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How do you kill an idea?

Across the dusty plains of America’s southwest, a deadly storm is brewing. A string of murders portend the sinister designs of an infamous terrorist to bring about the end times. Two FBI agents have heeded the signs, and only their rogue actions—aided by a potentially untrustworthy expatriate with deep ties to the terrorist—can push this darkness back.

Indoctrination explores America’s terrifying underbelly—of death cults and sleeper cells, serial killers and apocalyptic nightmares. Mixing elements of True Detective with Seven, this new series from Michael Moreci (Roche Limit, Burning Fields) and newcomer Matt Battaglia captures the definition of fear in the 21st century.


"Indoctrination is a brilliant, cerebral, and deeply philosophical comic that dedicates itself to exploring the depths of the human psyche, brought to us by two creators firing on all cylinders. Simply put, one of the best first issues I've read in a long while. I can't wait to read more"  --Curt Pires, writer, Pop, The Tomorrows

"INDOCTRINATION is the work of a storyteller using a keyboard made of glass shards in the pursuit of truth. For as long as I've read Michael Moreci, he's never pretended to seek out anything else within his stories-- and it's clear he's not stopping anytime soon. Matt Battaglia proves he can do it all, from the book's exquisite design to the viscously beautiful art, making INDOCTRINATION one stark and powerful collaboration." --Tim Daniel, writer, Enormous, Burning Fields

“Bloodshed and making things go bump in the night is easy— Portraying the real terror we feel is not. It’s not the monster, it’s what the monster changes inside of us. True horror always comes from within, and Indoctrination has found a way to make that happen both figuratively and literally. That’s some transcendent spooky shit.” --Seth Sherwood, writer, Leatherface