RUN LIKE HELL – Graphic Novel Official Page

Here is the Intro video/trailer for RUN LIKE HELL. It was originally produced as part of a Kickstarter campaign for final printing costs. Enjoy.


Click here (or above) for
RUN LIKE HELL Purchase Page


WHAT’S BEING SAID ABOUT RUN LIKE HELL:

“If clowns freaked you out before, it’s about to get a lot worse. Funny, edgy and wholly original… run like hell to read this book.”  Damon Lindelof (Co-creator of Lost)

“Amazing! Dazzling! Marvelous! Staggering! Thrilling! These are but a few of the words I found in a thesaurus after Jeff Dixon asked me for a quote for his graphic novel.”  Sam Simon (co-creator of The Simpsons)

“Wicked and absurdist, I loved it!”  Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Possession)


OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE:

CONTACT:
Jake Friedman, Scenario
323.654.4398
jfriedman@scenario-la.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

The Underground Graphic Novel RUN LIKE HELL is Being Released in Print.

Los Angeles, CA – February 18, 2015 – After years of underground fan-to-fan distribution in digital form, the graphic novel RUN LIKE HELL is being released in print to the mass audience, thanks to fan support of a successful Kickstarter campaign. Created by horror writer Jeff Dixon, illustrated by cult artist Karl Slominski, RUN LIKE HELL is being published by APE Entertainment, known mostly for its line of Dreamworks Animation titles (Shrek, Kung Fu Panda) and younger fare (Sesame Street, Richie Rich). Yet, with its Poison Elves revival, APE Entertainment will also cater to more adventurous, mature fare, like RUN LIKE HELL.

The publisher explains, “RUN LIKE HELL is about… Hell. Although, no one has seen Hell portrayed like this before. This is a wholly original vision, with a horror/comedy take on the macabre subject matter. RUN LIKE HELL is about one man’s mission to do the unthinkable, and escape the demon, frat boy, mime, diva, clown, and pet peeve-filled cesspool of Hell.”

Dixon further explains, “I like to think of RUN LIKE HELL in the vein of a classic escape film like Logan’s Run, only set in Hell, and you’re tripping on mushrooms.”

After gaining numerous underground fans from private copies emailed from fan to fan, RUN LIKE HELL culminated with a wider print run after it was 100% funded by fans through a Kickstarter campaign. Dixon speaks of the journey, “RUN LIKE HELL became that runaway train that no one was going to stop. Karl (Slominski) and I are elated that more people will now enjoy our insanity.”

Here are some quotes from some of those underground fans:

“If clowns freaked you out before, it’s about to get a lot worse. Funny, edgy and wholly original… run like hell to read this book.”
                               — Damon Lindelof (Co-creator of Lost)

“Wicked and absurdist, I loved it!”
                               — Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Possession)

Amazing! Dazzling! Marvelous! Staggering! Thrilling! These are but a few of the words I found in a thesaurus after Jeff Dixon asked me for a quote for his graphic novel.”
                               — Sam Simon (Co-creator of The Simpsons)

RUN LIKE HELL is on sale at comic book stores and various online outlets everywhere. It can also be ordered directly from www.runlikehellbook.com.

Visit Jeff’s blog, www.scaryhorrorwriter.com, or www.runlikehellbook.com to view the original Kickstarter trailer, and read sample pages. For more information, or to arrange interviews with Jeff Dixon, please contact Jake Friedman (info above), or email: runlikehellbook@gmail.com.

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Click here (or above) for
RUN LIKE HELL Purchase Page


A LITTLE TEASE:

Here are a few pages to whet your palette for things to come…

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