SERIAL KILLERSigned paperback + signed comic script
Order your copy of Serial Killer and get a FREE comic script
Nemesis, Slaine or Ro-Busters
SERIAL KILLER & FREE SCRIPT
Pick up your signed copy of the “twisted, very funny”* black comedy thriller from Pat Mills & Kevin O’Neill, and choose a free comic script from Pat!
Serial Killer is a savagely funny novel that fans of Catch-22, Fight Club and High Fidelity will love.
With over 50 5-star reviews on Amazon, Serial Killer “is a book with teeth, it will flick you in the balls with a towel and get off with your girlfriend behind your back.” DownTheTubes.com
Murder. Comics. Fur.
The 1970s were a dangerous time for kids. With Dave at work, it’s a more dangerous time for the adults who harm them…
Happily chewing his liquorice pipe and plotting evil, Dave is a comic book editor with mischief on his mind. He adds lethal info to his stories, and his readers act on it. So far – so gruesome.
But then his femme fatale mother starts nagging him to solve her murder. She’s definitely dead, but is she really a figment of his imagination?
Is Dave victim, villain … or vigilante? Can he find his mother’s killer? And how many adults can his readers knock off before Dave finds himself in the firing line?
Each book comes with a signed dedication from Pat Mills, and a FREE, signed, 6-page comic script, specially written to celebrate 2000AD’s 40th Birthday and its landmark Prog 2000:
- SLAINE Red Branch
- NEMESIS THE WARLOCK Terror Tube
- RO-BUSTERS Seeing Red
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*Ian Rankin, creator of Inspector Rebus said that!
“The smells, banter, prejudice and fear are authentic and bloody funny, as the post-war consensus is eclipsed by something far darker, restless and tearing at the bit to be born. I actually rocked with laughter this morning. Can’t wait to read the next instalment and I’ll be recommending it to everyone I know.”
Tariq Goddard, Author
Nature and Necessity (2017)
“I’ve read Pat Mills’ work for over 30 years, Slaine and Nemesis were my gateway characters, into comics. So this was a slight change from that, but what a change… it is, hands down, the funniest thing I have ever read.”