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Horror Stares Back in Something is Killing the Children #27

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at the newest issue Something is Killing the Children #27 from GLAAD Award-winning author James Tynion IV, acclaimed artist Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Miquel Muerto, and letterer AndWorld Design, available on December 21, 2022. 

Leaving death and tragedy in her wake and burdened by grief, Erica hunts for the terrifying Duplicitype. With nothing left to lose and seemingly no one in her corner, Erica is faced with a choice to reach out to an unexpected source of help, or find herself dealing with both a monster and her human enemies alone…

Something is Killing the Children #27 features main and variant cover art by series artist Werther Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto and variant cover art by acclaimed illustrators Dan Mora and Ariel Olivetti.

Something is Killing the Children #27

Jenny Frison Joins House of Slaughter with Brand New Cover Art

BOOM! Studios has revealed a stunning variant cover by fan favorite artist Jenny Frison for the launch of a brand new story within the bestselling horror series, House of Slaughter. Set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning phenomenal hit series Something is Killing the Children, from the minds of award-winning writer James Tynion IV and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by highly acclaimed artist Antonio Fuso, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by AndWorld DesignHouse of Slaughter #11 sees the return of the fan favorite ex-hunter Jace Boucher as he embarks on a brand new mission to keep not only himself but his young charges alive in the face of a looming danger. Available on January 18, 2023.

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care. But one of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows… Can Jace lay down his overwhelming rage and guilt long enough to save them all from the terrifying threats that surround them?

House of Slaughter #11 features main cover art by famed illustrators Mateus Manhanini and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera with Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Danny Luckert, and more. 

Francis Manapul Covers Book of Slaughter #1

BOOM! Studios has revealed Francis Manapul’s variant cover of Book of Slaughter #1, the very first oversized one-shot special in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, from creators James Tynion IV and Werther Dell’Edera, with colorist Miquel Muerto and letterer AndWorld Design, featuring a fan-favorite Slaughter whose secrets are yet to be revealed, available on December 28, 2022

From the sidelines to the spotlight, the White Mask Maxine Slaughter features in this new special issue that ties together threads from both Slaughterverse series… but will her loyalties remain where they have always been, or will she show her true colors? 

In addition to being a precursor to upcoming chapters of both Something is Killing the Children and House of Slaughter, this special issue features a sizable guidebook that delves into the deep lore of the Order of St. George!

Book of Slaughter #1 features main cover art by fan favorite illustrator Dan Mora, as well as variant cover art by series artist Dell’Edera, acclaimed artist Stephanie Hans, and more.

New Horrors at Home in House of Slaughter #10

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at House of Slaughter #10, the next issue in the new ongoing original series set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, written by Something is Killing the Children co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Sam Johns, with art by rising star artist Letizia Cadonici and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer AndWorld Design, the continuation of the story about a Scarlet Mask who steps up to a terrifying task, available on October 26, 2022. 

After journeying through a watery hell, Edwin finally returns home to the House of Slaughter, but his problems might be just beginning. New horrors loom in the next chapter of the epic adventure from the world of Something is Killing the Children!

House of Slaughter #10 features main and variant cover art by Rafael Albuquerque and series artist Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto, and variant cover art by André Lima Araújo, and Max Fiumara.

Fans can also collect a special Bodybag variant cover by renowned artist James Harren that will be polybagged and not publicly previewed. Each Bodybag variant cover will be limited to its initial print run and will not be reprinted or collected in any subsequent formats. 

House of Slaughter #10

Tate Brombal Returns to House of Slaughter with New Artist Antonio Fuso

BOOM! Studios has announced the launch of a brand new story within the bestselling horror anthology series, House of Slaughter #11, set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning  phenomenal hit series Something is Killying the Children, from the minds of award-winning writer James Tynion IV and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, written by Tate Brombal, illustrated by highly acclaimed artist Antonio Fuso, colored by Miquel Muerto, and lettered by AndWorld Design, which sees the return of the fan favorite ex-hunter Jace Boucher as he embarks on a brand new mission to keep not only himself but his young charges alive in the face of a looming danger. Available in January 2023.

No longer the monster hunter he once was and unaware of Aaron’s fate, Jace’s new mission is to protect the orphans under his care. But one of these children may be in even worse danger than Jace knows, as a strange pair of eyes watches him from the woodland shadows… Can Jace lay down his overwhelming rage and guilt long enough to save them all from the terrifying threats that surround them?

House of Slaughter #11 features main cover art by famed illustrators Mateus Manhanini and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera with Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Danny Luckert

Erica Faces Her Doom in Something is Killing the Children #26

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at Something is Killing the Children #26 from GLAAD Award-winning author James Tynion IV, acclaimed artist Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Miquel Muerto, and letterer AndWorld Design, available on November 16, 2022. 

With the last person in her corner gone and the Order of St. George closing in, Erica finds herself totally alone and without a prayer. Can she take on the terrifying Doppelganger Duplicitype by herself, or is this the end of her story?

