Vertigo's Imaginary Fiends Brings Tim Seeley Back to Horror Comics

"With Vertigo's Imaginary Fiends, Tim Seeley is back in the realm of horror, this time telling a story of hungry spectral aliens who stalk the minds of the young — unleashing a tale of 'crazy, imaginary stuff' and 'weird, colorful worlds.'

The miniseries, which launches in November with art by Stephen Molnar, centers on a young girl named Melba whose imaginary friend Polly Peachpit told her to murder her friend. After the attempted murder, Melba was locked up for good, but when she turned 18, the FBI came to her cell to ask for her help, as similar incidents with 'imaginary fiends' have been discovered."

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