Written by Duane Swierczynski
Art by Richard P. Clark
Lettering by Janice Chiang
Edited by Sandy King
Cover art by Tim Bradstreet

Issue 1

The desert above Los Angeles is a harsh, unforgiving place. The heat does something to people’s brains — or so thinks Lieutenant Ron Pinkerton, who is investigating a series of shockingly violent crimes perpetrated by the most unlikely suspects.

Meanwhile, just a few miles away, astrophysicists at the Mount Wilson Observatory are grappling with another kind of threat — one that threatens to extinguish humanity in the time it takes for your eye to TWITCH…

DIAMOND ITEM CODE: OCT181909

Issue 2

Astrophysicist Marisa Stringfellow broke out of the observatory thinking she’d be able stop an alien entity on the rampage in the Antelope Valley desert. Lieutenant Pinkerton, meanwhile, thinks Stringfellow may be suffering from heatstroke. “How can you tell they’re aliens?”

“Because right before they kill you,” Stringfellow replies, “they’ll start to TWITCH…”

DIAMOND ITEM CODE: NOV181980

Issue 3

An alien entity is slowly gathering material to build a hive mind — and your brain is on its wish list! It’s up to the unlikely duo of an astrophysicist and an L.A. county sheriff to save humanity, one bullet at a time.

But it’s tough to aim straight when you can see dead people shambling toward you, and the end of the world just over the horizon, and your eyes begin to TWITCH…

DIAMOND ITEM CODE: DEC182054