What if there was a company that could go into your dreams and kill your nightmares? EXTERMINITE is a mind-bending 5-part graphic novel series from Len Peralta, Mikey Neumann, and Kris Straub that will scare you out of your own pants, hilariously. In the premiere issue, we are introduced to... show more
What if there was a company that could go into your dreams and kill your nightmares? EXTERMINITE is a mind-bending 5-part graphic novel series from Len Peralta, Mikey Neumann, and Kris Straub that will scare you out of your own pants, hilariously.
In the premiere issue, we are introduced to Kylie, a headstrong woman trying to make ends meet in Cleveland. When a recurring nightmare becomes too much to handle, she enlists the help of a strange man named Nat – only Nat, that’s it.
And he is a person that can kill nightmares.
Here’s what people are saying about Exterminite:
"I was gonna say nice things about this because these guys are friends. Then I read it. Saying nice things now because it's REALLY GOOD."
- John Scalzi, Author of Old Man's War, Redshirts, and Lock In
"Three of my favorite creative people getting together on a project? Tell me more. Then I found out it's a story about killing nightmares and I had to check it out. They've hooked me with this first one. I can't wait to see where they're going to take it from here."
- Patrick Rothfuss, author of The Kingkiller Chronicle trilogy
"Loved it! Beautiful art (to be expected) and cool setup for a continuing story. Very, very cool."
- Gerry Conway, Co-creator of The Punisher, Firestorm, Power Girl, Vixen, and Ms. Marvel
"I really want to give this book a compliminsult because it introduced me to the idea of a compliminsult. But I can’t find anything about it to insult. So instead I’ll just say I want to hire Nat and Kylie and I want to eat at Sam’s Sammy Shop. You will too after you read it. Love, love, love Exterminite."
- Tom Merritt, Host of Daily Tech News Show, Cordkillers, and Sword and Laser
"It's like Inception if it were funny, made sense, and had incredible artwork instead of an ambiguous ending!"
- Conor Lastowka, Writer for Rifftrax