Kagemono: Tooth and Claw

Kagemono: Tooth and Claw
This graphic novel collects ten all-new stories by extremely talented writers and artists. Stories of the things that go bump in the night, tales both horrifying and hilarious.
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About the Book

Bigger and badder than ever, Kagemono: Tooth and Claw will drag you screaming and laughing through ten all new stories: a werewolf-infested city, a coma ward, a sanctuary for vampires, an old factory, the bathroom of tomorrow, a psychic medium’s copy shop, a Miami courthouse, a bluesman’s shag-pad, and a suburban home with a very unusual closet. Edited by Jason Franks.

Featuring the following stories:

A gang of teenagers try to stop a pack of werewolves from terrorizing their city using bad medicine.
10 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Nicholas Hunter.

When Scowlin’ Joe Brinks dies and leaves a shotgun shack to his hated enemy, rival bluesman Jeremy Lavois figures the old buzzard is trying to make peace from beyond the grave. He’s half right…
10 pages, written by Jason Franks and illustrated by Richard Butler.

Patient John Doe’s monitor burning out is just the first of the strange events that takes place in the coma ward.
8 pages, written by Percival Constantine and Jason Franks, illustrated by Carl Yonder.

When Jake persuades his bloodsucker girlfriend Eleanor to take him to the Garden, a sanctuary for vampires, he finds it to be less of a haven than he had hoped.
8 pages, written by Jason Franks, illustrated by Yuriko Sekine.

Death by Chocolate isn’t a dessert–it’s the end of the world.
6 pages, written by James Andre and illustrated by Luke Pickett.

Trevayne is the rarest kind of psychic medium–an honest one. But when the ghost of a young girl, Missy, enlists his help he finds himself in way over his head.
8 pages, written by Jason Franks, illustrated by Carlen Lavigne.

The Smart Toilet promises to be a revolution in the littlest room–maybe more so than its obsessive inventor and the company that finances his research understand.
6 pages, written by Dino Caruso, illustrated by Jeff Womack.

When the Johnson family move into their new house, they find that the empty closet in the hall can give them anything they ask for–at a cost.
6 pages, written by Justin Jordan, illustrated by Yuriko Sekine.

Alejandro Fuentes isn’t the first gangster to beat a murder rap. What’s unusual about his situation is that his enemies are the one who paid off the judge… because they want him for themselves. The lyalorisha priestess has laid a curse upon him, but Alej is more immediately concerned about her gunmen.
10 pages, written by Jason Franks, illustrated by Brendan Halyday.

On their way home from a night on the town, Jack and Rodney pull over for a pit stop outside an abandoned factory where bad things are rumored to have happened.
12 pages, written by Jason Franks, illustrated by Renan L’Hopsum’.

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