Skip to content
Storm King Productions
Shop Our Categories
Tales for a HalloweeNight
Tales of Science Fiction
Surviving Nuclear Attack
Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story
The Grimms Town Terror Tales
Nav Menu 2
Nav Menu 3
Nav Menu 4
Nav Menu 5
Nav Menu 6
Nav Menu 7
Nav Menu 8
Monica Bleue: A Werewolf Story TPB
John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids: MONICA BLEUE: A WEREWOLF STORY Trade Paperback
After the death of her mother, a young girl moves away to the country with her father. Angry and grief-stricken, Monica Bleue must find a new life away from her friends, her school, and everything that was familiar to her. Though she’s not speaking to her dad, she begins to find her way out of her heartache from the country serenity around them. But while out wandering the forests near their home, she comes face to face with a hidden horror that changes their lives forever.
Monica and her father search for answers to her newly transformed state, and together they bond as she learns to harness the monstrous powers she now possesses. But there’s a sinister evil lying low in their small country town… and the number of missing children is climbing. Monica may be the only one with the power to uncover the secret, but as she begins to unravel the mystery, finding a savage killer only puts her and her father deeper in danger.
Steve Niles (30 DAYS OF NIGHT, THE OCTOBER FACTION, MYSTERY SOCIETY) and Damien Worm (THE OCTOBER FACTION, DARK SOULS, THE EVIL WITHIN) bring you MONICA BLEUE: A WEREWOLF STORY, the FIRST story in the new anthology series, John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids. The Trade Paperback includes all five issues and covers by Damien Worm.
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 3 (Signed)
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 2 (Unsigned)
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 6 NYCC Exclusive (Signed)
Vault TPB (unsigned)
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 2 (Signed)
The Grimms Town Terror Tales: Rise of the Candy Creeper
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 4 (unsigned)
Tales for a HalloweeNight Vol. 1 (Unsigned)
Share your knowledge of this product.
Be the first to write a review »