PREVIEW: Office supplies and death in THERE’S SOMETHING WRONG WITH PATRICK TODD #2

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There’s Something Wrong With Patrick Todd #2 continues to explore exactly what that something is, with a new issue due out next week. The latest issue of this horror series is from the creative team of writer Ed Brisson, artist Gavin Guidry, colorist Chris O’Halloran, and letterer Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou. 

Today The Beat is pleased to have an exclusive preview of the new issue, which finds more spooky business taking place amid office supplies. You can find four pages from the new book along with the cover by Guidry and O’Halloran and additional info below…

The preview text from publisher AfterShock Comics describes the book as so…

After being robbed and beaten, fifteen-year-old Patrick is left penniless and desperate. To get what he needs to pay for his mom’s care, he crosses lines he’d promised never to cross, hurting innocent people in the process. To make matters worse, both the machete-wielding maniac Zeus and Detective Brad Anderson are closing in on him.

There’s Something Wrong With Patrick Todd #2 continues to move the interesting plot points from the first issue forward, blending elements of horror, sci-fi, and even a bit of police procedurals, as the authorities (and other, scarier folks) continue to hunt our title character. And it’s all relatively grounded, with (as you can see below) this second chapter opening up with some spooky action right in the middle of an office supply store. Intriguing stuff, to be sure. Anyway! Let’s get on to the preview. Below you can find all four pages of the new issue now…enjoy!

THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG WITH PATRICK TODD

There's Something Wrong With Patrick Todd #2

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