By Marguerite Bennett (Writer) // Renato Guedes (Art, Cover & Glorious Black And White Tones)
NOTE: Out of an abundance of caution rising from the early reactions to THE LOT we will be withholding story and art pages as well as details beyond the synopsis until further notice. We cannot, in good conscious,˜continue to make widely avaliable pages that have caused such a disturbing response.˜We appreciate your understanding and patience in this matter. Synopsis: In the 1970s, legendary filmmaker Oliver Larsen began production on what was to be his horror masterpiece. Obsessed with authenticity, the megalomaniacal director insisted on filming a real-life occult ritual performed by actual cult members. The cast and crew, of course, gave no credence to the cultists' beliefs but soon were proselytised as something awoke that day on the studio lot. In the bloody aftermath, the production was permanently shut down, the footage suppressed, and the soundstage that bore witness forever shuttered. Until today.