Twisted Dark – American Premiere at Emerald City Comic Con

twisteddark1ab(United Kingdom-March 27th, 2014) T Publications announced today that they will be releasing the first remastered US editions of Twisted Dark at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, Washington. The publisher will have Twisted Dark Volume 1 heavily discounted for $9.99 and Twisted Dark Volumes 2-4available for $14.99 to celebrate the release of the fourth volume. Creator Neil Gibson can be found at booth #510 and at Seattle Comic Legends The Dreaming’s booth #2110 to sign Sunday at noon!

Seattle Comic Con runs March 28th- March 30th 2014. Not coming to the show? Don’t worry Twisted Darkwill be in US stores this summer. You can read the first issue of their new horror masterpiece Tortured Life for free at

CEO and writer Neil Gibson explains, “We are so excited to extend our reach into the United States. America is the home of comics and it’s great to interact with so many hungry fans.”

What others are saying about T Pub:

“Neil Gibson is an undiscovered Brian Michael Bendis”  Bleeding Cool

“Gibson has a talent for suspense and it really flourishes in his writing…he takes a left turn right in front of you, cuts off your train of thought and leaves your mind crashed and wondering what just happened — in a good way, of course.”– Comics Bulletin

“Neil Gibson does everything he needs to and in just 24 pages creates a life, a problem and delivers enough suspense to make us intrigued.” –Forbidden Planet

 “Well written and illustrated, this is a fantastic story that leaves you feeling sorry for the main character. What makes this such a gripping read is the slow and steady build up and evenly sectioned story.” – Pages&Panels

T Publications is a new publisher from London. The first issue of Twisted Dark was the #1 book on Amazon Kindle in the UK and they are releasing volume 5 in May. Looking for horror that will make you laugh as well as gasp? Check out their miniseriesTabatha! And for those looking for light-hearted reading, make sure and pick up Twisted Light!

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Evan Henry is a graduate student in English at the University of Virginia, where he works on the legacy of eugenics and scientific racism in American pop culture. As Head of Publishing for Black Ship Books he seeks to further social analysis of popular culture and develop new and unique voices in both creative and critical writing. His credits include Broken Frontier, the Virginia Literary Review, and numerous small publishers of fantasy and science fiction. His short story collection The Great City will be released this summer.
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