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The House, one of my top 10 horror comics of 2017, is getting a new release from Dark Horse Comics. Originally published on ComiXology and then collected through Kickstarter, the series, written by Phillip Sevy, illustrated by Drew Zucker, colored by Jen Hickman, and lettered by Frank Cvetkovic, follows a group of soldiers during World War II as they stumble upon a frightening house filled with horrors and insanity.

During the Battle of the Bulge, a squadron of US soldiers is caught in a blizzard while patrolling through the woods. Seeking refuge from the impending white out, they stumble across an abandoned manor, seeking shelter and safety. Once inside, however, the doors disappear, rooms begin to morph, exits become entrances, and they quickly realize there is no safety to be found! As their eyes deceive them, their minds descend into madness, panic, and paranoia. Is this real? Or is there more to this labyrinth than what resides within the walls? Secrets are revealed, history is retold, and death is the only mercy.

“When Drew and I began working on The House, well over a decade ago, Dark Horse was one of our top Dream Publishers,” said Phillip Sevy. “We hoped to be able to work with Dark Horse to bring our story to the world. It was a long process with countless hours of hard work, spread out over years, but to have the book coming out through one of the premiere publishers of horror in comics is an honor and testament to the work we put in. We couldn’t be more excited.”

“For years The House has been a passion project for Phillip and I and we’ve been fortunate to have loyal fans and retailers during that time,” said Drew Zucker. “To have a partner like Dark Horse bring it to an even larger audience has been thrilling for us and we can’t wait to share it with everyone.”

The House is set for release on October 13th, 2021.

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James Ferguson
Lord of the Funny Books
James has a 2nd grade reading level and, as a result, only reads books with pictures. Horror is his 5th favorite genre right after romantic comedy and just before silent films. No one knows why he's here, but he won't leave.
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