A Platinum Studios Comics’ graphic novel

WRITTEN BY: Asa Shumskas-Tait
INKS & LETTERS BY: Joe Caramagna
COLORS BY: Stu Chaifetz
COVER BY: Joseph Linsner
CREATED & PUBLISHED BY: Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

When twenty-something, print shop worker Oliver Steward meets Casey Pennington; he thinks he’s found the girl of his dreams. There’s one small problem: she’s possessed by a demon! Now Oliver has to figure out how to save her before she ends up committed  – and before the demon inside wreaks havoc on the world. A supernatural drama about the consumption of love, desire and power plays out in this demonic love triangle!

Joe Caramagna is a Disney Comics writer on DuckTales and Big Hero 6 for IDW Publishing and Frozen and Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks The Internet – Click Start for Dark Horse Comics. He is also a Harvey and Eisner Award nominated letterer of your favorite Marvel Comics titles such as Amazing Spider-Man, Captain America, Uncanny X-Men, Ms. Marvel, and many, many more! He loves his family, hockey, and donuts (not always necessarily in that order). Find him at and


About Platinum Studios and Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Platinum Studios Comics is part of Platinum Studios, Inc ( The publishing arm does more than just publish, as it develops current, upcoming and past comics published by itself, allied publishers such as Awesome Comics and Triumphant Comics and comics published by others, such as The Dark Fringe and Killing Demons. Platinum Studios Inc and Platinum Studios Comics specialize in comic book based entertainment with one of the largest libraries of comic book characters. The group develops for filmed entertainment and all kinds of media.

Platinum Studios Comics is run by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, the Fourteen-time New York Times Best Seller creator. Also a film producer, movies include the number one box office winner, Cowboys & Aliens, with Daniel Craig of James Bond fame, and Harrison Ford from Star Wars.

Platinum Studios’ library includes characters that have appeared worldwide in both millions of comics and broadcast television, film, games, the internet and more.