Story by Jordan Thomas
Art by Clark Bint
Letters by LetterSquid
Graphics by Daniel Gruiit
Frank At Home On The Farm is a period, body-horror, mystery that tells the story of a man returning from the First World War to find his family mysteriously missing from their farm. This sets in motion a series of events that claw and tear at Frank’s mind, body, and soul.
Tormented by nightmares of the front line, the mysterious voices that plague him and disturbed by the townsfolk’s lack of knowledge or interest in his family’s whereabouts, Frank becomes more and more isolated on the farm as he tries to uncover where his parents have vanished to… all under the watchful eye of the farm’s animals.
Scout is mass releasing Frank at Home on the Farm, and I am EXCITED.
Isolated, psychological, body horror is a fun area to explore, and Frank at Home on the Farm is a great example of that. Haunting art, with a mystery unraveling before your eyes. This is definitely one that is loved and will be well loved by the new audience it’s introduced to by Scout Comics.
Grab issue one and let me know what you think!
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