Go to Group Therapy in This Exclusive Preview of Last Stop on the Red Line #1

It's hard to imagine anything more horrifying than taking the subway in Boston, but writer Paul Maybury, artist Sam Lofti, and colorist John Rauch are trying anyway with the upcoming Dark Horse Comics series launching in May, Last Stop on the Red Line. The story follows Detective Migdalia Torres investigating a strangling on the train which could turn out to have a supernatural connection.

"Subterranean shivery beneath the cold streets of Boston awaits," said Maybury upon the book's announcement. "As a native son, I've yearned to tell a story of the other side of the city, seldom portrayed. Real people contending with dissonant visions that convey a reality worse than their darkest nightmares."

Okay, we thought of something scarier than the subway: Bleeding Cool participating in access journalism.

Last Stop on the Red Line #1 (of 4) hits stores on May 15th, and final order cutoff is Monday, April 22nd, so pre-order your copy after perusing this EX-X-XCLUSIVE preview today.

LAST STOP ON THE RED LINE #1 (OF 4)
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(W) Paul Maybury (A) John Rauch (A/CA) Sam Lotfi
Detective Migdalia Torres investigates a vicious strangling on a Boston subway car with no feasible leads. As potential evidence produces dead ends, Migdalia inadvertently takes in a vagrant named Yusef who may have a supernatural connection to the crime at hand.

Writer Paul Maybury and illustrator Sam Lotfi bring a horrific murder mystery to Dark Horse!
In Shops: May 15, 2019
Final Orders Due: Apr 22, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Last Stop on the Red Line Exclusive Preview

Last Stop on the Red Line Exclusive Preview

Last Stop on the Red Line Exclusive Preview

Last Stop on the Red Line Exclusive Preview

Last Stop on the Red Line Exclusive Preview

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