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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Paul Tobin
(A/CA) Andrea Mutti
A new horror series from the creator of the Eisner-nominated Colder! Sealed in a cave before the dawn of man, released by a crazed madman, Bunny Mask walks our world once more. But for what dark purpose does she use her unnatural powers? And what's her connection to Bee Foster, a young girl murdered by her father fourteen years ago? In order to save his life - and his sanity - one man will have to discover the truth of what waits behind the mask. Writer Paul Tobin (Colder) and artist Andrea Mutti (MANIAC OF NEW YORK, Hellblazer) unleash an eons old legend upon an unsuspecting world - one that'll make your most horrific nightmare feel like a walk in the park!
Date Available: 06/09/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


A murderous father with voices in his head searches for their source. He finds something that has nothing to do with his particular issue. There's a trail of bodies, absolutely no explanation for what you've just read, and an immediate need to read issue #2.

There is also a bunny mask that does not feel derivative of Donnie Darko.

Warm, disquieting art from Andrea Mutti (Maniac of New York) seals the deal as a must buy.


I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Paul Tobin
(A/CA) Andrea Mutti
A new horror series from the creator of the Eisner-nominated Colder! Sealed in a cave before the dawn of man, released by a crazed madman, Bunny Mask walks our world once more. But for what dark purpose does she use her unnatural powers? And what's her connection to Bee Foster, a young girl murdered by her father fourteen years ago? In order to save his life - and his sanity - one man will have to discover the truth of what waits behind the mask. Writer Paul Tobin (Colder) and artist Andrea Mutti (MANIAC OF NEW YORK, Hellblazer) unleash an eons old legend upon an unsuspecting world - one that'll make your most horrific nightmare feel like a walk in the park!
Date Available: 06/09/2021
BONUS REVIEW by Kevin Healy


A murderous father with voices in his head searches for their source. He finds something that has nothing to do with his particular issue. There's a trail of bodies, absolutely no explanation for what you've just read, and an immediate need to read issue #2.

There is also a bunny mask that does not feel derivative of Donnie Darko.

Warm, disquieting art from Andrea Mutti (Maniac of New York) seals the deal as a must buy.


I give it 9 out of 10 Grahams


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