Preview: Witch Doctor: Mal Practice #1

Mon, August 20th, 2012 at 10:58am PDT

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Story by
Brandon Seifert
Art by
Lukas Ketner
Colors by
Andy Troy
Cover by
Lukas Ketner
Publisher
Image Comics
Cover Price:
$2.99
Release Date
Wed, November 28th, 2012
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Creators Brandon Seifert and Lukas Ketner respond to your otherworldly emergency with the sequel to the breakout medical horror hit Witch Doctor, from Robert Kirkman's Skybound imprint at Image Comics.

Occult physician Dr. Vincent Morrow, paramedic Eric Gast and supernatural patient Penny Dreadful return in Witch Doctor: Mal Practice with a new infusion of tales to captivate and shock you.

Even the world's leading expert in supernatural disease needs to unwind sometimes. But when Dr. Morrow wakes up with no memory of what (and who!) he did last night, is it a case of partying too hard or something more malignant?

"I'm glad people loved Witch Doctor Vol. 1 so much -- but we're barely getting warmed up!" says Brandon Seifert, adding, "Mal Practice has more monsters, more magic, more medicine and more peril, as Dr. Morrow has to treat a very different patient -- himself! And like they say -- doctors make the worst patients!"

"This story really ups the stakes and pushes the characters to new levels of desperation -- after all, what's a witch doctor to do when he's his own best hope to survive?" says Lukas Ketner. "I've been waiting to draw some of the stuff in Mal Practice since the very beginning of Witch Doctor, and I'm relieved that we're finally taking the bandages off for all to see!"

Witch Doctor Vol. 2: Mal Practice is the first issue of a new six-issue miniseries, with story by Brandon Seifert, art by Lukas Ketner and coloring by Andy Troy, arriving in stores November 28th with 32 pages of gruesome and gory goodness ($2.99/FC/T).

Reading Witch Doctor Vol. 2: Mal Practice will make you instantly understand why Robert Kirkman picked Witch Doctor as Skybound's first new original title, and why The A.V. Club diagnosed it, "Terrifying, hilarious and above all, smart!" Critics and fans agree, once you've been infected by Witch Doctor, there is no cure.

 

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