The newest graphic novel from Fox Atomic hit stores today. Lucky for you because we at FSR have 5 copies to give away. The Hills Have Eyes: The Beginning comes from the sick minds of Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray and was illustrated by John Higgins. The Hills is an awesome compliment to the films that have graced the big screens. Not only is the book packed with great art and a fantastic story, it also operated independently from the films as its own story.

The Hills takes us to a place long before Wes Craven’s feature film. The book gives us an inside look at the families that populated the New Mexico desert, and shows us how they became mutated cannibals. The book shows how the government betrayed these people, and how nuclear testing created a silent threat towards their existence. Seeking revenge and to keep their home, the desert people strike back on the US army and the residents who turned their backs so many years ago.

We at FSR have teamed up with Fox Atomic to give five lucky readers a chance at grabbing a free copy of this awesome graphic novel.

To enter, send an email to with the code “Hills Have Eyes” in the Subject Line.

Please also include the following information:

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Entries will be accepted until Friday July 13, 2007.

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