.”
-Writer, Co-Creator Bob Frantz
“When Bob and I started this story we knew we wanted to do a B-movie parody, but ended up making an A plus comic, Thanks to the hard work of Kelly Williams. Kelly just slays every page while keeping things fun— gross, goopy and beautiful— like a mid-summer sunset in swampy Kankakee county.”
-Writer, Co-Creator Kevin Cuffe
“Kelly Williams lives in a house where he’s never been nominated for an award. Is fairly unheard of. Sort of a needle in a haystack. He draws and writes comic books. Some of those comics are BOUNTIFUL GARDEN, A LETTER TO JO, THE DARK and tons more. You can use the internet to find them.”
-Illustrator, Kelly Williams
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