Skip to Main Content

The Forevers

Illustrated by Eric Scott Pfeiffer
Published by Black Mask Studios
Distributed by Simon & Schuster
LIST PRICE $19.99
PRICE MAY VARY BY RETAILER
See More Retailers

Live fast. Live forever.

Five friends struggling on the brink of stardom sacrifice everything in a black magic pact that brings them all the wealth and glamour they ever wanted. Years later though, the "glow" is fading. But when one of them dies, and they feel a surge of magic rise amongst them, they soon realize that they all share in the power of the glow. And when a member of the group decides to kill the rest and claim the glow for their own, they suddenly find themselves fighting for their lives. As they search for the killer's identity, each of The Forevers must face the macabre reality of the lengths to which some people will go to be adored, and to make certain that the spotlight never fades...

"Part Jupiter's Legacy, part Last Days; The Forevers grabs you with the smut glamour of the Rolling Stones, and the grand strange machinations of Twin Peaks--a weird, sci-fi unearthing of the corpse of modern celebrity." -Steve Orlando (Midnighter, Supergirl)

Curt Pires is a writer, producer, and creative that splits his time between Calgary, Canada and Hollywood. Five of his Eight released creator owned properties are in active development for TV / FILM with Pires writing and executive-producing on multiple of the projects. His newest series OLYMPIA (co-created by his father Tony Pires) is published by Image Comics. His other creator-owned series include THE FOREVERS (Black Mask Studios), MAYDAY (Black Mask Studios), WYRD (Dark Horse Comics), POP (Dark Horse Comics), The Tomorrows (Dark Horse Comics), and The Fiction (Boom! Studios). He enjoys telling stories that push both narrative and creative boundaries.

"Eerie… reminiscent of Stranger Things."

– Entertainment Weekly

"Like an unholy Lynch project filtered through Karen Berger-era 90s Vertigo, The Forevers seethes with atmosphere, personality and bottom-shelf depravity."

– Past Magazine