Pulido writes 'The Dwelling,' new horror tale coming in July

Official Press Release

Scottsdale, AZ ­ Brian Pulido returns to comics with his newest creation, "The Dwelling," published by his mature readers/horror imprint Pulido's Black Label Graphics! For any true hardcore fan of the horror genre who likes Freddy Krueger or Michael Myers, The Dwelling is right up their alley.

The Dwelling is a story that essentially could be a live action big screen horror film (in fact that is the intention). Fans can soak up their fright thrills when the comic reaches stores on July 10, 2002. Part of the intrigue in writing such a story for Publisher Brian Pulido was reinstating the true movie monster feelŠwhich fans will be able to savor in The Dwelling #1. There haven't been many solid stories out there that capitalize on our own nightmares and what it feels like to be stalked by someone in the dark. The Dwelling provides this. The central character, simply known as The Dweller, who feeds on people's fears. You can imagine the tension and excitement this will provide to supernatural/horror enthusiasts or anyone seeking a thrilling ride.

Aaron and Emily, a pair of introverted procrastinators, discover a cave outside the dustbowl town of Amado, Arizona. Inside, they encounter The Dweller, an ancient evil that bends their minds and forces them to live their fears. Though they escape to town, the Dweller pursues them relentlessly, eroding their confidence, putting paralyzing fear into everyone who crosses his murderous path. Can these outsider teens unlock the hero within themselves and overcome their fears or will they, like everyone else in town, fall prey to The Dweller's call? This is a fast-paced thriller in the tradition of Nightmare on Elm St. and Jeepers Creepers. Over 40 pages of story & art. For mature readers.

Written by Brian Pulido and illustrated by Brian Denham, The Dwelling #1 is a 48 page, black & white comic that retails for $4.99. Premium and ultra-violent super premium covers are available as well. The Dwelling #1 hits comic shops on July 10, 2002.

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