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      Who Needs the Moon? Complete Series PDF

      Who Needs the Moon? Complete Series PDF

      Pay what you want for the complete series of Who Needs the Moon. I'll email you, when each issue is released updating the file.

      Suggested for Mature Readers 17+


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      Thanks to the team at Gumroad you can now read it directly in the browser on all devices. No need to download it. I may need to tweak the file size to make it work better with this new feature.


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      The townspeople of Kingford are unaware of the growing vampire problem that is soon to ruin them and their home.

      Fortunately for them, there is a newcomer that has plans to stop the
      monsters. And since being a werewolf, he's got the muscle to do
      something about it.

      Maybe too much muscle.

      Issue #1

      Ethan Ronald is putting together a good picture of Kingsford. Posing as a
      writer he is getting closer to the full moon, and the night he'll
      attack the vampires.

      But they know of him and have plans of their own.

      Ethan Ronald may not be the man he believes himself to be, and his control over the monster within, seems tenuous at best. But, anyways, he's well liked in town. However, the thugs feel that he should be on his way. Now.

      Issue #2

      Ethan Ronald may not be the man he believes himself to be, and his
      control over the monster within, seems tenuous at best. But, anyways,
      he's well liked in town. However, the thugs feel that he should be on
      his way. Now.

      Issue #3

      Now that the hornet's nest has been kicked, Ethan Ronald has some
      culling to do before the full moon. However, the vampires have other
      ways of striking back during the day.


      Issue #4

      The vampires had more aces up their sleeve then Ethan Ronald expected. Now, wounded with his tail between his legs, the vampires strike once again.

      But who is the greater monster?

      Issue #5

      The vampires have attempted to run Ethan out of town on several occasions now. They have failed at every attempt. Ethan is proving that he is up to the task of destroying the coven.

      Unfortunately, he has also shown that he is likely, the greater monster.

      Issue #6

      Ethan failed to implement the plan that he originally intended to use
      against the vampires.
      Unfortunately, the full moon arrived while he was still within the boundary
      of the town.
      Now, the people of Kingford have a new threat to worry about.

      Issue #7

      It seems likely that Ethan will rid the town of its vampire problem.

      But, having revealed himself as a far greater menace, how many innocents will he murder?

      Looks like the town is about to go up in flames.

      Issue #8

      Nothing is as it seems. The vampires have been ridden from the town. But so to were the inhabitants.

      Did Ethan succeed?

      Reviews

      Werewolf News - "The third and latest issue of Todd A McCullough’s ongoing graphic novel Who Needs The Moon? elevates the series to the status of “best werewolf comic I’ve ever read”, and earns the series a place on my list of top five comics of all time.

      Laptopzombie.co.uk - "A violent, slow-burning supernatural mystery with an emphasis on
      character, it’s for fans of idiosyncratic, personal fiction. It’s also
      one of the best (and best value) indie horror comics of the last decade."

      filmdispenser.com Loose Staples - "I heaped a good deal of praise on Todd McCullough’s first issue of Who Needs the Moon?, and deservedly so, I think... Two issues in and this is fast becoming my new favorite book"

      Decapitated Dan - "You are really doing
      yourself a disservice by not reading Who Need the Moon. - Dying Breath 5.0 out of 5.0"

      Pipedream Comics - "A remarkable read and one of the most horrific horror books we have read this year."


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