Do You Wanna DIE?!?! (contest….)

Would you like to die horribly?! You know you do. On paper, at least…. Well, now is your CHANCE!! Check this out:

Behemoth gives you the chance to see yourself, “Mercilessly killed.”

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The creators of Behemoth are running a contest for fans who want to get drawn into a comic book. The series, co-created by writer Chris Kipiniak and artist JK Woodward and published by MonkeyBrain Comics, follows Theresa, a young girl who’s turning into a monster and is forced to become part of a squad of creatures being trained to kill for the government. Contest winners will get drawn into the comic as victims of monster-action. Here’s the info on the contest, including a sample entry from co-creator Chris Kipiniak:

“BEHEMOTH fans! We are gearing up for production of issue 4 and, you know what? We need faces! We’re holding a contest, and the prize is a drawing of you getting mercilessly killed in the story!

All you have to do is send us a picture of you, holding up your tablet or phone or computer, showing a story page from Behemoth issue 2, while making your best, ‘I’m dying in a really, really, REALLY painful way!’ face.

http://www.monkeybraincomics.com/2015/05/27/behemoth-2/

We’ll pick 5 winners:

2 Third Place winners will be featured together on a splash page, dying horribly
2 Second Place winners will be part of an action scene, which ends with them dying horribly
and
1 First Place winner will be in an action scene, get to put up a bit of a fight, even doing some damage, before dying horribly.

And we’ll share some of the other entries on the fan page!

You can send your entries to us at behemothcomic@gmail.com. Please include your name, contact information, and let us know that it’s okay for us to use your likeness.

We’ll be taking entries through 6/21. Looking forward to seeing what you got!”

If you missed it, check out a preview of Behemoth #1

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