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Addams Family Bodies Issue

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IDW PUBLISHING BRINGS THE ADDAMS FAMILY TO COMICS

The Addams Family is coming to theaters again soon with a new animated film. IDW Publishing is getting in on the action with a special one-shot called The Addams Family: The Bodies Issue. Written by Zoe Quinn and illustrated by Philip Murphy, the comic follows Wednesday Addams on a spooky adventure.

Wednesday Addams discovers a mysterious tome – one that promises true empowerment to the young woman who wields it. Wednesday decides to complete the dark rituals hidden within this Eleventeen magazine… and achieve ultimate power!

“As a goth who fell in love with The Addams Family at a young age, it’s a dream come true to write for the iconic, loving family of oddballs,” says Quinn. “As a comics creator, I’ve really enjoyed being able to play with visual gags and write the most fun dialogue I’ve ever created, too.”

The Addams Family is definitely one of those iconic pop culture families that so many people grew up with and love. From Charles Addams’ original New Yorker cartoons to the TV series, movies, and animated series, everybody has their favorites,” says Murphy. “It’s definitely a dream project and I am sure that fans old and new will have a howling good time reading it!”

“As a little girl, I identified with the mischievous and misanthropic Wednesday Addams – and I know I'm not the only one! As the Addams are introduced to a new generation with a brand-new animated film, I'm so excited to bring Wednesday to the forefront of Addams Family storytelling with this new one-shot. Zoë and Philip will have you in stitches – maybe literally!” says editor Elizabeth Brei.

The Addams Family: The Bodies Issue will feature a cover by Murphy and another by Kate Sherron. Look for it at your local comic shop in October 2019, coinciding with the release of the film.

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