Sunflower #1-6 (2015-2016)

Written by: Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

Ten years ago CJ’s husband and nine year-old daughter were murdered off a desert highway near the California/Arizona border. Since that day, CJ can feel only two things – paralyzing shame for not being with her family and quiet fury that the perpetrators were never found. CJ should have been there to defend her family. CJ should have been there to die with her family. And, in the decade since, she might as well have been dead. Until the day a letter arrives. There’s no return address, only one word in the letter. It simply reads: Sunflower. CJ’s daughter is alive. And now so is CJ. And she will stop at nothing to get her daughter back.

Sunflower 01 (of 06) (2015) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

CJ has discovered that her daughter Sunflower is alive after ten years of believing a man named Rush Bridge had killed her. She has followed what clues she has to an Officer Leshing, whom she believes can help her find her daughter… Will CJ finally be able to rescue her abducted child and enact revenge upon the man who has taken the last ten years from her or will the mysterious man named Rush kill Sunflower’s mother as he did her father?

Sunflower 02 (of 06) (2015) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

CJ continues her desperate search for her daughter, now more certain than ever that she is still alive. As she travels deeper and deeper into the desert, and closer to the mysterious evil known as Rush Bridge, the forces of terror gather all around her. To be granted an audience with the meth-cult-leader Rush Bridge, one must be marked. But to know what it means to be marked one must possess the courage to make it all the way through the nightmare known as Sunflower #3. Good luck keeping your eyes open.

Sunflower 03 (of 06) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

Hell hath no fury like a mother scorned. CJ’s relentless pursuit of her kidnapped daughter Sunflower continues, knowing full well that all roads lead to the nightmare they call Rush Bridge. We know CJ is willing to sacrifice her body to the cause, but is she willing to sacrifice her mind as well? The answer to that question will lead to a truly shocking encounter in the fourth issue of Mark Mallouk’s spellbinding thriller, SUNFLOWER.

Sunflower 04 (of 06) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Andi Ewington, Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

After the shocking violence at the conclusion of our fourth issue, Battered and beaten, CJ wanders alone in the no man’s land of the desert hell she’s trapped, battered and beaten, searching for the commune – and the daughter – she knows is there. Falling in and out of consciousness. CJ begins to realize Rush Bridge is not the only evil she must confront. Here, in the secret-riddled forrest, CJ confronts the darkness that lives inside each of us, viciously grasping for any souls willing to let it in. Is there anywhere left for CJ to to run when you’re running from yourself?

Sunflower 05 (of 06) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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Written by: Andi Ewington , Mark Mallouk Art by: Lee Carter

Welcome to Rush’s world. CJ’s relentless dedication to saving Sunflower has granted her acceptance into the cult that killed her husband and stole her daughter all those years ago. She was beaten and bruised, but she could not be broken. Rush continues to sadistically test his new recruits’ loyalty by sending them to a retired Colonel’s home to ransack it for supplies. But… Rush said the house would be empty…

Sunflower 06 (of 06) (2016) (digital) (d’argh-Empire)
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