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Kickstarter Alert: Hack/Slash "Big Hack Energy-Sized" Omnibus Hardcover

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Kickstarter Alert: Hack/Slash “Big Hack Energy-Sized” Omnibus Hardcover

New Hack/Slash omnibus contains a brand new story.

There’s a new comics Kickstarter on the block and it goes by the name Hack/Slash. More specifically, Hack/Slash “Big Hack Energy-Sized” Omnibus Hardcover. If you’re unfamiliar, the series was created by Tim Seeley and Emily Stone, Hack/Slash is a comics series that got its start way back in 2004, has a movie in the works, and has produced over 70 issues.

Now it’s getting a brand new hardcover along with an all-new story written and drawn by Tim Seeley. You can check out the Kickstarter here.

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We here at AIPT have reviewed the series over the years and you can check out that coverage here.

A physical copy will run you $55 and will contain 432 pages in 7.5″W x 11″H format and will contain these volumes:

  • SLICE HARD Prequel
  • CHUCKY Crossover
  • EVIL ERNIE Crossover

But wait there’s more. Check out the stretch goals below.


Set to ship in April 2021, it may not be Halloween then, but it’s Halloween today which is good enough in my book!

You can fund Hack/Slash on Kickstarter.

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