Scott McCullough’s “Doorkickers” are Back to Deliver a Dose of Bad Medicine

On Thursday, independent comic book creator Scott McCullough launched a crowdfunding campaign for Doorkickers: Bad Medicine, the sequel to Doorkickers: Panzer Demon which was successfully crowdfunded in 2019.

Written and created by McCullough (Peregrine: Wings of the Falcon) and featuring illustrations by Douglas Franchin, colors by Farah Nurmaliza and lettering by the prolific Eric Weathers (Battle Brick Road), Bad Medicine is described as a “military horror” graphic novel where superhuman soldiers face off against a supernatural threat.

Here’s the brief plot synopsis taken from the Doorkickers: Bad Medicine Indiegogo campaign page:

From the wild Amazon jungle to the gritty streets of Sao Paulo, the Doorkickers are on the track of an international threat with the power to use the same supernatural abilities that the Enhanced Security Directorate (ESD) has equipped the Doorkickers of the Wildfire team.

Backers can get a copy of Doorkickers: Bad Medicine for $25. If you have more money to spend, you can also pick up the following:

  • Multiple copies of the book
  • Variant covers
  • Doorkickers: Walk in the Dark bonus ashcan book
  • Original head sketch artwork
  • A chance to have your likeness drawn into the final book
  • A copy of the first Doorkickers book if you want to catch up

It is also worth noting that there is an additional shipping charge starting at $10.

Interested? You can check out some sample artwork below or visit the full Doorkickers: Bad Medicine Indiegogo campaign page here.

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