Kim and Becka are back and dealing with the troubles of supernatural dating in Kim Reaper: Vampire Island! College relationships are tough for everyone, but they’re EXTRA hard for Kim. Her grumpy grim reaper bosses are always mad at her, her girlfriend Becka’s roommate keeps hanging around, and now everybody is super into vampires for some reason! And she accidentally let slip that she knew about an island full of them?!
Oops, better pack up your scythe—we’re all going on a really weird date!
Issue #1-4 of Kim Reaper - Vampire Island were released in comic stores from September to November 2018!
"It’s insane but also grounded by the human emotion known as love. Sarah’s silly comedic voice is on full display right here in this here book! I can’t wait to see where the series goes!”
"I read the first issue (because I’m from the future) and it made a terrible noise come out of my face-hole. That noise… was laughins."
“Kim Reaper is one of the most charming and clever comics I’ve read in years!”
"Kim Reaper is kind of everything I want out of life."
"Becka’s infatuation, captured so wonderfully by Graley’s expressive cartooning style, takes the two on a chaotic journey, ranging from university romantic travails to hellish underworld portals. Now’s the perfect time to jump on board with this cute new series."
"Graley’s bouncy cartoon style accentuates the characters’ mutual crushes as well as the insane visuals of skeletal ghouls haunting a sunken ship and a muscular man using his pet cats as armor in a fight."
"Graley’s adorably goth comic is full of over-the-top slapstick; cute, goggle-eyed characters; a sweet lesbian romance; and, of course, lots of skeletons and trips to hell."
“Stylish and sweet, Kim Reaper is sure to leave you in giggles!”
“Sarah Graley’s Kim Reaper is loud and cute and yes, goth as hell. A sweet, silly, spooky read.”
“Kim Reaper is such a joy to read! It’s overflowing with charm, lovable characters and supernatural fun.”
“Kim Reaper is awesome and you should read it. It speaks to the awkward goth girl inside all of us.”
"It has the same kind of over-the-top, physical and nearly psychedelic humor as several Cartoon Network shows, and teeters just on the edge of being all-ages friendly. It’s fun and funny without rejecting serious themes, and offers Graley a great platform to hone her already impressive skills."
"If you’re looking for a spooky treat with well-written characters, look no further than Kim Reaper. With this new series, Sarah Graley is set to become an even bigger comic book star, as it continues with its spooky, excellent ride. It’s a great inclusion to the UK comics scene, and it fits perfectly next to Giant Days and Oni Press’ many publications."
"An appealing mixture of 95 percent humor and 5 percent horror."