The Replacer OGN
The 1990’s. Tragedy strikes the Beharrell family in the form of a debilitating stroke. Now the youngest child in the family is convinced his paralyzed father didn’t truly fall ill but is possessed by something sinister. He believes a demon, THE REPLACER, has come to take away his jolly, agreeable, tech-obsessed Dad. But no one else seems to see the monster — and with every passing day, his father falls deeper into the clutches of evil.
Based on Zac Thompson’s true story of coming to terms with a disabled parent, THE REPLACER is a complete 64-page graphic meditation on loss, tragedy and fear told through the eyes of a nine-year-old — a horror tale about learning to walk again, even if a demon has to teach you how to do it. A bizarre mashup of IT, The Exorcist and The Diving Bell and The Butterﬂy, with stunning visuals by Arjuna Susini (Made Men), THE REPLACER is not for the faint of heart.
A 64 page Prestige Format Graphic Novella inspired by writer Zac Thompson’s (The Dregs, Come Into Me) true story of family loss, damnation, and atonement.