SINK Black Bundle [Includes SINK #1 & #2 Limited Edition Black Variants!]
The SINK Black Bundle - Contains SINK #1 & #2 Limited Black Edition
This ComixTribe exclusive limited-edition bundle features LIMITED BLACK EDITION variant covers of the first two issues of the sold-out, smash hit crime horror series SINK, a downloadable SINK #1 & 2 Digital Audio Bundle, featuring a soundtrack to accompany your reading of SINK #1 & 2, plus one of three randomly inserted Mr. Dig Paper Toys! The SINK Black Bundle from ComixTribe is for mature readers only and is limited to just 500 units.
Killer clowns in a blue van, shovel-wielding vigilantes, and the last bus you'd ever want to ride... You must be in Sinkhill.
A forgotten East End district of a warped funhouse mirror vision of Glasgow, Scotland, Sinkhill is a hive of crooks, deviants and killers, and ordinary folk unfortunate enough to live among them. SINK is a vicious new crime series from the creative team behind OXYMORON: THE LOVELIEST NIGHTMARE.
SINK #1 - Limited Edition Black Variant Cover
When Allan misses the last bus home, a wrong turn on his walk home takes him into Sinkhill. There, he must face an onslaught of knife-wielding youths, a fox-masked vigilante, and a nightmare lurking in a blue van.
UPC: 728350968213 00181
SINK #2 - Limited Edition Black Variant Cover
Sharon is a freelance contractor with an unusual set of talents. For those with enough money, she can make dead bodies disappear. But her latest disposal is complicated by the fact that the young man she is to get rid of may not be as dead as he first appeared. The smash-hit, off-beat crime horror series continues! Featuring a variant cover by Ryan Lee (Inhumans, Archer & Armstrong.)
UPC: 728350968213 00281
SINK #1 & #2 Audio Bundle
-SINK #1: Blue Van Country Creator Commentary with John Lees & Alex Cormack
-SINK #1Original Soundtrack by Jamie Fairlie. (6 original tracks inspired by SINK #1!)
- SINK #2: The Door at the End Creator Commentary with John Lees & Alex Cormack
- SINK #2Original Soundtrack by Jamie Fairlie. (6 original tracks inspired by SINK #1!)
Exclusive Mr. Dig Paper Toy
How cool is this!
Each SINK Black Bundle will include one of three randomly inserted Limited Edition Mr. Dig Paper Toys!
These D-I-Y paper toys ship flat, and are easy and fun to assemble with only scissors and glue, paste or clear tape.
Each bag contains one of three Mr. Dig designs:
Standard Mr. Dig (Inserted in 50% of the bags)
Bloodsplattered Mr. Dig (Inserted in 30% of the bags)
Black & White Colorable Mr. Dig (Inserted in 20% of the bags)
Each limited edition bundle comes sealed in a limited edition SINK Black Bundle Polybag.
ONLY 40 SINK BLACK BUNDLES AVAILABLE TODAY!
Who will love SINK?
Fans of horror comics like Harrow County or Nailbiter.
Fans of crime comics like Sin City or Fell.
People from Scotland, who'll recognize the distinctive Glasgow locales.
People NOT from Scotland, who will enjoy a universally relatable tale with the added flavor of an unfamiliar setting.
Fans of ComixTribe's OXYMORON: THE LOVELIEST NIGHTMARE, as this reunites the writer/artist team of John Lees and Alex Cormack.
Fans of ComixTribe's AND THEN EMILY WAS GONE, with writer John Lees returning for another slice of Caledonian Gothic.
People who are terrified of clowns!
The Reviews Are In...
"This tale is not about Allan, the story's main character. The point of the story, the real “main character” is Glasgow herself. Within her borders lies a heart of darkness like unto Hell itself." - Michael Nunneley, Big Glasgow Comic Page
"Between the bus, the dickheads, and Mr. Dig, you've got more than enough terror in one comic. Then you continue on in a series of pages that is somehow a million times scarier than anything that came before it. There's a page turn here that literally made me jump when reading it. It comes out of nowhere and it's absolutely chilling." - James Ferguson, Horror Talk
"Horror in the comic medium can often be a tricky concept to master, with the go-to staples like creepy soundtracks and jump-scares all but removed from the equation. Thankfully, we’re in good hands here with Lees, someone who appreciates the subtler nuances of the genre, such as the simplicity of that sinking feeling in the pit of your gut as a van drives past you, stops, then slowly reverses." - Craig Nielson, Big Comic Page