When Father Daniel suspects that one of his parishioners has been possessed, he has no choice but to perform an exorcism. Too bad the monsignor does not believe him and the only exorcist still in the diocese is Father Adam, with whom Daniel shares a less than lovely history.
A gothic mix of horror, drama, tragedy, and romance between the sacred and the profane, Ninety-Nine Righteous Men is K. M. Claude’s terrifying and tantalizing debut into comics.
Praise for Ninety-Nine Righteous Men:
( ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ +0.5) You know a book is good when you dock half a star for not being long enough… Ninety-Nine Righteous Men perfectly blends the tragedy of unrequited love with Gothic horror into a beautifully illustrated graphic novel that can only be described as a Catholic’s nightmare. – Kara Jorgensen
(★★★★★) Tragically beautiful… This was my first exposure to K.M. Claude’s work, but it won’t be my last– they’ve earned a fan. The writing in this story combines with amazing art to bring a wonderful and thought-provoking story to life. If one enjoys supernatural-based stories, especially one with an erotic charge to them, one can’t make a much better choice than this comic. –Lee
(★★★★★) So much more complex then it lets on…Definitely worth the money and something I find myself re-reading and catching more small little details relevant to the story. –Mary Peterson
(★★★★★) If you like a good demon story with some adult action get this book! …I didnt want this story to end because it was so entertaing and well written. –Icy
The artwork is gorgeous, and the story examines the complicated issues of consent and responsibility in a situation where every decision comes with a price, and no option leaves your conscience clear. –Nami
FINAL RATING: 9/10… Every expectation I had was met, then exceeded… As far as debut features are concerned, this one shows the kind of maturity and boldness that I’ve rarely seen in independent publications, and I’m looking forward to seeing what K.M. Claude has for us in the future. – Dani Moth (Bloodbath and Beyond)
If John Waters wrote comics, this would be it. – Ben Howard
Focused, unnerving, and wonderfully illustrated, it’s a strong little horror comic, just the perfect thing for the season. – Matt Garcia, Multiversity Comics
People’s Choice and Excellence in Drama – StArt Faire’s 2016 Excellence in Webcomic Awards