Written by Duane Swierczynski
Pencils by Andrea Mutti
Inks by Gigi Baldassini
Colors by Valerio Alloro
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Covers by Tim Bradstreet

Issue 1

“There’s two hundred million people out there just walkin’ around, and there ain’t nobody in charge.” (Carl Gottlieb, The Jaws Log)

It’s a bright sunny day near the Santa Monica Pier. You’re reading an excellent horror novel (the latest Sutter Cane!) and enjoying some downtime. But suddenly… you’re compelled to stand up. So is everyone else around you. And now you’re walking along with them into the ocean. Stop! you want to scream. Body, please — just stop! But your body refuses to listen. Not even when the waves crash over your head, and the water fills your lungs…


Issue 2

“Baby your mind is a radio…” (Talking Heads)

You’re taking a shower. Nothing more normal in the world, right? But wait. This is not your shower; this is not your bar of soap; hell, this isn’t even your apartment. You have no idea how you ended up here, naked. But things are about to get far worse as you step out of the shower and leave the apartment (still naked, still dripping wet) and somehow end up in a violent riot on the streets of Beverly Hills…


Issue 3

“Hell of all the things I lost, I miss my mind the most.” (Bill Paxton)

We all know the world has lost its collective mind. But not quite like this… with random strangers teaming up to commit bizarre acts of violence and self-destruction, from the Santa Monica Pier to the 101 Freeway to a posh Beverly Hills mall. Our only hope lies with four complete strangers — all of whom have had devastating encounters with this phenomenon — who team up in search of answers.