Filipino Artist Interviewed About Serial Killer Graphic Novel

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King Tractor Press' OYE! has an exclusive interview with Filipino artist Mannie Abeleda about his upcoming work on the gruesome graphic novel "Family Bones", based on the true story of a pair of elderly serial killers.

OYE!, an entertainment blog, invites everyone to view its exclusive interview with Filipino artist Mannie Abeleda about his work in the upcoming second volume of "Family Bones". Mannie is an up-in-coming talent in the comic book field with his work appearing in horror comic books such as "Innocent" and "Trailer Park Of Terror".

The interview is available at

"Family Bones" is the true crime comic book series written by Shawn Granger, the great nephew of the elderly serial killers Ray and Faye Copeland. The couple was the oldest US couple convicted of serial killing and sentenced to death. The story is told through the eyes of their nephew who unwillingly comes to live with the murderous couple one hot summer. The first volume of "Family Bones" is already out and collects the first five issues of the comic book series. The volume two will finish off the guesome tale with chapters 6-10.

The reader learns the family secret as the nephew does, a city boy dealing with the hard life on the farm. The tale is full of oddball neighbors, dead drifters, and a beautiful girl next door. You can see a preview at

Contact info for Mannie Abeleda is available upon request.

If you would like more information about this interview or wish to contact Mannie Abeleda please email King Tractor Press at The company website is at


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