Dee’s life is in turmoil when her parents are killed in a freak tornado. Returning to Kansas for the funeral after five years in LA, Dee discovers Emeraldsville is the same unexciting place it was when she left – until the bizarre unexplained murders begin.

With an unknown killer closing in, the events of one night in 1959 begin to unravel as a portal to a world of horror opens, a portal paved with yellow bricks…

Story by Angelo Tirotto
Art by Richard Jordan
Cover by Richard Jordan & Ian Churchill

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 3.3%


JohnnyDestructo02/22/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. This was written by the owner of my LCS. Please check this out if you can!

  2. An Image #1. I’m in as always.

  3. Sounds interesting, and like Graves said, an image #1? I’m in!

  4. Woo! Been waiting for Angelo’s book for a while now! Check it out everybody.

    • Already pre-ordered on my mail order pull list. But this may be one of the comics that I have to get on release week….

      Maybe my LCS will have the alternate cover….

  5. Sounds interesting. The preview on CBR looked cool, too. I’ll give it a shot.

  6. There is no harm in trying something new, so I’ll pull this!

  7. Looks and sounds interesting, covers definitely appealing w surrender tattoo above cleavage, and like said an Image #1, worth a shot.

  8. I love when I hear about a comic that is outside the box of what I normally read but it intrigues me enough that I want too check it out even tho I have very little faith in it. No Place Like Home is 5/5 potw thank you brain for be open minded….really great

  9. Image #1s are usual picks, but one written by the owner of one of my locals was a no-brainer.

    Well done, Angelo–it’s a terrific book, a solid entry issue with a bunch of characters I can’t wait to see more from. Then again, I’m a sucker for kick-ass women in comics.

    Equal props for the art. For an unknown quantity, it’s genuinely terrific quality, and way better than I was hoping for. Yanick Paquette, look out.

  10. This comic was great. The art was marvelous. Bravo!

  11. Love the story – loved the art! I’m in for a sub. Pick of the week for me.

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