The historical fantasy series will be collected into trade paperback

New York Times bestselling author of novels The Yard and The Devil’s Workshop, Alex Grecian, and the fan-favorite artist of Proof and Cowboy Ninja Viking, Riley Rossmo team up for an all-new twist on the tale of the infamous monk in RASPUTIN, VOL. 1. The first five issues of the series will be collected into trade paperback and available this July.

In one night Rasputin was poisoned, beaten, stabbed, shot in the head, and drowned, then tied up and thrown in a frozen river. But how did he get from Siberia to the Winter Palace? And why did it take so much hard work to kill him? RASPUTIN, VOL. 1 is a supernatural reimagining of the “mad monk.”

RASPUTIN, VOL. 1 (ISBN: 978-1-63215-267-1) hits comic book stores on June 24 and bookstores on July 7, and will be available for $9.99. It can be ordered by retailers from Diamond Book Distributors with Diamond Code APR150546.

More praise for RASPUTIN:

Rasputin is cleverly written and beautiful to behold; Another instant Image gem.” All-Comic

“With intensely interesting subject matter, a strong story, deep and well wrought characters and a fantastically talented team firing on all cylinders, this book is a gem.” —Multiversity Comics

“Such a monumental idea could have easily fallen apart with the wrong artist, but Rossmo’s talents help RASPUTIN move stunningly from page to page.” —Fangoria

“A really enjoyable read.” —Bloody Disgusting

“Some lovely art and very cool storytelling at play here.” —IGN


About The Author Tyler Goulet

Tyler Goulet, owner/founder and editor-in-chief of All-Comic.com, has an addiction to comics that seemingly cannot be sated. Reading everything from Hellboy (his favorite character, series and creator) to Batman to Pluto, and other Manga, and most everything in between, there’s not much he can’t talk about or won’t read. He currently resides in Calgary, Canada with his wife Kayla, his son Finan, a black cat named Hailstorm (yes, like the Transformer) and their always-starving, three legged idiot cat Lemmy. (yes, from Motorhead)