Something is Killing the Children #26 features main and variant cover art by series artist Werther Dell’Edera and variant cover art by acclaimed illustrators Jenny Frison, Alex Maleev, Jakub Rebelka, Jonboy Meyers, and Junggeun Yoon.

Something is Killing the Children #26

Legendary Fears and Monstrous Encounters in House of Slaughter #9

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at House of Slaughter #9, the next issue in the new ongoing original series set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, written by Something is Killing the Children co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Sam Johns, with art by rising star artist Letizia Cadonici and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer AndWorld Design, the continuation of the story about a Scarlet Mask who steps up to a terrifying task, available 0n September 28, 2022. 

Edwin finally comes face-to-jaws with the legendary monster he’s been hunting – against all odds, will he be able to survive the encounter? Meanwhile, we return to the past, where a young child faces a very different kind of watery terror…

House of Slaughter #9 features main cover art by Rafael Albuquerque and series artist Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by rising star illustrators Lesle Kieu and Naomi Franquiz

House of Slaughter #9

The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives arrives in December 2022

DC‘s Dead Boy Detectives are back expanding the Sandman Universe. Writer Pornsak Pichetshote is joined by artist Jeff Stokely to take the Dead Boys to the scariest place of all: the heart of Hollywood!

Charles Rowland and Edwin Paine have been detectives for decades—and dead best friends even longer. But their investigation into a Thai American girl’s disappearance from her Los Angeles home puts them on a collision course with new and terrifying ghosts straight from Thai folklore that could give even a dead boy nightmares!

The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives kicks off on December 27th with a bloodthirsty krasue—a floating, severed head whose internal organs trail beneath it—and amps up the mysteries and horrors from there!

In Pichetshote and Stokely’s new six-issue comic book miniseries, Edwin and Charles are hired to find a missing Thai-American girl named Jai, only for her to turn up dead. Except not. Because Jai, along with her two friends Tanya and Melvin, are all ghosts like Edwin and Charles. Except not. Each child is Thai, with power unlike anything Edwin and Charles have ever seen before, and they all died in LA at different times over the past fifty years! And perilously close by to the boys’ adventure, Thessaly the witch finds herself held hostage by dangerous magics—both a threat to her life and an insult to her ego that simply will not go unanswered… 

The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives #1, written by Pornsak Pichetshote with art by Jeff Stokely, colors by Miquel Muerto, letters by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou and a cover by Nimit Malavia, arrives wherever comic books are sold on December 27, 2022, and carries DC’s Black Label descriptor, identifying the content as appropriate for readers ages 17+. The Sandman Universe: Dead Boy Detectives #1 will also feature variant covers by Alex Eckman-Lawn, Tyler Crook, Filipe Andrade (1:25) and Yoshitaka Amano (1:50).

The Book of Slaughter Opens a New Chapter in the Slaughterverse

BOOM! Studios has announced Book of Slaughter, the very first one-shot special in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, from creators James Tynion IV and Werther Dell’Edera, with colorist Miquel Muerto, and letterer AndWorld Design, featuring a fan-favorite Slaughter whose secrets are yet to be revealed, available in December 2022. 

From the sidelines to the spotlight, the White Mask Maxine Slaughter features in this new special issue that ties together threads from both Slaughterverse series… but will her loyalties remain where they have always been, or will she show her true colors? 

In addition to being a precursor to upcoming chapters of both Something is Killing the Children and House of Slaughter, this special issue features a sizable guidebook that delves into the deep lore of the Order of St. George!

Book of Slaughter #1 features main cover art by series artist Dell’Edera and fan favorite illustrator Dan Mora, as well as variant cover art by acclaimed artist Stephanie Hans, and more.

Solitude and Survival in House of Slaughter #8

BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at House of Slaughter #8, the next issue in the new ongoing original series set in the world of the Eisner Award-winning Something is Killing the Children, written by Something is Killing the Children co-creator James Tynion IV and co-writer Sam Johns, with art by rising star artist Letizia Cadonici and co-creator Werther Dell’Edera, colorist Francesco Segala, and letterer AndWorld Design, the continuation of the story about a Scarlet Mask who steps up to a terrifying task, available on August 31, 2022. 

The SCARLET arc of House of Slaughter continues as Edwin’s search for a legendary monster goes horribly amiss. Adrift on Lake Michigan, can Edwin survive with only the torn pages of his journal as makeshift S.O.S. notes? And what memories of his past cases will surface as he clings to life? 

House of Slaughter #8 features main and variant cover art by Rafael Albuquerque and series artist Dell’Edera with colors by Miquel Muerto, as well as variant cover art by illustrator Well-Bee

Fans can also collect a special Bodybag variant cover by renowned artist Chris Burnham with colors by Miquel Muerto that will be polybagged and not publicly previewed. Each Bodybag variant cover will be limited to its initial print run and will not be reprinted or collected in any subsequent formats.

HOUSE OF SLAUGHTER #8
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