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This blitz also includes a giveaway for 2 finished copies of the graphic novel from Vault & Rockstar Book Tours. So if you’d
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About The Book:
Title: THE RUSH: This Hungry Earth Reddens Under Snowclad Hills (The Rush #1-5)
Author: Si Spurrier, Addison Duke (Colorist), Nathan C.
Gooden (Illustrations), Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (Letterer), Adrian F. Wassel (Editor)
Pub. Date: August 9, 2022
Publisher: Vault Comics
Formats: Paperback, eBook
Historical horror that chills to the bone, The RUSH. is for fans of Dan
Simmons’, The Terror mined with a Northwestern Yukon gold rush
edge. Answer the call of the wild north and stampede to the Klondike…
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD. ALL THAT HUNGERS IS NOT HOLY. ALL THAT LIVE
ARE NOT ALIVE.
This Hungry Earth Reddens Under Snowclad Hills.
1899, Yukon Territory. A frozen frontier, bloodied and bruised by the last
great Gold Rush. But in the lawless wastes to the North, something whispers in
the hindbrains of men, drawing them to a blighted valley, where giant
spidertracks mark the snow and impossible guns roar in the night.
To Brokehoof, where gold and blood are mined alike. Now, stumbling towards its
haunted forests comes a woman gripped not by greed — but the snarling rage of
a mother in search of her child…
From Si Spurrier (Way of X, Hellblazer) and Nathan C. Gooden (Barbaric, Dark
One) comes THE RUSH, a dark, lyrical delve into the horror and madness of the
Collects the entire series. For fans of The Terror, Fortitude, Coda,
book strikes a wealthy mixed vein of sophisticated psychological chills and
monstrous horror.”― Publishers Weekly
“Gritty historical drama meets supernatural horror in this sumptuously
drawn tale set during the Yukon Gold Rush.” ― PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
“The Rush is a chilling bit of historical horror.
Rugged and raw and thoroughly researched. It’s got such a wonderfully creepy
sense of menace but most of all it’s the moving story of a mother searching for
her child, that’s its beating heart. Wonderful work.” — Victor
Lavalle (best-selling and award-winning author of he anthology, Slapboxing
with Jesus and four novels, The Ecstatic, Big Machine, The
Devil in Silver, and The Changeling, the fantasy-horror novella The
Ballad of Black Tom, and the comics series Destroyer and Eve)
“The Rush is a splendidly savage tale of frontier scum
and the doom they’ve brought down upon themselves, and the innocents cursed to
suffer alongside them. I for one can’t wait to see more.” — Garth
Ennis (best-selling and award-winning writer, Preacher, and
writer/co-creator of The Boys)
About Si Spurrier:
His work in the latter field stretches from award winning
creator-owned books such as Numbercruncher, Six-Gun
Gorilla and The Spire to projects in the
U.S. mainstream like Hellblazer, The
Dreaming, and X-Men. It all began with a series
of twist-in-the-tail stories for the UK’s beloved 2000AD, which
ignited an enduring love for genre fiction. His latest book, Coda,
is being published by Boom! Studios at present.
works range from the beatnik neurosis-noir of Contract to
the occult whodunnit A Serpent Uncoiled via
various franchise and genre-transgressing titles. In 2016 he took a foray into
experimental fiction with the e-novella Unusual Concentrations:
a tale of coffee, crime and overhead conversations.
He lives in Margate, regards sushi as part of the plotting process, and
has the fluffiest of cats.
About Nathan C. Gooden:
award-winning illustrator and sequential artist, Nathan C. Gooden is
Art Director at Vault Comics. Nathan studied animation at the Pratt Institute
in Brooklyn, and worked in film production, before co-founding Vault Comics.
Nathan’s previous works include Brandon Sanderson’s Dark One (Vault), Barbaric
(Vault), Zojaqan (Vault), and Killbox (from
American Gothic Press). He lives in Southern California, where he plays a lot
of basketball and hikes constantly with his wife.
will receive a finished copy of THE RUSH, US Only.
23rd, midnight EST.