The monsters have taken over summer camp and it looks like things will get absolutely scary next year.
Due to an overwhelming positive mass marketing response, Image Comics has moved the release of Camp Midnight from this Halloween to April, 2016. This decision is intended to accommodate the potential for a wider audience.
Camp Midnight (by Stephen T. Seagle and contributing cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein) tells the story of Skye, a reluctant teen who is sent to the wrong camp. As if this mishap wasn’t enough, Skye, a human, needs to conceal the fact that she is a human from her fellow campers who are monsters.
This take makes the story the graphic novel plans to tell ripe with possibilities. Camp Midnight has the potential to appeal to both horror and comedy enthusiasts.