Never was there a tale or more woe...

REDWOOD is a horror comic with a broken heart, the product of Anthony and Chadwick's aim to make a genre book with a dramatic core. 

REDWOOD represents an artistic transition from the short stories within the previous release DEAD ENDS to a more startling aesthetic and a mainstream 24-page structure.

Anthony's story began as the picture of two teens climbing a cursed tree- the result of researching the star-crossed lovers motif while reading a lot of Stephen King. Chad reined in his typical cartooning style to aim for a more dramatic approach, balancing western and manga illustration elements for a more mainstream aesthetic. 

The final story takes a stab at young love and revisits the burial ground curse trope, with plenty of horror ephemera for fun.

Noteworthy with this release is the cover art by digital artist and illustrator Chris Green. Chris contributed to the sequentials for the story Wings in DEAD ENDS and leant his considerable talents to create an atmospheric and detailed piece of cover art for REDWOOD. 

REDWOOD wouldn't exist if it weren't for the generous support from those who bought and read and enjoyed DEAD ENDS. Also, special thanks should go out to Emmet O'Cuana for the feedback and print-broker Brendan Halyday.

REDWOOD represents the strongest work Anthony and Chadwick have produced yet, a moody genre book with an effective story, and a taste of things to come.

Distribution details to come. Get on it.