TALES FROM HARROW COUNTY : DEATH'S CHOIR #1 (Cullen Bunn, Tyler Crook / Naomi Franquiz)

Plus d’un an après la fin de la série régulière, Cullen Bunn et Tyler Crook retrouvent les chemins d’Harrow County pour un titre dérivé (sous la forme d’une suite de mini-séries) intitulé Tales from Harrow County.

Illustrée par Naomi Franquiz (Misfit City), Death’s Choir, la première de ces histoires, se déroule pendant la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, avec Bernice comme protagoniste.

Sortie prévue en décembre.



MILWAUKIE, Ore. (September 10, 2019) – The Eisner Nominated series is back in Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir. Return to the acclaimed horror series with this new story written by Cullen Bunn (Manor Black, The Sixth Gun) and Tyler Crook (Manor Black, The Stone King), and illustrated by series newcomer Naomi Franquiz (Misfit City, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl)!

Ten years have passed since Emmy exited Harrow County, leaving her close friend Bernice as steward of the supernatural home.

But World War II is in full swing, taking Harrow’s young men and leaving the community more vulnerable than ever—and when a ghostly choir heralds the resurrection of the dead, Bernice must find a solution before the town is overrun in Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir.

Tales from Harrow County: Death’s Choir #1 (of four) goes on sale December 18, 2019, and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop.

Source : www.bleedingcool.com

Yeah, we’ve been talking about doing some sort of spinoff series for at least a couple of years—well before the original series wrapped up. It was just a matter of figuring out what that would look like. There was discussion of a book focusing on various ghost stories without featuring any of the characters from the first series, sort of an expansion on the one-page tales we used to publish. There was discussion of introducing new ongoing characters that we’ve never seen before. And we may still do those kinds of books in the future. But I thought it was important to do something with strong connective tissue to “Harrow County” in this first outing. I wanted this to be both a sequel and something that first time readers could sink their teeth into. That inspired me to come up with the idea of revisiting Bernice and see how she’s been fairing in Harrow.

La couverture variante du #1 par Tyler Crook :