From the critically acclaimed writers of THE DREGS and the artist of Image Comics' SEX comes a new horror series about body image, social media, and memory.
When an entrepreneur with a god complex creates a technology that allows two minds to share one body, he doesn't anticipate the degenerative effects of long-term trials.
Come Into Me is a contemporary comment on connected culture and our longing for approval in the digital age. This is a world where technology and flesh become indistinguishable. Prepare yourself for the insane lovechild of The Fly and Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind. Collects issues 1-4.
"Manages to be unsettling, disturbing and creepy yet utterly human and engaging." -Jeff Lemire (Black Hammer, Gideon Falls)
Zac Thompson is a writer born and raised on Prince Edward Island, Canada. He's written titles like Marvelous X-Men, Cable, and X-Men: Black for Marvel Comics. Along with indie books such as Her Infernal Descent, Relay, and The Replacer. In 2019, Zac became the showrunner of the Age of X-Man universe at Marvel Comics. His critically acclaimed miniseries, Come Into Me, was called the best horror comic of 2018 by HorrorDNA. His debut comic series, The Dregs, was called "lowbrow brilliant" by New York Magazine. His novel, Weaponized, was the winner of the 2016 CryptTV horror fiction contest.
Lonnie Nadler is a storyteller from Vancouver, Canada. He is best known for his work at Marvel Comics that includes showrunning the Age of X-Man event, and writing numerous titles. He released his critically acclaimed debut graphic novel, The Dregs, in 2017 from Black Mask Studios. His 2018 follow up, Come Into Me, was named one of the best 100 horror comics of all time by Paste Magazine. In 2020, his historical fiction, cosmic horror concoction, Black Stars Above, was longlisted for a Bram Stoker Award. Nadler's current series, Undone By Blood, is in development with BigBaldHead Productions and AMC. He also currently writes for video games and his clients include Ubisoft and Lionshead Entertainment. Lonnie's films have played at festivals around the world. His documentary, Co-Creators, held its world premiered at the DOXA Film Festival in 2018. If you're still reading this too-long bio, Lonnie has also penned stories for VICE, HuffPost, Blood-Disgusting, Seraphim Films, PanelXPanel, Ahoy! Comics Magazine, and numerous other publications. When Lonnie is not building weird stories, he's crushed by the weight of simultaneous imposter syndrome and delusions of grandeur.
"Come Into Me is likely to give you a panic attack."
– Steve Foxe, Paste Magazine
"'Cronenbergian' is an adjective that gets thrown around a lot in comic books. If a book has even a touch of psychosexual undertones or a bit of body horror, we are quick to slap the label on it just to let people known we've seen Videodrome once or twice. But unlike those books, Come Into Me truly nails the gets-under-your-skin vibe of the auteur's filmography and then stylishly pours it onto the pages of a comic, reveling in the dread, obsession, and character building that other books tend to ignore. The best kind of horror holds a mirror up to the world that it inhabits, and Come Into Me holds that mirror uncomfortably close, and never once allows us to look away."