Team Ash Brings Death To The Army of Darkness

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“It’s been six months since the events of the Army of Darkness film…Ash is just trying to settle down and get back to his groovy ways. But dammit, Deadite-possessed strangers keep attacking him at every turn. Why is evil following everywhere he turns, and what happens when an awful splinter spell causes Ash to become…Team Ash?”!

“Together they must travel through time to Ancient Egypt and prevent the Necronomicon from ever being written in the first place. Along the way, can Ash solve his split personality predicament – and how would the others feel about that? Could one of the party members be hiding something? Fans will just have to read to find out!

Parrott claims it was Dynamite editor Nathan Cosby who came to him with the idea of wanting to do a Team Ash book.

“At first we talked about it being different from Ash’s other realities, but I think character-wise we really gravitated toward the idea of forcing Ash to face different parts of his own personality,” Parrott tells SYFY WIRE.

“There was already kind of a precedent there with Evil Ash, so it didn’t feel like we were stretching things too far. And that’s the nice thing about Ash being a loudmouth braggart; you wanna believe that deep down he might be something more. So once we locked in on that concept, it was just about combining the different facets of Ash with interesting visual characters. We pared it down from something like 12 characters into the six that are in the book. I won’t tell you which ones we didn’t use because … I’m desperate to find a way to put them ALL in the story at some point.”

“In crafting the story, the fun part for me was figuring out all the ingredients of the Army of Darkness movie, and then hopefully remix them in a new interesting way,” he adds. “That meant a bunch of chainsaws, boomsticks, and Deadite battles. We’ll see some familiar characters and locations, like S-Mart and the cabin, and of course you have to have a little time travel. But instead of medieval times, we’re going all the way back to the creation of the Necronomicon itself, and what that means to Ash, Team Ash, and the world itself. If there’s one thing my editor keeps telling me, it’s to push it farther, seeing how much we can stretch the mythology, and hopefully we succeed.”

“This series is a love story dedicated to the concept of beating the ever-living hell out of evil demons and breaking as many things as possible and pouring buckets of monster blood on everything!” said editor Nate Cosby. “And I think Ryan, Jacob, Kike, and Hassan should be ashamed of themselves. Buy it in February!”

Dynamite has also recruited a gregarious gang of talented cover artists, including Ben Oliver (Vengeance of Vampirella, American Carnage); the “Zombie King” himself, Arthur Suydam (DCeased, Marvel Zombies); and Mirka Andolfo (Unnatural, Catwoman).

Issue #1 launches on February 19, followed by #2 on March 11 and #3 on April 15.

 

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