Classic horror magazine "Famous Monsters of Filmland" is making a push into the comics world in 2015 with the debut of Paul Tobin and P.J. Holden's "Gunsuits" in June. In July, "Bornhome," by Tobin and Jeff Johnson joins the line up, according to Metal Life, while August will see the launch of "Broken Moon," written by Steve Niles with art by Nat Jones. All three series will be released under the magazine's newly-formed American Gothic Press imprint, with "Gunsuits" #1 featuring a variant cover by Darick Robertson.
"For years we have had relationships with comic writers and artists through coverage of their work in the pages of FM," Publisher Phil Kim told Publisher's Weekly. "When we imagined what FM's American Gothic Press would be publishing we knew we couldn't compromise any part of the story so we came up with a short list of writers and artists that could interpret our vision."
Kim told PW that the titles will be released in both print and digital formats, though details have yet to be discussed.