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– by Joseph Jammer Medina

THE OFFICIAL COMIC PREQUEL TO THE NETFLIX ORIGINAL FILM!

Fans of the Netflix Original Film, Spectral, can now find out what happened before the Spectral’s took over.  Debuting December 9, 2016 on Netflix, Spectral, has found a cult following in its short time.  Originally intended for the big screen, but with massive budget cuts had to settle on Netflix.  Legendary Comics wanted to give its fans an opportunity to see what happened before the Spectrals took over.

You can click here to purchase Spectral: Ghosts of War on Comixology

Read the official description from Legendary Comics below:

Delving deeper into the supernatural mysteries of the sci-fi action movie SPECTRAL, this official prequel graphic novel tells a new story of survival in the face of a weaponized force of phantoms known as ‘spectrals.’ 

When a war-torn city is overrun by a terrifying army of ghosts, a group of school-friends set out on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth behind their nightmares. Meanwhile, an advanced assault unit of near-future soldiers skirts the city’s shadows on a search and rescue mission, finding themselves thrown into explosive conflict with an impossible enemy that can only be seen with specialized goggles that enable the wearer to look death in the eye. Are these attackers the ghosts the children seek? Or something much more sinister? 

Written by Seamus Kevin Fahey (Battlestar Galactica, Lethal Weapon), Sean Fahey (BlackJack Press) and with stunning painted artwork by Zid (Son of Merlin, Kong: Skull Island), SPECTRAL: GHOSTS OF WAR is a poignant tale of courage in the face of the unknown set against a spectacular backdrop of paranormal military warfare.

Spectral: Ghosts of War

Availability: Comixology digital exclusive

48 pages

Price: $7.99

Writer: Seamus Kevin Fahey, Sean Fahey

Artwork: Zid

Joseph Jammer Medina is an author, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of LRM. A graduate of Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Television, Jammer's always had a craving for stories. From movies, television, and web content to books, anime, and manga, he's always been something of a story junkie.