Brother Nash is a three-part supernatural comic book series from writer and artist Bridgit Connell.
The creator-owned series is described as American Gods meets Teen Wolf meets Hellboy. Nash is a trucker who can see ghosts, can sense evil, talk to spirits and who happens to be a werewolf.
After picking up a strange hichhiker heading to Tuscon, Nash and friends find themselves in a dangerous adventure. When the moon is rising and there’s violence around Nash struggles to keep his werewolf-self in control. There’s plenty of that in store.
Connell told press;
Brother Nash is about a mysterious trucker out West who gets lost in a supernatural adventure with his two friends, a bumbling sweetheart and fellow trucker named Ray, and a strong-willed ranch owner named Billie. On the road they encounter tricksters, motorcycle gangs, zombies, creepy ghost kids, high-speed chases, giant monsters, redneck shaman, witches… and find out that the lore behind astronomy is alive and roaming the earth.”
The first issue weighs in at 72-pages, about three times the usual size, and has an A cover by Sanford Greene (Power Man & Iron Fist). The B cover is drawn by Bridgit herself and coloured by Luis Gurrero. This release has been remastered from the original, self-published, editions.