A fallen rock band discovers unguessable horror at the bottom of the barrel. A woman who takes a DIY approach to finding Mr Right. A Little Man with a tolerance for iron. A snuff movie. A starship janitor’s quest for love. A handbag that eats babies. With five more pages of story than the first issue, Kagemono #2 delivera a fresh taste of true horror.
Edited by Jason Franks. 32 pages, B&W interior, colour cover by Bobby N..
BELLY OF THE BEAST
A pop princess arises from the ashes of the rockband that brought her to fame, but the music business is savage to success and failure alike.
8 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Nathan Wiedemer.
Carol has a hard time keeping boyfriends, so she decides to make one.But how to keep him faithful?
8 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Yuriko Sekine.
LOVE POTION #999BZ7X
It’s hard to be lonely on a starship with a crew of 10,000, but Pinnock’s got the blues: he’s in love with Major Lori Sunflier, but she doesn’t even know he exists. Still… he may only be a janitor, but Pinnock has resources, and he has a plan to win her heart, if not her mind…
5 pages, written by Jason Franks, pencilled by Colin Wells, inked by Tom Bonin.
THE HANDBAG THAT EATS BABIES
I’m told there is a handbag that eats babies…
1 page, written and illustrated by J. Marc Schmidt
TOLERANCE TO IRON
When Colin discovers that the Scary Little Man who keeps his daughter awake at night is real, he goes after him with a shotgun. The Little Man is a fairy; perhaps the last of his kind… and with good reason.
8 pages, written by Jason Franks, and illustrated by Luke Pickett.
Toshi’s friends think the snuff movie they’ve found is pretty funny, but Toshi is disturbed by it, even though it’s probably not even real…
2 pages, written by Jason Franks, and illustrated by Andrew Fulton.