AfterShock and ‘A Filthy Lot’ Unveil Limited Francesco Francavilla Variant for Undone by Blood Vol 2 Launch

To help celebrate the launch of the second volume of AfterShock’s Undone by Blood, as well as the second season of their “Drawn & Cornered” series, Vancouver based YouTube Studio A Filthy Lot Entertainment are excited to announce that they’re partnering with AfterShock for an exclusive variant cover from none other than Francesco Francavilla.

“Drawn & Cornered” is a fun deep-dive interview show created by host N.A. Razzak and veteran comic book writer (and long-time BCP fave) Lonnie Nadler. It features some of the world’s best comic book artists drawing art that will be auctioned to benefit charities of their choosing, and the first season managed to raise over $2,000 for various organisations around the world.

The new variant will be limited to 500 copies worldwide and can only be acquired as a free giveaway. Make sure to subscribe to the new ‘A Filthy Fandom’ YouTube channel and watch the season premier on February 28th to find out how to get a copy.

Oh, and if you’re a Local Comic Shop and want a copy, send an email to to register your interest and they’ll send it to you for FREE!

The second season of “Drawn & Cornered” is set to feature an all-star line-up of incredible artists including the likes of Steve Skroce (Post Americana), Martín Morazzo (Ice Cream Man), Jamal Igle (Black), Scott Chantler (Bix), Alberto J. Alburquerque (No One’s Rose), Renée Nault (The Handmaid’s Tale), DaNi (Coffin Bound), Tom Fowler (The Books of Magic), Eric Zawadzki (The House of El), Michelle Mee Nutter (Allergic), Matt Lesniewski (Crimson Flower), and Michael Avon Oeming (Powers)!

And if you somehow need more convincing to pick up the actual series itself, make sure to check out Mark’s recent advance review of the first issue where he called it “a no-questions-asked, do as you’re told and add it to your pull list right now, recommendation” en route to giving it a perfect five-star score.

The writer of this piece was: Craig Neilson-Adams (aka Ceej)
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