With his flagship series back on shelves, Michel Fiffe already had a great October, but Dark Horse added some icing to the cake yesterday by revealing a horror graphic novel by the creator called Panorama.
“I’m beyond excited to have Panorama finally back out in the world,” Fiffe said. “It was the first sizable story that I ever created, crackling with the enthusiasm of a cartoonist who wants to do it all. It mixes genres and bends the form and is quite possibly my most personal project yet.”
Here’s how Dark Horse describes the project:
Panorama brings to life the story of teen couple Kim and Augustus as they run away from their small town to the city. Upon their arrival, they are forced to navigate a horrific shared ability that will shape their lives forever. These runaways face hardships they never imagined as they define their identity, find love, and survive a gruesome metamorphosis unlike anything ever seen before.
The 144-page graphic novel will cost $19.99 and will hit comic shops in May.
But Panorama wasn’t the only thing to emerge from Fiffe’s past yesterday. He also shared on Twitter, in comics form, the story of the time he dressed as the Joker for Halloween, which you can see in these two tweets: