The Lamont Institute may have stumbled, but it takes more than death to stop their plans, and now they are aware of Samwi’s potential, she has become their quarry. Professor Tovar’s parasitic secret is leading him into the deep darkness, far from his colleagues, towards a fate that may have consequences far beyond ridding himself of his personal burden.
Michael Calvary takes Team Challenger on a sojourn to sunny Scotland to investigate the apparently haunted house featured on the Sabbaticals cover, whilst the remaining members of Team Carnacki take two grad students to a remote South American island to discover there is a lot more than dinosaurs out to eat them.
And of course, following Professor Booker’s revelation in Monsterology 101, he’s wasted no time getting started on his own personal quest through the now active portal.
’Horror, urban fantasy and occult fans, take note: there’s a new player in town and it kicks arse! One of the best debut trades I’ve read in a long time. …an exceptional book.’ Zoe Kirk-Robinson, Web Comics
‘Dept. of Monsterology is fun. It’s also well written and exciting and some of the best storytelling that I’ve come across.’ Erik McAlister, comicbastards.com
Dept. of Monsterology makes Forbidden Planet’s Best of 2013 list!
Joe Gordon, Forbidden Planet International Blog
Fall Comics Highlight
Brian Truitt, USA Today
DoM makes the Best of 2013 listWayne Hall, Major Spoilers.com
DoM wins ‘The Hidden Gem’ Kryptonite award, given out by the team at We Talk Comics Podcast, and sponsored by Comicosity.com Read the exclusive prologue mini comic along with an indepth interview with Gordon Rennie and P.J. Holden over at USA Today
- Writer: Gordon Rennie
- Artist: PJ Holden
- Letterer: Jim Campbell
- Colours: Steven Denton
- Editor: Alexander Finbow
128 pages of monster packed adventure