Frank At Home On The Farm is an unsettling and engrossing, psychological horror, mystery set in the early 1920s. Part Lynchian nightmare, part Cronenbergian body horror, written by Jordan Thomas and Illustrated by Clark Bint, published by Scout Comics.
Frank Cross returns from World War 1 badly damaged by his experiences and wanting nothing more than to settle back down with his family at their farm. However, upon arrival he discovers his family missing. Frank’s search for answers only heightens his fear and anxiety as townspeople struggle to remember anything about his parents or brother and he’s confronted with nothing but dead ends. All the while Frank’s desperation grows he becomes more and more aware of the bizarre behavior of the farm’s animals. They seem to be watching his every move, gathering at night and sometimes Frank can swear he even hears them speak. Frank feels crazy just thinking it…but could they have something to do with his family’s disappearance?
Jordan Thomas has been writing professionally for over a decade in various mediums. FRANK AT HOME ON THE FARM was his first published comic series but since then he has released the multi-artist sci-fi standalone QUARANTINE, crime-noir series MUGSHOTS, and psychedelic-sci-fi-noir series WEIRD WORK.
Jordan currently resides in Granada in Southern Spain where in between writing he spends his time swimming, attempting to avoid being sunburnt and fostering dogs of all shapes and sizes.
Clark Bint is a comic artist from Oxford. While something of a newcomer to the industry, his love for comics as an art form has existed since he first picked up a pencil. As well as FRANK AT HOME ON THE FARM he has worked on titles such as KILLTOPIA and CYBERARCHY as featured in Heavy Metal Magazine.
Regardless of genre, Clark’s known for his delicate balance of intense action, intricate panel layouts and subtle character moments, and is constantly trying to push the boundaries of visual storytelling. His work has been described as everything from “exhilarating” to “Gonzo Anarchy” to “off-putting” - a fact he is very proud of.